Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Welcome Back to School 2017-2018Chadron Intermediate SchoolGrades 3-4
We are looking forward to the 2017-2018 school year! We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new students and their families. Also, please welcome the many new faces to our staff this year including Mrs. Shandi Motz from Paxton, Nebraska. Shandi will be joining our 4th grade team this year. She recently taught 3rd grade at Todd County Elementary in Mission South Dakota.
Chadron High School Principal's Blog: Aug. 21st Eclipse Viewing Information: On Monday, August 21, 2017 Chadron Public Schools will host a Solar Eclipse Viewing and Sack Lunch for our students. A signed permission s...
All Chadron Public Schools will gather on the practice field to enjoy the experience together. Looking forward to this opportunity.
DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE MOBILE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM WE ARE MOVING THE TALENT SHOW TO THURSDAY MAY 18TH
Friends and Families of CIS Students and Staff
Parent Meeting for Incoming 5th Grade Students - May 11thChadron Middle School will host a parent meeting for the parents of incoming 5th grade students at 6 PM in the CMS Library. Parents can park on the north or east side of the building. The northeast entrance will be open. The library is located on the 2nd floor. The transition from the Intermediate School to Chadron Middle School can be the source of anxiety for students and parents. The purpose of the meeting is to provide parents with information to help ease the transition.
May 3, 2017Oregon Trail Field Trip
7:00 Depart from Chadron Intermediate School
9:00-11:00 Chimney Rock Visitor Center-bathroom and drinks-divide into three groups (theater, wagon room, and postcard and window room - THE GIFT SHOP is closed for inventory! After rotation, we will go to the cemetery and the base of Chimney Rock (weather permitting)
11:00-11:30 Leave for the monument - drink, drain, and lunch once we arrive
A Federally required Native American parent meeting is scheduled for May 9 @ 3:30 PM in Central Office. We would love to have as many attend as possible. Thank you for your consideration!
March Math MadnessOn the final day of March, near to the final hour of our school day, Quincy West came to share why a
railroad engineer needs to know math. Our speaker spoke of tons, torque, elevation and degrees of slope.
We learned that diesel fuel runs cleaner and farther than highway transport. "BNSF moves enough grain to
supply 90 million people with a year's supply of bread. BNSF hauls enough coal to power one of every 10
homes in the nation." Thank you Mr. West!
Kids always ask why they need to know about this or that. Especially when doing Math Homework! Every year the teachers ask parents to come in and explain how they use math in their jobs. We appreciate all the parents who have given their time to answer that age old question: Why do I have to know about math?
Math at the Hospital? You Bet! We wouldn't want to over prescribe your medicine.