Monday, September 28, 2020
Friday, September 25, 2020
But, we'll say it again...
No matter your opinion on masks, health, science, politics, etc. ...wearing a face mask will prevent larger numbers of quarantines so we can keep students (and staff) in school and participating in activities. Thank you for your support!
September 23, 2020 - Directed Health Measure
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Book Fair dates: Sept. 14, 2020 – Sept. 18, 2020
Shopping hours: Arranged with classroom teachers
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account:
We invite you to visit our Online Fair at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/chadronmiddleschool. Our Online Fair is available from September 8 to September 15.
Friday, September 11, 2020
September 9, 2020
To: Students, Parents, & Guardians
Greetings Chadron Public Schools Parents, Patrons, and Students:
It is my pleasure to welcome you to Chadron Public Schools. Set apart for excellence, our students enjoy dynamic relationships and rigorous curriculum equipping them for the future and challenging them to be lifelong leaders. We believe that every student can learn and will grow when expectations are high and clear.
As you are aware and have felt yourself we face many new challenges this year. It is our aim to partner with you to make sure that our students are receiving a high quality education. We are lucky to be part of one of the best school districts anywhere. The Covid Pandemic has changed our normal operating procedures. Thank you for honoring our plans and procedures. In order to manage these challenges we will continue to evaluate our procedures to make sure our students are safe. We know it will not be perfect, but our goal is to keep in-person instruction happening.
Chadron Public Schools was fortunate to be on the receiving end of a grant that used Keno money to provide our students with thermometers for free. We are appreciative of this gift given to our school. Please use the thermometers to self-screen each morning.
Ginger L. Meyer, Superintendent
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Here are brief examples when each would be used in a school or activity setting:
"HOLD" - Keep students in classroom. Ex. A student has a seizure and medical staff need to enter the building without interruptions or distractions in the halls.
"SECURE" - No one enters or leaves the building because of a threat outside the building. Ex. Police are looking for a suspected criminal in the area near the school.
"LOCKDOWN" - Avoid, Deny, Defend. Ex. A threat is inside the building.
"EVACUATE" - Exit the building quickly and safely. Ex. A fire drill or actual fire in the building.
"SHELTER" - Take shelter in a safe area. Ex. Tornado drill or actual tornado warning in announced.