Tuesday, October 25, 2016

CMS Celebrate Red Ribbon Week Oct. 31st-November 4th

Chadron Middle School will celebrate Red Ribbon Week during the week of October 31st.  The national campaign started in 1988 in response to the 1985 murder of DEA agent Enrique Camarnea.  Parents and youth across the country started to wear red ribbons as a way to raise awareness of the murder and to protest the destruction that drug use causes in America.  Red Ribbon Week continues in schools and communities across America as a visible commitment to live a safe, healthy and drug free life.

In keeping with tradition, part of Chadron Middle School's celebration will include dress up day themes.  The 2016 dress up themes are below.

Mon: PJ Day - Put Drugs to bed
Tues: Favorite Book Character -  Writing out drugs
Wed: Blast from the past - Make Drugs history
Thurs: Duo Day (Twins) - Stick up for each other against drugs
Fri: Spirit Day  - get RED of drugs 

2016-17 CMS Winter Sports Schedule

Thursday, October 20, 2016

CMS Student Council Scores Microwave

CMS Student Council Lunchroom Committee:
Emily, Parker, Gracie and Kolby 
The Chadron Middle School Student Council Lunchroom Committee just made the microwave line shorter by scoring another microwave for the lunchroom.  A huge thank you goes out to Parker F. and his family for the generous donation.

Parker looks pretty excited to part ways with his
old microwave.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016


The Chadron chapter of TEAMMATES will host the "GO BIG" Event on November 9th at 6 PM in the CHS Gym.  Former Husker Blackshirt, DeMonie Adams, will be the the special guest speaker. Please check out the flyer below for more information.

Monday, October 10, 2016

CMS Slam Dunks Recycling

On October 10th, Jacki Dailey from Keep Chadron Beautiful and the Chadron State College Men's Basketball Team, helped kickoff the 3rd annual Recycle Bowl at an all school assembly in the CMS gym.  Ms. Dailey explained the Recycle Bowl and informed students of the different kinds of items that can be recycled during the program.  Items included plastic, cardboard, paper and aluminum cans.  The Chadron State Eagles Men's basketball slam dunked recyclable items and did a great job of getting the kids fired up for the Recycle Bowl.

This is a competition, so CMS students have been challenged to collect more pounds of recyclable items than the Primary School and Intermediate Schools.  In addition, Ms. Dailey let the kids know that last year the community of Chadron took 1st place among participating communities in Nebraska for collecting the most recyclable items and challenged the students to be 1st in the nation this year.

The Recycle Bowl will begin on Monday, October 17th and continue until November 18th.  Recycle bins will be placed outside of the CMS playground and students and community members are encouraged to put recyclable items into the bin.

Ms. Dailey and members of the CSC Eagles Men's Basketball Team

CMS students and staff listen as Ms. Daily explains the Recycle Bowl

Slam Dunk Recycling!