EMERGENCY SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAM Chelsea Massachusetts

REVISED March 18, 2020
EMERGENCY SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAM
Chelsea Massachusetts
Governor Baker has ordered that all schools in Massachusetts, including Chelsea
Public Schools, will be closed until Tuesday, April 7th
, 2020, if not longer. While
Chelsea schools are closed, free lunch and breakfast for children and youth will be
provided on week days at seven different locations.
Food will be “grab and go” which means that participants will pick up a
bagged lunch and breakfast, and can take it home with them. The
following procedures will be in place:
– Wait quietly and respectfully in line
– Maintain a separation of 6 feet between yourself and the next family group
– All children in Chelsea are eligible
– Children do not need to be present for families to pick up a meal
– Meals will be available between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm
You should go to the site closest to your home. There is no need to go to your
child’s school site – the meals at all locations will be the same. We ask that
participants walk or take alternative modes of transportation to the site nearest to
your home. Parking at these sites is limited.
Emergency School Food Program Locations are:
– Early Learning Center courtyard (Shurtleff Street side)
– Mary C. Burke Complex Parking Lot
– Williams Middle School Parking Lot
– Clark Avenue Middle School front entrance
– Chelsea High School front entrance
– St. Rose School courtyard
– Voke Park (Washington Avenue)
These sites are subject to change, but signs will be posted directing people to other
sites if this occurs.
REVISADO 18 Marzo-2020
PROGRAMA DE ALIMENTOS ESCOLARES DE EMERGENCIA
Chelsea, Massachusetts
El Gobernador Baker ordenó que todas las escuelas de Massachusetts, incluidas las
Escuelas Públicas de Chelsea, se cierren hasta el martes 7 de abril de 2020, si no por
un tiempo más largo. Mientras las escuelas de Chelsea están cerradas, se ofrecerá
almuerzo y desayuno gratis a los jóvenes en siete lugares diferentes en Chelsea.
La comida será “comida para llevar”, lo que significa que los
participantes recogerán un almuerzo y desayuno empacados, y podrán
llevárselos a casa. Se implementarán los siguientes procedimientos:
– Espera tranquila y respetuosamente en la fila
– Mantenga una separación de 6 pies entre usted y el próximo grupo familiar
– Todos los niños en Chelsea son elegibles
– Los niños no necesitan estar presentes para que las familias recojan un
almuerzo o desayuno
– Las comidas estarán disponibles entre las 11:00 a.m. y la 1:00 p.m
Es preferido que irse al sitio más cercano a su hogar. No es necesario ir a la escuela de
su hijo: las comidas en todos los lugares serán las mismas. Les pedimos a los
participantes que caminen o tomen medios de transporte alternativos al sitio más
cercano a su hogar. El estacionamiento en estos sitios es limitado.
Las ubicaciones del programa de alimentos escolares de emergencia son:
– Early Learning Center courtyard (Shurtleff Street side)
– Mary C. Burke Complex Parking Lot
– Williams Middle School Parking Lot
– Clark Avenue Middle School front entrance
– Chelsea High School front entrance
– St. Rose School courtyard
– Voke Park (Washington Street)
Estos sitios están sujetos a cambios, pero se publicarán letreros que dirijan a las
personas a otros sitios si esto ocurre.

Emergency Task Force on Coronavirus & Equity

Massachusetts Public Health Association

Action for Equity in Health

PRESS ADVISORY
March 19, 2020

Contact: Maddie Ribble, MA Public Health Association: 617-697-2107, mribble@mapublichealth.org

Emergency Task Force to Call for Immediate Action from Gov. Baker, Attorney General Healey, and the Legislature to Address Equity in the Face of Epidemic

WHEN and WHERE:

Friday, March 20, 2020
9:00am via Zoom
Register here

WHAT:

The Emergency Task Force on Coronavirus & Equity will call for urgent action from Governor Baker, Attorney General Healey, and the Legislature on four state policy priorities to address the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus outbreak on communities already experiencing marginalization, including low-wage workers, immigrants, and people experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

The Task Force, convened by the Massachusetts Public Health Association on March 17th, is calling on Governor Baker, Attorney General Healey & the Legislature to:

  • Ensure Immigrants Have Safe Access to Testing & Treatment
  • Ensure Everyone Has Access to Safe Quarantine
  • Pass Emergency Paid Sick Time
  • Enact a Moratorium on Evictions, Foreclosures & Termination of Public Benefits

86 organizations have endorsed the call to action, including leading civil rights, grassroots, public health, medical, labor, and social service organizations.

