Chadron Intermediate School

450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
(308) 432-0717
(308) 432-0717

Daily School Schedule

Regular Dismissal

7:50AM - 3:05PM

1:30 Dismissal

7:50AM - 1:15PM

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Mr. Bill Cogdill
Intermediate School Principal

Fun Friday

Friday is "Fun Friday" at CIS.  We play music during the lunch period and sometime a few games.  Last week there was a conga line in procession.  Today it was the Hokey Pokey.  We like to have fun but not get too wound up as math class is next.


OKTOBERFEST IN THIRD

OKTOBERFEST IN THIRD GRADE

1st Quarter Perfect


1st Quarter Perfect Attendance with 2 or less Tardies

2013 CIS Book Fair

You are invited to the 2013 CIS Book Fair which will be held in conjunction with our Fall Parent Teacher Conferences on October 21-22.  By clicking the above link, you may shop on-line at your convenience from October 16-November 5.  The on-line book fair lasts a bit longer and you can shop from home if you wish.  Our school benefits in the form of credits that we use to buy books for our library.  Thank you for supporting us in the past, we hope to see you again this year!

Thanks Will!Fourth grade

Thanks, Will!Fourth grade students helped move  a large amount of trimmed tree branches from the playground to the curb during their recess on Wednesday.  School employee, Will White, brought them tree trimmed cupcakes in appreciation of their help.

Thanks, Will!

WHAT IS WHITE??

WHAT IS WHITE?? by Mrs. Grant's 2013-2014 Reading & Language GroupEnjoy this wonderful collaberation by the third graders in Mrs. Grant's Reading & Lanuage group during a study of the genre poetry and descriptive sensory writing:

October Birthdays

Happy October Birthdays 4th Grade

Fire Prevention Month

Fire Prevention MonthMrs. Dickey's Class
Making a plan for fire safety at home is very important! Fourth graders were instructed to go home and talk to their families about what they need to do in the case of a fire. I think the students' favorite part was trying on the fire gear. We all looked and walked a little silly! Thanks to the Chadron Fire Department for volunteering your time to visit and for all you have done for our community!

Exploring Colors

Exploring ColorsChadron Preschool

Our color changing experiment with water and food coloring.  Each cup has one of the primary colors and we placed a paper towel between two cups and watched as each color traveled up and connected together to make a new color!

Walk to School Day

Walk to School Day (Weather Permitting)

CIS: Fighting World Hunger

World Hunger Relief ; Please join Pizza Hut in helping fight world hunger.  Jack-O-Lanterns will be placed in each classroom. Students can bring pennies or other coins as donations.  The class with the most $ will win a lunch sponsored by Pizza Hut.   The contest begins immediately and ends at the end of the month.  

8 to Great!

Mary Kay Mueller, internationally renowned motivational speaker will share her story and a unique process everyone can use to change their life and becoming more successful.
Don’t miss …. This once in a lifetime opportunity ….  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2013

Fall Testing Q/A


A Parent's Guide to NWEA Assessments© 2006 Northwest Evaluation AssociationNWEA - Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is NWEA?Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping school districts throughout the nation improve learning for all students. NWEA partners with more than 2,200 school districts representing more than three million students.

Musical Cups

Strange music was coming from the playground this week.  The kids were using cups to make their music.

Tree Planting

From Mrs. Piercy's Classroom

As part of the Greener Nebraska Towns celebration, students at CIS took part in a tree planting ceremony at their school with Nebraska's First Lady, Sally Ganem.  The First Lady talked to the students about the importance of trees to our community.  Seven students assisted her in planting a burr oak tree, which will be a nice addition to the trees previously planted by CIS students.

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