These two sweethearts have gone above and beyond our Cardinal Rules to make kindness count. During Fur Trade Days this summer Miss Oakley and Miss Kendall set up a lemonade stand downtown and rather than spend their earnings on fun filled things for themselves, they chose to donate their money to lunch funds at Chadron Primary School! For some of our students who receive assistance with free and reduced lunch funding, getting seconds on lunch entrees means added costs for the family. With the money Kendall and Oakley donated, we have been able to help students get the food they need. A
After a few weeks of fundraising for our ACES (All Children Experience Success) positive behavior program, our students hit their goal of $300 to duct tape Principal Uhing to the wall! Students brought change and dollar bills to add to the buckets to get to their goal and on Friday, she was stuck! Her daughters helped complete the fun with one over her mouth and students were so excited to celebrate their fund raising. The money donated goes to our ACES rewards throughout the year and to support our End of Year Celebration. Thank you to all of the families and staff that made this event
These Chadron Primary School students received Perfect Attendance awards for the ENTIRE YEAR!! With all we have going on throughout the year, including sessions of sickness, this is no easy task! Thank you to all of the family support that helps our littlest birds attend every day! Congratulations kiddos! Enjoy your summer!
Chadron Public Schools would like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to the United Methodist Church Sunday School Group for making another generous donation to our negative lunch balances across the district! These students continue to do amazingly good work that helps so many other kiddos. We want to thank all of the United Methodist congregation for their support of Chadron Public Schools.
Chadron Primary School is so fortunate to have so many incredible donors for our ACES (All Children Experience Success) positive behavior program. Throughout the year, we support students in positive ways and continually encourage positive choices. Students are able to earn Cardinal Coupons that allow them the chance to be chosen for monthly drawings from the prize cart. Outstanding students are also honored by their teachers as being chosen as our Cardinals of the Month; those students are treated to breakfast in the teachers' lounge. At the end of the year, students all gather in the
Chadron Primary School is proud to implement our PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) which is called ACES (All Children Experience Success). Part of our successful supports is to help students make better choices with the help of a behavior notebook and a "check in" "check out" person who is there to support and offer encouragement. We are so proud to announce a graduation of one of our students from our notebook program. This little guy has grown so much in making good choices and has had a tremendous year. He was able to have his graduation celebration with some of h
Chadron Primary Students enjoyed the last day of school with a scavenger hunt close to school. Students had to take pictures with a variety subjects for the photograph, including the high school marquee, for sale signs, on a slide, in the shape of a letter, with strangers doing the YMCA, and shaking a high school teachers hand to name a few. Students and teachers had so much fun exploring town and gathering crazy pictures. We want to thank all of the Chadron Primary Families for another great school year and we hope you all have great summers!
Chadron Primary School received a generous donation from the Guardians of the Children organization to help take care of outstanding lunch balances. Thanks to this donation we will be able to assist so many children and we want to send a HUGE shout out to this organization that does so much for children in our community!
Chadron Primary School hosted a "Let the Adventure Begin" party for staff leaving us next school year. It was a bittersweet day celebrating all our wonderful relationships and memories while wishing everyone good luck in the next adventures of their lives. We are anxious to hear about the next steps in life for all of our honorees and look forward to what awaits them all. They will be missed next year and we wish them all well!
Our 2nd Grade students recently completed their multicultural unit in which groups of students studied and learned about countries around the world. They were able to showcase these students with one another and other students in school as the posters and dough maps have been on display in the library. Students also enjoyed a lunch featuring cuisine made from the countries they studied. Thank you to the staff, students, and families that supported this wonderful learning opportunity.