WHO:

Speakers will include:

  • Carlene Pavlos, Executive Director, Massachusetts Public Health Association
  • Sandro Galea, Co-Chair, Emergency Task Force on Coronavirus & Equity; Dean, Boston University School of Public Health
  • Cheryl Bartlett, Co-Chair, Emergency Task Force on Coronavirus & Equity; CEO, Greater New Bedford Community Health Center, former commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
  • Karen Chen, Executive Director, Chinese Progressive Association
  • Joyce Tavon, Director of Programs & Planning, Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance
  • Pablo Ruiz, Deputy Director, SEIU State Council & Co-Chair of Raise Up Massachusetts Grassroots Committee
  • Lisa Owens, Executive Director, City Life/Vida Urbana

Please register now to join us for this important event!

Endorsers of the call to action include:

  • 1199SEIU MA
  • 1Shot Couriers Inc.
  • About Fresh
  • ACLU of MA
  • Action for Boston Community Development
  • Allston Brighton Health Collaborative
  • American Federation of Teachers MA
  • Berkshire Regional Planning Commission
  • Boston Center for Independent Living
  • Boston University School of Public Health
  • Brazilian Worker Center Inc.
  • Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
  • Central West Justice Center
  • Children’s HealthWatch
  • Chinese Progressive Association
  • Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association
  • Clean Plate Law
  • Coalition for Social Justice
  • Collaborative for Educational Services
  • Conservation Law Foundation
  • DentaQuest Partnership for Oral Health Advancement
  • Environmental League of MA
  • Fallon Health
  • Greater Boston Food Bank
  • Greater Boston Interfaith Organization
  • Greater Lowell Health Alliance of CHNA 10
  • Greater New Bedford Community Health Center
  • Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
  • Health Care For All
  • Health Leads
  • Health Resources in Action
  • Healthcare & Human Service Consulting Group
  • Hildreth Institute
  • Homes for Families
  • Jamaica Plain Progressives
  • Jane Doe Inc., the MA Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
  • Jetpac
  • Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action
  • Lawrence CommunityWorks
  • Lawyers for Civil Rights
  • MA Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • MA Association for Community Action
  • MA Association of Community Development Corporations
  • MA Association of Community Health Workers
  • MA Association of Health Boards
  • MA Budget and Policy Center
  • MA Coalition for the Homeless
  • MA Communities Action Network
  • MA Councils on Aging
  • MA Food System Collaborative
  • MA Health & Hospital Association
  • MA Housing & Shelter Alliance
  • MA Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
  • MA Jobs with Justice
  • MA Law Reform Institute
  • MA League of Community Health Centers
  • MA Public Health Association
  • MA Teachers Association
  • MA Voter Table
  • MassCOSH (MA Coalition for Occupational Safety & Health)
  • Material Aid and Advocacy Program
  • Mill City Grows
  • MLPB (f/k/a Medical-Legal Partnership | Boston)
  • National Association of Social Workers, MA Chapter
  • Neighbor to Neighbor MA
  • New England United 4 Justice
  • One Fair Wage
  • Progressive MA
  • Project Bread
  • Public Health Institute of Western MA
  • SEIU 32BJ
  • SEIU 888
  • SEIU Local 509
  • Sierra Club MA
  • Stavros Center for Independent Living
  • Sustainable CAPE – Center for Agricultural Preservation & Education
  • The Food Bank of Western MA
  • The Latino Health Insurance Program, Inc.
  • The Open Door
  • Three Pyramids Minority Coalition
  • Toxics Action Center
  • TSNE
  • Tufts Health Plan
  • Western MA Health Equity Network
  • Western MA Network to End Homelessness
  • Worcester County Food Bank, Inc
  • Worcester Interfaith

Please register now to join us for this important event!

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