Tuesday, May 4- Bus 11J (Camel bus) is running about 25 minutes late this morning. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Good morning, community members! Give Local Midland is under way, and YOU can participate! Check out givelocalmidland.org to read our story and support our community. #Coleman #growingforthefuture #education #preferreddistrict #CometPride #GiveLocal #GiveLocalMidland
about 1 year ago, Natalie Rogers
Give Local Midland is LIVE for the next 24 hours, and we're excited to be part of it! Go to givelocalmidland.org to donate to Coleman Community Schools! Share to get the word out! #Coleman #growingforthefuture #education #preferreddistrict #CometPride #GiveLocal #GiveLocalMidland
about 1 year ago, Natalie Rogers
Mobile dentist is coming to the elementary on May 11th. Please fill out the attached form by May 7th and have your child turn it in to the elementary office to take advantage of this convenient service! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1duxkGgC6KgWccvErXIlX46_G3aI8_aOs/view?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Mobile Dental Bus form
Give Local Midland launches TONIGHT at midnight! Are you ready to support Coleman Community Schools? Please share to help us out! #Coleman #growingforthefuture #education #preferreddistrict #CometPride #GiveLocal #GiveLocalMidland
about 1 year ago, Natalie Rogers
May 4th will be a historic day for everyone in our community to GIVE BIG! You can learn more about Give Local Midland and support our campaign at givelocalmidland.org. #Coleman #growingforthefuture #education #preferreddistrict #CometPride #GiveLocal #GiveLocalMidland
about 1 year ago, Natalie Rogers
Give Local Midland Logo
​ELEMENTARY PARENTS: Your opinions and feedback are important to us! We are hoping to meet our participation goal for the number of people who have completed this survey, but we're not quite there yet. Please pause for a few minutes to give us your thoughts regarding our implementation of Leader in Me if you haven't already when this was sent earlier. Coleman Elementary is implementing the Leader in Me, which teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader. We are currently conducting a survey to learn more about key areas of strength and areas of needed growth in our school. Please help us by completing the survey at the following link before May 3, 2021: https://www.leaderinme.com/s/coleman-elem-mi/parent
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Can you be of help? Does anyone know someone from the Coleman Class of 1970 Student Officers? If so, please ask them to contact the Board Office for information to share with their fellow graduates about attending this year's graduation since we were not able to include them last year. We will include graduates from the Class of 1970 and 1971. Please contact 989.465.6060.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Tune in live, using the link below, to MI FFA State Convention tonight at 7pm to watch 4 of our seniors receive their MI FFA State Degree. https://www.facebook.com/MichiganFFA/
about 1 year ago, Coleman Agriscience
4th graders continued their work with plant and animal systems with a trip to the Greenhouse. Students were able to freely explore the Greenhouse with Mr. Nate from Chippewa Nature Center. Mr. Fischer even joined us for a little while to feed the tilapia and talk about hydroponics. Students then picked four plants and wrote three characteristics about each one and tried to name the plant. A nice place to visit on a chilly, rainy day.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Lynch
Choosing plants to write about.
Exploring the Greenhouse.
Writing plant characteristics.
