Chadron Intermediate School

450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
(308) 432-0717
(308) 432-0715

Daily School Schedule

Regular Dismissal

7:50AM - 3:05PM

1:30 Dismissal

7:50AM - 1:15PM

Quilts/Pillows/&Sewing

CIS students proudly display the quilts they made during the after-school program's Quilting Club.  Thank you Mrs. Eliason and Mrs. Cogdill for the great help and patience.

Mrs. Piercy's Fourth Grade: Jump Rope for Heart Champions!

Mrs. Piercy's Fourth Grade: Jump Rope for Heart Champions!: Mrs. Piercy's class collected the most donations for Jump Rope for Heart.  This amazing group of students raised over $1600 for the Hear...

Technology Integration in Title 1

LAS: Technology Integration in Title 1: "All students will improve vocabulary in all content areas" was Chadron Intermediate's NCA goal.  These are ways that technolo...

Zander Rocks the House!

Zander completed his Math with flying colors!


CMS Track Results

CMS Track Fans

Click Here for results of the updated 2014 season.

Another example of the great students we have!


Natalie passed the last level in  Rocket math.  She completed the rocket and made it to the Milky Way! 
 Congratulations, Natalie!  
Whats next Physics?Which 3 numbers have the same answer whether they’re added or multiplied together? Answer: 1, 2 and 3.

Math Stars

Congratulations to the following 3rd grade students for making it to the top  in their Math Facts.  We are very proud of you and the hard work you have done to master your math facts!
Chris 
Jazzlyn 

Instructional Model

Teachers across the district (PreK-12th grade) are discussing the AdvancED recommendations of developing an instructional model.  We have chosen the Charlotte Danielson Model of instruction.  We will discuss the rationale for this choice along with the Big Picture of this model including the 4 domains and their 22 elements,the Essential 8, and how this ties in with the Nebraska Frameworks.

Another Math Whiz!Forest

Another Math Whiz!

Forest passed the last level in the subtraction Rocket math.  He completed the rocket and made it to the Milky Way! 
 Congratulations, Forest!  
Its on to multiplication practice now!

Endangered Species

CHS students shared their Endangered Species Projects they have been working on.  They shared with 3rd and 4th grade students during library time.  In 4th grade, we do our own research on endangered species so this will give our 3rd grade students some great ideas for next year.  
Thank you CHS for teaching us about Endangered Species! Out of 63,000 species of animals and plants surveyed, more than 19,000 could become extinct!

Math Madness

When will I ever need to know this?  Why do I need to learn Math?  Will I every use this?

Kids ask these questions all the time but now we have a great answer- Ask Your Parents!  

March Birthdays!

Thanks Mrs. B and Creative Dining for the Birthday Cupcakes!
3rd Grade March Birthdays:  Johonna, Dylan,  Aiden and Shawn
4th Grade March Birthdays:Peyton, Henry, Parker, Luke, Duane and Trey

3rd Quarter Perfect Attendance

Perfect Attendance Awards are earned by not missing any school and having 2 or less tardies in the quarter!3rd Grade Perfect Attendance
Front row:  Zailey, Kyra, Emma, Brad, Mayzie
Back row:  Hailey, Marlee, Naomie, Cassandra, Seth, Vance, Thomas
Not pictured:  Austin, Laney, Xander

Poster Contest!

Riley Ambrose was the 3rd grade winner!Marlee Pinnt was the 4th grade winner!

Brush Up Day

Jenelle Hansen from Panhandle Public Health discussed taking care of our teeth. Mr. Dirty Mouth forgot to brush!
Kids were given a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a timer to remember how long to brush.

Third Quarter in Review

Third quarter was a busy one in fourth grade.  Students prepared for and took the statewide writing test. Mrs, Swinney talked to them about NASA and helped them build and launch their own rockets.  Mr. Horst had them skyping with a class in Texas.  Flat Stanley, a character from a book by the same name, came to visit.  He belonged to Mrs. Piercy's nephew from Illinois.  He "helped" students take a math test. 

Rocket Math!

Congratulations to Kolby Denke and Marlee Pinnt!  You have "rocketed" through their subtraction facts and made it to the Milky Way!

What is the Weather Like Outside?

Students discussed the weather with Chris Fankhauser recently.  As a self-proclaimed "Weather Nerd", she helped explain some of the "Terminology"  used in her job with 3rd grade students.  We are enjoying the current weather and hope to do without any more freezing cold.  Thanks Chris for visiting our classroom!

Super Mathematicians

Congratulations to Makinley, Sophia, Alisyn, and Xander!  They have "rocketed" through their subtraction facts and made it to the Milky Way!

Read Across America

NEA's Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.  The 8th grade Chadron Middle School students read to 4th graders at CIS on Friday to celebrate Read Across America Day.

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