Wednesday, March 25, 2020

New Learning Packets start Monday, March 30, 2020

Learning Packets ~ Starting Monday, March 30, 2020

Learning Packets

Packets will be distributed for one week increments starting Monday (March 30th) and digital copies will be available on our Chadron Public Schools COVID-19 webpage that is in the process of being developed.   We will distribute the packets on MONDAYS (10:30am-12:30pm) from the Primary School Ramp - PLEASE NOTE - we will be changing the One Way direction of the ramp to pass North to South in front of the Primary Building! Please enter the Middle School parking lot from the North Entrance (6th and Chapin/East 7th St.) and proceed through the Middle School parking lot.  If you are participating in the Grab n’ Go food service please stop on the East side of the Middle School gym and then proceed between the Middle and Primary Schools to the Primary School ramp. Turn left and/or South onto the ramp and stop at the Primary School front door to pick up learning packets and then go down the ramp to exit onto 8th St. or Ann St. We look forward to seeing you Monday and please see the map below for more guidance.


Sunday, March 22, 2020

Panhandle Schools Closed Through May 1st


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After consultation with COVID-19 Unified Command, it has been determined that all schools in the Nebraska Panhandle will be closed through Friday, May 1st, with the possibility of schools being closed for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year.  This decision will be re-evaluated as circumstances change, with parents and families updated accordingly and extended as needed.  This is a precautionary measure; there are currently no confirmed cases in the Panhandle; however, local health and school officials are watching the COVID-19 situation in Colorado, Wyoming, and South Dakota closely.  School Superintendents met with Unified Command and agreed this action would help prevent exposure to our area to flatten the curve and decrease the spread of disease.