Ever wonder how to attract birds to your back yard? The wildlife science class during their bird unit designed an experiment to determine just that. The class created five types of feeders to be tested.
Oil spills and the effects on birds
They'll play Pierce this Thursday at 1:00mst at the Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln.
Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a team of filmmakers on a mission to showcase positive stories from Nebraska’s public schools. Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a campaign funded by the Sherwood Foundation. The group was guided to Chadron Public School after they asked the Nebraska Department of Education to recommend some schools that do a good job with individualized learning.
Please take a few minutes to fill out the Chadron Public Schools Technology Survey. The results of this survey will be used to envision future technology enhancements for our school district. Your name will be entered into a drawing for some great prizes after the survey is completed. However, you may choose to complete the survey anonymously.
Thank you for the many ways that you support Chadron Public Schools.
The Envirothon is open to all 9-12th grade students and encourages high school students to learn more about the natural environment. The contest challenges students’ knowledge on aquatics, forestry, wildlife, range, soils, land use and natural resource policy or issues and one special topic of national interest. Five-member teams compete in a setting where they learn that cooperation is needed to achieve success.
(The following is submitted by our partners at the Panhandle Mental Health Center)
(Submitted by Carolyn Hinrichs, CHS Student Liaison)
Dear Students and Parents,
A Chadron High School student is among 23 students throughout Nebraska who have been nominated by U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) to attend one of the nation’s military academies. Elizabeth Darnell from Chadron has been nominated by Senator Fischer to attend the U.S. Military Academy and U.S. Naval Academy.
(Submitted by CHS student, Sydney Blome)
On Tuesday, January 14, 2014, Mr. Bradley’s anatomy class did a lab investigating blood pressure and pulse rates. Students worked in groups of two using an automatic sphygmomanometer, a device which measures blood pressure, and in this case, pulse, too.
Engineering students from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology visited Chadron High School today. CHS physics and advanced math classes participated in several hands-on learning engineering projects. Groups of students were given different projects to problem solve creations of paper constructions as well as the opportunity for all students to assemble and disassemble a steel bridge.