Chadron High School901 Cedar Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:15PM
7:50AM - 1:30PM
Mr. Jerry Mack
Chadron FFA members recently competed in the first FFA competition of the year held at Chadron State College. This competition is meant to showcase students abilities in the areas of public speaking, demonstrations and Interviews. The LSE competition had approximately 240 participants from 16 different schools, having 20 students from Chadron FFA participating. Three of the Chadron High School students qualified for state by placing in the top two of their contests.
(Submitted by Brenda Budler, Business and FCA Instructor at Chadron High School)
Creating Children’s Stories: A Group Effort Written by: Mrs. Lanphear & Alexis Olsen
Dr. James Hadden with the cooperation of the Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska recently conducted after school dental screenings, sealants and fluoride varnish treatments at the Chadron Middle School.
(Submitted by CHS Senior, Shoilee Rahman)The Palatable Perks of Pavlova After enduring complex and mundane academic courses all day, partaking in Culinary I allows me to be creative and learn everyday cooking skills. Recently, eggs have stolen the show in Culinary I. We had just finished making creme brûlée in an array of flavors using egg yolk; the whites of the eggs, however, were going to be used for a dessert called pavlova. A meringue-based dish, pavlova is a popular dessert.
Chadron High School Hosts “Apply2College” Event October 5th-9th
Any student or parents interested in traveling to Germany, Switzerland and Italy in 2017 there will be a parent/interest meeting Sunday October 25th at 5 PM in Mr. McCarty's room in the high school.
The following link will give you a brief look at the trip: http://www.eftours.com/print-quote/1794391/34d69ac7e8554abca8/TC
(Submitted from Physical Science class)
What are these kids doing???
Balancing a cheese ball is a new talent being taught for career development in physical science. Noooooo sirrrreeee Bob!
Students are learning about Bernouilli's principle. Ask your physical science student about the other interesting activities that they performed during class!!!
Our Theme for English IIIA Blog Entry Written Collaboratively by Mrs. Lanphear’s Block 1 & Block 2 Classes
Intro to ClassYou don't have to be crazy to be in English III, but it helps. With a plethora of American authors and Mrs. Lanphear herself, you'd be in good company. By picking apart the classics, we find tidbits we can use in our own writing. We span our learning from the 19th Century to the Information Age; we've branched into and embraced technology. Despite our collective insanity, we've all got something interesting to say: this is our theme for English III.
One of the most important things your child can do to achieve academic success is also one of the most basic: going to school everyday!
In fact, research has shown that your child's attendance record may be the biggest factor influencing his/her academic success.