2/17 2016 Grades 6 & 8 MDPT Double blocked schedule hours 1 & 2 & 3 & 4
2/18/2016 Grade 7 MDPT Double blocked schedule hours 1 & 2
2/23/2016 Grade 8 ELPA21 AM
2/24/2016 Grade 6 ELPA21 AM, Grade 7 ELPA21 PM
2/25/2016 Grade 6 ELPA21 AM, Grade 7 ELPA21 PM
3/1/2016 Grades 6 & 8 Math Performance through Math class
3/2/2016 Grade 7 Math Performance through Math class
3/29, 3/30, 3/31 and 4/1/2016 Math Assessment All Grades through Math class
4/4, 4/5, 4/6 & 4/7/2016 English Language Arts Assessment All Grades through ELA class
4/21/2016 Grade 6 & 8 Social Studies Assessment through SS class
4/26 & 4/27/2016 Grade 8 Science Assessment through Science class
Make up assessments will be given as needed with dates scheduled after each test type.
Students Leave Positive Notes -- CLICK HERE to watch the video
Coleman Middle School received honors from the Kansas Association of Middle School Administrators this week. Coleman Middle School was named an Exemplary Middle School by KAMSA, one of ten middle schools in Kansas to earn the distinction and will be honored at the KAMSA Spring Conference Luncheon on May 1
Our own math teacher, and AVID co-coordinator, Michael Sessions is a guest blogger on the AVID national website. You can click HERE to read it. Darral Sessions teaches Math at Coleman Middle School in Wichita, KS. A Wichita native, Darral attended Wichita State University, where he received his degree in Math and History Education. During his educational career at Coleman, Darral has been a tutor and taught Math, Social Studies, and the AVID Elective. As a Co-Coordinator, Darral works with the AVID site team to spread AVID strategies schoolwide. When he’s not teaching sixth graders, Darral enjoys coaching track, spending time with his wife and two sons, and golfing.
Sixth-grade students at Coleman Middle School wrapped up Black History Month by learning that one of the major events of the civil rights movement happened in Wichita. Former WPS principal Karen Ware shared her experience during the 1958 Dockum Drugstore Sit-In. The sit-in was a studentled effort to end segregation. Ware shared how they sat at the counter and waited to be served and how they continued to do it for weeks until they were finally served. She shared how that was the first civil rights protest at the time. "I was just a skinny 17 year old North High graduate. I didn't know what we were doing was going to have such a huge effect," she said.
Our Coleman AVID program had the opportunity to represent the district and the national AVID program in Sunday's (3/1/15) newspaper. If you missed the print article, you can click HERE to read all about it.
Congratulations to our Boys and Gilrs Basketball teams on their successful seasons. Coach Rhodes and Coach Arellano guided our Coleman Cougars to DUAL DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS!
Our kids are well coached, well disciplined, hard working student athletes and our coaches' high academic and behavior expectations equaled a championship season for each team.
Special congratulations to Coach Rhodes and the boys, who just completed their THIRD STRAIGHT UNDEFEATED SEASON and Divisional Championship.
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