Winton Woods High School Guidance Counselor John Beischel has a lot of great things to say about why senior Taylor Fields was selected for the November Kiwanis Student of the Month. “Taylor stands out amidst his peers based upon his personal integrity, character, and work ethic. He has shown over the course of four years that he is self-disciplined and focused. He comes to school prepared every day, and his teachers speak highly of his classroom engagement.”
“Fields organizational and time management skills are shown through how he is able to balance participating in a variety of activities both in school and in the community, while having a job,” said Beischel. “Winton Woods is a project-based learning district and as such we expect every student to be involved in group projects and take leadership. Taylor embraces this involvement and regularly displays leadership in class and outside of class through initiatives such as Project Inspire, Rites of Passage, and Super Saturday Teen Leadership Program. All of these are activities that Taylor has pursued on his own and not part of any requirements for service. Based upon these reasons and my interaction with him, I recommend him enthusiastically.”
PHOTO CAPTION: Shown l-r at November’s board meeting is board president Viola Johnson, Ken Fields, Winton Woods Kiwanis Student of the Month Taylor Fields, Stephanie Fields, and Greenhills-Forest Park Kiwanis club president Jim Hadley. Photo by Drew Jackson.