Sunday, November 4, 2018

Change for Changing Lives

Red Ribbon Week

Students at Chadron Primary celebrated Red Ribbon Week with guidance lessons on the subject.  Staff and students enjoyed celebrating each day with different themes for each day:
Monday ~ Put a Lid on Drugs (wear a hat)
Tuesday ~ Don't Be Crazy, Just Say No (crazy hair and socks)
Wednesday ~ Say Boo to Drugs (Halloween fun)
Thursday ~ Team Up Against Drug (wear your favorite jersey or team gear)
Friday ~ Our School is Proud to be Drug Free (wear school shirts or colors)

Put a LID on drugs

Don’t be CrAzY, Just say No


A Spider and our own Mrs. Larson looking good

Raining Cats and Dogs

A Bird's Nest and a Cupcake

Say BOO to drugs

Team up against Drugs

Our School is proud to be drug Free

Friday, November 2, 2018

October ~ Cardinals of the Month

More AMAZING students spotted in the building!!!  These Cardinals continue to go above and beyond for following our rules and setting great examples.  Classroom teachers celebrate outstanding students by choosing them to participate in the Cardinals of the Month breakfast.  We are so proud of these kiddos and the ways they follow our Cardinal Rules 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3)Be Responsible.  Congratulations to all of our students!

Breakfast in the lounge!

Back Row ~ 2nd Grade:  Arian M., Addisyn P., Delanie R., and Olivia M.
Middle Row ~ 1st Grade:  Jon Jon H., Jaiden C., Zander S., and Oakley T.
Front Row ~ Kindergarten:  Graesynn S., Blayden H., Kamille L., and Aspen D.

Silly Cardinals

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Thank you Chadron Public Library for Lunar Disk Exploration

Recently, students had the opportunity to learn about the moon.  Three stations were set up for students to learn about the moon and its surface.  The highlight of the program was the lunar disk on loan from NASA. The six Apollo missions that landed astronauts on the Moon returned a collection of rocks and sediment samples weighing 382 kilograms and consisting of more than 2,000 separate samples.  The lunar disk contained small samples of this lunar material. Descriptions of the samples were discussed. Students were able to use a digital microscope to get a closer look at the samples.

UNL Virtual Field Trip

On Tuesday, Mrs. Landreth’s class participated in a virtual field trip to Morrill Hall in Lincoln, Nebraska. Mrs. Landreth was awarded the Roger’s Scholarship to cover the costs of the program, Animals in the Hall. Prior to the field trip, students worked in teams to create dioramas based on native Nebraskan animals. During the field trip, Ms. Annie guided us around the dioramas at Morrill Hall. We learned about the job of a zoologist, predators, prey and other animals native to our area. As rural residents in the state, students were able to name many of the animals in the hall. This was a fun, interactive way to learn about the animals near us as well as reinforce key concepts in our animals unit for science class. We would like to give a big shout out to our technology department for helping to make this happen.  We would also like to say a big thank you to Jennifer and Annie as well as all the others at UNL who made this possible for us.