Friday, March 22, 2019

Stand Up For Yourself - Training Offerings



Would you like to learn how to stand up for yourself in uncomfortable or intimidating situations? Do you want to increase your skills in setting boundaries and responding effectively
to verbal or physical aggression?





COURSE OBJECTIVES
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
CANCELLATION POLICY




Come join 88Tactical


in the


Chadron Primary School gym


and learn how to


STAND UP FOR YOURSELF!





**Fri. April 5 6:00 - 10:00 pm Basic Women’s Primal Self Defense is a class for females age 12 and up *$60/student *Class limited to 20 *Details below (This is usually $80/class but local scholarships from Indivisible Chadron provide 25% tuition/student.)





**Sat. April 6, 2:00 - 5:00 pm Youth Anti-Bully & Anti-Abduction is a class for 6-12 year old girls and boys. *$45/student *Class limited to 20 *Details below


(This is usually $60/class but local scholarships from Indivisible Chadron provide 25% tuition/student.)





Register on line by 3/29/19: https://88tactical.com/ - Civilian Courses:


Combatives & Self-Defense - Primal Self-Defense - BASIC WOMEN’S PRIMAL SELF DEFENSE



Youth Courses - YOUTH ANTI-BULLY/ANTI-ABDUCTION



This is a community effort to empower our young people. Questions? Contact Cheryl Welch at 308-432-3519 or loswelchitos@gmail.com





The Basic Women’s Primal Defense is a 4 hour course taught by instructors with experience in real world defense. Students learn situational awareness and practice conflict de-escalation. This course primarily addresses how to deal with verbal confrontations, but students also learn some basic moves to defend themselves against a physical attack. By course completion, participants will have repeatedly used their newfound skills to assess danger, set boundaries, and respond effectively to verbal and physical aggression. Students get the chance to use full-force techniques against a staff instructor donning specially designed protective gear.





Respond effectively to verbal and physical aggression (belligerent people)



Describe and demonstrate levels of awareness and condition readiness



Demonstrate how to set boundaries, and control and maintain the “reactionary gap”



Demonstrate defensive strikes against an unarmed assailant



Describe and demonstrate what to do following an attack



Students must be at least 12 years old and have no significant underlying health issues. The student or parent/legal guardian signing the waiver must have a valid government issued I.D.


The Youth Anti-Bully & Anti-Abduction is a 3-hour course taught by instructors with experience in real world self-defense. The instructors will teach students how to deal with bullies in a non-violent manner, and then transition to anti-abduction tactics. Students will learn life-saving skills, assertive verbal and non-verbal communication, and situational awareness in a fun, safe and engaging environment. By course completion, participants will have repeatedly used their newfound skills to assess danger, set boundaries, and respond effectively to verbal and physical aggression. Students use full-force techniques against a staff instructor donning specially designed protective gear.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS


Children ages 6-12 with no significant underlying health issues.





Students who cancel less than 1 week prior to the start of a class will receive credit towards another class or receive a refund if a replacement participant is found. “No-Shows” will forfeit 100% of payments and fees. 88 Tactical reserves the right to cancel any course offered due to insufficient enrollment, weather or unforeseen circumstances. If this happens, all students will receive a full refund.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

NO SCHOOL (Friday March 15th)


DUE TO DANGEROUS TRAVEL CONDITIONS:
NO SCHOOL FRIDAY MARCH 15TH FOR CHADRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

February ~ Cardinals of the Month

Once again, Principal Uhing was able to celebrate outstanding Cardinals at Chadron Primary School.  These students went above and beyond our three Cardinal Rules of 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3)Be Responsible.  These students were selected by their homeroom teachers as kiddos who are wonderful examples of amazing Cardinal students.  A couple of our students were absent the day of our celebration so we will include them next month.  Congratulations to our Cardinals of the Month on a job well done; keep up the great work, we are so very proud of you!
No teachers allowed in the teachers' lounge during breakfast!

