Winton Woods High School Guidance Counselor Christina Jeranek says it is with pleasure to nominate Renaud Fred Noubieptie Kamgang for the Kiwanis Student of the Month Award. “Fred has always been excited to learn and grow as an individual,” said Jeranek. “He challenges himself on a daily basis, and I truly enjoy when he comes in to discuss the next goal he has set for himself.” Students who receive the Kiwanis Character is Key award are selected based on academics, character, and positive impact in and out of the classroom.
“Renaud came to Winton Woods only two years ago from his home country of Cameroon and has exceeded in learning English, yet also knows many other languages,” said Ms. Jeranek. “He has always shined as a student. Not only does he take AP (Advanced Placement) classes, he is also leaving campus to attend three courses at Cincinnati State College. He is doing very well in all his classes this year, and I know he will succeed in his future endeavors. Renaud is true to our character as a Warrior. He is trusting, respectful and very responsible.”
PHOTO CAPTION: Kiwanis Student of the Month Renaud Fred Noubieptie Kamgang listening as Superintendent Anthony G. Smith reads kind remarks from his teachers. Also shown l-r is board member Jeff Berte and Greenhills-Forest Park Kiwanis Club President Jim Hadley. Photo by Drew Jackson.