Phone: 734-744-2705 ext. 77697 or 15920

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Degrees and Certifications:

M.S.U., B.A. Elementary Education, 2003 M.S.U., M.A. Curriculum & Teaching, 2006 O.U., Ed.S. School Admin. K-12, 2013 Professional Teaching Certificate Program : Elementary K-5 all subjects (K-8 All Subjects Self Contained Classroom) School Administrator Certificate ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY ADMIN K-12 (ES)

Mrs. Lauren Bauer, Ed.S.

Hello!  I would like to use this page as an introduction, give some background about myself, and also explain a bit about my role here at Coolidge. Looking forward to a great year at Coolidge supporting our Cougars! 

I began at LPS at Kennedy, then Riley, and finally Churchill (go Chargers!)  I loved my time as a student, and am enjoying my time educating and caring for our students even more!  I appreciate the solid foundation my education provided me, which enabled me to reach my dreams and achieve my goals.  I wish the same for your students!  Before my time in Livonia, I worked for 14 years in Waterford Public Schools as an elementary school teacher, literacy interventionist, and literacy coach. 

I have recently relocated to Livonia with my 2 sons, Jackson (8) and Benjamin (5), who both attend Coolidge with me!  My boys keep me very busy and have a lot of energy. In my spare time, I like to ice skate, rollerblade, listen to audiobooks, sing poorly to the Hamilton soundtrack, and watch sports on TV, especially MSU! (Go green!)

In my role as an Elementary Support Teacher, I work closely with Mrs. Rand.  Our role exists to support students with their educational, health, behavioral, and/or emotional needs.  Teachers and parents often meet with us to discuss concerns, explore interventions and develop a plan of action. We both work closely with Mrs. Collyer, teachers, and parents to educate, challenge, and inspire every student to achieve personal success and become a confident contributor to society. We see parent involvement as a crucial piece to a successful educational journey for our students. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out with questions, comments, or concerns you may have regarding your child's academic progress or emotional well-being.  Support teachers can serve as a resource for you and your child when handling issues and concerns that come up throughout the year.