Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
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.
Congratulations to Kolby Denke and Marlee Pinnt! You have "rocketed" through their subtraction facts and made it to the Milky Way!
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!
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.
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 from some great prizes after the survey is completed however, you may choose to complete the survey anonymously.
Mrs. Hoffman's ClassroomWe have been studying rocks and fossils and last week we were lucky to have a visit from Barb Beasley, a paleontologist from the Forest Service, visit us and bring samples of fossils. She talked to us about fossils and showed us samples of fossils found at Toadstool Park and other places. She taught us about invertebrates, vertebrates, and plants that can be found in fossil form. She showed us a model of a giant pig's skull that lived in this area millions of years ago.
Skype to North Carolina
Mrs. Anderson's class started a PenPal project this year where they wrote letters to a group of students somewhere in the US. They told their penpals about themselves, facts about Nebraska (without mentioning we were Nebraska), and then asking questions they wanted to know the answers to about their penpals.
Mrs. Piercy's ClassroomFourth grade students took the Nebraska State Writing Test last week. Much time was taken preparing for this test, and the students worked hard as they applied what they had learned on the actual test. On Thursday, we had pop and popcorn to celebrate their hard work. Everyone agreed that hard work, done well, feels good!
Clubs began on January 14th. Students choose from a variety club choices. They participate in a club for a six week session. This year we are offering two six week sessions. Choices this session were: skate club, geology, poetry, Lego machine club, robotics, card sharks and crestview crew. Clubs seems to be very popular at CIA. If you have an idea for a club you would like to lead next session, be sure to contact CISASP via e-mail. [email protected]. Parent participation is appreciated.