Mrs. Hoffman's class was the winning class in collecting our BoxTops for Education. This class collected 683 box tops and were able to celebrate on Friday. Thank you to all of the families that support our BoxTops drive. We are able to purchase outdoor play equipment and other supplemental supplies for our students. Congratulations Mrs. Hoffman and kiddos!
A partnership with Chadron Public Schools, classrooms compete to raise money for the Circle of Light and the Future Healthcare Professions Scholarship. The Circle of Light is a program that gives financial assistance to patients diagnosed with cancer in our area. The Future Healthcare Professions Scholarship is a scholarship program for seniors interested in the healthcare profession. Both are aimed at giving back to our community.Challenge ends November 30th and the winner of each school receives a Subway party in December!
Our Lunchtime Solution staff hosted a Halloween coloring contest and the winners for each class are listed below. We had first, second, and third place winners in each grade and the children were excited to see the coloring sheets displayed this past month. Thank you to our Lunch Gals for sponsoring this fun event and congratulations to all of our students.
Congratulations to our Book Fair Winners from each classroom. Kendrick Trovato was our raffle winner and won a basket of goodies worth over $100. Thank you to all of the families and individuals who came to our conferences and supported our Book Fair. The proceeds from this event go to buying new books for our library.
Chadron Primary students are so fortunate to have community support like we have from Main Street Dental!! Dr. Travis Lambert made a generous donation to assist children with their lunch funds. We would like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to Dr. Lambert and his entire staff at Main Street Dental. When you see him out and about town please extend your gratitude as well. This donation was able to help so many of our students get seconds at lunch or clear unpaid lunch balances for children who may need assistance. Again, we cannot thank you enough Dr. Lambert!!
Chadron Primary will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 30th - November 3rd. During Red Ribbon Week we encourage students and staff to wear clothing for the theme of the day. This year's themes are as follows:
Monday, October 30th ~ Stand Together Against Drugs - Wear RED head to toe
Tuesday, October 31st ~ Say BOO to Drugs - Bring your costume for the afternoon activities
Wednesday, November 1st ~ You Be CRAZY to do Drugs - Crazy/Mismatched socks and hair
Thursday, November 2nd ~ Be a HERO Being Drug Free - Wear red/white/blue, camouflage or superhero
It is not too late to visit with your child's teacher and visit our Scholastic Book Fair. Tomorrow (10/24) our Parent/Teacher Conferences will be open as first come, first serve, and will be in the gym. Our Book Fair is set up in the hallways and we have many items to choose from. We look forward to seeing you!
Chadron Primary would like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to our volunteer firefighters who came to our school to visit about fire prevention and safety. Our students always learn a lot and get so excited to hear about the vehicles and see all of the gear used by the firefighters. Students learned about checking the batteries in fire alarms so again, if you have not had conversations at home, please do so about your family's safe meeting spot and proper working fire alarms.
Lunchtime Solutions is having a Lunch Advisory Meeting in the Chadron Public Schools Central Office conference room Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. This meeting is an opportunity for students and parents to visit about our school lunch program and offer input to the breakfast and lunch programs. We look forward to seeing you at this meeting and hearing from you!
Monday, October 23rd and Tuesday, October 24th Chadron Primary School will host our Parent Teacher Conferences and Annual Scholastic Book Fair. Conferences on Monday are scheduled and will be in teachers' classrooms so please call the office for availability. Monday's conferences will run from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, conferences will run from 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. and will be open in the gym on a first come, first serve basis. Both days will have 1:30 p.m.
Chadron Primary School would like to extend a HUGE thank you to United Way. Not only did they provide many school supplies through their Stuff the Bus campaign - they also donated a Visa Gift Card to the school so that throughout the year we would be able to help kids in need with school supplies. Thank you to everyone who made school supply and/or monetary donations to this wonderful cause, we GREATLY appreciate it!
These students were chosen by their classroom teachers as children who exemplify our three Cardinal Rules: 1. Be Safe, 2. Be Respectful, and 3. Be Responsible. They were honored at our Cardinal of the Month breakfast in the teachers' lounge. Congratulations kiddos and keep up the great work!
Mrs. Ferguson's First Grade students created some wonderful pictures of a farmer with a hay rack. They had an example; however, this was all done free handed. Such creative work from these hard working first graders.
Chadron Primary students were treated to a visit from Cardinals Committed softball players. The players took time out of their lunch hour to come have lunch and visit with our students. The little Cardinals want to wish our softball girls GOOD LUCK at districts which are hosted here in Chadron today (10/5) and tomorrow (10/6). We hope families can go and support our Cardinals.
Chadron Primary School will have a contest to help collect Box Tops for Education. We will do two contest one in the fall and one in the spring. The Battle of the Box Tops will run from Oct. 2nd through Oct. 26th.. The classroom that collects the most Box Tops during this time period will earn a Pizza Party.
"I wanted to take a moment to send out a quick and HUGE THANK YOU to each and every person who made the Penny Wars Fundraiser a success! Without the help from the CPS staff, principals, students, parents, and community members, we NEVER would have raised $2814 for the Kubo family. I know without a doubt that the money you all raised has not only lifted a piece of the financial burden that they are feeling, but it has raised their spirits knowing that they have a community that is backing them in the battle that Barb and the family are currently going through.