Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
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Chadron High School Blog: CPS At-Home Learning Program - FAQs: With the new CPS At-Home Learning Program , we want to provide an opportunity to address some frequently asked questions (FAQs). 1) How do I...
At-Home Learning ProgramChadron Public Schools will be providing students and families an in-home learning option through the CPS At-Home Learning Program. Families who choose to place their child(ren) into the CPS At-Home Learning Program will be required to remain in the program for at least one semester to ensure continuity of learning. Students who participate in the CPS At-Home Learning Program will not be eligible to participate in extracurricular or after school activities.
First Day of School Moved to Monday, August 17th
With the many changes to the procedures of school due to Covid-19 concerns,
Chadron Public Schools will spend two extra days with teachers for training and
preparations before students arrive. Pending School Board approval at the next
regular meeting, the first day of school for students will be moved to August 17th.
No announcement has been made whether it will be a full day or 1:15 dismissal.
CHADRON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (3rd & 4th)2020-2021 Suggested Student Supply ListTHIRD GRADEFOURTH GRADEMrs. Carrick, Mr. Gregory, Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. OlsonMrs. Garcia, Mrs. Grant, Mrs.
*****ATTENTION: CIS STUDENTS*****
SCIENCE CAMP DEADLINE EXTENDED
UNTIL MAY 27, 2020
There will be three weeks of great science activities--you will be provided
with all the materials you need to complete the fun at home! See the
registration form for more information. Available for 2019-2020 3rd & 4th graders.
Add a little science to your summer Covid19 Style - “Drive Through Science Camp.” We will be providing science kits with activities in physical, life, and earth science. Our plan is in the works, so we do not have all the details ironed out. We will provide more information when we do--our only guarantee right now is that it will be FUN! We will be providing instructions, videos, and the necessary supplies to complete the activities at home.
Students/ParentsAt the end of 4th grade I have students come up with their "sentence" about how they would like us to remember them as they move on to the middle school. It's always a special time for me since I have had most of them for 5 years and they feel like part of my family after all that time.
This year is a little different obviously, but I would still like to make an attempt to have students record videos at home to see if we still make a video this year.
Parents and Students and Staff
If you haven't already filled out the new Remote Learning Survey, please do. Parents were sent out a link via "Remind". Teachers are sharing out to students during their lessons.
2020 CHADRON PUBLIC SCHOOLSINTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SUMMER SCIENCE CAMPCOVID19 STYLEAdd a little science to your summer Covid19 Style - “Drive Through Science Camp.” We will be providing
science kits with activities in physical, life, and earth science. Our plan is in the works, so we do not have all
the details ironed out. We will provide more information when we do--our only guarantee right now is that it
will be FUN! We will be providing instructions, videos, and the necessary supplies to complete the activities
In honor of this, Chadron's chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby, a nonpartisan, volunteer organization, is encouraging everyone to gather online. They are sponsoring “Uniting from Home” on Sat. 4/25, 11 am MDT(12 CDT/1pm EDT) for the incredibly inspiring keynote speaker, Dr.
THE NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ANNOUNCES 2020 GRANTS FOR COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERSAfterschool and summer programs will soon be available at three new sites in Nebraska. The State Board of Education approved $1.2 million in federal grants for 21st Century Community Learning Centers at the State Board of Education meeting on April 3.