Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Mr. Bill Cogdill
CIA August 25-September 4
August 20, 2015
First Day of School!"Our Future is so Bright, We Have to Wear Shades." That was the theme for our first day back at school. We are off to a great start after learning routines, checking out our classroom, renewing old friendships, and making new ones. It's going to be a great year!
Title 1 Meeting
To help your child have a successful school year!andReview our Title 1 plan and seek your input.
When: Tuesday, August 25
3rd/4th Grade Parents: 6:30-7:00
Where: CIS Library
CIA Chadron After School Program: 2015 SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP - DAY 7: June 16th pictures shown below!! Each team is showing off their marble roller coasters, and there are some pictures of making a chemical re...
The NDE Offices of Early Childhood and Special Education are partnering with other agencies and organizations to bring the Pyramid Model to early childhood programs throughout the state. This program will enhance the social-emotional-behavioral health and well-being of all young children. It will assist them in reaching their full potential.This is a long-term commitment involving early childhood leaders who are fully committed to program-wide adoption. Team Leaders will receive comprehensive professional development and ongoing coaching supports.
We hope you are excited about nine days of science fun! We will meet on the playground at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 8th. Camp will be from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon each day except for the day we travel to Wind Cave. (Monday, June 8th through Friday, June 12th, and Monday, June 15th through Thursday, June 18th.)
Students have been "packing their trunks" to take to Oregon as part of our Oregon Trail studies. We held our Oregon Trail Trunk Show on May 8th. The students were very resourceful and did a great job!
The trunks will be on display at our Nebraska Program on Tuesday, May 12th, In the CIS gym. We hope you can come!Mrs. Anderson's class 8:30
Mrs. Dickey's class 10:00
Mrs. Piercy's class 1:00
Pizza with the Principal - Thursday, May 14 at each lunchtime.Students with perfect attendance this year (with 2 or less tardies/quarter) and meeting their goal in Reading, Language, and Math will have lunch with Mr. Cogdill in the Library. 3rd grade lunch is from 11:15-11:45 and 4th grade eats from 11:45-12:15. Congratulations to all of you!
Perfect Attendance: Regan Anderson, Peterson Jeban, Morgan Schommer, Treyvon Weyer, Parker Fisher, Thomas Kause, Gavin Sloan (7)
CHADRON INTERMEDIATE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMNOTE TO PARENTS
Last Week of CIA – Please read!!!
Thursday, May 14th will be the last days of after-school program for the school year. We have enjoyed spending our after-school time with your students, and it has been a great year! We plan to celebrate the last week with a CIA Team Field Mission on Wednesday, May 13th! Thursday the 14th will be a movie and clean-up time for our students and staff.
On September 5, 2014, the State Board of Education unanimously approved the newly revised English Language Arts Standards: 2014 ELA Standards. Teachers across the district took advantage of the recent early out to review these standards. Their focus was to prioritize the standards according to three areas (Endurance, Leverage, and Readiness). All K-12 Reading teachers worked to complete a rubric for each area.
Monday, May 4, 2012Activity: SCIENCE WITH MRS. SWINNEYStudents will be in two groups alternating between academics and activity.Tuesday, May 5, 2012Activity: MAKE A MOTHER’S DAY TREAT FOR A LOVED ONE!Students will be in two groups alternating between activity with Mrs. Grant and academic time beginning at 4:00 p.m. (45 minutes each) Wednesday, May 6, 2012 Activity: Country KidsThis club was a CIA favorite. Lissa and Nina will be planning something for this day!
Chadron Intermediate School participated in this year's Americanism Essay Contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. CIS was notified earlier this week that we had received two awards for outstanding essays. Congratulations to Demaris Kelso who received 2nd place with her essay and Gabby Twarling received 1st place on her essay. We are proud of all the students who participated in the contest and appreciate Jeanne Dueker and the American Legion Auxiliary for sponsoring it.