The big birds returned and as always brought lots of smiles to Chadron Primary School. Some of the football players visited last week and today we had a few softball players. Our Cardinals Committed group has some outstanding leaders and students who are willing to go above and beyond to be great role models for our young students; we love our lunch time with these student athletes and look forward to their next visit.
On Friday, September 7th Chadron Primary hosted health screenings for our 1st and 2nd grade students. Our nurses helped coordinate our AMAZING volunteers from Lions Club and CAPWN Dental. Ms. Chrissy and a host of other volunteers from the after school program also helped things run smoothly. Again, thank you so very much for helping to keep our children healthy!
Our people make the difference and relationships are at the top of our list for making a difference in a child's life. Whether it is connecting with our students or connecting with one another, we get it done! A HUGE shout out to all of our educators who "Feel the Love for Public Schools" and Feel the Love for our students!
Chadron Primary would like to thank Donna Gimeson and Consuming Fire School of Dance, Gymnastics, and Fitness for donating water bottles for our students. We greatly appreciate all of the community support that is shown to our public schools and this is another example of our community members and schools working together. Thank you again!
We were delighted to have members from our high school Cardinals Committed group join us for lunch again. While our students get so excited about the students visiting, I know our high school students get equally excited to share lunch with our little birds. These high school students set wonderful examples of behavior and dedication to academics and extracurricular activities and we are so proud to have our students look up to them. Once again we wish our big birds best of luck on your activities!
Please join us for our Parent Information Night where we will cover a variety of topics including our Cardinal Rules, our Title 1 Compact, safety and security procedures, our ACES positive behavior program, and several other items. We will have sign-in tables for each grade level and have a presentation in the gym for families prior to having parents visit the classrooms. In classrooms parents will get a preview of how each individual classroom works.
Chadron Primary School students have been busy within these first two weeks of school. Students have been reviewing our three Cardinal Rules: 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3)Be Responsible. We are learning procedures for classrooms as well as safety procedures. Students participated in a bus evacuation drill as well as a fire drill this week and Principal Uhing will be reading a safety book that promotes Avoid, Deny, and Defend as we have lockdown drills scheduled for the upcoming month. Students have been exploring the spaces they may evacuate to in case of emergency evacuations so p
One of the most important jobs we have as educators is to keep our babies safe. The Nebraska Department of Education has adopted a Safety and Security Protocol. Chadron Public Schools has incorporated a Standard Response Protocol for each of our buildings and we would like you to familiarize yourself with what will be presented to your children. All students K-12 are taught to be proactive in safety and security situations so please visit with your children about what they have learned and how this is a lifelong skill. If you have any questions about what is taught, please feel free to
Sadie Chesley, age 8, Mayci Sprock, age 7, and Kayden Kvistad, age 8, are our Dietary Drawing contest winners! To celebrate National Nutrition Month in March the dietary department at CCH&HS decided to hold a drawing contest for the students at the Chadron Primary School. Students were asked to draw themselves enjoying their favorite healthy food and show us how it made them feel. Three winners were sele
Chadron Primary School welcomed the 2018 graduates as they walked the halls in caps and gowns to celebrate their success. The graduates carried pennants that expressed their plans: military/workforce/ higher education... Our littlest birds lined the hallways and gave them signs along with chanting C-H-S! We wish our graduates the best of luck in their future endeavors and hope they visit the nest to share of their adventures! CONGRATULATIONS Class of 2018!!
It is always so hard to say good-bye... Ms. Charla will be retiring at the end of this year and not only does she do an amazing job of keeping our building so clean, she also takes the time to offer hugs and encouragement to our littlest birds. We are so excited for your new adventures Ms. Charla, but we will miss you dearly!!!
These students were chosen by their teachers as wonderful examples of students who follow the Cardinal Rules of 1) Be Safe, 2) Be Respectful, and 3) Be Responsible so they were treated to a breakfast with Ms. Uhing. They have been chosen by their teachers as Cardinals of the Month because they are great leaders within their classrooms. It is always so much fun to visit with and enjoy the company of these outstanding students. Way to go kiddos and thank you for making such good choices!!