Entries by Frank Mills

Chelsea Literacy Coordinator Recognized for Outstanding Teaching

Chelsea Literacy Coordinator Recognized for Outstanding Teaching For the past 12 years, Karen Gallo has overseen all aspects of Chelsea School’s literacy programming. In that time, she and her reading specialists have helped hundreds of dyslexic students to become independent, lifelong readers. This fall, Karen received the Altra Federal Credit Union Cash for Classrooms award […]

Chelsea Alum Battles Forrest Fires Out West

Chelsea Alum Battles Forrest Fires Out West This year’s forest fire season has been particularly daunting. Between January and October 2021, there were over 46,000 fires consuming almost 6 million acres of forest. Teams of firefighters from the US Forest Service have been dispatched to contain and extinguish these fires. It is an exhausting, dangerous, […]

Open House Thursday, October 28th

Join us! Chelsea School will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, October 28 from 9:00 am – 11:00 am. There will be student-led tours, a presentation by our Admissions Director, and time for Q&A with Chelsea Leadership. Space is limited and these opportunities are scheduled, so please RSVP and be here at 9:00 am […]

The Game-Changing Device for Students with LD

The Game-Changing Device for Students with Learning Differences Virtual learning was not been easy for Chelsea School’s students, but the experience helped teachers and staff to better understand what type of electronic device could best to meet the needs of students with learning disabilities. In the fall of 2019, the school began upgrading its first […]

Back to School!

Back to School! Chelsea School will begin its 45th year of education by welcoming students back to its campus on Monday, August 30. This will mark the first time since March of 2020 that all students and staff will be back on campus. “To say we’re excited is an understatement,” said Head of School Kristal […]

Chelsea Celebrates Women’s History Month

Chelsea Celebrates Women’s History Month On Tuesday, March 23rd, Chelsea School’s month-long celebration of Women’s History culminated in a remarkable school-wide event. A virtual panel of women from a diversity of occupations and professional backgrounds were brought together to discuss the importance of women’s history with our students. The panel included Melissa Boston, educator, school […]

Students Return to Campus for Learning Pod

Students Return to Campus for Learning Pod On Monday, March 22, 2021, students returned to the Chelsea campus for the first time in over a year to take part in the Learning Pod. The Learning Pod is designed to meet the needs of students who have been struggling particularly hard during distance learning, and who […]

Keeping Students Safe and Focused While Online

Keeping Students Safe and Focused While Online In December 2020, Chelsea School launched Go Guardian, a digital teaching environment for remote learning designed to filter and monitor content on all student devices, eliminate distractions through classroom management tools, and identify unsafe online behavior. The program also gives teachers, administrators, and parents direct access to student […]

January 2021 News and Notes

Chelsea Sophomore Helps Feed the Homeless What did you do over Winter Break? While most of us were chilling out, watching Soul or Wonder Woman 1984, and taking it easy, one of our sophomores was making a real difference in her community. Savannah is a 10th grader from Washington, DC. This is her second year […]

December 2020 News and Notes

Senior Class Collects Food for Community On November 14, Chelsea School’s Class of 2021 hosted a food drive to support members of the school’s community as well as local foodbanks. Many families in the Chelsea learning community, as well as those in our local area, have struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Drawing on the support […]