10 Questions with Renita Samuel


Renita Samuel, is a staff member at Kerr High School. She is the library para/assistant. “My favorite quote is ‘no complaints’. Change what you can in life and whatever you can’t change put in the lords hands,” Samuel said.

Written by Tracy Nguyen, Broadcast Journalism

Renita Samuel is a library paraprofessional.

Question-What is your favorite part about Kerr and why?

Answer-” The students. I love coming and seeing the students every day.”

QWhere do you see yourself in five years?

A-“Retired on vacation somewhere enjoying life.”

QWhat do you love most about yourself?

A- “I’m a people person and I have a friendly personality. I like meeting people and communicating.”

QIf you could change one thing about the world what would it be?

A- “I would make everybody nicer and pleasant to each other, and erase homelessness and hunger.”

QWhat is something defining about you/what makes you stand out?

A-“My unique personality, my attitude, and my style.”

QIf you had the chance to have a conversation with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?

A-“My grandmother because I just loved her so much and she was a woman of many strengths and wisdom.”

Q-What is your favorite song at the moment?

A- “My favorite song is “Good Morning Beautiful” by Mary J. Blige. It reminds me of when I wake up in the morning and look in the mirror. That’s what you tell yourself when you look in the mirror. It’s a great way to start your day.”

Q How do you spend your free time?

A- “I spend my free time with my family. I love listening to music, I love to dance, I love to read, and I love to travel. My main thing for my free time is quality time with my family.”

QWhat would you consider to be your favorite part of the day?

A-“The evening at home because I am relaxing and with family. We socialize and enjoy each others company. ”

Q If you have any bad habits, what would you like to change?

A-“You know everyone has bad habits. One thing I do want to work on is, when I upset, I cuss. I sometimes procrastinate on different things if they’re not important to me.”