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FIRST Annual Commemoration of Juneteenth on Friday, June 18th, 2021, 11-2pm at Chelsea Square

You are invited to the City of Chelsea’s FIRST Annual Commemoration of Juneteenth on Friday, June 18th from 11-2pm at
Chelsea Square Park.

Please join us as we Embrace, Educate, and Celebrate the Emancipation of Enslaved People in the United States on the 19th day of June in 1865. 
Entertainment Includes: Light Refreshments, Professional Drumming (accelerates physical healing), Vendor (Prime Taste of Africa)!!!
Chelsea Black Community is looking forward to sharing this celebration with all of you! Two hearts

La Colaborativa Directs Hundreds To Chelsea Vaccine Clinics

36% Latinx fully vaccinated; 49% get 1st dose

As of May 28, 36% of Chelsea Latinx are fully vaccinated and 49% have received the first dose of the vaccine. During this critical moment of the pandemic, La Colaborativa is focused on vaccinating as many residents as possible.


In May, La Colaborativa’s Health Promoters scheduled approximately 800 vaccination appointments, plus encouraged hundreds more by directing residents to walk-in clinics.


The Health promoters work to ensure all residents of Chelsea have access to equitable information and services that protect their health and wellbeing. They do this through direct community outreach around the city, including door knocking. Above, Executive Director Gladys Vega spent a Saturday knocking on doors to address concerns, fears and any questions about the vaccine.


Our Health Promoters are essential to the cause. They are trained on the COVID virus transmission, variants, and the epidemiology of the disease in Chelsea. They specifically go through weekly training on how to address hesitancy towards all of the vaccines.


Promoters are also trained in understanding the social determinants of health that impact Chelsea residents. Their outreach work link families to wrap-around services offered by La Colaborativa and the City. For example, this month’s “Chelsea Seguro” campaign seeks to improve access and registration to health insurance by linking residents with Health Insurance Navigators.

Your Donations Are Critical to Vaccinating Chelsea
La Colaborativa is working closely with various area organizations to vaccinate families. Our door knocking and vaccine events require donations to keep them going. Please consider donating to help us to this critical work.



La Colaborativa Vaccinates Chelsea’s Youth
Since only 31% of ages 12-15 have received the first dose, we are working to vaccinate as many youth as possible. Four hundred people attended our May Youth Vaccine Event (and 120 youth were vaccinated) so we’re hosting a June Vaccine Event on June 11 from 4-7PM at 25th Sixth Street in Chelsea. Games and activities organized by Youth Riot. Call 617-889-6080 with questions.


Why Your Donations Matter

La Colaborativa’s Youth Riot is a group of young people organizing across the state to enhance their community. Most recently, they facilitated the games and art activities at our Youth Vaccine Events and hosted a Youth Summit to discuss anti-black racism in Chelsea public schools and healthy relationships.


The passionate group organizes in two ways:


1) They organize and educate among their peers and other youth from Chelsea and beyond. In fact, they organized a rally in February that brought together youth from across the commonwealth.


b) They participate actively in decision-making and political spaces like city council meetings, meetings with elected officials to discuss their legislative demands, testifying at the Board of Education, press conferences and more.


At their most recent Youth Summit, they created a petition demanding that their schools incorporate the topics of consent and healthy relationships into their health class curriculum, and that their schools remove Student Resource Officers from the school buildings.


We’re so proud of Youth Riot. They’re currently working on a campaign around all-resident voting and they plan to take a film on the topic to a city council meeting later this month. Your support helps us support this talented group as they make change in the community.


Youth Riot poses for a photograph.
At the youth summit, Youth Riot organizes a discussion on healthy relationships.

Clothes Donations – for Chelsea Community Connections

Chelsea Community Connections will begin accepting CHILDREN’s CLOTHING infant/newborn all the way to size 14/16 – girls & boys! We will accept ONE BAG per donation-household at this time on FRIDAYS between 9am-4pm –
Our office appears closed but we are in the office, please do not leave any bags outside the door, blocking the door, or on the ‘Free Table’ when its outside –
We do not have space for adult clothes or household items , thanks for thinking of us!
We are in need of SUMMER CLOTHES for kids 🙂
best, Cara

Kelly School is seeking a Parent Liaison!

Title: Parent Liaison

Location: Kelly Elementary School 

Reports To: School Principal(s) /Director of Parent Information Center


About Chelsea Public Schools:

The Chelsea Public Schools (CPS) is a gateway school system that welcomes and educates all students and families. In CPS, we believe all children are capable of achieving their personal best by ensuring a safe and supportive environment for school and classroom environments. The school system educates over 6,300 students in 10 schools, including a pre-K-1st grade school, 4 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 high schools. CPS is a culturally responsive school district. We believe that students learn best when they are engaged in meaningful relationships that fosters and promotes high expectations and risk taking. We are a district of multilingual students where languages are an asset to student development and growth. More information about CPS can be found on our website at


Job Duties and Responsibilities:

To support families, teachers and community participants in efforts to assist students in achieving educational excellence and bridge the gap between home, school and community.

  • Assists in the support and implementation of School/District goals of parent relations/involvement;
  • Establishes and maintains a hospitable and welcoming drop-in that invites participation and partnership for a wide variety of activities for parents and families;
  • In consultation with administration, develops a yearly plan for outreach activities to increase family and community partnerships with school;
  • Conducts surveys of parents and staff to determine needs of activities of family involvement plan;
  • Oversees activities of the plan by connecting parents and teachers, facilitates meetings;
  • Coordinates activities to provide information and support to build on family strengths;
  • Provides training for parents to help children at home with basic skills;
  • Attends meetings with local organizations are a CPS/school  representative;
  • Provides translation services when needed;
  • Creates and sends documents, brochures, etc;
  • Contacts parents when needed through letters, phone conversations;
  • Disseminates information to increase parent knowledge on district/school activities;
  • Providing information to parents regarding school programs and resources;
  • Conducting workshops on topics designed for parents;
  • Attends school events as assigned by the Principal;
  • Assists at Parent Information Center 2 days per week and additional services at peak times;
  • Adjusts schedule to accommodate evening/weekend meetings;
  • Maintains confidentiality;
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Principals.

Qualifications Required

  • Minimum of high school diploma (college degree preferred)
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Computer skills required it create documents for office programs: power point, excel, word, etc
  • Good organizational skills and work habits
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability or interest in working with children, adolescents and adults
  • Ability to be self-directed
  • Able to work some nights/weekends with an adjusted work schedule
  • Fluency in English and one other language (Spanish strongly preferred)
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Qualifications Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Bilingual Spanish


Salary: $48,000-$58,000


Terms: This will be a non-bargaining unit position and is eligible for benefits. 40 hours per week (includes ½ hour unpaid lunch). This is a year round position.


Equal Opportunity Employer:


Chelsea Public Schools is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.



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