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Coleman Middle 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 Hours:
School Starts - 8:00 AM
School Dismisses - 3:16 PM


Junior High Track Schedule

4/21 - Crivitz, Niagara, Peshtigo at home 4:30

4/24 - Lena, Peshtigo in Peshtigo 4:30

4/27 - Suring invite at Suring 4:30

5/2 - Shiocton Invite in Shiocton 3:45

5/4 - Crivitz, Niagara, Suring at Lena 4:30

5/9 - Lena, Crivitz, Niagara in Niagara 4:30

5/11 - Peshtigo Invite in Peshtigo 4:00

5/15 - Conference Meet in Peshtigo 4:30

Practice will be held every weekday from 3:30 to 4:45pm.

Family Engagement Newsletter

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

The topic for this month's newsletter is Intellectual Disabilities.

Read about:

  • Family Engagement Impact Story: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act - What You Need to Know
  • Research to Read - Abstracts and links to complete research reports: "Does participation in higher education make a difference in life outcomes for students with intellectual disability?" and "The Place of Peers in Peer-Mediated Interventions for Students with Intellectual Disability."
  • Statewide Partnership–Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD)
  • Online resources for youth and families in the area of Intellectual Disabilities
  • Instructional Trends-Learner Centered Classrooms
  • Information about upcoming statewide trainings, workshops and conferences
  • Home-based Interventions for reading and math

 The March 2017 newsletter topic is Early Childhood


New This Year


New to Coleman School District is the Online Student Information Update process!  This process eliminates past procedures requiring parents to fill out paperwork required by state law and for Coleman School District to become "paperless".


If you have not updated your student information online, the window for updating online has closed.  Paperwork can be completed in the office.  This annual updating process will be done at the beginning of each school year.

8th Grade Volleyball Team

8th Grade Volleyball Team

The 8th grade volleyball team finished strong winning 5 out of their last 6 games. They had 2 successful tournaments, finishing 1st at the Crivitz Invitational and 2nd at the M&O Conference 8th grade Tournament. During the season, the girls worked on bringing their skills up to the next level in order to compete at the HS level next year. They also learned the meaning of mental toughness and showed it several times during close matches. They learned that improving their skills as a player were sometimes more important than the score. Throughout the season, they came together as a team and showed off their amazing skills. Coach Nowak and Coach Heitman were very proud of their positive attitudes and ability to come together as a team. A special thank you to the parents of all the players and the support shown throughout the season.

Student Dress Up Days

Show your Cougar Spirit the first Friday of every month (May 5th) - wear Green, Black and/or White!


Friday, May 26

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

Art Department on Instagram!

The middle and high school art department is now on Instagram!  Follow us @colemancougarart

*To help maintain privacy, only artwork will be shown, not students' faces.

Middle School Choir Officers

Elections were held for Coleman Middle School Choir this week. Officers pictured are President Lupe Cantu, Co-Vice President Nathan Stank, Librarian Dakota Birr, Librarian Cierra Johnson, Co-Vice President Evan Stank, Treasurer Coral Ermis, and Secretary Mackenzie Champagne.  The Middle School Choir is looking forward to another exciting year stated Mrs. Bader, Choir DirectorMS Choir officers 9-2016.jpg

School Lunch Program Expands Payment Options

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.


The School District of Coleman is committed to providing

an excellent education that creates fulfilled

life-long learners and socially responsible citizens.

                                                                            (Mission Approved 11/12/07)

Upcoming Events

Feb. 6-April 28th - Open Enrollment Window

April 21st - MS Track meet @ home (rescheduled from 4/20)

April 25th - Large Group Festival Competition in Gillett

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

M&O Conference Solo & Ensemble

On Saturday, April 1, band and choir students from the Coleman School District attended the annual M&O Conference Solo & Ensemble Festival at Wausaukee High School.  Coleman students competed along with musicians from other M&O Conference schools, non-conference schools in the area, and homeschooled students.  Musicians from Grade 6 through Grade 12 performed for a critique or graded rating in front of state-sanctioned judges in both vocal and instrumental events.  


Coleman Middle School student receiving a superior or first palace rating in Class B was Gabriel Meyer. Receiving a second place rating were Natali Vasquez and Holly Galbraith.

Coleman Middle School Choir students receiving rating of superior or first place in Class C were:  Mackenzie Truckey and Marixa Vasquez, Blake Watruba and Peyton Lemke, Lexus Baars and Angelina Fendryk, Calli Baenen and Brea Hart, Emily Kostreva and Coral Ermis, and Holly Galbraith and Hannah Soletske. Receiving a first as soloists were: Coral Ermis, Hannah Soletske, Tayler Rosner, and Emily Kostreva. Receiving a third place were Travis Lemke and Brian Soule.


In an earlier competition in Peshtigo in Class A Mackenzie Champagne, Coral Ermis, Isabelle Straub, Amanda Wallenfang, Ashley Wenzel, Gabrielle Meyer and Lea Payette received a second for a Miscellaneous Ensemble and Mackenzie Champagne received a first rating in Class B and Isabelle Straub received a second also in Class B.


