Chadron Primary School and our Parent Involvement Group is once again on the lookout for Lego Bricks… The group is planning our 2nd Annual Penny Carnival set for February 16, 2018 and as part of the games and activities we are seeking new or gently used Lego Bricks or other compatible building bricks. If you would like to purchase and or donate any bricks you can send them with your child or drop them off at the Chadron Primary School Office. We will be accepting any donations from now until the date of our Penny Carnival. We thank you in advance for your support and participation in this exciting event and the theme for this year’s Penny Carnival is “We Stick Together Like Legos - Building Families and Friendships”. The Penny Carnival will run from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. and we will have snacks and refreshments. Please bring your entire family to join in our fun!! Thank you again for your continued support of Chadron Public Schools.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Breakfast in the Teachers' Lounge is always a big treat for our Cardinals of the Month. These students have gone above and beyond following our Cardinal Rules of 1)Be Safe 2)Be Respectful and 3)Be Responsible. We are so proud of our students and are happy to celebrate all of the GREAT things these kiddos have achieved.
|Breakfast in the Lounge is always a big hit!|
|Back Row (2nd Grade): Graycen O., Addison F., Braylon B., and Sam K.|
Middle Row (1st Grade): Quinn D., Jhett N., Addisyn P., and Cooper P.
Front Row (Kindergarten): Havyn H., Malachi G., Oakley T., and Remi W.
|CrAzY kids having fun!|
Mrs. Hoffman's class was the winning class in collecting our BoxTops for Education. This class collected 683 box tops and were able to celebrate on Friday. Thank you to all of the families that support our BoxTops drive. We are able to purchase outdoor play equipment and other supplemental supplies for our students. Congratulations Mrs. Hoffman and kiddos!
Thursday, November 2, 2017
A partnership with Chadron Public Schools, classrooms compete to raise money for the Circle of Light and the Future Healthcare Professions Scholarship. The Circle of Light is a program that gives financial assistance to patients diagnosed with cancer in our area. The Future Healthcare Professions Scholarship is a scholarship program for seniors interested in the healthcare profession. Both are aimed at giving back to our community.
Challenge ends and the winner of each school receives a Subway party in December! Good luck and thank you for supporting Change for Changing Lives!!!
|"CrAzY Day" at Chadron Primary School didn't stop Lynn Mathis with Chadron Community Hospital and Principal Libby Uhing from putting the first coin in the jar to support the Circle of Light fund raiser.|
I hope you consider joining Kevin Hines as he shares his story of hope and celebration of life. Kevin Hines is a mental health advocate, global speaker, best-selling author, documentary filmmaker and entrepreneur who reaches audiences all over the world with his story of an unlikely survival and his strong will to live. Two years after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder (at 19 years of age), he attempted to take his own life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. He is one of only thirty-four (less than 1%) to survive the fall and he is the only Golden Gate Bridge jump survivor who is actively spreading the message of living mentally healthy around the globe.
On November 14th, a 7:00pm program will be open to the public at the CSC Student Center Ballroom.
Our Lunchtime Solution staff hosted a Halloween coloring contest and the winners for each class are listed below. We had first, second, and third place winners in each grade and the children were excited to see the coloring sheets displayed this past month. Thank you to our Lunch Gals for sponsoring this fun event and congratulations to all of our students.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Congratulations to our Book Fair Winners from each classroom. Kendrick Trovato was our raffle winner and won a basket of goodies worth over $100. Thank you to all of the families and individuals who came to our conferences and supported our Book Fair. The proceeds from this event go to buying new books for our library.