Entries by Pete Broyles

Chelsea Yearbooks!

Hey Chelsea Families! The 2018-19 yearbook is available for pre-order sales at: https://chelseaschoolstore.com/product/2019-yearbook/ Get yours before May 31 and save $10!

The 2019 Walk for Learning Differences was a Success!

Thank you Hyattsville, what a terrific event! We were thrilled that more than 40 Chelsea School students, staff, and their families came together for the third annual Walk for Learning Differences.  Walking over two miles in Chelsea blue, we received an incredibly warm welcome and we were proud to have a place in the Hyattsville City parade. […]

Setting Students with ADHD up for College Success

Please join us Tuesday, May 7, from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm for the second in our 2018-19 series of public engagement events.  This collaborative effort between The University of Maryland’s Brain and Behavior Initiative and Chelsea School is aimed at strengthening our community’s knowledge of learning disabilities.  Speakers, along with Chelsea School staff, will […]

2019 Walk for Learning Differences

This Saturday, April 27, Chelsea School will hold its third annual Walk for Learning Differences. Students, parents, and teachers will get out in the community to raise awareness for learning differences, and the services available right here in Hyattsville.   Our plan is to meet at 9:00am on the top deck of Chelsea’s parking garage […]

Open House and Academic Fair

Please join us on April 4, 2019 for a unique opportunity to tour Chelsea and check out some work by our incredible students! The Academic Fair features student projects and writings from throughout the year.  Student exhibits open at 6:00 pm, and displays range from the interactive to personal presentations.  Our Admissions Director and Leadership Corps […]

2019 Walk for Learning Differences Fundraising Underway!

Chelsea students, staff, and families have officially started fundraising for our third annual Walk for Learning Differences. On Saturday, April 27, these Chelsea Champions will be walking over two miles—first on their own, then joining with the Hyattsville City Parade—to raise awareness for learning disabilities. All proceeds from this event will directly support Chelsea’s Tuition […]