Monday, November 27, 2023

Primary Students Decorate Dawes County Courthouse Tree


Before Thanksgiving Break, students from Chadron Primary School were able to make ornaments and walk down to the Dawes County Courthouse to decorate the Christmas Tree housed in the lobby area.  Students enjoyed the nice weather and were treated to candy canes from the courthouse staff.  We are thankful to have the opportunity to spread some joy this holiday season and if you get a chance, stop by the courthouse to look at the artwork of our students.

Monday, November 20, 2023

Cardinals of the Month ~ October


We are so excited to celebrate another round of Cardinals of the Month!  These students have met the high expectations set by their teachers and are role models within our building.  We congratulate each and every one of them and were able to have breakfast in the gym to honor their hard work!  Great job kiddos!

Friday, November 17, 2023

Kids Heart Challenge ~ Hands Only CPR


We hope you can join us in creating a community of LIFESAVERS!!  The QR code will take you to the Chadron Primary Team Page and you can sign up from there.  Our focus at the Primary School is not for monetary goals and donations, but rather the lifesaving skills of Hands Only CPR.  We hope this video also helps you connect to the purpose of our drive.

 Kids Heart Challenge & American Heart Challenge are Saving Lives

Salvation Army Bell Ringing


Thursday, November 16, 2023

FCCLA Shoe Drive


Have you cleaned out your closet lately? Those shoes that have been sitting there unworn, actually have value! Chadron High School FCCLA is collecting gently worn, used, and new shoes and they need your help. They are looking for all types of shoes: sneakers, boots, dress shoes, sandals, athletic and casual shoes. Children through adult sizes. They want them all! Each Chadron Public School has a drop-off box.

Monday, November 13, 2023

Kids Heart Challenge


Native American Liaison Ms. Bernie Visits Second Grade


Bernie Egger, our Native American liaison, paid a visit to Mrs. Sandstrom’s classroom to teach kids the story behind the dreamcatcher. Each student was able to make a dreamcatcher of their own!!