Chadron FFA Range Judgers Place high at State Competition
Luke Kahl of Chadron FFA is Nebraska State Range Judging State Runner Up!
The Nebraska State Range judging competition was held Wednesday near Valentine. Teams from all across the state competed in the areas of range site evaluation, identifying and classifying range plants, calculating stocking rates andt making range management decisions.
Chadron Sr High School, kicked off our fundraiser and we need your help! We are raising $7,000 for to pay for prom next year and graduation the following year.
Chadron Range Judgers Win Area 1 Range Judging Contest
Chadron High School will host the fall Parent-Teacher Conference on Thursday, September 16 from 5:00-8:30 in the high school Commons. We hope you can join us to meet your student's teachers and get updated on classroom happenings.
New this year, we have added two optional programs for parents and students to attend during conferences:
CHS is offering a great way to pre-purchase the 2022 yearbook!
To the Class of 2022 from Mrs. Watson
Smith’s Youth Advisory Council is a forum for high school students to discuss opinions, thoughts, and concerns about local and federal issues with Smith throughout the school year through in-person meetings and other contacts.
(Jalei Marcy & Garrett Glines -2021 graduates) (Luke Kahl & Ryan Bickel -current seniors)
Chadron Public Schools
Varsity Admission: Adult $5.00
Junior Varsity Student $4.00
Freshman Senior Citizen $4.00
Middle School Admission:
Senior Citizen $3.00
Western Community Health Resources (WCHR) will host a vaccination clinic on Monday, August 16th from 1-3pm in the Chadron High School Commons. The State required vaccinations for incoming Kindergarten and 7th grade students will be available. Your child MUST have all required vaccinations prior to the first day of school. WCHR will also offer the optional Covid vaccine to students who are 12 years old and older. Please call WCHR for any questions about vaccinations at 432-2747.
We’re excited to welcome you back for the 2021-22 school year!
For years we have told students:
Life can sometimes be hard, but we can do hard things!
Last year we all proved that true! Facing the unknown fears and challenges of the pandemic was definitely hard, but working together we had a successful school year that we are very proud of! But with that said ....I am hoping for a more ‘normal’ school year! :
Last year we had many district students learn from home. So, with all students returning to school this year, here's the section of the Parent/Student Handbook referring to student appearance. Please review the handbook for your awareness of all policies related to the Chadron Public School District.