Terri Lemmon, UNL Extension Assistant for 4-H and Youth, met with 7th and 8th grade students to discuss the importance of career education. Mrs. Lemmon discussed an opportunity for 8th grade students called 'Next Chapter', which is a career exploration program designed for 8th-12th grade students. Information about Next Chapter can be found at the bottom of the page.
Congratulation to Mr. Calkins, 5th grade Science and Social Studies Teacher at CMS, for being named the Panhandle Post Teacher of the Month. Check out https://www.panhandlepost.com/calkins-is-chadrons-teacher-of-the-month/ for the full article and pictures.
CMS Bell ScheduleJanuary 20thNoon Dismissal
Block 1: 8:00-8:50 (50)
Breakfast: 8:50-8:58 (8)
Block 2: 8:58-9:48 (50)
Block 3: 9:53-10:43 (50)
7th/8th Lunch - 10:43-11:13 (30)
5th/6th Block 4: 10:46 - 11:30 (44)
7th/8th Block 4: 11:16 - 12:00 (44)
5th/6th Lunch: 11:30-12:00 (30)
From Left: Hannah, Jamison, Thomas, Mrs. Gremm, Rhett
and KatelynFive Chadron Middle School students will travel to Lincoln this week to participate in the State Entrepreneurial Investigation (ESI) Competition. Each of these students had to apply for entry into the competition and only 14 students from across the state were selected.
Congratulations to these students on being selected and good luck at state!
January 4, 20172016-2017 Chadron Public SchoolsHealth ScreeningsDear Parents/Guardians:Hope this letter finds each of you and your families enjoyed the Christmas break!We are writing to let you know the 2016-2017 Chadron Public Schools Health Screenings will be held on January 18 and 19, 2017. January 18th will be 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades and January 19th will be 6th, 7th, 10th and 11th grades.
Happy New Year and welcome back to a new semester at CMS! We are looking forward to a great 2nd semester and we can't wait to see the kids on January 5th! Here are a few important dates for students and parents to be aware of:
Below is the schedule for the CMS ASP for the rest of the quarter and the start up day in January.
Monday, December 19th - 3:25-5:30 - Academics Only
Tuesday, December 20th - 3:25-5:30 - Academics Only
Wednesday, December 21st - 1:30 Dismissal - NO ASP
Thursday, January 5th - Start of 2nd Semester - NO ASP
Friday, January 6th - NO ASP
Monday, January 9th - 3:25-5:30 - Full CMS ASP Resumes
CMS had another successful holiday food drive! The 6th grade class collected the most non-perishable food items with 1096. 5th grade edged out the 7th grade for 2nd place by three cans and the 8th grade class took 4th place. Thank you to all of the students, families, community members and businesses that donated to our food drive effort!
December 6th, 2016
The Chadron Middle School Student Council kicked off the 2016 Caring for Sharing Food Drive on November 28th. Students are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to school through December 13th. All of the collected food items will be donated to the Shepard's Pantry at the Chadron Immanuel Lutheran Church.
2014 and 2015 Results
NPPD set up 11 Makerspace labs in the CMS library on 11/28. Mrs. Waugh's 4th block, 8th grade class was the first to try out the labs and it looked like a lot of fun! CMS will have the Makerspace labs available for student use until December 16th. We invite parents to stop by and check it out. I think that you will be amazed at the technology that students have the opportunity to work with.
Mrs. Kaus wrote and received a $500 grant from the Western Library System. The grant was written to create a Makerspace lab in the CMS Library. The grant money will be added to the $1300 donation from the Chadron High School class of 1966 to purchase Makerspace furniture and supplies.
We are excited to move forward with the CMS Library Makerspace and we look forward to students enjoying the space and seeing them create and explore.
As a reward for their hard work, Mrs. Smith's 8th grade Cardinal Block did the Mannequin Challenge. They did a really good job!
Jacki Dailey, from Keep Chadron Beautiful, announced that Chadron Middle School has won the 2016 Recycle Bowl by collecting 2542.6 lbs. of recyclable items! The middle school edged out the Chadron Primary School by just 30 lbs. It is amazing to think that between the two school over 2.5 tons of what would have been landfill trash, was recycled!