Chadron Teachers, Supt Pleased With Staff Reporting Day

Monday was the first day back for teachers in the Chadron Public Schools and the district’s 4 principals say all the teachers seemed happy to be back despite the uncertainties for the school year presented by COVID-19.

New Superintendent Ginger Meyer was thrilled to be meeting or seeing some of the teachers for the first time since taking over from the retired Caroline Winchester last month, and she was pleased to see how excited they were to be starting another new year.

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┬áStudents were originally scheduled to start on Thursday, but that’s been pushed back to next Monday – largely at the request of the teachers, many of who expressed the desire to spend more time in their classrooms getting used to the COVID-19 procedures and protocols before students arrive