Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
We will be meeting Monday (April 28 @ 3:15) in the library to discuss the end of the year activities. In the past parents have helped to make the last day of school a lot of fun by helping out with "Fun Stations". If you are interested in helping out or have some fresh ideas, then please come to the meeting. If you can't make it at that time, but would like to help out please let any of the teachers or the office know and we will add you to the list.
Mrs. Dickey's ClassroomDuring the months of March and April, parents have joined with us to do "Math Madness." They have visited our classrooms to talk to us about how they use math in their jobs and careers. It has been very educational, informational, but most of all fun! Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedules to share your lives with us!
The great work just keeps coming in. The kids are proud of the work they have put in on their pillows. The after school program at CIS is a great place to learn new skills!
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.
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.
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!
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!