Chadron High School is one of the featured schools in the new Nebraska Loves Public Schools film to be released this September. The film highlights the unique story of families from the Marshall Islands that have moved to Chadron and enrolled their children in Chadron Public Schools.

Click here to register for the film's premier on September 27th in the Student Center Ballroom on the CSC campus.


DESCRIPTIONJoin Nebraska Loves Public SchoolsNews Channel Nebraska and Chadron Public Schools for a live screening of the new immigrant and refugee documentary, Seeds of Hope, 12 p.m. September 27. The film features students and teachers from Chadron Public Schools and immediately following the film there will be a community conversation led by the school and film participants.
Watch the film trailer: seedsofhopefilm.org
11:30 AM - Doors Open12:00 PM - Film Screening + Community Conversation
• FILM SYNOPSIS •
Created by Nebraska Loves Public Schools, Seeds of Hope explores how schools welcome and educate immigrant and refugee families as they start their lives over in America. Follow Nebraska’s newcomer students: the inconceivable trauma and tribulations of their past, the perseverance to succeed in the present, and their hopes for a brighter future through quality education.
In select theaters September 13, at iloveps.org September 15.

Special thanks to Chadron Public Schools for its support of this program. 

• ABOUT THE LIVE FORUM •This film and its accompanying panel discussion are part of a special event series between News Channel Nebraska and Nebraska Loves Public Schools. The event is free and open to the public. The event will also bring together community partners to connect parents, teachers, and community members with the efforts to increase empathy and awareness for our families in our school communities. The goal of this event series encourages others to continue support for public schools.•••
Nebraska Loves Public Schools is made possible by The Sherwood Foundation. ©Nebraska Loves Public Schools, Inc. 2017
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Mr. Mack