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Coleman School District

347 Business 141 N
Coleman, WI  54112
Office (920) 897-4011
Fax # (920) 897-4921

 

Office Hours

7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

 

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Coleman Elementary Recipient of Grant from the M&M Foundation!

Coleman Elementary School is excited to announce they are the recipient of a grant from the M&M Foundation!  The M&M Foundation grant money will be used to fund two Family Literacy Nights during the 2016-2017 school year.  Staff from the elementary school will attend a presentation ceremony on June 8 when the final grant total will be revealed.

The elementary school would like to give the M&M Foundation a giant thank you for participating with us through this grant. Watch for more details.

Our Mission

The School District of Coleman is committed to providing a high quality education that promotes well-rounded and life-long learners.

 

We will provide learning experiences necessary for students to achieve greatness and become productive world citizens.

Foodservice Snack Program

Save yourself time by letting the Coleman School District Food Service Department provide snacks.

Please select Food Service under the Departments link above and then click on Coleman Food Service Snack Packages to see all of the available items.

Ag Venture Day

On May 23, 2016,  the Coleman FFA  and Marinette County Farm Bureau held the 2nd Annual Ag Venture day. Twenty-six high school leaders taught over 280 Coleman Elementary students about different aspects of agriculture. In the greenhouse students learned about pest control, fertilization, and how to grow green beans.  Students then learned about tractor safety with a John Deere 8320 tractor with drag, and a Case 820 self propelled disc bined. Students were given one-on one experience with farm animals from local farms at the petting zoo.  The elementary students also learned about maple syrup tapping which was taught  by some students who had done sap with a local business (Patz Maple & Honey Farms, Inc.) earlier this year.  A few of the students talked about equine and taught the children the differences between Western, Saddleseat, and English Equestrian forms.  It was a fabulous and highly educating day promoting agriculture in Marinette County.

To view pictures of this event please select this link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/63288552@N07/sets/72157666329689283/

Keller Williams Realty RED Day at Coleman S.D. Environmental Center

Keller Williams Realty RED Day at Coleman S.D. Environmental Center

Across the nation, Keller Williams Realty associates chose to “Give Where They Live” as part of RED Day, Keller Williams' annual day of service on Thursday, May 12, dedicated to Renewing, Energizing and Donating to local communities.

As part of the RED Day effort, Darin DeWitt, a Keller Williams realtor residing in Coleman, spent the day at Coleman Schools with Ms. Cindi Wautier, Agri-Science instructor, rejuvenating the Environmental Center.  Led by the student FFA officers, each of Ms. Wautier’s classes that day participated in landscaping activities by replacing dead trees and shrubs, mulching and laying decorative brick.  The materials were donated by Darin DeWitt together with refreshments for the hard-working student crews.

Pictured with the 7th hour landscaping class in RED shirts are Ms. Wautier, Darin DeWitt, Michele DeWitt, and FFA leaders:  Jesse Meyer, Chloe Mongin, Jason Meyer, Sam Geise , Mitch Bushmaker, Abby Marquardt, Kelly Polomis, Caleb Gross, and Amy Hoffman.

RED Day is built on the belief that people can and should come together to achieve extraordinary things to help others.   Since the first RED Day in 2009, Keller Williams associates have given hundreds of thousands of hours of community service through activities ranging from food and blood drives to rebuilding homes and schools for community members in need. For more information about RED Day, visit www.kw.com/kw/redday.  And for photos of the Coleman schools’ RED day event, visit Coleman FFA on Facebook. 

Skyward Mobile Access

Did you know that Skyward has a free app for both Apple iOS  and Google android mobile devices to  make it even easier for parents and students to stay up-to-date?

This app provides access to a variety of information including:

  • Attendance (Absences and Tardies)
  • Class Schedule
  • Teacher‘s Gradebook
  • Missing Assignments

To take advantage of this great resource, first make sure you have your Family Access Login Name and Password. Then, use the links below to download the free app onto your mobile device.

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After downloading the app, you will need to complete a few initial steps that will connect your mobile device to the District’s Skyward database.  Click here to get a handout to walk you through those steps.

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2016 Summer School

Please select this link to see the offerings for the 2016 Summer School Session offered at Coleman. Transportation services are no longer available, however some courses still have openings.  Spaces are limited for some courses so don't delay!  There are changes to our summer school program so please read this booklet carefully.  If you have any questions please call the office at (920) 897-2525.  

Trills and Thrills Choir Competition

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Middle School and High School Choirs traveled to Johnsburg IL,  to the Johnsburg High School Friday, May 13th, for an adjudication by three judges. Each choir performed for the judges and received ratings "trills".  The Middle School Choir received a rating of "Excellent" and the High School Choir received a "Superior" rating. The students then traveled to Six Flags Great America for an afternoon of 'thrills!"

1975, 1976, 1977, & 1978 Class Reunion

Attention CHS graduates from 1975, 76, 77, & 78!  A class reunion will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016.  To find out more about this reunion and to RSVP please select this link.  



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