Chadron Girls Scout troop under the direction of Troop Leader Wendy Jamison made and delivered a new Buddy Bench to Chadron Primary School. The bench is designed to encourage students to check the bench for any other friends that may feel alone. If one person is on the bench others can ask him/her to play, if two are on the bench, they play with one another. The girls were able to earn their woodworking badges through this project and we love the encouragement this brings to students. Thank you girls and Mrs. Jamison ~ a gift we will treasure for a long time!
Chadron Primary School has had some exciting "Bump Up" Days with our students supporting transitions to the next grade level. Our second graders toured Chadron Intermediate School to check out their upcoming third grade building and we recently hosted our incoming Kindergarten students. Our current Kindergarten and 1st grade students will visit their new spaces next week. We are excited for next school year and will be anxious to have students feel at home in their new spaces.
Panhandle Post, Double Q Country, and B 94.7 along with other business and community sponsors recently honored Ms. Angie Hudson as their Teacher of the Month. Ms. Hudson has worked for years within Chadron Public Schools in a variety of classrooms. She is currently a Kindergarten teacher who will be leaving us at the end of this school year. We were so excited for Ms. Hudson to receive this honor and her classroom was even more excited to enjoy the goodies and treats provided by the sponsors. Congratulations Ms. Hudson on a well deserved award!
Even at the end of the year, these students are exceeding the Cardinal Rules at Chadron Primary School! These students have followed our three Cardinal Rules 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3)Be Responsible and have gone above and beyond to set great examples of what AMAZING Cardinal kids do! Classroom teachers selected these students to be Cardinals of the Month and we honor all of the great examples they are setting. These students were treated to breakfast in the teachers' lounge and had a great time visiting and taking silly pictures.
Mrs. Cogdill's second grade class has had the incubator going and we finally have chicks!! The students have been studying the life cycle of chickens and watched the progression so the excitement at the Primary Building has been pretty high. The chicks will have their classroom home for a bit longer before finding forever homes where they can continue to grow. Thank you Mrs. Cogdill for this amazing experience you share with the students every year!
Students at Chadron Primary students had a book tasting in the library where they were treated to a restaurant style atmosphere complete with special music and lighting. The event was designed to expose students to a variety of genres and have them explore books they may not have visited. Students enjoy this activity and are so excited to share what they have sampled.
June Ballard with the Nebraska Woman's Christian Temperance Union presented students with prizes recently following a coloring contest held at Chadron Primary. Students received monetary prizes and the first place students had their pictures move on to the next level in Indiana. We are so proud of the work our students do and excited to see what the future holds for our little artists.
Fine Arts Vision/Strategic Planning Meeting Wednesday, May 1, 2019 in Central Office Conference Room @ 5:30 PM. Everyone welcome to attend.
The Native American Parent Meeting will be tomorrow, Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 3:30 PM in the Central Office Conference Room, we hope you can join us.
Please remember Chadron Public Schools will have Easter Break Friday, April 19th and Monday, April 22nd. School will resume Tuesday, April 23rd ~ have a safe and Happy Easter!
Right before the big Spring storm, first grade students treated the audience to a fabulous Spring Program. More than 80 students along with family and friends filled the Chadron High School Auditorium and sang a variety of old but favorite nursery rhyme tunes. The students did an amazing job and it was a wonderful program put on by Ms. Jensen and the students.
These students went above and beyond our three Cardinal Rules of 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3)Be Responsible and were selected by their homeroom teachers as kiddos who are wonderful examples of amazing Cardinal students. Some of our students pictured were not able to join us the previous two months so we were thankful they could have breakfast this month.