Chadron Middle School

551 East 6th Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
(308) 432-0708
(308) 432-0720

Daily School Schedule

Regular Dismissal

8:00AM - 3:18PM

1:30 Dismissal

8:00AM - 1:30PM

DeMonie Adams Inspires Students to Score in Life

DeMoine Adams, former Husker defensive end and current motivational speaker, spoke to 7th and 8th grade students on Tuesday, November 19th about how to score in life.  Adams outlined five things that everyone needs to do score in life.

What's Happening at CMS

11/19: DeMonie Adams, former Husker defensive end and current motivational speaker, will talk to 7th and 8th grade students about setting goals to achieve success in the future.

11/18-12/04: Caring for Sharing Food Drive at CMS.  Students are welcomed to bring in non-perishable food items to school.

11/21: Girls Basketball 7th grade @ Scottsbluff and 8th grade @ home.  Both games start at 4 p.m.

8th Grade Students Accepted for Anthology Publication

Seventeen 8th grade students in Mrs. Waugh's 8th grade English class have been accepted to have their work published in an anthology by  Congratulation to: Coy B., Mia B., Zach C., Jeff, C. Kat D., Jared, F., Ozzy F., Teresa G., Hunter H., Hannah K., MiaKayla K., Cody, M., Joe M., Mumbi M., Brayden R., Brooklyn S., and Jodi W.

Gordon-Rushville and Valentine Invite Results

Gordon Rushville Middle School Wrestling Invitational Nov. 7ResultsIsaac Watak  1stLuke Tiensvold 3rdColton Olsen 4thJacob Lemmon 2ndShawn Garvin 1stBlaze Simones 3rdCoy Bila 1stClark Reisen 4thLogan Tiensvold 2nd
Lance Cattin 1st
Valentine Middle School Wrestling Invitational Nov. 9ResultsIsaac Watak  1stLuke Tiensvold 4thColton Olsen 3rdJacob Lemmon 2ndShawn Garvin 1stBlaze Simones 3rdCoy Bila 2ndClark Reisen 2ndLogan Tiensvold 2nd Lance Cattin 1st

Chadron Public Schools Video

Chadron Public Schools AdvancED Video
Above is a link to the Chadron Public Schools video that was put together as an introduction to our district for the AdvancED External Review team that will be visiting our schools from November 11th - November 13th.  Enjoy!

What's Happening at CMS

Below is a list of events at CMS for the weeks of November 4th - November 16th.

11/7 - 7th grade field trip to Water Treatment Plant (during science class periods)

11/7 - Wrestling @ Gordon Invite - 1:00 PM Start

11/8 - 1:30 Dismissal

11/9 - Wrestling @ Valentine - 10:00 AM CTZ Start

11/10-11/13 - AdvancED External Review Team in district

11/11 - Veterans' Day Program - 10:15 AM in the HS Auditorium

Wrestling and Girls' Basketball Schedule

       7th Grade Girls  BasketballNov.  14 Alliance              Away   4:00  pm      Nov.  21 Scottsbluff          Away   4:00  pm  Nov. 23 Chadron Trny  Home  9:00 amNov. 25 Gordon/Rush.  Home  4:30  pm Dec. 03 Hot Springs     Home  4:30  pmDec. 10 Gering            Home  4:00 pmDec. 12 Alliance @HS  Home  4:00 pm
Coach: Libby Uhing 

Middle School Lunch Survey (FOR CMS STUDENTS ONLY)


Creative Dining, the company that we contract for our school food services, put together a survey that they would like Chadron Middle School students to take.  This is your opportunity to provide constructive feed back to Creative Dining.  It is important that you take this survey seriously so that they listen to what you have to say.

What's Happening at CMS

10/21 - 10/24: Wrap up NWEA MAPS Testing - Make ups completed by end of the day on Thursday.
10/22:  CMS After-School Program field trip to pumpkin patch in Hay Springs.
10/24:  CMS Wrestling Meeting after school in Mr. Wollesen's room ***CHANGE IN DATE
10/22:  Dream Team Meeting at 5:30 at Central Office
10/25:  NO SCHOOL
10/26:  8th grade football @ Mitchell (Last game of the year)

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon week is October 21st - October 25th.  This year, as in years past, Chadron Middle School will celebrate by allowing students to "dress-up" on Monday-Thursday.  Please note that the student dress code still applies, so students need to wear shoes and must dress modestly (according to the dress code). 
The themes for this year's dress-up days are as follows:Monday - Pajama Day
Tuesday - Twin Day

End of 1st Quarter Awards

Chadron Middle School celebrated the end of the first quarter with an assembly on Friday afternoon. Students were awarded Perfect Attendance awards and Cardinal Effort awards.  To earn Perfect Attendance, students had to maintain an unblemished attendance record for the entire quarter (no absences or tardies).  Cardinal Effort awards are given to two students from each class that demonstrated excellent effort throughout the quarter.  Teachers from each grade level select the Cardinal Effort recipients.

It was a great 1st quarter!

8th Grade Football vs. Hot Springs Cancelled

Do to a lack of numbers on the Hot Springs team, the 8th grade football game that was scheduled to be played on Saturday, October 11th has been cancelled.  The 7th grade football game will be played as scheduled.  
The next 8th grade football game will be on Saturday, October 19th at 10:30 vs. Gordon/Rushville at the CHS field.

What's Happening at CMS

Below are events that are going at CMS during the weeks of October 7th - October 19th.

End of 1st Quarter

Dear Parents,

It is really hard to believe, but the 1st Quarter ends on Friday, October 11th.  We have had a tremendous first quarter and our students have worked really hard to meet our expectations of being Safe, Responsible, Respectful, and Doing Their Best.  The last Friday School list on September 27th, was the smallest that we have ever seen, so I want to commend our students for their excellent effort!

Save The Date - Jump Rope for Heart

Join us in celebrating the 35th anniversary of Jump Rope for Heart by encouraging your child to participate in the CPS Jump Rope for Heart event on October 23rd @ 4 PM in the CSC NPAC arena. Visit to sign up today.

Fall MAPs Testing Schedule for Chadron Middle School

It's nearly October and that means that it's time for the fall Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments. The purpose of taking MAP assessments in the fall is to get benchmark scores for our students in the areas of math, science, reading, and language arts.  When students take MAPs again in the spring, the benchmark scores allows us to measure academic growth of the course of the school year.