Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
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!
The Chadron community is invited to attend a strategic planning meeting to be held at Central Office on Feb. 21st @ 6:30p. The meeting will focus on CPS Activities.
This strategic planning meeting will be similar to the strategic planning meetings that were held a few years ago regarding Fine Arts. The results of those meetings were fruitful and ultimately led to more music and art opportunities for our students.
Chadron Public Schools is conducting a survey in preparation for the 2018-19 Accreditation Cycle.
We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to participate. If you have a student in more than one building, it would be beneficial if a survey was completed for each. You may also pick a building of your choice and complete a survey for only that building.
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinion is appreciated.
33rd Annual-Chadron Invitational Wrestling Tournament 2018TOURNAMENT HISTORYYearWinning team and pointsYearWinning Team and pointsYearWinning Team and points1985Alliance—219 points1996Gering—225.52007Gillette—272.51986Alliance—225.51997Gering—2112008Gillette—2811987Alliance—2131998Gillette—2332009Casper Natrona—220 1988Rapid City Stevens—215.51999Gering—213.52010Gillette—253.51989Gering—183.52000Ogallala—208.52011Gillette—2871990Gering—180.52001Duel Tournament2012Gillette—1901991Scottsbluff—218.52002Alliance—206.52013Gillette—3081992Gillette—185.5 2003Gillette2014Gillette—2181993Gering—200
We will start this week off by making marshmallow blasters and playing four square in the gym. The students will document the distance that the marshmallows fly in centimeters and inches and then compare that to their predictions. On Tuesday, we will have our second day of clubs. The clubs for this month are: knitting, cards, Crestview, and book club. Crestview is lead by Agents Devin and Austyn. Knitting Club is lead by Agent Becca and Leah Gremm who is a community helper. Cards Club is lead by Agents Sabrina and Tori with the help of fourth grade teachers, Mrs. Motz and Mrs.
Dream Team Meeting
Wednesday, January 17 @ 5:30 PM in COAll are welcome
3rd Grade: Macy Bach Kael Bennett Kole Carnahan Riah Fisher Mason FryeIsaac Hartman Tristan Herbert E.J. Hudson Brylee Huffman Jsean LambMadison Landreth Carson Long Kylie Mattmiller Gage Palser Josie PatrasAlexandra Rasmussen Leanna Shumpert Hannah Sprock Maxxton StewartAdday Tewahade Annica Vargas Josephine Werner Mason Whitinger