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Forty-four students to serve as Bolingbrook HS student ambassadors

Published: Saturday, July 12, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT

BOLINGBROOK – Bolingbrook High School has announced its student ambassadors for the 2014-2015 school year.  

They are Sharmella Abad, Oriol Aboagye, Ayesha Ahmed, Julia Altemus, Anna Asif, Esmeralda Barajas, Kelly Boden, Claudia Brozan, Alexis Chambers, Savanna Cooke, Nicholas Cosme, Jaycie Didomenico, Natalie Dominguez, Emily Douty, Nisreen Elagha, Karina Escobido, Joshua Fox, Gabriella Gentile, Dania Harris, Lauren Harris, Caroline Harvey, Emma Hoyt, Oriol Jaramillo, Angle Johnson, Ashaunte’ Johnson, Asma Khan, Kayla Lottie, Jasmine Mehmood, Analis Jaime Montes, Chiamaka Nkemeh, James Odame, Devin Oliver, RD Paranal, Neha Patel, Angelina Perez, Dharia Perkins, Jocelyn Rojas, Olivia Simpson, Sargun Singh, Renuka Upadhye, Brianna Vaccaro, Janae Zambrano, Jesse Zamora and Patricia Zuno.

The students all went through a lengthy process including application, interview and character references before being selected. 

Ambassadors assist new and transfer students throughout the year. They also participate in a leadership retreat, registration and new student orientation. 

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