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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.

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Coleman Schools

347 Business 141 N

Coleman, WI 54112

(920) 897-4921
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