We received notice this past weekend that Chadron High School has qualified a team to compete at the Finance Challenge Regional Competition in Kearney on April 19th.
Mrs. Buldler entered teams of three from her Personal Finance class. The team consisting of: Jayden Garrett, Logan Gimeson, and Logan Lembke finished in the top five of all Western Nebraska teams earning the regional berth. This statewide contest is sponsored by the Nebraska Council on Economic Education.
The Chadron High Future Leaders of America attended the annual State Leadership Conference in Omaha on April 25. While at the conference, students participated in a bigbusiness tour of Werner Enterprises, listened to the keynote speaker, Laymon Hicks, and attended a variety of workshops. But most importantly, Chadron students competed amongst all class levels in many different business competitions.
Along with many hours of taking notes and studying, Mr. Bradley's Advanced Biology class opened up a world of hands-on learning activities. Not only has the class dissected crawfish, and frogs, but recently they were able to dissect a turtle. The class learned many skills during this lab, listening and following directions on a paper, teamwork, and the slow and steady hands of a scientist dissecting its specimen. The class was divided up into groups of two, each group received their own materials and turtle to dissect. The process was difficult.
Chadron High School competed in the 2014 CSC Scholastic Contest on Friday, April 4th. Chadron HS finished 4th out of 14 schools in Division III (1st - Wright HS, 2nd - St. Thomas More HS, 3rd - Bridgeport HS).
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Top 5 Finishes:
The film is focussed on individualized instruction of students. We'll anxiously await the final production which will air on The State of Education in Nebraska series on NET2 this June. Videos can also be found on nelovesps.org.
Shoilee competed in the Class B Informative contest. Narrowly missing the top six finishers were CHS seniors, Jenna Banzahf (Poetry) and Logan Lembke (Extemporaneous).
The Cardinal Speech Team is coached by Mr. Joe McCarty and Ms. Katy Dobry. Congratulations to all!
We're very honored to share the announcement that our Technology Director, Eliu 'Uati' Paopao, was named the winner of the Excellence in Leading with Technology Award sponsored by the Nebraska Educational Technology Association.
The purpose of the Excellence in Leading with Technology Award is to recognize and honor an individual who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in implementing technology to improve teaching, learning, or administration.
Get Involved and Give Back!ServeNebraska WeekApril 20-26, 2014
Basic Nursing is one of our dual-credit courses through WNCC taught by Nicole Pourier. Every year during a patient-care unit, students practice feeding patients with disabilities. Our CHS staff volunteer to serve as patients, each with a specific physical or mental disorder.
This has provides a great learning opportunity and experience for our students interested in pursuing a career in nursing ...in addition ... it often turns into a fun experience for our staff!
The Chadron Speech Team placed 4th at the B6 District speech contest on March 20th in Gering. Three Cardinals have qualified to compete in the State event next week in Kearney.
- Logan Lembke (senior) - 2nd in Extemporaneous Speaking
- Jenna Banzahf (senior) - 3rd in Oral Interpretation of Poetry
- Shoilee Rahman (sophomore) - 3rd in Informative Public Speaking
Congratulations to the entire speech team and good luck at State!!!
DISTRICT SPEECH RESULTS: QUALIFIERS FOR THE STATE SPEECH CONTEST
Ever wonder how to attract birds to your back yard? The wildlife science class during their bird unit designed an experiment to determine just that. The class created five types of feeders to be tested.
Oil spills and the effects on birds
They'll play Pierce this Thursday at 1:00mst at the Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln.
Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a team of filmmakers on a mission to showcase positive stories from Nebraska’s public schools. Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a campaign funded by the Sherwood Foundation. The group was guided to Chadron Public School after they asked the Nebraska Department of Education to recommend some schools that do a good job with individualized learning.