Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
If you are missing your keys, we have them!
A parent with good eyes found this set of keys in the street in front of the Intermediate School yesterday (Feb. 4). The lanyard says Western Nebraska Community College. They may have fallen out of your vehicle during drop off. You may come to the office to claim them.
Monday, February 9Activity: Keep Chadron BeautifulStudents will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, February 10Activity: CLUBS (Last Night 2nd Session)Academic/Homework time first followed by Clubs from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. Please, out of courtesy and respect to our club leaders, do not pick your child up in the middle of the club. If your child cannot stay until 5:15 p.m., please make arrangements to pick them up prior to 4:15 p.m. Thank you! Wednesday, February 11Activity: Cooking with Mrs.
Parent/teacher conferences will be on Thursday, February 5, 2015 by prearranged appointments only. Chadron Intermediate School will be dismissed at 1:15 and Chadron Primary will dismiss at 1:30. . We will not be having our After School Program on that night so please plan accordingly. Our time for these conferences will be quite limited as we are using a "one night conference schedule" instead of two nights like we did in the Fall. We will not have school on Friday the 6th.
Congratulations to our para, Ms. Rossana, who became a United States citizen on January 26th. She shared her experience with the students. She told them about the test she had to take. She also shared about taking the oath of loyalty-a pledge of allegiance-to the United States, and how she now has the same rights and privileges as people born in the United States. We were excited to see her citizenship certificate. Everyone enjoyed red, white and blue cupcakes to help her celebrate! We are proud of you, Ms. Rossana!
SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015NELSON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CENTER – CSC
TRACK WRESTLING WILL BE USED TO REGISTER ALL WRESTLERSwww.trackwrestling.com
8:30 AM - WEIGHT SHEETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR COACHES TO FILL OUT
9:00 AM - WEIGH-INS FOLLOWED BY SEEDING MEETING
11:00 AM - 1ST THREE ROUNDS OF CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET & ALL POSSIBLE WRESTLEBACKS
SHORT BREAKS WILL BE TAKEN IF TIME PERMITS
This weekend (March 23-34) is the 2015 Chadron Invitational Wrestling Tournament. It is a two day tournament with wrestlers form South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska. Last year we had over 30 teams and 260 wrestlers participate in the event with the eventual champions being Campbell County from Wyoming. Chadron placed seventh with 5 place winners in 2014.
106# Daniel Goings-2nd,
113# Joe Ritzen-5th,
152# Tate Cullers-4th,
195# Cooper Cogdill-2nd,
220# Tanner Kickland-2nd.
The Chadron Public Schools after school programs; Just for Kids, CIA and CMS ASP are hosting a two week dental wellness plan to provide dental screening, fluoride, and sealants during the last two weeks of February (February 17 - March 1). which also happens to be Children's Dental Health Month.
The services will be offered to all K-8th grades students, with the care being delivered at the after school program sites during the after school hours.
CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB - FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 19, 2015Monday, January 19Activity: Science with Mrs. SwinneyMrs. Swinney will be here for her monthly activity. Students will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, January 20Activity: CLUBSAcademic/Homework time first followed by Clubs from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. Please, out of courtesy and respect to our club leaders, do not pick your child up in the middle of the club.
The Dawes County Super BB’s Shooting Sports Club has started practices.
4-H membership is not required for participation. Gun and Archery are both
at the Henkens Roberts Building at the fairgrounds.
*Air Rifle and BB Gun - Saturday mornings from 9 am to 12 pm.
The club does have extra equipment if youth don’t have their own.
*Archery - Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 pm.
For more information, contact Roger Eaton at 432-5533 days or 432-3768 evenings.
Monday, January 12Activity: KEEP CHADRON BEAUTIFULJacki will be here for the monthly Keep Chadron Beautiful activity. Students will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, January 13Activity: CLUBS – First Night, Second SessionAcademic/Homework time first followed by Clubs from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m.Wednesday, January 14Activity: Edible Snow Globes with Mrs. GrantStudents will be in three groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time (30 minutes each; 4:00-5:30 )
CIA AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB - FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 12, 2015Monday, January 12Activity: KEEP CHADRON BEAUTIFULJacki will be here for the monthly Keep Chadron Beautiful activity. Students will be in two groups alternating between activity and academic/homework time. (45 minutes each; 4-5:30 p.m.)Tuesday, January 13Activity: CLUBS – First Night, Second SessionAcademic/Homework time first followed by Clubs from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m.Wednesday, January 14Activity: Edible Snow Globes with Mrs.
Congratulations to the Chadron FFA members that competed Wednesday at the WNCC FFA District Contest.
Winning first place in Livestock Evaluation and qualifying for the state competition was the team of Beu Jersild, Drew Jersild, Cody Madsen, Kyle Garrett, Lanie Reisen and Kane Welnitz. They were also first in the categories of Horse and Beef.
3rd Grade DIBELS Winter Benchmark Results
4th Grade DIBELS Winter Benchmark Results
What are DIBELSDIBELS stands for Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills. The DIBELS® measures are brief, and are used to regularly monitor the development of early literacy and early reading skills. DIBELS was designed for use in identifying children experiencing difficulty in the acquisition of basic early literacy skills, in order to provide support early and prevent the occurrence of later reading difficulties.
We are please to be back in business. Thank you for sending us the best kids ever! We enjoyed the Christmas Break and hope you did to! Students are enjoying getting back into the "school routine" and so are we.
Camp Norwesca has just been given the joyous word that they are the recipient of this years Hopkins Foundation grant. This grant allows less fortunate children to attend a camp filled with a little extra cheer & fun to make their Christmas holiday memorable. We have 20 available slots that need filled ASAP or we lose the grant. The age groups are 2nd through 8thgrade.