Chelsea Public Schools - Bridge to Success

Frank M. Sokolowski Elementary

Sokolowski - Chelsea Public Schools

Jeffrey Bryson, Principal
300 Crescent Ave
Chelsea, MA 02150
617-466-5450

Sokolowski school day is 8:25AM to 2.35PM.

Sokolowski School Mission Statement

Our mission "Strive, Succeed, Soar" is meant to inspire all members of the school community to become life-long learners. The Frank M. Sokolowski School is dedicated to becoming a school of academic excellence by creating a positive learning environment, upholding high standards, and strengthening our partnership with parents.

Sokolowski School Vision

All students attending the Frank M. Sokolowski School will advance their academic and social skills to achieve grade level or above benchmarks. All students will be prepared to reach the proficient level on state mandated (MCAS) and locally developed assessments. Students will enter middle school equipped with the skills needed to maintain proficiency in core academic areas.

The Frank M. Sokolowski School:

  • Develops and expands all students' literacy and mathematics skills.
  • Promotes student emotional and social development.
  • Encourages parental involvement to build a home school partnership for current and future academic success.

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Sokolowski News

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District Parent Night
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CPS Events Hotline!
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