Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Mr. Bill Cogdill
We are six weeks into the 4th quarter of school and we have had 1 dozen students conquer the Read Across Nebraska Challenge! This week, we had 4 students turn in their bookmarks. We paste them upon our wall representing the drive across our great state! We are proud of the reading they have done and continue to do. We are also excited to find out who will be the next readers to reach the Wall of Fame!Audrey's favorite book was: Mr.
CIS students are really digging the garden! Actually, we just got our seeds planted. Kids got to choose but the most popular plants were beans-sorry mom-very few peas!
#8#ChadronCardinals #readacrossnebraska Josephine loves to read books from the public library as well as the schools. She is working really hard to finish The Tale of Despereaux before its due date! Congratulations Josephine!
Breaking Ground on the Garden! Earth Day Work Day is April 21st!!
Congratulations to Emmerson- She Read Across Nebraska!
450 Pages=450 MilesEmmerson is a 3rd Grader in Mrs. Hoffman's classroom. She is the 2nd CIS student to complete the challenge, but the first in her grade. She read over 450 pages in about 3 weeks. As you can see on her bookmark-She loves to read!
Students were challenged this quarter to read for 450 minutes or pages to represent 450 miles across Nebraska. Vrasai Read Across Nebraska! She was the first to complete this challenge. Who will be next? Congratulations Vrasai!#ChadronCardinals Vrasai is a 4 grader in Mrs.
Fourth Grade students at Chadron Intermediate School participated in the 2018 Americanism Essay contest again this year. Topics change each year but include: Why we should respect America!-as part of the learning outcome. Pictured from left to right are: Brooklynn Hoffman, Shelby Fry, Luis Mata, Anastashia Gartner, Nakota Lame, and Hayden Byrd.
Chadron Intermediate School will participate in a lockdown drill on Monday morning (March 12th). It is important to practice for all types of emergencies so that all stakeholders know the procedures. No-one will be allowed in or out of the building during that time. We will have local law enforcements on site to help with this drill along with other first responders.
On March 14, 2018 at 10 AM, there is a planned, nationwide, 17-minute voluntary school walkout to
show solidarity with the victims of school shootings. Chadron Public School (CPS) students who choose
to participate in the walkout will be allowed to do so and parents are more than welcomed to join their child.
CPS is not organizing the walkout; however, school staff will provide student supervision during the walkout
Chadron Public Schools will have an early dismissal tomorrow, March 7th.
Students and Staff will be on Spring Break (March 8-11). School begins again on Monday, March 12th.
Enjoy some quality time with your family!
Chadron Intermediate is out first: 1:15!