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

Mrs. Piercy's Fourth Grade: Oregon Trail Trunks!

Students have been "packing their trunks" to take to Oregon as part of our Oregon Trail studies.  We held our Oregon Trail Trunk Show on May 8th.  The students were very resourceful and did a great job!

The trunks will be on display at our Nebraska Program on Tuesday, May 12th, In the CIS gym.  We hope you can come!Mrs. Anderson's class  8:30
Mrs. Dickey's class      10:00
Mrs. Piercy's class         1:00

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Pizza with the

Pizza with the Principal - Thursday, May 14 at each lunchtime.Students with perfect attendance this year (with 2 or less tardies/quarter) and meeting their  goal in Reading, Language, and Math will have lunch with Mr. Cogdill in the Library.  3rd grade lunch is from 11:15-11:45 and 4th grade eats from 11:45-12:15.  Congratulations to all of you!

Perfect Attendance:  Regan Anderson, Peterson Jeban, Morgan Schommer, Treyvon Weyer, Parker Fisher, Thomas Kause, Gavin Sloan (7)

Last Week of CIA – Please read!!!

CHADRON INTERMEDIATE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMNOTE TO PARENTS
Last Week of CIA – Please read!!!
Thursday, May 14th will be the last days of after-school program for the school year.  We have enjoyed spending our after-school time with your students, and it has been a great year!  We plan to celebrate the last week with a CIA Team Field Mission on Wednesday, May 13th!  Thursday the 14th will be a movie and clean-up time for our students and staff.

Rereading the Reading Standards

On September 5, 2014, the State Board of Education unanimously approved the newly revised English Language Arts Standards:  2014 ELA Standards.   Teachers across the district took advantage of the recent early out to review these standards.  Their focus was to prioritize the standards according to three areas (Endurance, Leverage, and Readiness). All K-12 Reading teachers worked to complete a rubric for each area. 

CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 4, 2015

Monday, May 4, 2012Activity:  SCIENCE WITH MRS. SWINNEYStudents will be in two groups alternating between academics and activity.Tuesday, May 5, 2012Activity:  MAKE A MOTHER’S DAY TREAT FOR A LOVED ONE!Students will be in two groups alternating between activity with Mrs. Grant and academic time beginning at 4:00 p.m. (45 minutes each) Wednesday, May 6, 2012 Activity:  Country KidsThis club was a CIA favorite.  Lissa and Nina will be planning something for this day!

Americanism Essay Contest Winners

Chadron Intermediate School participated in this year's Americanism Essay Contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary.  CIS was notified earlier this week that we had received two awards for outstanding essays.  Congratulations to Demaris Kelso who received 2nd place with her essay and Gabby Twarling received 1st place on her essay.  We are proud of all the students who participated in the contest and appreciate Jeanne Dueker and the American Legion Auxiliary for sponsoring it.  

Great Plain Communication Grant Awarded

We would like to give a huge thank you to Great Plains Communication for awarding us a grant!  Brandon Horst (Our Tech Guy) applied this spring to purchase a 3D printer.  The award of $5000 will be used to purchase the printer.  

Earth Day-Activities

Thanks to the organizational efforts of Keep Chadron Beautiful's Executive Director Susan Hucke and Jackie Dailey, CIS student found a way to help their community.  Mrs. Dailey called a few weeks ago with an idea to clean up around our school, park and Crestview.  Keep Chadron Beautiful provided the trash bags and the kids provided the labor.  They had a great time, picked up a lot of trash and left things better than they were found.  It was a great lesson on community service and caring for our planet.

Thanks to all the adults that helped with this project.

CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB - FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 27, 2015

Monday, April 27thActivity:  Banking with Chadron Federal Credit Union and Doodles with Mrs. GrantBe sure to thank Brett for being a part of our after-school team.  This will be his last visit for the year.  Students will be in three groups alternating between activities and academic/homework time. (30 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, April 28thActivity: Thank you Activity with Mrs. GrantStudents will do homework first followed by an activity to thank all of those who helped make CIA special this year!

Summer Grant Application

Chadron Public Schools Foundation - Summer Grant Application.     If you interested in obtaining assistance for your summer camp plans, please stop by a school office and pick up an application.    Complete the application and return it to your school office by no later than April 30, 2015.    Grants are limited to one grant per applicant and are solely for non-athletic purposes.

Science/Tie Dye/Nachos and more at CIA-Next Week

CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB  -  FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 20, 2015Monday, April 20thActivity:  SCIENCE WITH MRS. SWINNEYStudents will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, April 21stActivity: TIE DYE WITH MISS NINAStudents will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Wednesday, April 22ndActivity:  NACHOS WITH MRS.

CIA FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 13, 2015

CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB  - FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 13, 2015Monday, April 13thActivity:  KEEP CHADRON BEAUTIFULJacki will be here with Keep Chadron Beautiful for her last monthly visit of the year!  Please be sure to thank her for being one of our partners this year!Remember Earth Day is April 22nd!!Tuesday, April 14thActivity: MAKE FRUIT PIZZA WITH MRS. GRANTStudents will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Wednesday, April 15thActivity:  CHARACTER WITH MRS.

Wanted--After School Coordinators

Chadron Public Schools After School Program Coordinators at Chadron Middle School and Chadron Intermediate School
Two After School Coordinators will direct academics, activities and services on site; supervise and assist tutors, paraprofessionals and volunteers at Chadron Intermediate and Chadron Middle School sites; coordinates with school day programs and reports to building principal and after school director. Preferably a person with professional education credentials and strong innovative teaching and teamwork skills. 

Cooperation

CooperationThe past few weeks we have been discussing cooperation in our 3rd and 4th grade classes.  Cooperation sometimes takes work and being patient with one another.  Students find out we cooperate with just about everything we do every day.

CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB - FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 6, 2015

CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB  -  FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 6, 2015Monday, April 6thNO SCHOOL – EASTER BREAKTuesday, April 7thActivity: DESTINATION IMAGINATION Students will be in three groups alternating between activities and academic/homework time.  Quentin, The Science Guy, will be sharing his science program “Destination Imagination” Quentin will be finishing up his program this week and will be here Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  Agents have activities planned for the 3rd rotation.

Engineers use Math

All Aboard for "Math Madness!""Math Madness" continued on March 31st, when our presenter was Quincy West.  Mr. West is presently a conductor on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, but he is training to be an engineer.

Math in law enforcement

"Math Madness" Behind the Badge!Our "Math Madness" guest on March 30th was Officer Mick Downing of the Nebraska State Patrol.  He shared with us how he uses math in law enforcement.  One of the ways he uses math is when he gives a ticket to someone who has broken a law.  Josie put a list of fines on the smart board.  Then Officer Downing had the students figure the fine for the "crime."  We had some pretty serious offenders with pretty hefty fines. Here is an example of how a ticket was figured:

Music on the Oregon Trail.

Monday, Donna Gunn, stopped by CIS to share with us her remarkable gifts.  Donna was sponsored by the Ne-Kota Reading Council and she did a lovely presentation on music along the Oregon trail.  Ms. Gunn is a concert pianist who travels and shares her love of music with various groups and school children.  She brought along gingham aprons, vests, and bandanas for some of the children to wear throughout her program.

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