The High School sports physicals are scheduled for Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 7am in the High School Gym/locker room area.
Everyone is invited to join us in a yearly strategic planning meeting for the K-12 Fine Arts program.
Fine Arts Vision/Strategic Planning Meeting Wednesday, May 1, 2019 in Central Office Conference Room @ 5:30 PM. Everyone welcome to attend. ~Dr. Winchester, CPS Superintendent
(Submitted by CHS Senior, Mackenzie Scoggan)
On March 27th the Anatomy and Physiology class took a trip down to Main Street Dental. There we met with Kiya Stack. She talked to us about the occupation, the education needed, along with a tour of the office. She also showed us machinery that is used that helps detect any problems a patient may have.
Kiya explained the occupation very well. She described that any and all dental work is interesting and
always entertaining. Dental hygienists use many types of tools to do their job. They clean and polish
Help raise $10,000 to support Nebraska Flood Relief EffortsThrough sales of our Nebraska Strong shirts, we've raised nearly $10,000 to support The American Red Cross of Nebraska and Southwest Iowa flood relief efforts.
It's no surprise Nebraskans have stepped up for our communities and we've been overwhelmed by the support of this fundraiser. With your help, we'll reach our new goal of raising $10,000 for relief efforts.
(Submitted by CHS Sophomore, Jameson Margetts)
On Monday, April 1st, the students of Mr. Bradley’s Advanced Biology class took part in a turtle
dissection. After the students completed their chapter on reptiles, they split up into groups of two or three
and dissected a painted turtle. The students began by examining the external anatomy of the turtle. This
included the feeling the dorsal shell, exploring the mouth and its organs, and counting how many scutes
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Grace Sorenson, Mande Wollesen, Jameson Margetts - Emerging Business Issues - 2nd out of 21 TeamsPatrick Rust, Shawn Garvin - Management Information Systems - 3rd out of 10 teamsMicah Stouffer - Business Law - 4th out of 212 Students
CHS National History Day
National History Day is an educational program devoted to the learning of history. Last fall, students chose a topic related to the annual theme (“Triumph and Tragedy”). and conducted extensive research using both primary and secondary sources. After analyzing and drawing conclusions about their topics’ significance in history, they presented their work in an original project. The district contest was held March 1st at Chadron State College and on April 6th, the state competition was held in Lincoln.
What do you think our students should know about social studies?
The Nebraska Department of Education has released a draft of the Nebraska Social Studies Standards and would love to hear from you! The standards provide the framework for what students are expected to know about social studies, and your feedback will help make improvements to the standards before they are adopted. The survey should take less than ten minutes to complete for each grade level selected.
Become a QPR GatekeeperLearnQPR for Suicide Prevention
QPR is not intended to be a form of counseling or treatment. QPR is intended to offer hope through positive action. QPR is intended to teach those who are in a position to recognize
the warning signs, clues and suicidal communications of people in
trouble to ACT vigorously to prevent a possible tragedy.
(Submitted by CHS Senior, Taurie Pourier)
On March 19th the Anatomy and Physiology class took a trip to the Occupational Therapy department in
the hospital. There we met with the occupational therapist Maddi Nitsch. She talked to us about the
occupation, the education needed, along with a tour around her office. She also showed us many tools