Chadron Primary School hosted the 4th Annual Penny Carnival last week and students and families had a great evening. Everyone enjoyed a variety of booths and snacks throughout the night and students received stamps in a passport that earned them building bricks. We want to thank our Parent Involvement group and the volunteers who helped coordinate this wonderful event. We also want to thank everyone who donated Lego building bricks and money to make this night possible.
Chadron Primary School hosted a recent Dr. Seuss Week along with a day of curricular activities surrounding Dr. Seuss books. Students enjoyed a dress up week based on a book of Dr. Seuss and the final culmination of events was a day of fun activities that promoted each of the core subject areas. Teachers designed a variety of stations for students to explore and we want to thank our Title 1 teacher Mrs. Ritterbush and all of our staff who helped coordinate and extend our children's learning.
Book It is a nation-wide program sponsored by Pizza Hut and students are able to receive personal pan certificates from Pizza Hut; students at Chadron Primary School have continued to read their hearts out!! Students have been setting goals and zipping through pages and were recently awarded prizes for turning in their Book It calendars for February. Chadron Primary School Title 1 teacher Mrs. Ritterbush is adding to this year's fun by adding small Dr.
Chadron Public Schools will have classes Monday as scheduled. There will be no After School Program next week due to the extended spring break for CSC. We’ve been in contact with local, district and state officials and health departments regarding this dynamic situation. A press release with more information will be released Monday at 1:30pm.
Chadron Primary School celebrated our February Cardinals of the Month. These students were chosen by their teachers as students who excel in the classroom! These kiddos have gone above and beyond our three Cardinal Rules of 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3) Be Responsible. These children have been great examples for other students and we are so excited to honor them with a breakfast. We were able to take over the Teachers' Lounge to enjoy our morning and we want to congratulate them all for a job well done!
The meeting is Monday, March 2 @ 3:30 PM in CO Conference Room. All Native American families and Native American high school students welcome. At the meeting we will be reviewing committee bylaws and the Title VI application.
First grade students have been studying about service animals for their Reading unit and had a special visitor this week. Dr. Julie Downing was able to bring Mayzie for a visit to Chadron Primary School to talk about the ways Mayzie can help people. This sweet therapy dog was a rescue animal Dr. Downing adopted and has trained. The students and staff were beyond excited to have Dr. Downing and Mayzie visit and we want to send a HUGE thank you to Julie for spending her lunch hour visiting with our students. We sure hope Mayzie can visit again soon!
Chadron Primary School hosted the first ever Be My Valentine Breakfast and it was a HUGE SUCCESS!! The idea came from our Parent Involvement Group brainstorming more ways to invite families into our schools and participate in events. We served over 400 students and special visitors on Valentine's Day and are so excited to explore more ways to encourage family participation in our school. We also had volunteers from Chadron Middle School and Chadron High School and we are proud to say that all 232 Primary School students had a "special someone" to spend some time with! It was an outstand
Students at Chadron Primary School have continued to read their hearts out!! Students have been setting goals and zipping through pages and were recently awarded prizes for turning in their Book It calendars for January. Book It is a nation-wide program sponsored by Pizza Hut and students are able to receive personal pan certificates from Pizza Hut. Chadron Primary School Title 1 teacher Mrs. Ritterbush is adding to this year's fun by adding small Dr.