Colt Family Communicator

Welcome to the William Wells Brown Family Newsletter!

Spring 2021

Mission: We, The Promise Academy at William Wells Brown, are a caring, committed

community with high expectations, accountability, growth mindset and

positivity empowering confident learners and leaders of tomorrow in

an evolving global society.


Vision: We, as leaders of today, will achieve excellence and uplift the community

through “OUR PROMISE” to build resilient scholars and create leaders of

tomorrow.


“Be the Change…Change the World!"

Volume 1 Issue 7

Mrs. H's Corner!

Happy Spring!!


This has been a school year for the books! One thing I know for sure...we have the HARDEST working students and staff around! Our students and staff have persevered through a year of COVID, virtual learning and adjusting to the 'new norm' of school during a pandemic. This year has taught us to have grit and keep our 'promises' to be the best we can, even when the situations may not be the best.

Thank you to our families and our community for supporting our students and staff! We could not have done it without you!!


As we begin to close out the year, please remind your scholars that the school rules and expectations still apply. Students will need to be in dress code, except for Fridays and the last two days of school. We have been a little more lenient this year, however we want students to get in the habit as we will be full force in dress code next school year.


All end of the year ceremonies will be virtual this year, after district guidance. Teachers will be sending out more information to come on your child's specific ceremony.


As always, please let us know if you need anything!!

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May 3-May 7: Teacher Appreciation Week

May 4-6: KPREP Testing 3rd-5th Grades

May 12: Kindergarten Registration 5:30-7:00pm

May 13: Virtual Cooking Class with Wild Thyme!

May 17-May 18: End of the Year Classroom Ceremonies (VIRTUAL)

May 18: Last Day of School!

End of the Year Chromebook Collection!

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PreK-2nd Grade Leap Reader Return!

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ALL Leap readers, PreK-2nd grade need to be returned ASAP! Please return all Leap Readers by: FRIDAY, MAY 14.

Summer Ignite Fun!

It's not too late to respond to your mailed invitation to the STEM Camp!

Our learning doesn't stop!!

Join us this summer for an exciting time of hands-on, engaging, fun learning! Our Summer Ignite programming will run on different days from the district due to our extended calendar.


Students were sent invitations, by mail.


Please let your child's teacher know as soon as possible if you are able to attend!

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Greetings From the Clinic!

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Hello from the WWB School Based Clinic!

William Wells Brown SBC Summer Closure 2021

William Wells Brown School-Based Clinic will be closed in the summer from

May 19th through August 4th

Lexington Traditional Magnet School (859)381-3203 & Cardinal Valley Elementary (859)381-3346 will be open beginning May 24th-July 16th

(All School Clinics will re-open on August 4th, 2021. Call for appointments beginning July 26th)

For healthcare, dental needs or appointments during SBC closing please see your regular healthcare provider or you may use our main HealthFirst Bluegrass Medical Clinics:

  • 496 Southland Drive: (859) 288-2425
  • 1640 #1 Bryan Station Road Clinic: (859) 721-5666

*Call 911 if emergency or go to your nearest emergency department


Meet the staff:

Clinic Clerk: Kathy Brooks

Nurse Practitioner & APRN Lead: Lauren Bauer, APRN

Nurse Coordinator: Emily Moore, RN, BSN

Behavioral Health Therapist: Nahtahna Hering, LCSW

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Nahtahna Hering, LCSW

Greetings from your friendly clinic therapist, Nahtanha Hering, LCSW. I wanted to take the chance to reach out to all of you now that we have gotten a few weeks of virtual learning behind us. I know from working with some of my patients that many families and students are experiencing issues or stress from doing virtual learning, such as keeping kids focused and on task during the class sessions, getting the work completed, and dealing with emotional/behavioral issues in the home. If anyone has concerns about a specific child or family feel free to refer them to me. I would be happy to reach out to the family and discuss starting services. I am able to assist students with issues such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, and anger. I can also work with parents on developing good behavioral modification strategies to use in the home. Please reach out to the clinic if you have any questions or need to contact me. Thanks.

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Celebrating Our Own!

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KPREP Survivor Video!

WWB Spirit Week Survivor Introduction video

Leadership Spoltlight!

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