Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Congratulations to our CIS UNWNRD.org 2020 Poster Contest Winners!!
Thanks to all of our 3-4 grade students for participating during Library Class
1st Place Grades 2-3: Kinleigh Yada, 3rd
2nd Place Grades 2-3: Jess Wild, 3rd
2nd Place Grades 4-6: Roudy Schommer, 4th
Along with their backpack program which sends meals home to needy families, the Chadron Kiwanis Organization sent home a whole Thanksgiving Meal.
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. Kiwanis helps kids around the world. Local clubs look out for our communities, and the international organization takes on large-scale challenges, such as disease and poverty.
We are so proud of our community and our Local Kiwanis members!-
Please join Us for our domino’s school night
And help to raise money for Chadron Intermediate School!
November 23rd, 2020 from **4pm-8pm**
School Night Location:
1519 west 6th St. Chadron, NE 69337
**PICKUP WINDOW AND DELIVERY ONLY**
(Lobby is currently closed)
CIA AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM
Month of November: Nov. 16-19
3:05 to 4:00 each day is sign in, hand washing/sanitizing, snack,
physical activity time
4:00-4:45 and 4:45-5:30 PM Students will be in classroom groups alternating
between activity and homework time/academic focus
Art: Miss Kenzie
Last week CIS Students and Staff recognized the importance of being a bucket filler rather than a bucket dipper. The discussions and activities were based on the book How Full is your Bucket?
The story is based on the idea that everyone has an invisible bucket and that we all need positives to fill our bucket. When someone's bucket is empty, they sometimes react in a negative or mean way. When you fill someone else's bucket, it also fills your own. Students also discussed the importance of masks and how they were feeling about the coronavirus.
Chadron Intermediate and Chadron Primary will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week Oct. 26th-30th. During Red Ribbon Week we encourage students and staff to wear clothing for the theme of the day.
This year's themes are as follows:
Monday, Oct. 26th - “Red”y to be Drug Free! - Wear as much RED as you can.
Tuesday, Oct. 27th - Sock it to Drugs - Wear crazy/mismatched socks
Wednesday, Oct. 28th - Say Peace Out to Drugs - Wear peace signs and/or tie dye
Chadron Public Schools
2020 Health Screenings
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)
Picture Retake Day is Wednesday, October 14th. If you were not here for pictures the first time, please stop by the office for a picture day order form. If you were here for pictures and did not like the outcome, bring your picture packet back on Retake Day and exchange it for a new snapshot. Questions? Call the office (308-432-0717).
We would like to Publicly thank the Chadron Rotary for once again providing our 3rd Grade
students with brand new dictionaries.
The Chadron Rotary Club gave a dictionary to every third-grade student at Chadron
Intermediate School this week as part of a nationwide initiative focused on providing
dictionaries to students across the country.
The object of the Rotary Dictionary Project is to provide third grade students a personal
September 11, 2020
To: Students, Parents, & Guardians
Re: Free Meals
Greetings Chadron Public Schools Parents, Patrons, and Students:
Thermometer Distribution Program
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 will be distributed to CIS students today (9/11/20). Please read the attached documents before using the thermometer.
Do You Know the Standard Response Protocols? 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.
Mr. Cogdill and Miss Scott would like to invite you to our first ever Title 1 Parent Meeting using Zoom.
The meeting is on Monday September 14th starting at 5:00pm.
Chadron Intermediate School