The holiday season is upon us and we would like to invite the public to our events here at school. On Thursday, December 10th, the choir programs will begin a music filled evening with performances starting at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gym. At 7:30 p.m. the bands will follow. The elementary holiday program (grades kindergarten-5th) will be on Tuesday, December 22nd. The program will start at 1:45 p.m. in the high school gym.
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.
Cougar Clothing Sale
Coleman Elementary is holding a school wide Cougar Clothing Sale.
All orders will be due December 2, 2015, with delivery the week of December 14th.
Stop by the Elementary Lobby to see samples of items available.
Click on this link to access the order form.
Profits from the sale will go toward the purchase of new playground equipment.
These beautiful poinsettias will be available for sale starting December 10th at 6:00 p.m. before the Holiday Music Concert. They have been cared for and grown by Ms. Wautier's Plant Science class. Proceeds from the sale will go to the Coleman FFA Chapter.
Coleman H.S. Band Receives Honor
The Coleman High School Band received the honor of "Game Band of the Week" from WLUK Fox 11 in Green Bay. Mr. James Heyroth and the band students are very honored to receive this recognition. Along with this honor comes a $200 certificate that Mr. Heyroth can use to purchase musical supplies. Congratulations CHS Band and Mr. Heyroth!
Technology Education Students Take Field Trip to Waupaca Foundry
Students from Mr. Tate's upper level metals technology classes attended a field trip to Waupaca Foundry on Nov. 17th. Students were treated to a presentation and demonstration on the casting process. Volunteers participated in the hands-on activities and were able to bring home several key chains and a cast american flag. The group also toured facilities and saw first hand all the different manufacturing processes used at the foundry. The day ended with a question and answer discussion with representatives from the Human Resources Department. They shared important job skill tips and discussed all the different positions at their company. The students asked many questions about what they saw on the tour and learned a lot about what it is like work at a foundry. The tour guides did a fantastic job and the kids had a great time. Thank you Waupaca Foundry!
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:
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.
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.
Singing in Wisconsin
Sixteen of Coleman's middle and high school chorus students attended the "Singing in Wisconsin" event on Saturday, Nov. 13th. The students rehearsed for the day and then put on a performance at 4 that afternoon. This is an incredible feat for all involved and our students represented Coleman very well.
Coleman Cougar Pride Pump at R Store
Riiser Energy and R-Stores are pleased to announce an exciting new program that supports the Coleman School District. The Pound R-Store now has a new "Pride Pump", and Riiser Energy has committed to contribute two-cents per gallon sold through this pump to support the school district's efforts. The total contribution will depend upon the gallons sold through the "Pride Pump", but it is anticipated to result in an annual donation to the district between $4000 and $7000.
"The School District of Coleman is proud to partner with Riiser Energy. This partnership will provide our students with opportunities that otherwise might not have been attainable. Furthermore, the pump generates a sense of pride among family, students, and the Coleman community," stated Doug Polomis, Coleman School District Superintendent.
"We are excited to extend this program to the Coleman School District," stated Todd Kopplin, Riiser VP of Retail. "Riiser has always been community-minded and one of the ways we see that through is by investing in our youth."
Pictured above are Donna Kilmer, Pound R-Store Site Supervisor and Doug Polomis, Superintendent of the Coleman School District.