Area Youth Basketball League – December through January, GRADES 3RD THROUGH 6TH
October 14 @ CHS Football Field 1:00-3:30p.m.
October 15 @ PAC 5:30-7:00 p.m. (Top South entrance)
October 21 @ CHS Football Field 1:00-3:30 p.m.
October 23 & 24 @ Falco (during Tackle Football equipment Check-in 5:30-7:00 p.m.)
Cost is $35.
If you can not attend on any of these registration dates you may also print off a registration form and mail it to: Chadron Community Recreation, P.O. Box 4, Chadron, NE 69337. Registration fee and form are due by November 1st. Cost of the Program is $35.
The elementary students, in grades Kindergarten through 5th, will be going on a field trip to Wind Cave National Park and Mount Rushmore National Monument on Wednesday, May 9, 2012. The bus will leave at 8:00 am and will arrive back to the school at 6:00 pm. The trip is free of charge to the students, but each child needs to dress appropriately and bring a sack lunch for the day.
The average temperature in the Wind Cave is about 60 degrees Farenheit, so students need to bring a jacket or sweatshirt and wear comfortable walking shoes. There are no FLIP-FLOPS allowed in the Wind Cave.
We are looking forward to having a fabulous day of fun and education!
We have set May 24th as elementary track day for grades PK—5th. If the weather is nice, events will be held on the football field; if it is not, events will be held in Lister-Sage. Exact events will be determined by location. Events will begin following lunch at approximately noon. Students will eat at 11:30 am in the cafeteria and parents are welcome to join them.
Please RSVP for lunch by calling the school at 638-4434 before May 10th.
The elementary awards are scheduled to begin at 2:30 pm following the track “day” events.
Last year, the elementary collected 81 pounds of pop tabs. The fourth grade class found that it takes approximately 1000 pop tabs to make a pound, which would make our total pop tabs collected about 81,000 pop tabs! That’s a lot of pop!
IF the elementary as a whole can collect more than 81 pounds of pop tabs THIS year, we will have a PIZZA PARTY for the WHOLE ELEMENTARY!!!
Please have all pop tabs turned in by Monday, May 14th. Stay tuned for the grand total…
Mrs. Olson will be holding Kindergarten registration Friday, April 13, 2012 from 8:15 am to 11:30 am in the Kindergarten room. A child must be 5 by July 31st to register. Please bring a copy of your child’s state certified birth certificate, social security number, and immunization record. The 2012 Kindergarten will visit school Thursday, April 19th from 8:00 to 11:00. If you are unable to attend registration, please contact the school at 638-4434.
The 1st grade room was a little crowded on March 8th as parents and family members joined their students at school for Math & Muffins. The idea behind Math & Muffins was to involve family members in the learning process. While enjoying juice and muffins family members and kids played math games to reinforce what’s being learned in the classroom. It was a very successful event and the students are already asking when we can do it again!
The elementary students and teachers celebrated the 100th day of school on February 21st. We started the day with a delicious pancake and sausage breakfast prepared and served by the elementary teachers and staff. In the library, students’ creative collections of 100 items were on display for everyone to enjoy! We ended the day with a Make-Your-Own Ice Cream Sundae Buffet and announced the winners of the 100th Day Collections. Everyone had a great time celebrating our 100th day of school.
100th Day Collection Awards
1st – Toby Scherbarth
2nd – Abby Russell
3rd – Braydon Binger
2nd/3rd grade Division
1st – Hannah Wohl
2nd – Bailey Scherbarth
3rd – Taylyn Hopkins
4th/5th grade Division
1st – Rebekah Holtmeier
2nd – Jacob Roberts
3rd – Johnny Morrison
We started the afternoon celebration with the ebook The Lorax. Many students knew that The Lorax movie opened in theaters last Friday. The National Honor Society took over as the classes went to separate rooms.
The fourth and fifth grade talked about the Lorax then drew their own versions of the Once-ler. As everyone knows, you only see his hands in the book.
The second and third graders listened to My Many Colored Days then colored their personal version of their “colored day.” While they worked, Mrs. Binger read Fox in Socks to the group. This book will tie anyone’s tongue in a knot.
Kindergarten and first grade did a Lorax color by number picture, but had to do some math to figure out what colors to use. They finished by listening to The Cat in the Hat.
The celebration finished with Laurin and Jordan doing a duet reading of Green Eggs and Ham.
The fourth grade reading class recruited some third graders to help them put on a play. The play they chose was “Rumpelstiltskin, Private Eye” by Jason Sanford from Newfangled Fairy Tales, Book #2.
The miller approaches Rumpelstiltskin about his kidnapped daughter. Seems he bragged about his daughter’s ability to spin straw into gold and the next day the king kidnapped his daughter. Rumpelstiltskin doesn’t get along with the captain of the guard (who can never remember his name) so he has to sneak into the castle through the sewer. When he finds the miller’s daughter, he discovers he has been tricked. The straw is coming into the castle and gold is going out, but it is from the treasury, not the daughter’s talent. Rumpelstiltskin must run for his life and figure out how to clear his name and save the king’s treasury from the greedy con artists.
On the day, the king is to marry the miller’s daughter Rumpelstiltskin appears at the castle. He leads everyone through the castle until he finds hidden straw (thanks to the captain’s hay fever), reveals the con artists’ plan, and tells the king where his money is hidden.
Jaiden Anderson – Narrator
Jake Roberts – Rumpelstiltskin
Kade Moore – Miller
Hannah Wohl – Happy
Jace Langford – Captain of the Guard
Miller’s Daughter – Joce Varvel
The King – Hunter Letcher
Play Directed by Mrs. Matthews
The first and second graders recently went on a field trip to the Binger farm. The lambing was at its peak and we had a great time viewing and holding all the new lambs. There were lots of interesting questions, like “How do you tell how old they are?” (Look at their teeth) And, “How are the lambs born?” (Very fast) But the true excitement came as a protective ewe jumped a panel. We finished the farm tour with ice cream and drinks. What a blaaaaaaast!