Chadron High School901 Cedar Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:15PM
7:50AM - 1:30PM
Mr. Jerry Mack
On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM, there is a planned, nationwide, 17-minute voluntary school
walkout for students to show solidarity with the victims of school violence. Chadron Public School (CPS)
students who choose to participate in the walkout will be allowed to do so and parents are more than
welcomed to join their child. The 17 minute walkout honors the 17 fatalities of the recent school tragedy in
The Chadron community is invited to attend the second strategic planning meeting to be held at the high school library on March 14th @ 6:30p. The meeting will focus on Chadron Public Schools Activities.
The 2018 driver's education classes held at Chadron High School will begin May 30th. Online registration begins March 1st.Students must have a DMV-issued permit to take this class.
Chadron Driver Education is offered at Chadron High School on the following dates: Tuesday, May 30 through June 2nd (8:00am - 1:30p)
On-Street Driving: Arranged at the mutual convenience of the students and instructor
I've been trying to keep up with the many reactions to the school tragedy in Parkland, Florida. The national response has created many discussions and possibly some changes in state and federal laws. As policy makers continue their discussions, schools have been dealing with increased threats of violence, often by students who claim to be 'joking'. I thought this article by the KSB Law Firm in Nebraska was worth sharing to address this topic. (KSB Blog)
National History Day is an educational program devoted to the learning of history.
Recently, students chose a topic related to the annual theme (“Conflict and Compromise in History”) and conducted extensive research using both primary and secondary sources.
After analyzing and drawing conclusions abouttheir topics’ significance in history, they presented their work in an original project. The district contest was held March 2, 2018 at Chadron State College.
The 3rd Quarter ends with a 1:30p dismissal next Wednesday, March 7, 2018.
Report cards will be prepared and sent home the week following spring break.
Parents: please remind your students to turn in any missing work before the end of the quarter.
There will be no school next Thursday and Friday (March 8 & 9) for Spring Break.
(Emailed letter to the students of CHS by Mr. Mack)
CHS senior standout Hunter Hawk has been selected as a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship to be offered in 2018. Hunter is the son of Jason and Amy Hawk.
Congratulations to CHS & CMS Vocal Music Teacher Wendy Mahr, selected as the Teacher of the Month for the region!
Teacher of the Month is sponsored by:Eagle RadioUpper Niobrara White Natural Resources DistrictNebraskaland Tire
Mrs. Mahr was presented the award at school today surrounded by the Cardinal Singers!
Watch the Nebraska High School Championships
Trackwrestling is excited to announce that we will be offering the Nebraska Wrestling State
Championships stream on-demand allowing you to easily watch your favorite wrestlers compete
when it’s convenient for you and replay all the great moments as much as you like.
Trackwrestling understands that it is a huge accomplishment for any wrestler to make it to the state
Chadron and the Cardinals Committed are proud leaders and supporters of the state-wide push for the Human Performance Project of Nebraska.
Cardinals Committed is not a club, it's a lifestyle! We're thankful for this program and the leadership opportunities it provides for our students.
Submitted by CHS Sophomore, Abigail Gardner
In biology, we did a plant anatomy lab. In this lab we used microscopes to look at slides of roots, stems
and leaves. On each slide, there was a monocot and a dicot version of the three parts we examined.
Through this lab we learned what to look for in order to determine if it was a dicot or monocot. In roots,
you can determine the difference between the shape of the xylem. In a dicot root, the xylem will form
the shape of a cross or an x all bunched together which can be portrayed below.