Coleman Connection

Coleman Middle School Newsletter, 4/12

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Coleman Middle School will become a student-focused community which promotes life-long learning and real-world problem solving through the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math in a global learning community.

The mission of Coleman Middle School is to provide students with rigorous and innovative learning opportunities using Project / Problem Based Learning (PBL) which promote collaboration, critical thinking, community, and creativity.

Principal's Weekly Video Message

Please plan ahead....No Help Sessions April 12, 19, 26

Due to Milestone testing, there will be NO help sessions on April 12, 19, and 26. Students WILL NOT be admitted early into the building on these dates. Thank you for your cooperation!
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Congrats to Coleman MS Royal Troupe! See what Dramarama is all about!

Attention 8th grade parents!

Please remember there will be a follow up Carnegie Unit meeting on Monday, April 15th starting at 6:00pm in the DHS Theater.

Parent Volunteers needed for Field Day on May 22nd!

Parents volunteers are need for duty posts at field day, fun day (concessions, inflatables, dunk tank), and yearbook signing.

You don't have to commit to the whole day. Come have fun and celebrate the end of the school year.

E-mail Dr. Mozley at if you can volunteer and the times you are available!

VIP Parent Pick Up/Drop Off Spots Available for 2019-2020 School Year!

Each year we sell VIP parking spots as a school fundraiser. Don't want to wait in the car rider line? You can buy a VIP spot for $600/year! Please e-mail Dr. Mozley at if you are interested.

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City of Duluth Tweet and Seek!

Art pieces by local artists will be hidden around Duluth city limits
for a fun scavenger hunt for all to enjoy. Clues will be available on the city's Facebook page. Pieces can be picked at Duluth City Hall during normal business hours of 8am-5pm. Happy hunting!! Duluth Art Week runs from April 27th-May 4th. For more information on daily activities visit here:

The city is looking for small pieces of home décor, pieces representative of Duluth, and art work created by local artists. If any of your child or anyone you know is interested in donating a few pieces, please email

Special Offer from Mathnasium at Berkeley Lake!

Mathnasium can help keep kids mentally fit over the summer and let them have fun doing so. Please visit our website at for our Summer Early Bird Special!

For every student that enrolls, we wish to donate $10 each month to the school.

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Thanks to our sponsors! Please support our business partners!

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Who to contact & When

Your student's teacher is always the most appropriate first contact. You may contact them by e-mail. All teachers use LotusNotes (NOT Google) for parent e-mail. E-mails are

Kim Booth is our 6th grade assistant principal; her e-mail is Jennifer Dunn is our 7th and 8th grade assistant principal; her e-mail is

Ms. Booth is also the assistant principal in charge of gifted and special education. Mrs. Dunn is the assistant principal in charge of English Language Learners.

Save the Date - Important Dates for Your Calendar

April 16th - Milestone Testing continues (see calendar below)

April 26th - 13.5 Progress Reports Issued

May 13th - End of the Year Awards, 6 pm, Duluth HS Theater (by invitation only)

May 16th - Final Exams begin

May 22nd - Field day

May 22nd - Last Day of School


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Coleman Middle School

Gwinnett's flagship STEAM school &

GA Department of Education STEAM-certified school