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community schools
CHELSEA
chelsea
community
schools
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Español incluída
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
FALL•WINTER 2014-15 COURSES
Education Opportunities
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Providing Recreation &
to Chelsea Residents
Spring 2016
About Chelsea Community Schools
Chelsea Community Schools (CCS) enhances the lives of Chelsea residents by
providing affordable, high-quality recreation and education opportunities to youth
and adults. Each season, hundreds of individuals participate in CCS classes and
dozens of community organizations use our city’s state-of-the-art public school
facilities. Since 1996, CCS, operated by the City of Chelsea’s Department of
Health and Human Services in collaboration with Chelsea Public Schools, has
been evolving in response to the diverse and changing needs of our community.
Staff
Contact Information
Bea Cravatta, Director
Allie Rojas, Manager
Migdalia Cordero, Supervisor
Natalie Bernard, Program Assistant
Guillermo Hamlin, Program Assistant
Israel Valles-Diaz, Security, CPS
Williams Building
Program Office
180 Walnut Street, Room 107
Chelsea, MA 02150
617.466.5233
617.466.4099 (fax)
[email protected]
www.chelseama.gov/ccs
Program Hours
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M-F 4:00pm - 8:30pm
Sat 9:00am - 4:30pm
Where
We Are
Located
Easily accessible by bus with ample parking
Welcome to Chelsea Community Schools
Spring 2016 Courses
Season runs January 26 - May 14
Registration begins Tuesday, January 12
Williams Building
Monday - Friday 4 - 8pm, Saturday 9 - 4pm
General..........................................2
Language continued..................11
Chelsea Youth Chorus
ARC Blood Drive
Resume & Interview Preparation
Exploring Money with Children
-Teach Preschoolers Money Skills
-Banking 101 for Kids
-Field Trip to the Bank
Future Lawyers Club: Trial Practice
Learn to Play Classic Card Games
Homework Help - Tutoring for
Chelsea Public Schools Grades 5-8
Creative Writer's Workshop
Spanish
Beginner Spanish
Rosetta Stone Computer Lab
Spanish for Kids
Art .............................................12
Flying Squirrel Puppet Theater
- Puppet Making 3/16
- Summer 2016 Production 7/16
Knit Your Own Hat, Scarf & Gloves
Open Time to Crochet & Knit
Knitting for Project Linus
Sculpture
Mixed Medium - Green Art
Jewelry Making
Health and Fitness.......................5
SPLASH- Learn to Swim
Beginner Swim for Teens & Adults
Ballet Fusion
Parent/Child Dance Class
Global Premier Soccer ages 3.5-8
Intro to Sports for Young Children
Open Gym for Kids
Ultimate Sports
Self-Defense/Self Awareness
Clown Fish Child Care
Al Sabor Latino Dance
Zumba ® Gold
Belly Dancing
Music ..........................................15
Chelsea Youth Chorus
Keyboard for Teens & Adults
Introduction to Guitar
Course Registration
Information ................................. 16
Versión en Español ...................18
Language ......................................9
Matrícula para Clases de
Primavera.................................... 28
English
Rosetta Stone Computer Lab
English for Spanish Speakers
ESOL - Beginner
ESOL - Intermediate
ESOL - Advanced
ESOL - Advanced Reading & Writing
Instructor Biographies .............30
Instructor Opportunities ..........33
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General
Chelsea Youth Chorus
instructor: Andrew Skinner
ages 12 - 18
The Chelsea Youth Chorus will be the City's premier choral ensemble.
Performance repertoire will be selected from the highest quality music in
the choral tradition. The group will consist of all four voice parts (soprano,
alto, tenor, and bass), and will sing both a capella and accompanied
repertoire. Limited number of openings by voice part.
Auditions: Youth who sing well and are eager to learn will be considered
for membership. Auditions consist of a vocal range test to determine
voice part, pattern echoing, and basic sight-reading. No preparation is
required.
