Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Mr. Bill Cogdill
Spring Talent Show 2018May 17th @ 12:45CIS GymSUBJECT TO CHANGE1Shawn Tebbs (3O)Piano: The Fly’s Adventure2Lillie Uhing (3O)Guitar: Free Fallin3Jace Paopao (4A)Humorous Prose4Mason Frye (3H)Carson Long (3H)E.J.
Today, Wednesday, May 16, we held our annual spelling bee in the gym. Three students from each third and fourth grade class were the participants. Each class gave a spelling test to all the students. The top three best spellers from each class became our contestants. Tobin Landen, Emmerson Landreth and Mason Frye were the contestants from Mrs. Hoffman's class. Mrs. Schmidt was the announcer/pronouncer and Mrs. Motz and Mrs.
Good times become good memories!
Looking back on the 2017-2018 school year has been a lot of fun. We started with an eclipse of the sun and ended with the longest winter -ever. Now that spring is here, we have enjoyed our field trips and have prepared our garden for the fall harvest.
Brooklyn Hoffman's poster won second place in 4th grade competition for the State Competition. You can see her poster displayed on the Nebraska's Wildlife Federation's webpage at http://www.nebraskawildlife.org/2018-wildlife-week-poster-winners/
Congratulations Brooklynn!Brooklynn and her teacher Mrs. Anderson displaying her award winning poster!
We greatly appreciate Chadron's Police Department and all they do to protect us. Each spring, CPD teaches bicycle safety to elementary students. They also helped look over our bikes to be sure they were in good working order. Chadron Police Department teamed up with our SRO Derek Bauer helping us be safe!
When riding, always:
Dr. Aaron Fields is bringing a presentation to our afterschool program on May 9th. He did his doctoral work on the migration of Burrowing Owls. Please remind your students they definitely want to attend CIA on May 9th! It starts at 3:45.
It's been a long dry spell just like the pioneer's ride across Nebraska. Jack made it with a smile on his face and new knowledge. He read about Weird But True Facts About Animals. He also enjoyed a couple of Magic Tree House Book. If you ever want to know some weird but true facts about animals, just ask Jack!
We are six weeks into the 4th quarter of school and we have had 1 dozen students conquer the Read Across Nebraska Challenge! This week, we had 4 students turn in their bookmarks. We paste them upon our wall representing the drive across our great state! We are proud of the reading they have done and continue to do. We are also excited to find out who will be the next readers to reach the Wall of Fame!Audrey's favorite book was: Mr.
CIS students are really digging the garden! Actually, we just got our seeds planted. Kids got to choose but the most popular plants were beans-sorry mom-very few peas!
#8#ChadronCardinals #readacrossnebraska Josephine loves to read books from the public library as well as the schools. She is working really hard to finish The Tale of Despereaux before its due date! Congratulations Josephine!