Chelsea Public Schools - Bridge to Success
Chelsea REACH Program

REACH Annual Report.

Chelsea REACH grew out of a special community planning process, initiated by the Hyams Foundation, to create a new resource in Chelsea to support young people in graduating from high school with aspirations and goals for the future. Chelsea REACH was designed as a partnership between the Chelsea Public Schools and local community-based organizations and has also involved young people, parents, public officials and business leaders in its development and oversight.

REACH's six key components are:

  • School Success/College Preparation
  • Career Awareness/Preparation
  • Family Inclusion
  • Community Collaborations/Case Management
  • Leadership Development and Staff Development
  • Healthy Living/Skills for Life

REACH Schedules

Daily Schedule for Monday - Thursday, September - June:

  • REACH group leaders meet middle school students at their schools and escort them to Chelsea High School.
  • 2:30-4:30 - Classes, games, gym activities
  • 4:30-5:00 - Snack in cafeteria
  • 5:00-6:00 - Homework and study in library with tutors

During school vacations, REACH meets Monday-Thursday from 1:00 to 5:00.

Over the summer, REACH meets for five weeks starting in early July, Monday-Thursday from 1:00 to 5:00.

Registration Information

All Chelsea students in grade 7 are invited to apply to the REACH program. Guidance counselors have application packets.

Guidelines:

  • Students must fill out an appliation with parent/guardian signature and have an adult fill out a reference form.
  • 7th graders must commit to participate in the program through 10th grade.
  • Accepted students must attend the program everyday.

For more information about the REACH program, please contact:

Ms. Linda Alioto-Robinson
Chelsea High School
299 Everett Avenue
Chelsea, MA 02150
617-466-5216


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