Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
The Dawes County Museum, ESU13 and northern panhandle schools partnered again this year to bring the Historical School to third and fourth graders. Vicki Kotschwar is the school Marm in the 1880's setting.
Students practice spelling, orthography (Handwriting), math and reading. They also enjoy a lunch in a pail and get to dress the part if they wish.
Aidan, Demeil, Jacob and Wesley completed their Rocket Math and are on their way to the Milky Way. Congratulations on mastering your math facts!
Parents- Our last day of school for the entire district has been moved to the 19th of May with dismissal at 11:15 for CIS.
Due to fewer snow-days than scheduled, this is one day earlier than planned. We will send out the report cards on the Friday before. The School picnic will be held at the CHS Practice Field about 12:00-get there early.
CIS Agenda for May 19 (tentative)
8:00 School day begins like normal with activities in the classroom
8:30-9:30 Awards Ceremony in the CIS Gym (Parents and Family are invited)
We will be meeting Monday (April 28 @ 3:15) in the library to discuss the end of the year activities. In the past parents have helped to make the last day of school a lot of fun by helping out with "Fun Stations". If you are interested in helping out or have some fresh ideas, then please come to the meeting. If you can't make it at that time, but would like to help out please let any of the teachers or the office know and we will add you to the list.
Mrs. Dickey's ClassroomDuring the months of March and April, parents have joined with us to do "Math Madness." They have visited our classrooms to talk to us about how they use math in their jobs and careers. It has been very educational, informational, but most of all fun! Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedules to share your lives with us!
The great work just keeps coming in. The kids are proud of the work they have put in on their pillows. The after school program at CIS is a great place to learn new skills!
CIS students proudly display the quilts they made during the after-school program's Quilting Club. Thank you Mrs. Eliason and Mrs. Cogdill for the great help and patience.