175 Green Street Principal Jonelle Noble Coldwater, MI 49036 (517) 279-5940
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Legg Middle School

Home Of The Junior Cardinals!

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Boston Strong!

6th Grade Science teacher Nancy Yager finished the Boston Marathon with an official time of 3:44:15!

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Pajama Day!

A fundraiser to help find a cure for cancer. (Photo: Melissa Blair)

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TRAFFIC ADVISORY for Wednesday: Western Avenue near the Browne Aquatic Center construction site will be closed Wednesday for road excavation related to the ongoing construction project. Parents/guardians dropping their children off to Legg Middle School should approach the Western Ave. parking lot from the south. All motorists should avoid the intersection of Bishop Ave. and Western Ave. Normal traffic should be restored by Thursday.

Legg Middle School will have a half day of classes on Friday, May 2, with scheduled Professional Development activities in the afternoon. 1st-3rd Hours will meet, and classes will dismiss at 10:44am.

All LMS students must be dropped off and picked up from the Western Avenue parking lot. The parking lot off of Green Street, facing the high school, is reserved for buses only.

Congratulations to our April Students Of The Month:

  • 6th Grade: Isabel Rodriguez
  • 7th Grade: Alex Schaale
  • 8th Grade: Zoe Nowicki

Quick Calendar

1:45pm LMS 8th Grade Choir at MSVMA State Choral Festival

8:00am Kindergarten Registration

6:00pm Board Of Education Meeting

8:00am Kindergarten Registration

8:00am Kindergarten Registration

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District Process for Determination of a Specific Learning Disability:

For the determination of students eligible with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD), The Coldwater School District uses a Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses Process for the determination of a Specific Learning Disability for all buildings and all grades in the district and includes the following: 

  1. The student does not achieve adequately for the student’s age or to meet State-approved grade-level standards in one or more of the areas identified at 34 CFR §300.309(a)(1)(i) when provided with learning experiences and instruction appropriate for the student’s age or State-approved grade-level standards; and
  2. The student exhibits a pattern of strengths and weaknesses in performance, achievement, or both, relative to age, State-approved grade-level standards, or intellectual development, that is determined by the MET to be relevant to the identification of a SLD, using appropriate assessments, consistent with the IDEA Evaluation Procedures and Additional Requirements for Evaluations and Reevaluations.

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