Paula Kuhns Honored as Winton Woods’ December Community Spirit Award Recipient

Erin Keller and mother Paula Kuhn

For the December board meeting, Winton Woods board member Paula Kuhn was honored as the Community Spirit Award recipient. Family, friends, and members of the community were all present to celebrate her and the contributions she has made to the district for several years.

 

Paula Kuhn became a member of the board in 2015. She was heavily involved and passionate about her work for our students. During the meeting, Superintendent Anthony G. Smith, board members, and several of her children shared their appreciation and gratitude for her time at Winton Woods. 

 

“I love my mom and look up to her,” said her daughter Erin Keller. “She has put a lot of time into supporting these schools, and I am glad she is getting the recognition.”

 

“She always pushes hard for good work,” said her son Alex Kuhn. “I love her so much, and it makes me happy to see other people recognize what she does outside of the home. I am so proud of her.”

 

“My mom is awesome,” said her daughter Jennifer Kuhn. “She is wonderful. She is not only involved with this district but was always so involved in our lives as well.”


 

 

PHOTO CAPTION: Paula Kuhn’s daughter Erin Keller (left) shares kind words about her mother Paula Kuhn (right) at the Winton Woods City Schools December board meeting. Photo by Drew Jackson. 












 





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