Waldron Learning Center

Alan Wheaton and Emma Cooper-Lewis smile at each other while holding hands.

Alan Wheaton and Emma Cooper-Lewis share a smile.

The Waldron Learning Center opened in 1978, and was named after Marjorie Waldron, a local resident, who had a great love for special education students.

The school provides educational services for students with moderate to severe impairments and is operated by the Branch Intermediate School District.

In addition to the classrooms, the Waldron Center has a conference room, gymnasium with locker rooms, computer lab, cafeteria, and a designated outside play area. Swimming facilities are also available to our students at the Coldwater Aquatic Center within walking distance of our facility.

The building is WiFi accessible and equipped with security cameras, secured entrance, and a 911 emergency ID phone system.

School Nurse Linda Bowers accepts the award from Dr. Loker

School Nurse Linda Bowers (left) accepts the award

High Achievement

The Waldron Center is one of forty schools in Michigan that has been identified as a HeartSafe school and has demonstrated the preparation and readiness for a cardiac emergency.

Dr. James Loker, Pediatric Cardiologist, presents the award to staff at the Waldron Learning Center.

On July 27, 2016, the Waldron Center was selected by MDE as a possible model school for high achievement in promoting student wellness.

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