Audition dates: Mon. Feb 1 or Wed. Feb 3
6 - 7:30pm
Applicants will be notified by Feb. 5. Payment must be received by Feb.13
Wednesdays
6 - 7:30pm
Feb 24 - Jun 15
$25
Blood Drive
facilitator: American Red Cross
ages 17+*
Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood. Accident
and burn victims, heart surgery patients, organ transplant patients, and
those receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease
may all need blood. Blood and platelets can only come from generous
volunteer donors.
Location: Gymnasium, Williams Building, 180 Walnut Street
Tuesday
2 - 7pm
April 12
*weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be
eligible to donate blood (age 16 with parental consent).
Job Readiness Skills:
Resume and Interview Preparation (English/Spanish)
instructor: Ann Marie Robinson
ages 18+
Are you ready to look for a job but not sure how to begin? This two part
program exposes participants to the entire job search process so you
can look for a job with confidence. Upon completion of this program,
participants will be able to: 1. list various job search resources;
2. prepare a standard resume; 3. write a basic cover letter;
4. prepare for the interview. *Refreshments will be served.
Fridays
6 - 8pm
April 1 & 8
2
Contribution $2*
Exploring Money with Children
Pennies, Nickels, Dimes and Quarters. . .
Teaching Preschoolers Money Skills
instructors: Kesia Ascencio & Andris Gonzalez
ages 3 - 5
Preschoolers learn about the different denominations of money. Reading
books, playing games, and singing songs about money help them
differentiate between the amounts. All leave with their very own piggy
bank and coloring handouts. Parents are welcome to observe the class.
*Refreshments will be served.
Monday
5:45 - 6:30pm
April 4
Contribution: $2*
Banking 101 for Kids
instructors: Kesia Ascencio & Andris Gonzalez
ages 8 - 10
Kids learn the origins of banking and money, denominations of cash,
parts of a check, meaning of deposits and withdrawals, importance of
saving money and the various jobs available at a bank. A great course
for introducing the basics of good money management. The Field Trip to
the Bank (see below) is included! *Refreshments will be served.
Monday
5:45 - 7pm
April 11
Contribution: $2*
Field Trip to the Bank
facilitators: Kesia Ascencio & Andris Gonzalez
ages 6 - 10
Saturday
11am - 1pm
April 16
3
Contribution: $2*
General
Take advantage of this great opportunity to discover what a local bank
offers your community! Kids participate in a Scavenger Hunt to help
them locate bank items such as: counting machines, the teller cash
drawer and the main vault. Come meet a Branch Manager, Head Teller
and a Bank President! Children must be accompanied by a parent.
*Refreshments will be served.
Location: Chelsea Bank, 360 Broadway, Chelsea
Future Lawyers Club: Trial Practice
instructor: Anita Barnes
ages 9 - 12 Learn about torts, civil procedures, and contracts. Practice the key skills
of a lawyer, through role-play and activities. Great introductory course for
students interested in pursuing a career in law or law enforcement. The
class culminates in a trial in front of a judge and jury. Full participation in
this class is mandatory!
Fridays
7 - 8:15pm
Feb 26 - May 6
$20
Learn to Play Classic Card Games
instructor: Annie Houston
ages 10+
A single deck of cards can provide hours of entertainment for players of
all ages. Playing cards refine mental skills like logic, observation, and
memory. Whether it's a solo game of solitaire or a fast paced multi-player
game, card games are enjoyed worldwide!
Tuesdays 5:30 - 6:30pm
Feb 9 - Mar 8
$10
Homework Help - Tutoring for Chelsea Public Schools
coordinators: Andros Garcia Saldivar and Nu Chapter of Phi Iota Alpha
Fraternity, Inc. at Boston University
Tutoring for CPS middle school students (Grades 5-8). Receive academic
support from university tutors. Pick up a parental consent form from
your teacher or at your school's library. Duration of tutoring time
depends on student’s needs and tutor availability. *Signed parental
consent form is required.
Williams Building, 180 Walnut Street
Tuesdays 1:45 - 3:30pm
Feb 2 - Apr 5
No Cost*
Creative Writer's Workshop
General
instructor: Annie Houston
ages 11+
Through free writing and games, participants have the opportunity to
explore, dream, and create, all while exploring their voice and creative
talents. Experiment with journalism, poetry, drama and fiction by writing
stories in these different modes.