Coleman band students in Class C, Corrin Liptak/piano received a first place rating.


The Coleman vocal music teacher is Mrs. Kathleen Bader.  The band teacher is Ms. Rebecca Shuman.

2017 KC 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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Congrats to Girls Basketball Teams

Congratulations to both the 7th and 8th grade girls' basketball teams for their winning week of basketball!  Both teams beat Crivitz on Tuesday and both teams were victorious against Oconto last night in the Shoot for a Cure game!  Great job girls!  The 8th grade plays in the 8th grade tournament  on Saturday in Wausaukee.  Good Luck girls!

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Middle School Choir

Middle School Choir

MS Tournament Team

MS Tournament Team

7th Grade Boys Basketball Team

7th Grade Boys Basketball Team

BB Season Summary

The middle school boys’ wrapped up their seasons just before the holiday break with two wins over the Suring Eagles. Coach Engebregtson’s 7th grade boys finished the season with a 9-4 record. The season included quite a few close games, with a great last second victory at Crivitz. The team showed tremendous improvement from start to finish and will look to improve on that record next season. Coach Tate’s 8th grade players are the reigning 2016 Conference Tournament Champions and compiled a 14-2 record. The group beat two top area teams in Crivitz and Oconto but also lost to each team once. The highlight of the season was winning the 8th grade conference tournament and also the Lena middle school tournament. The team plans to extend their season and further prepare themselves for high school basketball by playing in multiple area tournaments in the next few months for coaches Joedy Bintz, Mitch Zeitler, and Jake Beschta.

7th Grade Volleyball Team

7th Grade Volleyball Team

The 7th grade volleyball girls finished off the season on October 17 with a 11-0 record for regular conference matches this year and ended up taking 2nd place at the Crivitz Tournament! The girls played very well together, improved greatly, and had an awesome “team” attitude. Staying positive and encouraging each other throughout the entire season was something these athletes excelled at! Even when the girls lost a set here and there, their mental toughness showed through, and they learned that the score was not the most important thing at the end of every game. The most important thing was that they improved and they learned something. Thanks for a great season!

2016 Middle School Football Team

2016 Middle School Football Team

The Middle School finished up its football season on Tuesday, October 11 with a win over the Crivitz Wolverines.  The football team had a very successful undefeated season.  They also set a new Middle School record with 8 victories.  No other Middle School team from Coleman ever won 8 games in one season.  Of course, there were some other undefeated teams, but this is the first year the schedule included 8 total games.  In addition to finishing 8-0, the Cougar offense scored a total of 276 points while the defense held opposing teams to a total of 22 points.  The defense had 6 shut out games!  During the fourth game of the season, the team fell behind 6-0, but they kept working hard and eventually won 34-14.  Congratulations to all the Middle School football players that ended the season in good standing.  Your teamwork and willingness to work hard toward a common goal paid off!  You've built a great foundation for success as you prepare to start your high school football career.  Coach Thielmann and Coach Bittner

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February Students of the Month

February Students of the Month

The students pictured above were selected for the Coleman Middle School Student of the Month for February because of their leadership qualities.  They are great examples of our PBIS theme of ROAR (Respect, Order and Safety, Awesome Attitude, and Responsibility). Our winners for February were Hope King and Noah Nosgovitz. Great job!

January Students of the Month

January Students of the Month

These students were selected for the Coleman Middle School Student of the Month because of their leadership qualities.  They are great examples of our PBIS theme of ROAR (Respect, Order and Safety, Awesome Attitude, and Responsibility). Our winners for January were Isabelle Straub and Karson Casper. Great job!

December Students of the Month

December Students of the Month

The students pictured above were selected for the Middle School Student of the Month because of their leadership qualities.  They are great examples of our PBIS theme of ROAR (Respect, Order and Safety, Awesome Attitude, and Responsibility). Our winners for December were Holly Galbraith (6th Gr) and Trent Mongin (7th Gr). 

November Students of the Month

November Students of the Month

The students pictured above were selected for the middle school Student of the Month because of their leadership qualities.  They are great examples of our PBIS theme of ROAR (Respect, Order and Safety, Awesome Attitude, and Responsibility). Our winners for November were Corrin Liptak (6th Gr) and Benjamin Krueger (6th Gr). Way to Go! 

October Students of the Month

October Students of the Month

The students pictured above were selected for the Coleman Middle School Student of the Month because of their leadership qualities.  They are great examples of our PBIS theme of ROAR (Respect, Order and Safety, Awesome Attitude, and Responsibility). Our winners for October were Easton Sailer(8th Gr) and Karlee Forner(7th Gr). Great job!

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September Students of the Month

"These students were selected for the Coleman Middle School Student of the Month because of their leadership qualities.  They are great examples of our PBIS theme of ROAR (Respect, Order and Safety, Awesome Attitude, and Responsibility). Our winners for September were Logan Liptak  and Molly Seefeldt. Great job! Pictured from left to right is Molly Seefeldt (8th grade) and  Logan Liptak (8th grade)."