Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
The students had an exciting Friday working on Physical and Chemical Changes. Physical Change doesn't form a new substance. Chemical Change forms a new substance. We learned a lot with these hands on activities.
Signs for the newly designated school zones are now installed and speed limits will be enforced. These school zones are intended to provide a one block safety buffer around campuses. Drivers are expected to adhere to a 15 mph speed limit from 7a-5p on school days within these zones.
Student Led Parent-Teacher Conferences
February 8th, 2022
Please come at your scheduled time
February 8th is an early out day at 1:15
Sorry-There will be NO CIA this day
No School on February 11th for K-4 Students
We have been learning about chemical/physical change. Today we did a chemical change by mixing baking soda/water to create a secret message. We waited 10 minutes for it to dry and rubbed over our secret message with blackberries. The chemical reaction that occurred was revealing the secret message since a new substance was formed.
100 Days Celebration! Tomorrow will be the 100th day of school for the 21-22 school year and we are going to celebrate with some exercise! Please have your students wear active clothes as we will be doing 10 sets of 10 different exercises to celebrate and stay active! Thank you for all you have done and your support these last 100 days! Here's to a great rest of the year!
On January 14th, Ms. Schaack’s Class celebrated the different cultures inside their classroom. During Social Studies, students had been learning how different people come from different cultures. Ms. Schaack’s class then had a cultural tasting to celebrate. Students brought different foods from their culture. Some of the items students brought were from Germany, Italy, Mexico, and a Norwegian dish.
Today we celebrated National Popcorn Day with a science experiment. My students observed as the popcorn kernel heated over a candle and eventually got to the correct temperature to pop into popcorn. We watched a few videos on how popcorn is made and facts about popcorn while eating some popcorn for ourselves.
K-8th grades completed art this last quarter about the James Webb Telescope. Susan Rolfsmeier from the Chadron Public Library as well as the Chadron State College have been instrumental in getting this show all set up. The students' work will be on display at the Chadron Arts Center this weekend, Saturday January 23rd from 10am-4pm and Sunday, January 24th from 1-4pm. It is open to the public!.