Chadron High School901 Cedar Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:15PM
7:50AM - 1:30PM
Mr. Jerry Mack
At the end of each school year, Chadron High School contracts with LifeTrack Services, Inc. to conduct a non-biased senior exit survey. We just received the results for the graduating class of 2013. 54 seniors responded to the survey this year. I've included my notes in comparing these results to the past couple of years. Thank you to all of our seniors for providing this important information which helps provide focus for our efforts for continuous improvement of our school.
One of this summer's projects in the high school is to update our library into a more modern media center. We have recently added opportunities for students to utilize online research tools as well as ebook subscriptions. We hope to have an expanded list of books for students to download and view on ereaders as soon as this fall. In addition to these offerings, we will do some remodeling.
(Submitted by Chadron FFA Officers)
During May 16-18th, the newly formed Chadron FFA Chapter officer's of 2013-2014 traveled east to Aurora, Nebraska. Prior to the trip we were fortunate with numerous community supporters in fundraising dollars to help support our newly formed FFA organization. With high hopes in returning with new knowledge and skills in getting our program up and running we were pleased with the outcome.
Distracted Driving AwarenessThe AP Statistics class was given the challenge of running an experiment to determine if there is statistical evidence as to whether or not a number of distractions really impacted driving ability. The class was first asked to research different distractions one may encounter while driving in order to create a hypotheses as to what they felt would occur according to previous experiments. The students chose to impose four different factors (distracted conversation, beer goggles, texting, and eating) on their participants during their trials.
The Chadron High Wildlife class trekked to Chadron State Park this week, compliments of guest speaker, Shelley Steffl. She joined our class to explain her job and new project (native seed blocks) she's has been working on. Blocks were designed to help with reforestation, because of last fall's wildfires. This unique idea provides for seed dispersal over rough terrain, while encased in a "natural" fertilized cocoon by nomadic animals.
Click here to view a live-streamed broadcast of the CHS Graduation
(Not Active Until Saturday Morning)
Click the above link to watch a live-feed of the Chadron High School commencement program on Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:00am. A special thanks to our Tech Department: Brock Mittleider and Eliu Uati Paopao for the efforts in coordinating the live-stream project.
Parents of CPS students:
In an effort to improve system practices, Chadron Public Schools is conducting surveys in preparation for the 2013-2014 Accreditation Cycle.
We value and appreciate your honest opinion and ask that you take the time to complete a survey by going to the corresponding link for each building that your students attend.
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous.
Thank you for your time and attention to this matter!
The dance team will not only implement new rules and policies of participation, they will also introduce the new co-sponsors: Mrs. Jill Paopao and Mrs. Tricia Berry.
Theme: "A Night In Paradise"
The public is invited to attend the grand march and coronation beginning at 7:00 in the Student Center.
Thank you in advance to the sponsors and parents for providing many post-prom activities and prizes for our students! Let's all have a safe prom!
Chadron Middle School Current 6th, 7th and 8th grade studentsWednesday, May 8, 20137:00 am - 8:00 amHigh School Locker Rooms (use front door)
Chadron High sophomore, Veronica Parish, won the Nebraska State Competition for National History Day for her Senior Individual Exhibit titled: God, Government and Roger Williams. The Nebraska contest took place this past weekend on campus at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln.
I want to take this opportunity to ‘touch base’ on the many activities and events that will take place in the next few weeks for our students. There are not a lot of changes from how we’ve operated in past years but there are a couple of important notes. Graduation will take place in the high school gym this year. We do not reserve or block off sections of seats for families of seniors. Instead, they are welcome to enter the gymnasium when it opens at 8:00am and reserve up to 10 seats on the floor for the graduation ceremony for their families.