Last week members of the Chadron Volunteer Fire Department visited Chadron Primary School! The firefighters shared how they look and sound in all of their gear, along with many of the tools the firefighters may use in the event of a fire. The firefighters also discussed the importance of regular fire drills in homes as well as a meeting place for all family members along with checking the batteries of smoke detectors in homes. The students enjoyed the presentation and we want to thank all of the firefighters who took time out of their days to visit and educate our children! We are so fo
Our Chadron Primary students were treated to a visit from the CSC Women's Basketball team this week. These ladies are wonderful role models to our little Cardinals and we appreciate the conversations and support these ladies provide to your young students. Thank you again Lady Eagles!
Chadron Primary School celebrated our September Cardinals of the Month. These students were chosen by their teachers as students who excel in the classroom! These kiddos have gone above and beyond our three Cardinal Rules of 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3) Be Responsible. These children have been great examples for other students and we are so excited to honor them with a breakfast. We were able to take over the Teachers' Lounge to enjoy our morning and we want to congratulate them all for a job well done!
Chadron State College values winning in the classroom just as much as winning on the field and this value has contributed to Chadron State College Athletes being honored with the conference's top team academic awards. Chadron State College Football team is recognizing students at Chadron Primary School who demonstrate this "Eagle Effort" in the classroom. The students chosen by each grade level have shown academic growth, help other students, and create a successful learning environment. This past week, two of our Eagle Effort students were honored at th
These two sweethearts have gone above and beyond our Cardinal Rules to make kindness count. During Fur Trade Days this summer Miss Oakley and Miss Kendall set up a lemonade stand downtown and rather than spend their earnings on fun filled things for themselves, they chose to donate their money to lunch funds at Chadron Primary School! For some of our students who receive assistance with free and reduced lunch funding, getting seconds on lunch entrees means added costs for the family. With the money Kendall and Oakley donated, we have been able to help students get the food they need. A