First Day of School Schedule!Here's a quick review of the high school schedule for our first day of school.
- 7:55 - 8:30 General Assembly for all Students in Auditorium
- 8:30 - 9:30 Block 1
- 8:30 - 8:58 1A
- 9:03 - 9:30 1B
- 9:35 - 10:35 Block 2
- 10:40 - 11:40 Block 3
- 11:40 - 12:20 Lunch
- 12:20 - 1:30 Block 4
Friday, August 15
To receive an iPad, each student must attend one of the Digital Legacy programs with a parent or guardian. The program takes about 20-30 minutes.
If these dates do not work for any student, an appointment can made after August 18th.
These reminders are sent directly from me (Mr. Mack) for special reminders or notifications affecting the high school. Examples include: special program times, school cancellations, and schedule or activity changes.
Aug 4th @ 6p- Freshman and New Student Orientation with iPad deploymentAug 5th @ 6p - iPad deployment to all returning students (must attend with a parent/guardian)
Graduation will be streamed live online.
Click the icon on the school website at www.chadronschools.org for the link.
(Live stream will be active Saturday, May 10th.)
Chadron HS Graduation
Saturday, May 10, 2014
1:00pm @ CHS Gym
Class colors: Red, Black & Silver
Class flower: Red Rose tipped w/ silver
The last day of school is moved one day earlier to: Monday, May 19th 11:30am Dismissal!School and Community Picnic @ 12:00pm
Since we only missed one day of school (due to snow) this year, we will be able to dismiss school one day early!
We're about to get VERY busy!!!
Thu May 1 7p Choir Concert
Sat May 3 7p Prom
Sun May 4 7p Baccalaureate
Mon May 5 7p Honor's Night
Tue May 6 7p Band Concert
Wed May 7 SENIOR'S LAST DAY! 8-9am Senior Check-out 9am School starts for grades 9-11
Sat May 10 1p Graduation
Mon May 19 Student's Last Day of School!
Twenty-three Chadron High seniors have earned President's Academic Excellence Awards. The honor requires a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5, coupled with a standardized test score in the 90th percentile in either English or mathematics on a nationally recognized test. The certificates and pins were presented during the annual Kiwanis program on April 24th.
The honorees are:
On Wednesday, April 23rd, over 14 schools from the North part of District Six converged in Alliance to participate in the District Music Contest. Many people commonly think of district music contest as a competition. In fact, there are no awards for 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place, instead nine judges gather to give performers and performing groups a “Rating”. The following system is used to rate individual and groups of performers:
I – Superior, II – Excellent, III – Good, IV – Fair, V – Needs Improvement.
LtoR Jayden Garrett, Alex Lutz, Logan LembkeMrs. Brenda Budler entered her Personal Finance students into an online statewide competition sponsored by the Nebraska Council on Economic Education. This year, one team made up of Logan Lembke, Logan Gimeson and Jayden Garrett placed in the top five for the western Nebraska region. With the honors of placing in the top 5 out of 76 teams, they were invited to compete at the regional level in Kearney, NE on April 19th.