Tuesdays 5:30 - 6:30pm
Mar 15 - Apr 12
$15
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Health & Fitness
SPLASH - Learn to Swim Program
instructors: Joan Kisthardt, WSI & LGT certified
American Red Cross Water Safety instructors
ages 6 - 12
In this one-week program, learn and improve fundamental swimming
skills to gain confidence in and around the water. Practice techniques
using games and water play. A low 8 to 2 student/teacher ratio ensures
that each participant receives attention at every lesson. Parents may
observe the final swim lesson. Bring your own swimsuit and towel,
change/shower in the locker room.
Location: Jordan Boys and Girls Club, 30 Willow Street
Group A:
6 - 9 years
6:30 - 7:15pm
Group B:
10 - 12 years
7:15 - 8pm
Monday through Friday
May 9 -13
$25
Beginner Swimming for Teens & Adults
instructors: Joan Kisthardt, WSI & LGT certified
American Red Cross Water Safety instructors
ages 13+
Instruction in basic swimming skills for beginners to advanced beginners.
Learn and improve the crawl stroke, elementary backstroke and
breaststroke. Work at your own pace with individualized guidance from
the instructor. Bring your own swimsuit and towel, change/shower in the
locker room.
Location: Jordan Boys and Girls Club, 30 Willow Street
Monday through Friday
7:15 - 8pm June 6 - 10
$25
5
Ballet Fusion
instructor: Lillian Carter
ages 3.5 - 8
Learn basic dance skills through a structured movement class! Skills
include flexibility, strength, balance, alignment and sequence memory.
Self-expression through ballet technique will be fused with other styles
such as creative movement, jazz, and ballet.
Thursdays
Feb 4 - Apr 14
Group A: ages 3.5 - 5
5:30 - 6:15pm
Group B: ages 6 - 8
6:15 - 7pm
Parent/Child Dance Class
instructor: Lillian Carter
$20
ages 6 - 10
A musical dance theater class where participants explore the magical
work of "Partnering". Learn short routines from Broadway to Disney.
Wear sneakers and comfortable clothes.
Thursdays
7 - 7:45pm
Feb 4 - Apr 14
$20
Health & Fitness
Global Premier Soccer
instructors: GPS Professional Players and Coaches
ages 3.5 - 8
First Touch
An innovative co-ed soccer program which focuses on learning through
fun games and small-sided play. Groups learn fundamental skills and
sportsmanship using the GPS philosophy.
Mondays
Feb 8 - Mar 21
Group A: ages 3.5 - 5
4 - 4:45pm
Group B:
ages 6 - 8
4:45 - 5:30pm
6
$25
Introduction to Sports for Young Children
instructor: Bruce Harrison
ages 4 - 6
Young children experience a variety of sports such as basketball, wiffle
ball, soccer and hockey. Learn teamwork and sportsmanship while
developing athletic skills.
Fridays
6 - 6:45pm
Apr 22 - May 13
$15
Open Gym for Kids
instructor: Bruce Harrison
ages 7 - 10
Dribble, swing, pass and dodge. Participate in a variety of sport activities
such as basketball, wiffleball and flag football. Learn teamwork and
sportsmanship while developing your athletic skills.
Fridays
6:45 - 7:30pm
Apr 22 - May 13
$15
Ultimate Sports
instructor: Anita Barnes
ages 9 - 12
What makes a sport extreme? Learn football, hockey, soccer and rugby
in an ultimate way! Prepare for 45 minutes of non-stop action!
Mondays
6:45 - 7:30pm
Apr 4 - May 2
$15
instructors: Officer Stephanie McConaghy & Officer Jose Ramos
Chelsea Police Department
ages 14+
Instruction in physical, verbal, and psychological self-defense techniques
for dealing with a variety of situations, including those which end up on
the ground. For people who want to learn how to get away or defend
themselves in a violent situation. A person of any physical condition can
participate. *Refreshments will be served.
