We have made a lot of progress towards funding the CMS Playground Project this year. In only 3-months, we have raised nearly $6000 towards our $30,000 goal. Thank you to all who have helped support this effort and we look forward to continuing progress over the summer.
Below is a list of upcoming fundraisers that will benefit the CMS Playground Project. We hope that you can come out to support a good cause.
On April 29th, Chadron Middle School's Student Council presented Mr. Dressel with a $1000 check for the CMS Playground project. The student council raised the money over the course of the school year through concession sales at school dances and the annual candy gram sale that takes place over Valentine's Day.
CMS would like to thank the student council for their generous donation to their school and for all of the hard work that they put into making CMS a great school for their fellow students.
April 22nd - CMS Track @ Girls - Scottsbluff / Boys - Gering
April 23rd - 5th-8th Grade NeSA Math Assessment (Session 1)
April 24th - 5th-8th Grade NeSA Math Assessment (Session 2)
April 26th - CMS Track @ Gering
April 29th - 5th/6th Grade MAPS Science Assessment
April 30th - 7th/8th Grade MAPS Science Assessment
May 1st - 5th/6th - MAPS Reading Assessment
Here is a link to the CMS track meet results that took place on Saturday, April 12th. The link will bring you to the CMS students' results and if you click on the CMS Track Invite link next to the event it will take you to the overall results.
Congratulations to all of the track and field athletes that participated in the meet on Saturday!
The state National History Day (N.H.D.) competition was held in Lincoln on Saturday, April 12th. Zayne Jones, Joe Matt, Hunter Hawk, Kaci Waugh, Brooklyn Stack, Anabel Gardner, Sam Rischling and JashwaAlan Cummings all qualified for the national N.H.D. competition in Washington D.C., which will take place in June. Brooklyn and Hunter took 1st place and the other six qualifiers took 2nd.
ACE CampNebraska’s NRDs are hosting the third annual Natural Resources Camp titled: Adventure Camp about the Environment (ACE) ACE is open to 6th-8th graders who have completed 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the 2013-2014 school year and want to learn more about natural resources and have an adventure at camp. The camp is structured around the six areas of Envirothon. The six areas campers will learn more about are: Aquatics, Forestry, Range and Grassland, Wildlife, Soils and Land, and Policy.
April 16th - 5th-8th Grade NeSA Reading Assessment - During Reading Classes
April 16th - CMS Track @ Alliance
April 17th - 7th and 8th Grade NeSA Reading Assessment - During Reading Classes
April 17th - End of Mid-Quarter - Down Slips mailed home
April 18th - No School
April 21st - No School
April 22nd - NeSA Reading Make Ups
The Morning Marathon 5K fun run/walk will take place on May 17th. Below is a link to the registration form. The entry fee, which includes a t-shirt is $5 and the run buddy entry fee, including a t-shirt is $20. Please return the completed form to Mrs. Rischling or Ms. Marshall by April 25th.
Submitted by Mrs. Kaus:
Below is a photo of the American Legion Auxiliary Essay contest winners. 7th and 8th grade students were asked to write an essay on the following prompt: "How can I show my pride in being an American?" Abby Hyer and MiaKayla Koerber tied for 2nd place. Evelyn McEwen was this year's winner.
Meet the crew behind Nebraska Loves Public Schools and watch their latest film, "Ready for Kindergarten." After the film, stick around and learn more about their trip to Chadron, their past films, and their upcoming stories.
March 24th - 8th Graders work on high school schedules with Mrs. Hinrichs: All Day in English
March 25th - 5th/6th Graders take MAPS-Language Usage assessment
March 25th - 7th/8th Grade Science Night - 5:30-6:30 - CMS Library
March 26th - 7th/8th Graders take MAPS-Language Usage assessment
March 27th - MAPS-Language Usage Makeup
Submitted by Kristol Cummings
Members of the 7th Grade Quiz Bowl Team are: Back row, left to right: Paige Carratini, Maggie Hughes, Erin Kadlecheck, Katie Lewin, Madison Cogdill, Clark Riesen, Front row: Abigail Hyer, Claire Margetts, Mandelin Wollesen, Sydney Brown, Hailey Watson, Jay Milburn, Kaylie Elliott
The team competed in Chadron on March 19 and in Banner County March 21.
On March 19th, Chadron Middle School hosted it's 3rd annual Quiz Bowl competition. Schools that were in attendance included: Chadron, Sidney, Bridgeport, Hay Springs, Morrill, Gordon/Rushville, Gering, and Mitchell. Participating students engaged in three rounds of academic competition that tested their knowledge in math, history, geography, current events, science, fine arts, English, and sports.
It's testing season and at the middle school level that means standardized assessments in Reading, Math, English, and Science. Over the next 7-weeks, students at CMS will take the Measures of Academic Progress (MAPs) tests in Reading, Math, Language Usage, and Science as well as NeSA tests in Reading, Math, and Science. Please take a moment to review the testing schedule and note which days your student(s) will be testing.
Submitted by Washington D.C. Group
The Washington D.C. group is having a contest to design the t-shirt the group will get for the trip. If you are interested in designing a t-shirt for the Washington D.C. group, please turn in a design to the CMS office by April 21st. The group will then vote on their favorite design and have t-shirts made!
Students, staff, parents and friends are invited to join the fun as we begin the 4th Annual Morning Marathon Club! We will meet before school, Mondays through Fridays on the high school track to walk/jog/run supervised ¼ mile laps. Our first day will be March 17, 2014. We will NOT meet March 19, April 18 & 21, due to no school on those days. Mark your calendars for our finale with the Panhandle Run for Youth on May 17, 2014! Miles will be collected individually for every participant. The first day each student participates, s/he will receive a MMC wristband.