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Coleman Elementary School

347 Business 141 N
Coleman, WI  54112
Office (920) 897-2525
Fax (920) 897-4921

Yvette Marshall, Principal



 Office Hours

7:30 AM - 4:00 PM


School Starts 
8:00 AM

School Dismisses

Jr. Kindergarten       3:12 PM
Parent Pick-Up        3:12 PM  

Grades K-3                 3:15 PM 

Grades 4-5                 3:17 PM 


Mrs. Marshall, Elementary Principal

Mrs. Marshall, Elementary Principal


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.

March/April Cougar Connection Now Available!

The March/April edition of The Cougar Connection is now available.  Click on the link.


Youth Baseball

Beaver/Pound contact:

Todd Olsen 897-4472


Coleman Little League contact:

Jeremy Gross



Youth Basketball

Students in grades 4 thru 6 can participate in a youth basketball program held at Coleman.  For more information on youth basketball programs, please contact Joedy Bintz 920-591-1120.


Students in grades K-3

Dan Perry


Youth Wrestling

Youth wrestling contact:

Jeremy Gross



Youth Poms

Youth Pom Pon Contact:

Savannah Sleeter


Youth Football

Youth tackle football contacts listed below.


Brenda Hockers  hockersB@jonasservice.com

Todd Olsen  tolsenbaseball@gmail.com

Corey Kuchta  cjkuchta@wisconsinputlicservice.com  or call Corey at 920-660-4182

Family Engagement Newsletter

The current WI Family Engagement Newsletter is here! (Click on Link)

The topic for this month's newsletter is Early Childhood.
Read about:
  • Family Engagement Impact Story: Child Find
  • Research to Read - Abstracts and links to complete research reports:
    "Integrating Mathematical Thinking Into Family Engagement Programs," and
    "Family Engagement within School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports"
  • Statewide Partnership–Wisconsin Early Childhood Association (WECA)
  • Online resources for youth and families in the area of Early Childhood
  • Instructional Trends-Response to Intervention with Preschool Aged Children
  • Information about upcoming statewide trainings, workshops and conferences
  • Home-based Interventions for reading and math
 The April 2017 newsletter topic is Autism Spectrum Disorders

School Lunch Payment Option Added

The Coleman School District would like to remind families that they can fill out a new free or reduced application at any time if family circumstances change.  The application is available by clicking here, or you may stop in any office and pick one up. 

Through Skyward Family Access you can check your food service balance at any time.  Another way to check is to call school and we can look up your balance.  If it is low, please drop off a check in the office.  


New for the Coleman Food Service Program this year : e-Funds for Schools.  This program will allow parents to make a payment into their child's food service account online from home, work, or a cellphone. There is a fee for this service.  The fee does not go to the school district.


Parents no longer have to worry about their child forgetting to turn in or losing lunch money.  Payments can be made 24 hours a day from the parent's bank account or by credit card.  This allows flexibility of payments and gives the parent alternate payment choices.  The service requires a simple one-time registration and has continued ease of use for the parent.  Automated payments can be activated by parents which assures lunch funds are replenished on a scheduled basis, preventing the account from being short of funds.  Each time a payment is made, the system sends an e-mail to the parent that provided the payment confirmation.  Parents may view online payment history for the entire school year.    To set up your account, please go to the district website www.coleman.k12.wi.us and under quick links select Efunds.  Any balance remaining at the end of the school year transfers to the following school year.  

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Jennifer Faccio at faccio@coleman.k12.wi.us or call 920-897-2291 Ext. 190.

Elementary Staff

Elementary Staff

Coleman Elementary
Students and Staff


The School District of Coleman is committed to providing an excellent education
that creates fulfilled life-long learners and socially responsible citizens.

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Upcoming Events

Feb. 6-April 28 - Open Enrollment Window
April 24th to 28th - Every Kid Healthy Week!

April 30th - PTO Spring Dance 2-4pm

May 10th - 5th thru 12th grade vaccine clinic

May 27th - Graduation 2:00 HS Gym

May 29th - Memorial Day

June 2nd - Last Day of School - Dismissal at 3:16pm


A Tdap (tetnus, diptheria, and pertussis) booster vaccine is required for all students entering 6th grade in the fall.  Marinette County Public Health will be at Coleman Schools on May 10th administering Tdap vaccines as well as other recommended adolescent vaccines.  More information and permission slips have been sent home or can be accessed below.  Permission slips are due to the nurse by May 5th.  Please call the school nurse, Kelly Mitchell  with any questions.  Click here for information.   Click here for permission slip.

Knights of Columbus Knowledge Contest Winners

Winners pictured below are front row: Trent Mongin-gr.6 spelling; Isabel Kuntz-gr.6 math; Justin Borchert-gr.5 spelling and math; back row: Knights member Gene Chapman; Noah Nosgovitz-gr. 7 spelling; Molly Seefeldt-gr.8 spelling; Karson Casper-gr.7 math; Thomas Bartnick-gr.8 math; and Mrs. Marshall, Principal.