4th graders continued their work with plant and animal systems with a trip to the Greenhouse. Students were able to freely explore the Greenhouse with Mr. Nate from Chippewa Nature Center. Mr. Fischer even joined us for a little while to feed the tilapia and talk about hydroponics. Students then picked four plants and wrote three characteristics about each one and tried to name the plant. A nice place to visit on a chilly, rainy day.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Lynch
Some of you may have received P-EBT cards from the State for your child who have not received them in the past. This is due to some of the remote learning during this school year and the CEP free lunch/breakfast program we have in the district for elementary this year. At this link you will find some information sent from the State that may answer your questions: https://5il.co/rnn6
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Should any of you with a child in our district age 16+ be interested, the Health Department will be holding a Student Vaccination Clinic. This is being offered as an option for ease of use for those families who wish to take advantage of it, but completely up to the family to decide if they are interested.  The 1st dose clinic will be on April 28th from 2-4:00 p.m.; the 2nd dose clinic will be held on May 19th from 2-4:00 p.m. Parents are welcome to come to the clinic with their child as well and will check in at the marked area just outside of the front doors near the auditorium. Students may also come on their own and can be called down from class. Either way, students must be pre-registered by completing the paperwork at this link https://5il.co/rkhn and submitting it to the school office ahead of the clinic. Parents are also welcome to get vaccinated if they would like and also need to sign up ahead of time. If you as a parent would like to sign up for vaccination for yourself, please fill out the information at this link: https://forms.gle/62LgzBHQLA5j... We hope that this information will be helpful to you. I apologize that some people were having trouble with the original link.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Quick reminder: Tomorrow morning at 9 AM is the first live broadcast in a series for Skilled Trades Live provided by J. Ranck Electric, introducing students to the trades. Here’s a link to a video done today to kick things off: https://youtu.be/d-XzHFjE9MY If you'd like to learn more about possible careers, tomorrow, students can watch on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC9c2boklhCQPupMKx7acrQ or Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/jranckelectric , whichever you prefer.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Shout out from a parent to Comet Alum, Cody Finney. Cody has been assisting at JH track practice, mentoring the shotput athletes. He has also mentored the football team and weight lifting team. I love that he is giving back to his school and our athletes.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Jr./Sr. High students will be bringing home additional detail today with more information for the pause to in-person instruction/move to remote learning. You can find the same information at this link:​ https://drive.google.com/file/... Additionally, your child at the Jr./Sr. High would have brought home a letter making you aware we had another positive case of COVID reported. All those who are close contacts have already received a phone call. Finally, should any of you with a child in our district age 16+ be interested, the Health Department will be holding a Student Vaccination Clinic. This is being offered as an option for ease of use for those families who wish to take advantage of it, but completely up to the family to decide if they are interested. The 1st dose clinic will be on April 28th from 2-4:00 p.m.; the 2nd dose clinic will be held on May 19th from 2-4:00 p.m. Parents are welcome to come to the clinic as well and will check in at the marked area just outside of the front doors near the auditorium. Students may also come on their own and can be called down from class. Either way, students must be pre-registered by completing the paperwork at this link​ https://drive.google.com/file/... ​and submitting it to the school office ahead of the clinic. Parents are also welcome to get vaccinated if they would like and also need to sign up ahead of time. If you as a parent would like to sign up for vaccination yourself, please fill out the information at this link​: https://forms.gle/62LgzBHQLA5j... We hope that this information will be helpful to you.​
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Just a friendly reminder if you would like breakfast/lunch for your 7th-12th grade child(ren) ONLY during the April 13-23 pause to in-person instruction for Jr./Sr. High, please fill out the information at this link​ by 10 a.m. tomorrow, Monday, April 12th. You only have to fill it out once for each child for the two weeks. https://forms.gle/HMmsnQEFpMBJ...​
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Please take some time to review the information posted in the letter at this link, regarding the press conference from the Governor and MDHHS yesterday. This letter will impact 7th-12th grade in-person students beginning on Tuesday, April 13th for 2 weeks, as well as athletics and clubs. Thank you in advance for your support and understanding during another difficult time for everyone. https://5il.co/rf3g
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
4th graders earned some outside Reading time today.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Lynch
Reading and Sunshine
Reading outside
4th graders
Coleman Schools' high school students have the opportunity to join one of 18+ programs (shown here)in Career-Technical Education (CTE) through Midland County, including our own Agriscience Program . Many of these were formerly known as Trades courses. Students remain enrolled in their home school (Coleman) and attend the CTE program 2 hours per day. Coleman Schools' is proud to offer courses for those interested in Career and College courses. Everyone has an interest in something. At Coleman, we are working to offer a wide range of options to fit every student. For more information on Career-Technical Courses listed here, please contact Mr. Cone, our counselor at the Jr./Sr. High.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer McCormack
Career-Technical Education (CTE) offerings