Wednesday
6 - 8pm
Feb 3
Contribution $2*
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Health & Fitness
Self-Defense/Self Awareness
Clown Fish Child Care
instructor: Certified Child Care Provider
ages 4 - 10
Provides care and education to children whose parents are participating
in CCS courses on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Age appropriate
lessons, crafts, and games led by a certified bilingual instructor.
Mondays & Wednesdays
6 - 8:30pm
Feb 8 - Apr 13
$25
Each additional child: $10
One time drop-in fee: $5
Al Sabor Latino Dance instructor: Gastrell Rossignol “G”
ages 18+
Learn various Latin dances such as Salsa, Bachata, Cha-Cha, and
Merengue in a fun and relaxed environment. Develop the basic steps,
timing, leading/following concepts and overall technique in Latin dance.
Come with or without a partner and bring your smile!
Wednesdays
Feb 10 - Apr 13 $25
Beginner: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Advanced Beginner: 7:15 - 8:15pm
Zumba ® Gold
Health & Fitness
instructor: Susan Leach
ages 18+
Meets the needs of those starting a fitness program or the active older adult.
Modified dance movements supports the needs of all participants.
Please wear comfortable clothing and sneakers.
Saturdays
9:30 - 10:15am
Feb 6 - Mar 19
$20
Belly Dancing
instructor: Susan Leach
ages 15+
Learn proper form, techniques and simple combinations while developing
confidence, coordination, strength and flexibility. Wear comfortable
clothing with dance slippers. Bring your own exercise mat, 2 ½ yards of
light weight fabric and a set of finger cymbals. Open to all levels.
Saturdays
10:15 - 11am
Feb 6 - Mar 19
$20
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Language
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Rosetta Stone Computer Lab: English for all Levels
facilitator: Greg Deyermenjian
ages 15+
English students of all levels who need a flexible schedule or additional
practice. A technology-based approach to English learning using the
immersion method. Students receive a temporary license to access the
program from any computer, smart phone or tablet.
Mondays & Wednesdays
6 - 7pm
Feb 22 - Apr 13*
Students simultaneously enrolled in a CCS ESOL class:
$40
$25
*Students have access to the on-line program until May 20, 2016.
English As a Second Language
Placement Policy
To ensure that all ESOL students are enrolled in
appropriate level classes, we assess potential
students' verbal and written skills at the time of
registration. Please anticipate the process to take
approximately 30 minutes.
English for Spanish Speakers
instructor: Group A: Maritza Cole
Group B & C: Greg Deyermenjian
For Spanish speakers. Slowly immerse yourself into an English language
program. Learn the fundamentals of English grammar and basic reading,
writing and speaking skills. Participants should continue to ESOL - Beg.
Group A
Mondays & Wednesdays
6 - 8pm
Feb 8 - Apr 13
Group B
Tuesdays & Thursdays
6:30 - 8:30pm
Feb 9 - Apr 14
Group C
Saturdays
1 - 3pm
Feb 13 - Apr 16
9
$40
ESOL – Beginner
instructor: Group A: Greg Deyermenjian Group B: Yolanda Gonzales
Group C: Maritza Cole
Participants with limited English skills. Learn basic grammar skills,
sentence structure, reading skills and pronunciation. Apply grammar in
reading, writing, and conversation exercises.
Group A*
Mondays & Wednesdays 6 - 8:30pm
Feb 8 - Apr 13
Group B*
Tuesdays & Thursdays
6 - 8:30pm
Feb 9 - Apr 14
Group C
Saturdays
9:30 - 11:30am
Feb 13 - Apr 16
$40
* includes Rosetta Stone Lab
ESOL – Intermediate
instructor: Group A: Annie Houston Group B: Maritza Cole
Group C: Winston Nicholls
Language
Participants with some English skills. Improve grammar skills using idioms
and pronunciation. Apply grammar in reading, writing, and conversation
exercises.
