Chadron Intermediate School

450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
(308) 432-0717
(308) 432-0715

Daily School Schedule

Regular Dismissal

7:50AM - 3:05PM

1:30 Dismissal

7:50AM - 1:15PM

MLK Jr. Day Schedule of Events at CSC-"Change"

Chadron Intermediate School students and staff will attend the Community Observation but due to the weather conditions will not be marching.

Parents-Prime Rib Dinner & Dance-For Adults

Mr. Cogdill at the Intermediate School has 20 tickets for sale ($30) if you are interested please stop by his office!  
Plan ahead for your Valentine Dinner Date!

2nd Quarter Perfect Attendance with 2 or less Tardies

3rd Grade:    Macy Bach     Kael Bennett     Kole Carnahan     Riah Fisher    Mason FryeIsaac Hartman    Tristan Herbert       E.J. Hudson      Brylee Huffman      Jsean LambMadison Landreth     Carson Long    Kylie Mattmiller      Gage Palser    Josie PatrasAlexandra Rasmussen     Leanna Shumpert       Hannah Sprock      Maxxton StewartAdday Tewahade     Annica Vargas       Josephine Werner      Mason Whitinger

Over $5000 for the American Heart Association

Below is a letter to Mrs. Rischling and her kids from Nancy Brown the Chief Executive Officer of the American Heart Association!  Thank you Mrs. Rischling for all you do!

NO CIA until Monday (January 8th)

Reminder to parents that we will not have our after-school program until next Monday due to the college students on break.  Thank you for your consideration.  Students are dismissed at 3:05 today and tomorrow and will need to be pickup up right away.

Thank you!

2016-17 Chadron Intermediate School NeSA Results



Sleigh Ride!

We sure enjoyed the ride!-Thank you Mrs. Dickerson!

Crestview puzzle book crew

Here we are showing off our great artwork!

Christmas Around the World

Today we studied different Christmas Traditions around the world!Everyone had a passport for travel!

Saturday Matinee-Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Saturday (December 16th @ 1:00) Chadron’s Eagle Theater will be hosting a:   Star Wars: The Last Jedi Matinee at 1:00 for Chadron school children and their friends and family.  

TheTheater is open to anyone but this is a special showing for Chadron Students.
Movie Starts at 1:00

Adults $8.00 Children/Seniors (11 & under) (60 & over) $6.00 Matinee Seats $6.00

Gratitude Game

Playing the Gratitude Game in Cards Club today at CIS! Kids are practicing Showing Appreciation! 

Local Winners with Artistic Talent Selected in UNWNRD Poster Contest

The Upper Niobrara White Natural Resources District (UNWNRD) is pleased to announce the regional winners of the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) Poster Contest, themed “Healthy Soils are Full of Life!“
First place winners are as follows:

Be a person others want to be around!

Goal/Rationale-Why?Everyone needs friends and to belong!To make CIS a great place to go to school and learn.This is a life skill!

Shoe Drive!

Washington D.C. Trip FundraiserDo you have any old shoes you want to get rid of?We’ll take them!! - Shoes should be gently used, and have no holes.(No snow boots or ski boots please)-Please tie shoes together or tape them in pairs. -Shoes can be dropped off at CIS, KCSR, Bloom,
St. Patricks Parish Center, or with any D.C. Trip student.

Out of this World-Mrs. Anderson's Class

We are having fun learning about the Solar System.  The students used Play Dough to make replicas of the planets and then we put them in order from the Sun.  We also watched a Bill Nye the Science Guy video about the planets.  We are focusing on Earth Science during this second quarter.

Winners of the NRD Poster Contest!

3rd Grade1st Place Lillian Johndreau2nd Place Sophie Watson
4th Grade1st Place Brooklynn Hoffman2nd Place Jace Paopao
Congratulations and best of luck at the state level competition! Thank you to Sheri Daniels with the NRD for sponsoring this contest!

Happy Halloween from all the staff at CIS!


Cards Club-How to Make and Accept an Apology

CIS Staff and Student take Social Skills very important.

Classrooms have been working on social skills to reduce challenging behaviors.  Families can always help enforce these skills at home.  Other skills we have worked on include:
Following Directions
Accepting Criticism or a consequence
Getting the teachers attention

Red Ribbon Week - October 30th - November 3rd

Next week is Red Ribbon Week
Monday, Oct. 30th Stand together against drugs-Wear RED head to toe
Tuesday, Oct. 31st Say BOO to drugs-costumes
Wednesday, Nov. 1st You be crazy to do drugs-crazy/mismatched socks and hair
Thursday, Nov. 2nd Be a Hero being drug free-Wear (red/white/blue, military/camo or superhero)
Friday, Nov. 3rd Our School chooses to be Drug Free-Wear your school shirt or school colors

Parent Teacher Conferences and Book Fair a HUGE Success!

A BIG -THANK YOU to all the parents who attended the Fall Conferences this year.  We appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedules to talk about all our favorite subjects!  Ninety-four percent of you were able to make it with several reschedules pending.  If you were unable to meet with a teacher this week  please call or email to make an appointment.