This 7 minute video does a great job of letting us know why and how we need to all respond to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. It's worth your time!
The school will remain locked but students can pick up personal items, materials for learning from home, and medications from the high school from 9-12p or 1-3p with a personal escort by a staff member. This is a one time allowance for entry during the school closure for needed items.
Call the school office (432-0707) for notification or stop and use the front door call button. Students will be individually escorted (6' or more distances) to their locker and back so we can wipe down any touched surfaces.
Below are links to an enrichment opportunity for kids. Everything is online. Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Kaus.
https://forms.gle/CqTV3RBxinLjaywR6 (complete once per family)
We are trying to find out, how many families would like a grab-n-go breakfast and lunch. Please take this one minute survey by the end of the day Thursday, March 19th.
Pending approval, we would like to start serving on Monday March 23rd. Pick up times have yet to be determined. Thank you!
Below is a link to the the home survey to assess options to provide digital resources to students. Please complete this survey before noon on Friday, March 20th.
After consultation with Panhandle Public Health District and COVID-19 Unified Command, it has been determined that Chadron Public Schools along with the other ESU 13 schools in the Nebraska Panhandle will be closed for the next two weeks. The State of Nebraska has elevated the risk assessment this evening and schools are engaging in preemptive dismissal to try to decrease the spread of disease.
N E W S R E L E A S E
From Panhandle Public Health District
March 11, 2020
For more information, contact:
Kim Engel, Health Director 308-760-2415
Recent testing for COVID -19 is negative
The test result for the parent of the Chadron student has tested negative for COVID-19. No further testing for COVID-19 in this situation is needed.
Coronavirus Update 3.9.20
Dear Parents, Students, and Patrons:
DRIVER EDUCATIONREGISTRATION FORM Online registration will open Monday, March 2nd.Register and pay online at: www.unk.edu/dred
(Informational brochures are available at your high school office)
To register for this course, please complete this form by printing neatly, include paymentof $330, and return to the Nebraska Safety Center. You may register and pay online at www.unk.edu/dred. Registration deadline is two weeks prior to the course.
All Native American families and Native American high school students are welcome to attend our annual Title VI meeting on Monday, March 2 @ 3:30 PM in CO Conference Room.
At the meeting we will be reviewing committee bylaws and the Title VI application.
Mental Health & Youth (School Community Intervention and Prevention March 2020)
Mental health and behavioral concerns among adolescents have been on the rise for the last decade. It should be noted that about 1 out of 5 youth (between 12yrs.-18yrs.) have at least one mental health disorder. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorders reported in youth. According to
Paper Airplanes Used to Teach about Free Enterprise This year the Chadron High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) created an American
Enterprise Project to teach local fifth-graders about the free enterprise economy and a better
understanding of supply and demand. The theme for the Chadron FBLA chapter this year was “Take Flight with FBLA” which
tied into the American Enterprise Project because the project centered around a paper
airplane simulation. The project also included a presentation and a vocabulary-matching
Paper Airplanes Used to Teach about Free Enterprise This year the Chadron High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) created an American Enterprise Project to teach local fifth-graders about the free enterprise economy and a better understanding of supply and demand. The theme for the Chadron FBLA chapter this year was “Take Flight with FBLA” which tied into the American Enterprise Project because the project centered around a paper airplane simulation. The project also included a presentation and a vocabulary-matching game.