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Attention Students Gr. K-3 Interested in Basketball

Dear Parents,

Coleman Youth Basketball has started it's 10th year of Little Cougar Basketball, for ages K-3rd  grades! We look to teach the basic fundamentals (I.e.. Pro-Shot Form Shooting, Dribbling, Defensive Positioning and movement, Teamwork, Passing, and Basic Rules of the game). This creates a foundation for a successful High School Program.  But more importantly, it will be fun for the kids! 

This program is run by the Coleman Youth Basketball coaches along with player helpers.  Sign-up/open gym was held Thursday and Friday, March 2nd and 3rd. This year will be similar to other years, with 8 sessions/practices. They will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 6:15 - 8pm.  Practices are done by the  end of March. Sign-up fee is $10 per child. Checks can be made out to Coleman Youth Basketball.

If you were unable to attend the sign-up, you can send an email stating that your child would like to participate. Then fill out the required forms and bring the sign-up fees when you attend your first session. The first actual practice date was March 7th.. Contact by email,  danperry56@gmail.com or call or text my cell phone 715-923-6272 with questions. Please only call between 5:30 - 9:30pm, but text anytime.

I have set up links to all the important documents needed for signups, if you want to fill out ahead of time. There will also be copies available at sign ups.

Sign up sheet: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1K9fIwY8TewV1dhMFZXX043a2M

Concussion Sheet: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1K9fIwY8TewWk96UVNFLVk0ZVk/view?usp=sharing

Thank you,
Dan Perry

Students at Family Meeting

Students at Family Meeting
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5th Grade Receives Donation from GreenStone

The 5th grade class received a $300 donation from GreenStone Farm Credit Services for their overnight field trip. The overnight will take place February 16-17 in Rhinelander. Besides a variety of winter activities, students will be learning about the agriculture field of forestry.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Playground Equipment

The public was invited to the ribbon cutting ceremony held on September 6th. Students, staff and guests assembled in front of the new playground equipment.  After introductions, Mrs. Marshall, Elem/MS Principal, several students and Lisa Olcott, Senior Director of Information Technology at Saputo (and former Coleman Cougar) said a few words.  Students rotated through the equipment and were given safety instructions and rules regarding playground etiquette.  Luckily the rain held off for the most part and almost all of the students were able to complete their rotations through the equipment.  The students can't wait to get out there and put the equipment to good use! Thank you to all that helped to make this happen!  Pictured are: Ben Waddell, Saputo Plant Manager (Lena), Yvette Marshall,  and Lisa Olcott.

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Student Dress Up Days

The First Friday of every month (May 5th) is COUGAR CLOTHING DAY!  Show your spirit by wearing Cougar colors.


Friday, May 26

It's COOL to be in SCHOOL! Wear your sunglasses and a hat of your choice to school today.

'Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.'

- Mark Twain


Save These Items!

Coleman Elementary will be collecting the following...

· UPCs for Country Hearth and Village Hearth products.  

· Campbell Soup Labels for Education -program ends Aug. 2017 

· Box Tops for  Education from General Mills products.  


These items can be brought into the Elementary Office or IMC.  

Students may bring them in at any time and in any quantity.


 Please Note

Due to the cancelling of the program by Foremost Company, we are no longer collecting the Kids, Caps and Cash milk caps. 


Security Check Implemented

Coleman Elementary/Middle School has implemented an improved security system. When reporting to the main office, visitors are asked to show a driver’s license. In order to better protect our students, visitors, and staff, all visitors will be required to show a valid government issued ID. The identification is then run through a system called Raptor. This program compares the identification against the state’s sex offender registry. This system also creates a name and photo sticker from the identification and creates a customized visitor pass. If everything checks out, the visitor will wear the sticker while in school. During any subsequent visits, a person only needs to give his or her name and Raptor will be able to complete the check.


Humor in Education ;)

"Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on them makes an impression." - Dr. Haim Ginott


"A police officer came to my house and asked me where I was between 5 and 6.  I replied: Kindergarten." - Author Unknown


"A teacher's job is to take a bunch of live wires and see that they are well-grounded." - D. Martin


"Dear Parents: If you promise not to believe everything your child says happens at school, I'll promise not to believe everything he says happens at home." - Author Unknown


"Education is learning what you didn't even know you didn't know." - Daniel Boorstin


"Good Teachers are the ones who can challenge young minds without losing their own." - Author Unknown

New to the Coleman School District this Year


New to Coleman School District starting with the 2016-17 school year is the Online Student Information Update process!  This process eliminated past procedures requiring parents to fill out paperwork required by state law and for Coleman School District to become "paperless".  The deadline to complete this process has passed, but each new school year this will be a requirement.



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