Phone: 316-973-6603

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Mrs. Monica Chandler Potts

Special Education Administrative Liaison

 

Mrs. Potts is a SPED Admin Liaison. She helps support our Special Education students and teachers. She has been in education for 16 years.

Phone: 316-973-6600

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Mrs. Jennifer Erickson

Psychologist

 

Mrs. Erickson assesses students to help the evaluating team determine eligibility for special education services. Mrs. Erickson also provides social/emotional counseling, leads the Child Study Team, and facilitates the Individual Problem Solving Process. She believes every student can and should receive the support they need to be successful. Mrs. Erickson enjoys spending time with her husband and children, her two dogs and two cats, as well as gardening, yoga, biking, and music.

Phone: 316-973-6603

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Mrs. Erin Fenn

Speech Pathologist

 

Mrs. Fenn provides speech and language support for Coleman students. If you have concerns that your student is struggling with speaking, please contact Mrs. Fenn. She will be providing therapy to Coleman students on Wednesdays this school year. Mrs. Fenn enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She loves to be outside as much as possible!

Phone: 316-973-6666

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Mr. Channon Hankins

Social Worker

 

Mr. Hankins connects students and families with community resources. He assists students with uniforms, school supplies, weekend food bags, special education needs, and one-on-one connections to help each student succeed. Mr. Hankins enjoys grilling in his backyard, watching basketball and football, collecting limited edition sneakers, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.

 

“The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary.” -Vince Lombardi

Phone: 316-973-6746

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Mrs. CleoAnne Hundley

Counselor / Last Names: A-L

 

Mrs. Hundley’s work with students focuses on helping students develop in the areas of academics, social emotional skills, and career development. She enjoys knitting and crocheting. Mrs. Hundley also enjoys spending time with her family and reaching anything from adventure to memoirs to thrillers.

 

“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” -Carl Jung

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Mrs. Katy Martin

Nurse

 

Nurse Martin’s role changes moment by moment depending on what is needed at that specific time. She certainly assesses students who are ill or injured as they come in, but the responsibilities reach far beyond that. Nurse Martin reviews health information parents/guardians provide to the school, then provides education to teachers and staff so that students’ healthcare needs are always being supported. Vision and hearing screenings and referrals are done yearly. She collaborates with community partners to organize and complete dental screenings. Immunization management is monitored. Nurse Martin completes assessments for all special education students and attends those meetings. Along with other staff members, she provides insight and recommendations on the Section 504 Team. She constantly reviews our policies and procedures to ensure that best practices are being followed. Her biggest goal as a school nurse is to make sure everyone feels safe and supported. She became a nurse to become knowledgeable and help advocate for those who aren’t even sure what help they need. Nurse Martin love being a resource for our students, their families, and her coworkers. She loves music and has played piano, guitar, and other instruments over the years. She also enjoys cooking and baking. Her long-term goal is to run a mobile bakery. She and her husband recently purchased a vintage VW bus and are working to get it running and ready for business! Nurse Martin is a member of the Kansas School Nurse Organization (KSNO), National Association of School Nurses (NASN), and a Nationally Certified School Nurse.

 

“Students must be healthy to be educated and educated to be healthy.”

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Mr. Solomon Moore

Counselor / Last Names: M-Z

 

Mr. Moore supports students’ academic, personal-social, and postsecondary success. He helps students navigate middle school by providing strategies for organization and academic-related issues, selecting appropriate classes, conflict resolution with peers, stress management, and being a listening ear when students are struggling. Additionally, Mr. Moore facilitates small groups on some common issues that adolescents struggle with. He also helps students prepare for high school and careers by providing information on various career paths, interests/values inventories, and setting up their IPS. He believes all students deserve the best educational experience we can provide. His #1 goal is for students and families to feel supported and that they have someone in their corner. Mr. Moore enjoys hiking, reading (his favorite genre is thriller/mystery), going to the movies, running/CrossFit, and traveling. His favorite places he’s visited so far are Seattle, Washington; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Destin, Florida; and Mexico! He is very interested in equity in education and counseling as well as anything related to biology/environmental science (zoos, aquariums, conservation efforts, etc.). Mr. Moore is also an avid Jayhawk basketball fan! Rock Chalk!

 

You can use this link to book a time to meet with Mr. Moore: Calendly

 

“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.” -Albus Dumbledore

Phone: 316-973-6658

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Ms. Laura Parks

Success Coach | Behavior Specialist

 

Ms. Parks does many different things to help our students be successful, including teaching mindfulness, sponsoring clubs, assisting the Garden Club, responding to crises, conducting counseling groups, mediating peer conflicts with restorative practices, and individual counseling. Her goal is to help all Coleman students learn how to manage their emotions and make positive behavior choices, so they can be as happy, healthy, and productive as possible. Ms. Parks enjoys being outdoors, including camping, hiking, birdwatching, gardening, and sitting of her porch swing enjoying the fresh air. Her animals at the school (chickens, ducks, lizards, and a hamster) and at home (cats and dogs) are also a big part of her life.

 

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou

Phone: 316-973-6632

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Mrs. Stephanie Renfro

Data Leader | Site Technology Specialist

 

Mrs. Renfro is our Data Leader & Site Technology Specialist. She helps teachers learn how to access student data, interpret student data, organize and monitor student testing, train teachers about technology, support students and teachers with technology issues, and repair or send devices out for repair as needed.