Chadron High School901 Cedar Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:15PM
7:50AM - 1:30PM
Mr. Jerry Mack
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.
To support the effort of the Chadron Public Schools' Board of Education and the Office of the Superintendent, I thought I'd share this information. The Chadron School Board has been very active in educating the public as well as political leaders of the challenges in fairly funding schools across the state. The following is a summary of information sent to media outlets recently on behalf of our Superintendent with the support of our School Board.
Chadron Property Tax and School Funding Challenges
Has the Easter Bunny arrived in September????
CHS Physical Science class worked on speed calculations today. This involved many skilled activities such as: hopping, walking backward, walking forward, and the dreaded speed walking. Students had to perform several timed activities.
Picture day for CHS will be next Wednesday, September 2nd. Lifetouch again returns to take pictures of every student and staff. Packets will be provided for students to pick up at the office containing all necessary information. Orders can be placed online or returned with the packet to the photographer on picture day.
We hope that you can come meet the teachers and see the classrooms where your children learn. The entire building will be open for viewing as well as staff available for visits. Cookies and drinks will also be provided.
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held September 17th from 5:00-8:30 for another chance to come visit with teachers.
We hope to see you here!
Our first day of school is Wednesday, August 19th. School will start with a general assembly in the high school auditorium at 7:55am and we will dismiss at 1:30pm. Student schedules will be available in the commons area prior to the assembly.
Just a reminder that all Chadron Public Schools will have 1:30pm dismissals on August 19th, 20th, and 21st.
Students and Parents,
This dress code video was produced by Natrona County School District, but it provides a good example of Chadron's dress code guidelines too. If you have a chance, please watch it. Thank you!
Click on the Chadron Public Schools Activities link on the CPS website for a full list of activities.
Parents: Please make sure you contact the high school office to register any new K-12 students prior to the first day of school.
Monday, Aug 10th
- 6:30p HS Auditorium - HS Fall Sports Meeting (students & parents attend)
- First Practices for Girl's Golf, Softball, and Football
Tuesday, Aug 11th
In June, the Wanderlust Cardinals traveled to Italy and Greece with EF Tours. Sponsors for the Chadron High Wanderlust Cardinals are Joe McCarty and Jill Paopao. Check out this video of their latest adventure!
At the end of each school year, Chadron High School contracts with LifeTrack Services, Inc. to conduct a confidential, non-biased senior exit survey. We just received the results for the graduating class of 2015. 58 seniors responded to the survey this year. I've included my notes in comparing these results to last year.
Simon Rischling at Whitney CemetaryCalvery Cemetery, L to R Joe Rischling, Simon Rischling, and Honor Guard members: Tom Donohue, Jerry Reed, Ken Garner, Lawrence Jacobs, Lyndal Redfern, Ted Kienitz, Glen Kotschwar, Rolin Curd in back, and John Dueker. The Post and Honor Guard want to thank Joe and Simon Rischling for trumpet performances at the