On June 6, 2023, at 9:00 AM, a meeting conducted by Chadron Public Schools will take place at Chadron Public Schools Central Office.
Chadron Middle School will begin spring assessments on April 4th and continue through the first week of May. Therefore, it is important for students to attend school and be on time for testing to ensure they don't miss additional class time for make-up tests.
Please contact Mr. Dressel at 432-0708 or [email protected] if you have any questions.
Chadron Middle School will have a noon dismissal on Friday, March 24th, to host our annual scholastics meet. The games will begin at 12:10 in the Chadron Middle School building. All are welcome to attend and support our students.
The end of the 3rd quarter is March 7th, 2023. There is no school on 3/8-3/10 for spring break. School will resume on 3/13.
Due to continued snow, wind, and cold Chadron Public Schools will have a 10:00 am start tomorrow, February 23, 2023. We will continue to monitor the situation. Stay warm
Due to the hazardous weather moving into the area, including snow, wind, and frigid temperatures, Chadron Public Schools will not have school tomorrow, February 22, 2023. Please stay safe and warm!
The 7th and 8th grade boys basketball game vs. Gordon-Rushville has been cancelled due to the school closure in the Gordon-Rushville school district. As of now, no make up date has been scheduled.
Due to the weather forecast, the 7th and 8th-grade boys basketball tournament in Valentine tomorrow (1/28) has been cancelled. The tournament will not be made up.
Chadron Middle School's fall assessment schedule starts next Tuesday, August 30th, with the NSCAS (Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System) test. This is the first year Chadron Middle School will fully participate in the new NSCAS growth model, which means 5th-8th grade students will take a benchmark assessment in math and English in the fall, progress monitoring assessments in the winter, and end with the regular summative assessments in math, English, and science in the spring.
August 18th is the first day of school, and we can't wait to see our students! Classes begin at 8:00, and students will be let into the building at 7:45 to get their schedules and grab breakfast before heading to class. We will run a 1:30 dismissal schedule on Thursday and Friday this week.
Earlier this week, the NE Department of Education released the names of schools that were awarded NE 21st Century Community Learning Centers Continuation grants. We were excited to learn that Chadron Middle and Primary Schools were approved for $100,000 per year. The continuation grants are on a 5-year grant cycle and fund our After School Programs.
The state NHD contest was held Saturday, April 9, at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Chadron Middle School had 2 students who placed at the state contest. Matthew Sorenson and Samuel Kahl place 2nd in the group website category. The name of their project is: Debate and Diplomacy in the Cuban Missile Crisis. They will compete in the national contest in June. In addition, Josephine Werner also won the Schwalb Center for Israel & Jewish Studies. The title of her project is: The Use of Animation as Propaganda in WWII.
It's springtime, which means CMS is gearing up to begin NSCAS (Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System) and MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) assessments. Students take these assessments every spring, and the results are used as a standardized measure for academic growth, and to meet accountability requirements.