FBLA NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE QUALIFIERS
FOR BALTIMORE, MARYLANDGrace Sorenson - Emerging Business Issues - 1st out of 15 Teams Mrs. Brenda Budler - Advisor of the Year for the State of Nebraska
Award WinnersE-Business (20 Teams) - Aubree Noble, Brooklyn Stack & Hunter Hawk - 6th Place out 60 Teams
Job Interview (297 Students) - Brooklyn Stack - 6th Place out of 297 Students Aubree Noble - Honorable Mention - Top 4%
Business Communications (549 Students) - Hunter Hawk - Honorable Mention - Top 4%
Who’s Who in Nebraska FBLA - Aubree Noble
Chadron High School teacher, Brenda Budler, was awarded the 2018 Nebraska FBLA Advisor of the Year during last week's State FBLA Convention.
Mrs. Budler is in her 16th year of teaching Business and Foods classes at Chadron High School. She co-sponsors the Chadron High School FBLA Chapter with Renae Noble.
Weather drastically limited the number of schools attending the 2018 Chadron State College Scholastic Day Contest. However, Chadron High School students did another amazing job at the contest, especially considering that 35 other students are competing at the State FFA contest in Lincoln, 12 are competing at the State FBLA contest in Omaha, and a few others are competing at the State National History Day contest in Lincoln ...all at the same time!
Check out the new video series that we've partnered with the Chadron Record on! 'On The Record' will be a regular video series to promote communication with school and other community officials.
In the debut video, Chadron Record reporter Brandon Davenport visits with Chadron High School Principal Jerry Mack about school communication efforts.
Students: Get your rest, and eat a good breakfast for the first day back from break!
The first day back from Easter break is the state-wide ACT paper & pencil test for all juniors as part of the new state accountability assessments. We realize that the first day back from a four-day break was not the best choice by the state for a testing day, but every other high school deals with the same issue.
On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM, there is a planned, nationwide, 17-minute voluntary school
walkout for students to show solidarity with the victims of school violence. Chadron Public School (CPS)
students who choose to participate in the walkout will be allowed to do so and parents are more than
welcomed to join their child. The 17 minute walkout honors the 17 fatalities of the recent school tragedy in
The Chadron community is invited to attend the second strategic planning meeting to be held at the high school library on March 14th @ 6:30p. The meeting will focus on Chadron Public Schools Activities.
The 2018 driver's education classes held at Chadron High School will begin May 30th. Online registration begins March 1st.Students must have a DMV-issued permit to take this class.
Chadron Driver Education is offered at Chadron High School on the following dates: Tuesday, May 30 through June 2nd (8:00am - 1:30p)
On-Street Driving: Arranged at the mutual convenience of the students and instructor
I've been trying to keep up with the many reactions to the school tragedy in Parkland, Florida. The national response has created many discussions and possibly some changes in state and federal laws. As policy makers continue their discussions, schools have been dealing with increased threats of violence, often by students who claim to be 'joking'. I thought this article by the KSB Law Firm in Nebraska was worth sharing to address this topic. (KSB Blog)
National History Day is an educational program devoted to the learning of history.
Recently, students chose a topic related to the annual theme (“Conflict and Compromise in History”) and conducted extensive research using both primary and secondary sources.
After analyzing and drawing conclusions abouttheir topics’ significance in history, they presented their work in an original project. The district contest was held March 2, 2018 at Chadron State College.
The 3rd Quarter ends with a 1:30p dismissal next Wednesday, March 7, 2018.
Report cards will be prepared and sent home the week following spring break.
Parents: please remind your students to turn in any missing work before the end of the quarter.
There will be no school next Thursday and Friday (March 8 & 9) for Spring Break.
(Emailed letter to the students of CHS by Mr. Mack)
CHS senior standout Hunter Hawk has been selected as a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship to be offered in 2018. Hunter is the son of Jason and Amy Hawk.