Reminder: Our last session of Summer Enrichment will be August 1st-4th from 8:00-11:45 at Chadron Primary School. This is only for students that signed up and attended in May/June. See you soon!
This school year students at Chadron Primary School participated in "Reading for Runza". Students were able to set monthly reading goals and either read on their own or have an adult read to them as they completed a calendar to track their progress. At the end of every month students could turn in their calendars and receive certificates for Runza kid's meals. As a school, Mrs. Ritterbush was able to track which classroom turned in the most calendars and that class earned a Runza Reading Party. Mrs.
We were able to have the final Cardinal of the Month celebration this week and as with all of the others it did not disappoint. These students were able to have breakfast with Principal Mack and enjoy some time with other students. Classroom teachers chose these kiddos as representatives of great choices and following the Cardinal Way. The examples these students set for other children in the building is fantastic and we are excited to honor each of them with our special breakfast. Keep making the positive choices kiddos and have a GREAT SUMMER!
During the last quarter of school Chadron Primary School second graders participated in a field trip to Homestead Bank in downtown Chadron. Homestead Bank has sponsored a supplemental banking and savings curriculum that 2nd grade teachers utilize to help students understand the process of saving and spending. The program is called Saving with Mandy and Randy and the students really enjoy the instructional materials that help guide them through the saving and spending cycle. The culminating activity for our students is to then take a trip to the bank to see money in action. The students
On Friday, April 29th the first grade classes had the opportunity to take a field trip to the Mari Sandoz Center to take part in The Sun, Earth, and Universe Exhibit. The students were able to explore and learn about planets, the sun, the stars and even build a space craft. The students also got to learn a little bit about Mari Sandoz!
Chadron Primary School 2nd graders were able to participate in the UNL Extension event AgSplosion. Students were able to be a part of the day in exploring interactive sessions that highlighted Nebraska's #1 industry - Agriculture. Kids learned about a variety of topics including corn, beans, beef cattle, ag careers, and many more. The students had a GRAND time learning about so many things and have great memories of the day ~ thank you UNL Extension for hosting this educational day!
With all of our winds over the past few weeks, we have had a lot of extra trash blow into our space. Last week we had some of our kindergarten students who decided that, "We need to make our school look nice and not like we litter." We are so proud of our youngest Cardinals who continue to follow the Cardinal Way and are so responsible and respectful of our space. Way to Go!!
Chadron Primary School students performed their songs for the Spring Concert under the direction of Mrs. Kassy Schrader. The first graders took the stage all decked out in their Spring outfits and did a nice job of performing for family and friends and they were followed by the second graders who sang their hearts out. Everyone in attendance was treated to some great singing and very entertaining performances. Thank you Mrs. Schrader, teachers, families, students, and all who helped bring this event to life!
Chadron State College Volleyball Girls made a visit to Chadron Primary School and had so much fun during Reading and Recess! The Primary students were so excited to welcome our visitors to the building and enjoyed all of the time together. A HUGE thanks to Coach Stadler and her volleyball girls for taking the time to visit our little Cardinals!
Students from Chadron Primary School were able to attend Challenge Days up at Chadron State College. This day of physical activities is hosted by students in the HPER program and the college students have some outstanding centers for the elementary students to explore. We want to thank Mrs. Rischling, Dr. Ritzen, and Dr. Hoffman for the coordinated effort to make this day such a success. Our students love the opportunity to take the bus up to CSC and participate in all of the fun!