Chadron Intermediate School450 Norfolk Avenue
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:05PM
7:50AM - 1:15PM
Chadron Volunteer Fire Department Fire Prevention Week Coloring Contest-Sent home in Backpacks!Please return by Wednesday, October 15th to classroom teachers1st Place winner will receive a home fire extinguisher and a pizza!2nd place winner will receive a smoke detector.
National Walk to School Day is on October 8, 2014 this year. Last year, CIS students walked around the school building from 7:30am-7:40am to show awareness for the day.
Descriptive WritingThe 4th grade students have been learning about descriptive writing. We have a great group of writers! I think they have a good foundation and it is fun to build on what they already know about being good writers. Last week the students got to go outside and write down observations about the outdoors. They enjoyed using all five senses to complete a graphic organizer about observations that were touching or very near them, 20 feet away, and then very far away.
The Hunger Relief Program with Pizza Hut of Chadron and Chadron Intermediate School has started again. This year the he theme is Together We Can Deliver Hope. The hope is that we can end hunger for children everywhere. Your donations count. $1 can feed 4 children for a day. $3 can feed 2 children for a week. $5 can feed a child for a month. $10 feeds a classroom like your child's for a day. Last year here in Chadron we raised over $2200. That means we fed 8800 children for one day. We could not have done this without your help.
For an informational meeting to help your child have a successful school year!
When: Monday, September 8
3rd Grade Parents: 6:00-6:304th Grade Parents: 6:30-7:00
We would love to have a least one parent per child attend this meeting
This meeting is for parents only; childcare will not be provided
NEARLY THREE OF EVERY FOUR NEBRASKA STUDENTS
MEET STATE READING, MATH, SCIENCE STANDARDS
Nearly three of every four Nebraska public school students met state reading, mathematics and science standards in 2013-14, according to test results released today.
The 2014 state test results showed that 77 percent of the students met or exceeded state reading standards, 71 percent and 72 percent met or exceeded math and science standards, respectively.