William Wells Brown
The mission of William Wells Brown Elementary School is to educate all students to proficiency in all content areas by providing systematic, explicit and rigorous instruction as measured by national, state and district assessments.
The vision of William Wells Brown Elementary School is to foster a positive environment where students, families, school staff and community members work together to inspire our students to be lifelong learners!
MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!
Recycling Challenge Interviews
Ms. Sword took students Janiah Seacry and GaBree King with her to WKYT and WLEX to discuss the recycling challenge that is taking place in our neighborhood! They all did a fantastic job and represented how this program is doing great things for our community!
Science Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to our wonderful science teacher, Ms. Sword, on being named the Elementary Science Teacher of the Year! Click the link below to read the article to find out all of the details! Congratulations Ms. Sword, we are so proud of you!
November Jones Journal
Click here to check out the November 2016 version of the Jones Journal! It has updates about what is going on around William Wells Brown, as well as important reminders!
October Jones Journal
Click here to check out the October 2016 version of the Jones Journal! It has updates about what is going on around William Wells Brown, as well as important reminders!
2016 - 2017 School Supply List
Special Areas May Newsletter
Lexington Legends Slap Bracelet
Check out this #stachetastic slap bracelet that some of our 5th graders made for the Lexington Legends #StacheTank program! Many products were entered and this was chosen as the winner! The bracelets were distributed at the Lexington Legends game on Friday, May 13th and the winners were recognized and threw out a first pitch! Thank you to the Lexington LEgends for this amazing opportunity for our students!
Party for the Planet on Earth Day
On Friday, April 22nd, our science teacher, Ms. Sword, partnered with The Arboretum to put together a "Party for the Planet". During this party, all students rotated through several different stations to learn more about nature. Learning about pollinators, earth worms, the benefits of plants, and many other lessons of nature, the event was a huge success! Thank you to Ms. Sword, the Arboretum, and the many professionals and volunteers who came to make the event a wonderful expereince for all! Click the link below to read the full story on the event!