The Roadrunner Ambassadors program began during the 2007-08 school year as part of Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS). The mission of the ambassadors is to promote the school-wide expectations of our school: Make Good Decisions, Fulfill Responsibilities, Make a Difference, and Show Respect. Candidates may apply for themselves or can be nominated by teachers as exemplary models of the school's values. They must pass a screening process involving a review of their grades and discipline, complete an application, and then an interview. Fourteen students successfully completed the rigorous process and were selected the first year. During the school year, ambassadors plan a variety of activities to promote the MFMS expectations on campus. The Roadrunner Ambassadors program was expanded during the 2008-09 school year to 24 students, with six students returning from the prior year. That year, the ambassadors started several ambitious projects, including participating in the school's 40th birthday party and starting the Gotcha Store. The Gotcha Store has continued to be run by the Roadrunner Ambassadors every year since then. At the store, students exchange gotchas they have earned from staff, for a variety of prizes, such as front of the line passes, school supplies, new books, and college house items. In December, as part of the Make a Difference monthly focus, the ambassadors sponsor the Roadrunner Rummage Sale. This fundraiser helps to raise money to buy grocery gift cards for needy families in our community. During the school year, the ambassadors organize and host the quarterly Roadrunner Breakfasts. These are special events to which the staff invite students that have fulfilled their responsibilities. Roadrunner Ambassadors are part of the Student Leadership Team that includes ASB and PAL. They participate in a variety of events that promote building school spirit and community. Roadrunner Ambassadors proudly represent the best of our school!