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.
Years of Service Employee Awards
To kick off the 2015-16 school year Mr. Doug Polomis, District Administrator, recognized employees who have reached milestone years of employment at the Coleman School District. Mr. Polomis thanked them for their dedication to their job, the students, and to the district. Each employee was then presented with their service recognition award.
Receiving awards this year are: (1st row L to R): Jeannie Markiewicz-Foodservice, 25 years; Anita Kaus-Foodservice, 15 years; Betty Beschta-Middle School Teacher, 25 years; Julie Pusick-Early Childhood/Jr. Kindergarten Teacher, 10 years; Donna Reed-Special Education Secretary, 20 years; (2nd row L to R): Gerald Herzog-Building and Grounds, 10 years; Keith Long-Middle School Teacher, 30 years; Karl Peters-Physical Education Teacher, 15 years; Larry Konop-Building and Grounds, 25 years; Ellie Mongin-Building and Grounds, 25 years.
Coleman School District Welcomes New Staff
The 2015-16 school year has brought new faces to the Coleman School District. Mr. Doug Polomis, District Administrator, introduced new employees to all staff at opening in-service on August 25th.
New staff members pictured are: (1st row L to R) - Tracy Beyers, Building and Grounds, Cindy Montgomery, Building and Grounds, and Joanna Gross, 1st Grade Teacher. Back row (L to R): John Arts, Building and Grounds, Kyle Johnson, Middle School Teacher, Karleena Gilbertson, High School History Teacher, Stacie Seefeldt, Foodservice, and Erin Sankey, Middle/High School Spanish Teacher.
Joanna Gross comes to the Coleman School District from the Oconto Falls District with seven years of teaching experience. She is a Coleman High School graduate and earned her elementary education degree from UW Green Bay. Her and her husband own a dairy farm in Pound and have 4 children.
Kyle Johnson is a 2008 Coleman High School graduate. He then continued his education at UW Green Bay and majored in education. For the past two years he taught fourth grade at St. Thomas Aquinas Academy. Joanna and Kyle are both thrilled to be teaching at Coleman where they received their education.
Karleena Gilbertson graduated in 2005 from UW La Crosse with a double major in Broad Field Social Studies and History. She also has a minor in sociology and psychology. Karleena is excited to be teaching back in Wisconsin as she spent the past two years teaching in North Dakota.
Erin Sankey completed her teacher training program for Spanish education from Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota. As part of her preparation and continuing education, she has worked or studied in Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Chile, and Peru. She has 10 years of teaching experience which includes kindergarten in the Miami suburb of Doral, Florida, and high school Spanish in River Falls School District and Northland Lutheran High School (Kronenwetter, Wisconsin). She looks forward to sharing the Spanish language and cultures with the Coleman students
Host A Foreign Exchange Student
Students from Europe and Asia are looking forward to spending the 2014-2015 school year in America. They are anxious to experience our culture, school spirit and participate in school activities. Choose your own student and gain a friend for life. If you are interested in hosting a students please call the EF Foundation for Foreign Study at 920-835-1478 and ask for Tom or Ann Cook.
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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.
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Flag Pole Project Completed
Coleman Class of 1965 Initiates Flag Project
The Coleman High School Class of 1965 is celebrating their Golden (50th) Class Reunion this fall on September 18th and 19th. In the fall of 1961 they attended what was then a brand new school (currently Coleman High School) as the incoming freshmen class. They were the first class to graduate from Coleman who completed their four high school years in the new facility. In honor of that, the class wanted to give back something to the district. They came up with the idea of creating a flagpole project and a Coleman Cougar Flag. The Class of ’65 donated two flag poles along with the Coleman Cougar Flag and the Wisconsin State Flag. Then the Coleman Cougar Booster Club joined the project and installed a new United States Flag pole, replacing the original pole from 1961. The project was completed with new landscaping and lighting.
Pictured are (L to R): Paul Wilting, Coleman Class of 1965, Wayne Gross, Coleman School District Building and Grounds Supervisor, Douglas Polomis, Coleman School District Superintendent, Joy Rhode, Coleman Cougar Booster Club Secretary, and Donnie Bader, Coleman Cougar Booster Club President.