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I. Ethics Law

  • ETHICS LAW (Summary: [English - Spanish] | Online Course)
    • Ethics Law Notes: all employees must receive and acknowledge receipt of the Conflict of Interest Summary: [English - Spanish]. All employees must also complete the Online Course and provide a certificate of completion. The Summary provides an acknowledgement sign-off as its last page; the online course offers a printable certificate upon completion of the course. Both of these must be returned to the CPS Human Resources Office at Chelsea City Hall, 500 Broadway, Chelsea, MA 02150.

II. Computer and Internet Acceptable Use Policy

III. General District Policies

IV. Civil Rights Policies

V. School Policy Prohibiting Bullying and Ensuring Wellness

The Chelsea Public School System is committed to maintaining a school environment where students are free from bullying and cyber-bullying and the effects thereof.

VI. Conference, Convention, and Workshop Attendance Policy

VII. Other Policies


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Chelsea Reads 2017
Saturday, November 4th, 2017 from 11am-2pm at the Chelsea Public Library [More]

First Quarter Attendance Appeals
The attendance appeal process for the first quarter will begin on 10/24/2017 and end on 11/3/2017. Please contact Mr. Carangelo at 617-466-5043 to schedule an appointment in English. Please contact Mr. Ceciliano at 617-466-5071 to schedule an appointment in Spanish. This is in-compliance with our school handbook and all guidelines will apply.

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Open House Art Show
art show advertisement Chelsea High School is partnering with the Chelsea Jewish Foundation for a group art exhibition at the Cohen Florence Levine Estates in Admiral's Hill.  The exhibition will feature selected artwork from CHS students as well as Chelsea Jewish Lifecare residents and staff.  Please join us for the open-house and reception! See ad for more detail.

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