Entries by Frank Mills

Virtual Open House Wednesday, September 23rd!

Join us! Chelsea School will be hosting a Virtual Open House on Wednesday, September 23 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm.  There will be a presentation by our Executive Director and Admissions Director, with time for Q&A throughout the event.  Space is limited and these opportunities are scheduled, so please RSVP using this link.  Registered […]

Virtual Tours Weekly!

Chelsea School will be hosting weekly Virtual Tours every Tuesday at 4:00 pm.  Please contact Debbie Lourie, Director of Admissions: dlourie@chelseaschool.edu to reserve your spot.  Registered guests will receive a Zoom invitation the day of the event. Please feel free to contact us with any questions!    

Leveraging Relationships in a Time of Pandemic

This spring, Frank Mills, our Executive Director, was invited to contribute an article to the Educating All Learners Alliance discussing Chelsea School’s remarkable shift to virtual learning in March. As local districts closed for several weeks without any kind of educational programming, Chelsea School was able to quickly pivot to a fully virtual instructional model […]

Moving and Grooving

One of the side effects of students being quarantined to their homes this spring was that they did not have many opportunities to exercise. Perry Nichols, our veteran physical education teacher, came to the rescue! He created a class for our students called “Fun Fitness Challenges” where, using their home spaces, they were able to […]

Old Faces, New Positions

In June, the Chelsea School Board of Governors announced two exciting position changes for the school’s senior leadership. Kristal Weems-Bradner, former Dean of Students and Co-Head of School, has returned to Chelsea and has taken on the role of Head of School. Frank Mills, former Head of School, is assuming the role of Executive Director. […]

Inside Virtual ESY

Our summer program, known as ESY (Extended School Year) kicked off on Monday, July 6th. For the first time ever, this program is being held completely online. Each day, students have classes meant to maintain and shore-up their basic skills over the summer: intensive reading tutorial, writing workshop, and mathematics lab. Once the school day […]