Thursday, October 14, 2021

Chadron High Homecoming Activities & Royalty (Oct. 18-22)

 

Attention, Cardinals! Homecoming is next week! CHS Student Council has worked hard to deliver the best Homecoming experience this year. Don't miss any of the fun festivities taking place from October 18th to the 22nd!

 

Homecoming Kick-Off/Burning of the C (Monday, Oct. 18 @ 6:00p)

We are happy to announce that CHS will be holding the “Burning the C” event again! It will take place Monday, October 18th, at 6:00 p.m.. The C will be burned in the primary school parking lot. 

 

Homecoming Dress-Up Days

Make sure to put on your best costumes and show your school spirit!

 

Monday (10/18)- Holiday Dress

  • Seniors: Fall Holidays 

  • Juniors: Winter Holidays 

  • Sophomores: Summer Holidays 

  • Freshman: Spring Holidays 

Prizes: Each grades best dressed will receive a free six-inch from subway.

 

Tuesday (10/19)- Country vs. Country Club- Dress up for a day at the ranch or a day at the course!

Prizes: $10 Country Kitchen Gift Card

 

Wednesday (10/20)- Beach Day- plan for a beautiful day at the beach bring your towels and floaties! 

 Prizes: $25 Runza Gift Card

 

 

Thursday (10/21)- Tie-Dye- Dress up in your favorite array of colors! 

$25 From GLR

 

Friday (10/22)- Spirit Day! Put on red, white, and black Cardinal gear and get excited about the football game, and dance!

 Prizes: $50 Grand Prize

 

 

Pep Rally (Oct. 22)

Friday afternoon (during school), students will gather in the High School gymnasium for fun games and competitions organized by the Student Council. Each fall sport will have a team competing in the competition. 

 

Homecoming Varsity Football Game (Oct. 22)

The homecoming football game against Ogallala will begin at 7:00 pm. Make sure to come and support your team! During halftime, the homecoming court will be announced, and the king and queen will be crowned! The homecoming court is as follows: 


Freshmen Attendants:

Teagan Bach, Jodean Chesley, Quinn Baily & Zane Cullers


Sophomores Attendants:

Demi Ferguson, Kinley Richardson, Kobe Bissonette, & Gage Wild.  

 

Juniors Attendants:

Sophie Wess Norah Winckler, Xander Provance, & Malachi Swallow

 

Homecoming King Candidates:

Ryan Bickel, Hunter Townsend, & Chayton Bynes

 

Homecoming Queen Candidates:

Leila Tewahade, Raeleigh Bridges, & Tatum Bailey

 

Final voting to crown King and Queen will take place Friday, October 22nd.

 

Homecoming Dance (Oct. 23rd)

The homecoming dance will take place on October 23rd from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am. This year's homecoming will be held on a Saturday due to the cross country team potentially not being able to make it due to state. We, the student council, also came to the conclusion that it will be easier to host a homecoming dance on a Saturday so that we will all have more time to get ready before the dance. We will also be able to host the dance earlier because of this slight change. 

 

We look forward to homecoming week and hope you plan on attending as many activities as possible!


Friday, October 1, 2021

CHS Senior Takes 2nd At State Range Judging Contest

 



Chadron FFA Range Judgers Place high at State Competition



 Luke Kahl of Chadron FFA is Nebraska State Range Judging State Runner Up! 

The Nebraska State Range judging competition was held Wednesday near Valentine. Teams from all across the state competed in the areas of range site evaluation, identifying and classifying range plants, calculating stocking rates andt making range management decisions.

In the Senior division Luke Kahl  earned second place out of 123 competitors, making him the highest placing Chadron competitor to date. The Senior team made up of Luke Kahl, Bryson Bickel, Jace Lein and Addie Diers placed a respectable 12th place.

 In Junior competition Cody Kahl had an outstanding day placing 4th as an individual out of 138 competitors. Owen Wess also earned recognition placing in the top 25% of the competition. The Junior team of Cody Kahl, Owen Wess, James Koerber and Jadyn Tidyman placed 11th in the state competition. This year's  teams were made of primarily  underclassmen which holds great promise for the upcoming years.







Thursday, September 23, 2021

Please Consider Supporting Our Prom Fundraiser!

Chadron Sr High School, kicked off our fundraiser and we need your help! We are raising $7,000 for to pay for prom next year and graduation the following year.


Will you help us to reach our goal? You can support our fundraiser by going to the link below.  If you don't use my personal shopping link, you need to go to https://www.ShopFund.com click SHOP NOW and then put in Student Code: MA34012.

My Personal Shopping link is: https://www.shopfund.com/Shop?sid=942233&t=EM

Friday, September 17, 2021

Chadron Range Judgers Win it All!

 Chadron Range Judgers Win Area 1 Range Judging Contest


Chadron FFA and Intro to agriculture students participated in the area 1 range judging contest  hosted by the USDA Natural Resource NRCS located near Alliance on Wednesday September 15th, 2021. For the first time since bringing FFA back into the high school, Chadron range judgers came home with gold in three different divisions. Senior Luke Kahl, won Chadron's first ever Gold medal as the senior division individual champion. Cody Kahl, a  Sophomore, became the chapter's first ever Junior division individual champion. Freshman James Koerber, tied for second as an individual. Teammates Owen Wess, Jadyn Tidyman, Cody Kahl and James Koerber earned the schools first junior division range judging championship.  In addition, fellow teammates Bryson Bickel, Billy Hy, Addison Diers, and Jace Lien earned third place. These students will have an opportunity to compete at the Nebraska State Range judging competition held near Valentine on September 29th.



Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Parent-Teacher Conferences and Bonus Sessions on Sept. 16th 5:00-8:30

 Chadron High School will host the fall Parent-Teacher Conference on Thursday, September 16 from 5:00-8:30 in the high school Commons.  We hope you can join us to meet your student's teachers and get updated on classroom happenings.


New this year, we have added two optional programs for parents and students to attend during conferences:

        5:00 in Auditorium - Andrew Hunzeker will provide a free college preparation session.  This session is probably most valuable for parents of juniors or seniors.  Andrew will join us again later this year to host the EducationQuest Financial Aid program and to schedule FAFSA work times for parents of college-bound seniors.  This is a great chance to get to know him early and to ask questions or gain early information!

        6:00 in Auditorium - Mrs. Watson and Mr. Mack will host a general parent information session and Q&A.  This session may be most valuable for parents new to our high school whether as freshman or transfer students but anyone can attend to ask questions.