Parents: Please encourage your junior to access this paid ACT online prep! Different courses at Chadron High School align to content specific portions of the ACT, but we do not have a formal class that prepares students for any specific test, including the ACT. As Mrs. Watson states, "A strong ACT is the single best way to earn scholarships..."
(email to all juniors in October)
From Sidney High School:
This year in order to keep our facilities operating while keeping attendance at/under 50%, we are going to use an online ticket system. There will be an option to print for those who want hard copies of their tickets. Also, for those who want to scan in with their phones, we will be able to accommodate. Tickets will need to be ordered through the links. Spectators will pay after they've been checked in on site. Please get this communicated!!!
Chadron Public Schools CoVid Dial
VIRTUAL FAFSA COMPLETION DAY
FOR STUDENTS FROM CHADRON
EducationQuest Foundation, a free non-profit organization is available to help you complete and file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
DATE: November 11 & 12, 2020
An appointment is needed and call be scheduled by calling EducationQuest at 800-666-3721.
ITEMS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Hope this letter finds each of you and your families off to a great school year!
We are writing to let you know that the required school health screenings will be held on November 3rd and 4th. The schedule will be as follows:
November 3rd morning- High School (10th - 11th grades)
November 3rd afternoon - Intermediate School (3rd - 4th)
November 4th morning - Primary School (K - 2nd)
November 4th afternoon - Middle School (6th - 7th)
Here are the rules that we play by. Chadron Public Schools has been fortunate to avoid large quarantines already due to practicing the protocols approved by our public health district.
But, we'll say it again...
No matter your opinion on masks, health, science, politics, etc. ...wearing a face mask will prevent larger numbers of quarantines so we can keep students (and staff) in school and participating in activities. Thank you for your support!
Attention, Cardinals! Homecoming is next week! CHS Student Council has worked hard to deliver the best Homecoming experience this year. Don't miss any of the fun festivities taking place from September 21st to the 25th!
Homecoming Kick Off/Burning of the C (Monday, Sept. 21 @ 5:30p)
We are happy to announce that CHS will be holding the “Burning the C” event again! It will take place Monday, September 21st, at 5:30 p.m.. The C will be burned in the high school parking lot.
Homecoming Dress-Up Days
WELCOME TO 5 BULLET FRIDAY!
The Chadron High School Cardinal Counseling Department is excited to share our 5 Bullet Friday Newsletter for the 2019-20 school year! Each week we will be providing readers with five facts, tips or tricks to help make the school year a success academically, emotionally, and socially!
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High School Book Fair dates: Sept. 14, 2020 – Sept. 18, 2020
Shopping hours: 7:40-3:40 in the high school library.
We also invite you to visit our Online Fair at: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/chadronmiddleschool. Our Online Fair is available from September 8 to September 15.
September 11, 2020
To: Students, Parents, & Guardians
Re: Free Meals
Greetings Chadron Public Schools Parents, Patrons, and Students:
Chadron Public Schools qualified to receive free thermometers for our families and staff. The thermometers were purchased through a Nebraska grant using Keno funds. The free thermometers were distributed to CHS students today (9/11/20). Please read the attached documents before using the thermometer.
Chadron Public Schools has been proud to work with the iloveuguys Foundation to provide clear, plain, standard responses to emergency events. The Standard Response Protocol (SRP) has undergone a couple of changes in the past year. One is the change from the term "Lockout" to "Secure". 'Lockout' was too similar in sound as 'Lockdown' so the term was switched to maintain a clear understanding of the difference. The other change is the addition of "Hold", which simply asks students and staff to remain in their rooms during class.