Tiger Tracks Ambassadors:
The Faces of Tiger Pride
Eleven years ago, MCHS implemented a mentoring program designed to increase student performance scores, decrease drop-out rates, reduce discipline referrals, and establish stronger bonds among students and faculty. This program was named Tiger Tracks because our main goal was to keep freshmen “on track” to graduate. Over time, the Tiger Tracks Mentors have expanded to the roles of Ambassadors who serve as the faces of Morgan City High School Tiger Pride.
Ambassadors show support at various school functions, assist with Positive Behavior Initiatives, and overall, help students cultivate a love for our school and our community. This year, our goal is to have an even stronger presence in our community - We've partnered with the Morgan City Public Library and the Morgan City Youth Center in an effort to form stronger bonds within our community.
We look for a diverse group of students to become Ambassadors. Applicants need to be good listeners, outgoing, confident, respectful, empathetic, motivated, and school-spirited. They must have a respect for diversity and a willingness to support other students and faculty. The program is designed to help our Ambassadors, too: They learn leadership and communication skills. They are involved in every aspect of our school, and they meet new people. It’s a win-win!
In April, we'll be on the lookout for our new crew of Ambassadors for the 2022-2023 school year. We'll post announcements when applications are available.