Chadron Intermediate School

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

Daily School Schedule

Regular Dismissal

7:50AM - 3:05PM

1:30 Dismissal

7:50AM - 1:15PM

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Mr. Bill Cogdill
Intermediate School Principal

Fire Prevention Week

This week is Fire Prevention Week and CIS students enjoyed visiting with our Chadron Volunteer Fire Department members early Monday morning.  Students got a quick tour of the Rescue Squad.  We also heard about a Fire Plan and what that should look like at our homes.  Students should ask their parents where to go if their house is on fire.  They talked about alternative ways to get out of a house if it is on fire.

2016 Recycle Bowl - Sponsored by Keep Chadron Beautiful and the CSC Mens Basketball Team!

Jackie Dailey and the CSC Basketball Team talk Trash with CIS Students!Actually they were encouraging the students to RECYCLE!

CIS Student News!

CIS Student News!- This Week's updates from the kids.
These Jokes Never Get Old!
Sing Me A Song Mr. Weatherman!

Mrs. Dickey Named Teacher of the Month

Taylor Dickey of Chadron Intermediate Named Teacher of the MonthOCTOBER 6, 2016 BY  

CIS Student News!

CIS Student News for the week of October 3-7th.  
Mrs. Hoffman's Card Club!

Two Chadron Foundation Awards!

Rob Wahlstrom presented Taylor Dickey a check she had requested from the Chadron Foundation. Mrs. Dickey will be using the grant money from the Foundation's Teacher Incentive Grant to purchase floor cushions, yoga mats, and other alternative seating options for her classroom. Mrs. Dickey said, "This is exciting because it will allow me to have enough extra seating areas in the room for every student ." 

Elmo Eagle Posters due Monday!

Kids-Don't forget to get your pictures of Elmo Eagle colored and returned to school by Monday (Sep. 26th) 
Elmo will be collecting them and the winner gets to ride with him on the float during the CSC Homecoming Parade 2016!
Elmo visited CIS this week to visit with the student about the coloring contest!  Where's Elmo?

Goal Setting at CIS Cards Club!

This week CIS students have been working on SMART GOALS in their homeroom classrooms.  Students brought their goal sheets they completed during the week to CARDS CLUB where they discussed their goals and created a "group goal" that would help our school Be Great!  We had some great ideas that the students plan to put in motion.  Some ideas included keeping our school clean, help students who need a friend, and treating others the way they want to be treated "The Cardinal Rule".  We have a great bunch of students at this school but can all use some encouragement.

The Home of the Brave!

In honor of Patriots Day 2016, students sang many patriotic songs in music class.  Some became very interested in learning about the history of our National Anthem after listening to Mrs. Dickerson’s lesson and so Jace decided he would like to learn some more historical facts and this is what he found:

NWEA-MAPs Testing-Starts today!

NWEA-MAPs Testing-Starts today! Tuesday Reading Groups:  Mrs. Anderson/Schmidt   Math Groups:  Mrs. Olson/WhidbyWed Reading Groups:  Mrs. Dickey/Grant Math Groups:  Mrs. Fromm/HommanThur Reading Groups:  Mrs. Olson/Whidby Math Groups: Mrs.Anderson/SchmidtFriday Reading Groups:  Mrs. Fromm/Hoffman

CIS Student News!

In an attempt to make our announcements a lot more interesting, students have been asked to take over.  We hope you enjoy them.  You may view them at CIS Student News!

CARDS CLUB-Making It Real!

Student groups have been working on a jingle for the last two weeks.  This group got the idea from "Down by the Banks" which is a hand-clapping circle game…Students created many of their own verses and finally chose these to represent our school! We hope to be sharing more jingles in the near future!

Down the Halls at CIS!  Down the Halls at CIS!We work hard, Play hard Do our Best!With an A - E - I/O - UTeacher says follow the Golden Rule!

CARDS CLUB!

C.A.R.D.S.Caring Appreciative Respectful Dependable Successful
Students and staff discussed the word PRIDE last week.  We discussed things we are proud of and what we have pride in.  We are especially PROUD of the great students we have this year and the smooth start to the school year.  Next week students will be creating a jingle that shows who we are!

Open House and Title 1 Meeting

WANTED:
Parents

Title 1 Meeting
To help your child have a successful school year!andReview our Title 1 plan and seek your input.
When:  Tuesday, August 23
3rd/4th Grade Parents:  6:00-7:00
Where:  CIS Library

We would love to have a least one parent per child attend this meeting
REWARD: popcorn

1ST DAY OF SCHOOL!

Teachers introduced the PBS CARDS CLUB to the kids!
We had a great time and are so happy to have the students back safely!

New Grab-N-Go Breakfast

The first 3 days of school we are going to offer free breakfast to promote the new grab-n-go breakfast available during  recess (9:30 for 3rd grade and 9:45 for 4th grade).   We  will not serve the 7:30 breakfast those first 3 days.   Thanks again,
Brenda FritzlerFood Service DirectorLunchtime Solutions308-360-0964

2016-2017 Supply List for Chadron Intermediate School

CHADRON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (3rd & 4th) 2016-2017 Suggested Student Supply List Please remember to LABEL all articles sent to school THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADEMrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Olson, Mrs. WhidbyMrs. Anderson, Mrs. Dickey, Mrs.

4th Grade Science Camp

2016 CHADRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS4TH GRADE SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP Add a little science to your summer!  Join us for two weeks of experiments, projects, games, cooking, art, and engineering as well as a field trip to Wind Cave.  We will explore many areas of science.  (Sneak Peek:  Snap, Crackle, Pop!  Solar SUNday Funday!  Extra Eggsciting Day!  Pizza Science!

Retirement Reception

On Monday, CIS hosted a retirement reception for Donna Piercy, Marilyn Schumacher, and Marie Hirning!  These three outstanding teachers are retiring after many, many years of teaching here at Chadron Public Schools.  We will miss them next year as they set off on the next chapter of their lives.

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