Back Row ~ 2nd Grade:  Sorina F., and Lucy S.
Middle Row ~ 1st Grade:  Kallie B., Alexis B., Rylee T., and Brycen L.
Front Row ~ Kindergarten:  Braden B., Zionne B., Kyleigh L, and Tenley G.

CrAzY Cardinals!

Monday, March 11, 2019

Healthy Habits ~ Put Down the Devices





Dr. Seuss Day Fun

Chadron Primary Students were treated to Dr. Seuss day fun in the forms of Seuss activities and reading from Mrs. Waugh's 8th grade students.  The children all had a great time celebrating Dr. Seuss day and we want to thank everyone who helped make this day so fun!












Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Penny Carnival Highlights

Chadron Primary School hosted its third annual Penny Carnival last Friday night; students and families enjoyed snacks, game booths, and the cake walk throughout the night while earning stamps for Legos.  It was wonderful to see all of our families enjoy time together and we want to thank all of the parents, volunteers, and helpers who organized and ran the Penny Carnival.  Our Parent Involvement group did much of the planning and coordination to make the event a success and we want to thank all involved in those monthly meetings.  We also want to thank our afterschool program Just for Kids volunteers, Coach Mullis and the Chadron State College Volleyball team, Sergeant Mullis and the Chadron State College ROTC, as well as Wendy Jamison and the Chadron State College Cardinal Key organization.  These college students volunteered their time to run the booths and help so our parent organizers could enjoy the evening with their children.  Our Penny Carnival would not be possible without the countless efforts of Chadron Primary staff members who helped organize the event and made baked goods for the Cake Walk.  Curt Holmquist was the winner of our 50/50 Raffle with a guess of 432 Legos in the bucket of 478.  We want to extend sincere gratitude to all of the businesses and individuals who so generously donated money, prizes, and baked goods for the event and we hope to see everyone next year! 














Incoming Kindergarten Parent Meeting 3/4/19


Friday, February 15, 2019

Love is in the Air at Chadron Primary School

Valentine's Day at Chadron Primary School was filled with gratitude and love all day long!  Teachers were given Valentines from students who wrote special notes and the teachers' lounge was also decorated with hearts of gratitude thanks to Mrs. Landreth's Kindergarten class.  Valentine's Day parties were filled with fun, snacks, activities, and even balloon animals in Mrs. Hoffman's classroom thanks to a visit by some special grandparents.  Thank you to all of the families who helped with snacks and supervision!









Ribbon Cutting


Battle of the Box Tops

Just a reminder that our Battle of the Box Tops ends February 28th.  We will be collecting Box Tops until the 28th and encourage you to bring those to Chadron Primary School.  The money we receive from the Box Tops reimbursement goes toward playground balls and supplies.  Thank you for your help in collecting the Box Tops.


Lunch Advisory Meeting on Feb 20th at 3:30

There will be a Lunch Advisory Meeting Wednesday, February 20th at 3:30 p.m. in the Chadron Public Schools Central Office.  This meeting is an opportunity for students and parents to express celebrations and concerns for our food service program.  We invite you all to attend and share your thoughts.  Hope to see you there!

Thursday, February 7, 2019

January ~ Cardinals of the Month

February brought another day of celebrating AWESOME students!!  These students enjoyed breakfast in the teachers' lounge and were able to visit with other students going above and beyond our Cardinal Rules 1)Be Safe, 2)Be Respectful, and 3)Be Responsible.  Classroom teachers chose these students to earn the recognition of Cardinals of the Month and we are so proud of the work they have done!

Breakfast kiddos!

Back Row ~ 2nd Grade:  Avarie D., Ellie D., Meri W., and Kade R.
Middle Row ~ 1st Grade:  Kaitlyn F., Emily P., Rylan R., and Jess W.
Front Row ~ Kindergarten:  Isabella W., Ellie H., Carter K. and Gabe H.

Having fun!