Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Mr. Bill Cogdill
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!
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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 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:
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.
Math MadnessWe love March! This is a month where the Fourth Grade teachers ask parents to speak to the students about how they use math in their daily lives. The students learned about paying taxes the first day. The pictures on this blog show a mother teaching the students how to find the diameter of a tree without cutting the tree down;)
Money "Math Madness!"On March 25th, our guests for "Math Madness" were Tony Denke and Caitlin Spencer from First National Bank North Platte. They came to talk to us about what services a bank has to offer and how to balance our money.
3rd Quarter Perfect Attendance with 2 or less Tardies.3rd Grade - Regan Anderson Chase Brunsch Taya Butler Lonalynn Edwin Marylynn Edwin Trey Hendrickson Peterson Jeban Cody Kahl Holliann McMann Maci Rutledge Morgan Schommer Austin Taylor Sara Weber Treyvon Weyer4th Grade - November Diers Parker Fisher Blake Hinman Glen Hinman Thomas Kaus Mayzie Murdock Forrest Parks Marlee Pinnt Xander Provance Zander Rust Gavin Sloan
"Math Madness" Continues!Our guest for "Math Madness" on March 19th was Clint Phillips, a range management specialist for the U.S. Forest Service. His job is to manage resources for sustainability, or being able to last for a long time. Part of his job involves figuring out how many cattle a rancher can put on leased land and how long they can stay there.
"Math Madness, Round 4!" On March 20th, our guest for "Math Madness" was Ted Tewahade. His presentation was prepared for the most awesome class ever! Mr. Tewahade is an IT analyst for Chadron State College. His daughter, Blaine, says he is a "computer guy." Part of his job involves purchasing new computers for the college. He determines how many new computers are needed and then uses math to make sure he is getting the best deal for the money.
We had two presentations for "Math Madness" on March 23rd. Our first speaker was Marc Fisher, a maintenance teacher at Pine Ridge Job Corps. He brought two very important tools with him, a four feet level and a tape measure. He explained why it is important to measure carefully, and with Parker's help, showed us how being off 1/4th of an inch can make a difference of almost 3 inches on an 8 foot span. He also showed us how to figure how many studs (boards) it would take to build a 20 foot wall. Studs are 16 inches apart.
Students at CIS practiced their cooperation early this week. Mr. Bach's Guidance Classes chose to help clean up the play area behind the school. During snow removal, much of the gravel was pulled out into the playground along with the snow. All their efforts resulted in a play area free of gravel. The rocks were a hazard when playing football or soccer in the area. We were also concerned that mowing the lawn would be a danger to everyone this Spring.
Monday, March 23Activity: Destination Imagination & $$ with CFCUStudents will be in three groups alternating between activities and academic/homework time. Chadron Federal Credit Union will be here for their monthly banking visit, and Quentin, The Science Guy, will be sharing his science program “Destination Imagination” Quentin will be presenting his program several times throughout the next few weeks. (30 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, March 24Activity: LAST NIGHT OF CLUBS FOR THE YEAR!Academic/Homework time first followed by Clubs from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m.