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
High School $30.00
Middle School $30.00
With the new CPS At-Home Learning Program, we want to provide an opportunity to address some frequently asked questions (FAQs).
1) How do I register my student for the CPS At-Home Learning Program?
Go to www.chadronschools.org and click on the CPS At-Home Learning tab.
Chadron Public Schools will provide students and families an in-home learning option through the CPS At-Home Learning Program.
We'll give two extra days summer! :-)
With the many changes to the procedures of school due to COVID-19 concerns, Chadron Public schools will spend two extra days with teachers for training and preparations before students arrive. Pending School Board approval at the next regular meeting, the first day of school for students will be moved to August 17th. No announcement has been made whether it'll be a full-day or 1:30 dismissal.
During the week of August 3rd-7th, 5th grade students and new students can schedule time to tour the middle school building. To set up a tour, please contact the CMS office at 432-0708. Parents are welcomed to join the tour, but no more than 3 family members (including the student) can be in a group. Also, masks will be required during tours without exception.
Aug. 10-12 will be unavailable during the day due to staff trainings throughout the district.
Summer ONLINE offerings for school-age students and adult learners from Calibraska Arts Initiative! Over fifty classes in the arts including: Animation, Film, Comedy, Acting, Music, Dance, Creative Writing and more! These unique classes run from June 15 – July 31 and are taught by teaching artists (professionals in their field) across the United States. Scholarships with 25%, 50%, and 100% discounts are available as well as material kits.
In the last installment of Cardinal Cast (Middle School Edition) for the 2019-20 school year, Mr. Dressel talks about wrapping up the school year. Topics include: Percent of student who have completed all remote learning requirements, encouragement for students who still have some work to finish, returning school materials, report cards and where information about next year will be posted (we don't have any information right now).
Click on the link below to view the welcome to CMS video that the 5th grade teachers made for our incoming 5th grade students. In addition, Mr. Dressel has scheduled Zoom meetings with Mrs. Grant's, Mrs. Motz's, Mrs. Garcia's and Mrs. Carrick's classes later this week.
Welcome to 5th Grade! We can't wait to meet you all!
Lunchtime Solutions is requesting information to decide if lunch services should be continued through the month of June. Please complete before May 13th. Any questions regarding the survey may be directed to Brenda Fritzler or Dr. Winchester (at Central Office).
Topics include: reminder that next week (May 4th-8th) is the last week of new material for remote learning classes, reminders about textbook and library book returns and information about how CPS will celebrate Mental Health Awareness month in May.
Mr. Dressel reflects on the end of the 4th week of remote learning at CMS. Topics include: feelings of burnout, finishing the year strong, textbook and library book returns, virtual building tour for incoming 5th graders, and physicals and immunizations.
In honor of Earth Day's 50th anniversary, Chadron's chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby, a nonpartisan, volunteer organization, is encouraging everyone to gather online. They are sponsoring “Uniting from Home” on Sat. 4/25, 11 am MDT (12 CDT/1pm EDT) for the incredibly inspiring keynote speaker, Dr.