Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Mr. Bill Cogdill
Friday is a 12:00 dismissal for all Chadron Public School. Chadron Intermediate school will begin lunch a bit earlier so that all students will be fed and ready for the weekend.
Parents and community members are invited to join us for Martin Luther King Day events at CSC (Monday January 16th). The events start with a march from Common Cents to the Chicoine Center.The march leaves Common Cents at 1:15 and proceeds north to Sixth Street, turning left onto Sixth Street and heading east to Shelton Street, where the Chadron Middle School students will join. It will then head south on Shelton Street to the United Methodist Church, where the Chadron Primary and Intermediate School students will join.
Dear Parents/Guardians:Hope this letter finds each of you and your families enjoyed the Christmas break!We are writing to let you know the 2016-2017 Chadron Public Schools Health Screenings will be held on January 18 and 19, 2017. January 18th will be 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades and January 19th will be 6th, 7th, 10th and 11th grades.
Welcome back to the first day of school for the new year on Thursday (January 5). We hope you all had a great Christmas and celebrated the new year in safely. We are excited to have your students return to us for the second semester. DIBELS results from the end of 1st semester are in and we are pleased to see the progress that can only be attained from hard work in and outside the classroom. Thank you for all the help you give your student(s) and please continue to encourage their academic progress. The graphs below show the fruits of our labor. Thank you for all your support!
We hope you enjoy this week's announcements:
We would like to thank Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance program for the $500 grant awarded to Chadron Intermediate School. Exxon Mobil along with the Moyle Petroleum Company and the Chadron Common Cents Convenience Store provided the opportunity for our school to apply for the grant made possible through funding from the Exxon Mobil Corporation.
Sheri Daniels and UNWNRD sponsored the 2016 Poster Contest again this year. She is standing with Trinity B. a local winner with her poster that will headed to Lincoln to be judged by other students across the state. The 2nd place CIS student was Taylor K. in 3rd Grade. Congratulations to both students!
Book ProjectsThe Big Idea for Unit 2 in reading is: "What can animals teach us?" Each student in my reading group had to pick out a chapter book that had an animal as either the main character or an animal played an important role in the story. We are now choosing which projects we will complete. Each child must pick two of the nine projects and will then give a presentation on their book. The presentations will be in two weeks. Below is their Choice Board.
**The Intermediate and Primary buildings will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 31st-November 4th. During Red Ribbon Week we encourage students and staff to wear clothing for the theme of the day. This year's themes are as follows:Monday, Oct. 31st Put a scare on drugs - Bring your costume for the afternoon activities. CIS will walk to Crest View Care Center at 2:00pTuesday, Nov. 1st You be crazy to do drugs - hair and socksWednesday, Nov. 2nd Jump away from drugs - Wear red and jumping shoesThursday, Nov.