Group A
Mondays & Wednesdays 6 - 8pm
Feb 8 - Apr 13
Group B
Tuesdays & Thursdays
6:30 - 8:30pm
Feb 9 - Apr 14
Group C
Saturdays
10 - 12pm
Feb 13 - Apr 16
$40
ESOL – Advanced
instructor: Maritza Cole
Participants with good English skills. Practice advanced conversation and
build a strong vocabulary using real life scenarios. Writing exercises
focus on compound sentences.
Saturdays
12:30 - 2:30pm
Feb 13 - Apr 16
$40
10
ESOL – Advanced Reading and Writing
instructor: Annie Houston
Participants with good English skills. Improve reading and writing skills
through comprehension and grammar exercises. An excellent course for
those who are planning to attend college or enter the work force.
Tuesdays
6:30 - 8:30pm
Feb 9 - Apr 12
$40
Spanish
Beginner Spanish
instructor: Yolanda Gonzales
ages 15+
Participants with limited Spanish skills. Learn to speak Spanish in an
engaging and supportive environment. Develop skills in grammar,
pronunciation, vocabulary, spelling, and conversation.
Wednesdays
6 - 8pm
Feb 10 - Apr 13
$40
Rosetta Stone Computer Lab: Spanish for all Levels
facilitator: Greg Deyermenjian
ages 13+
Students of all Spanish levels who need a flexible schedule or additional
practice. A technology-based approach to Spanish learning using the
immersion method. Students receive a temporary license to access the
program from any computer, smart phone or tablet.*
Saturdays
10:30 - 12:30pm
Feb 13 - Apr 16
$40
*Students have access to the on-line program until May 22, 2016.
instructor: Yolanda Gonzales
ages 9 - 12 Discover how easy it is to speak Spanish! Learn vocabulary,
pronunciation, and simple present and past tenses. Practice reading,
writing and daily conversational phrases!
Saturdays
10 - 11:30am
Feb 13 - Apr 9
$20
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Language
Spanish for Kids
Art
Flying Squirrel Puppet Theater
instructor: Demetrius Fuller
ages 7 - 12
The Flying Squirrel Puppet Theater (FSPT) is an original puppet theater
produced by children! Over the year, the Flying Squirrel Puppeteers write
the storyline, create the puppets, and perform the show in front of a live
audience. FSPT serves as an engaging connection between art, drama,
writing and problem solving.
Theme for 2016:
Steampunk – a type of science fiction that incorporates technology and
aesthetic designs inspired by 19th Century steam powered machinery.
Puppeteers will explore looking at ordinary things in extraordinary ways!
Session II
Puppet Making: Create the characters! Learn the four main types of
puppets: Hand, Rod, Marionettes and Shadow. Create puppets that
complement the scripts written in Session I.
Wednesdays & Fridays
5:30 - 6:45pm Mar 9 - 18
$15
Session III
ages 8 - 12*
Ninth Annual Production - Summer 2016: Create a full length puppet
show complete with original puppets, lights, music and sound! Build a
set and perform the big show for friends and family. Find Your Wings!
Attendance is mandatory. * 7 year olds can register if they participated in
Sessions I & II.
Monday through Friday
5:30 - 8pm
July 5 - 15
$30
Chelsea Community Schools
Summer 2016 Course Registration
begins
Tuesday, April 26 at 4pm
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Knit Your Own Hat, Scarf & Gloves
instructor: Carmen Bermudez
ages 13+
Learn the basic stitches for making a wool hat, scarf or gloves. Most
knit designs are variations of two basic stitches, knit and purl. Crochet
designs begin with basics of holding the hook and basic stitches, such
as single crochet stitch. Types of needles and yarn will be discussed.
Practice needles are available for the first class.
Saturdays
2:30 - 4:30pm
Feb 6 - Apr 16
$20
Open Time to Crochet & Knit
facilitator: Carmen Bermudez
ages 13+
Participants with basic skills in knitting or crocheting.
For those who would enjoy a congenial setting with a friendly group
of knitters and crocheters. You’ll share new techniques while working
on independent projects. Bring your own needles. *Pre-registration is
required.
Saturdays
2:30 - 4:30pm
Feb 6 - Apr 16
No Cost*
Knitting for Project Linus:
Providing Security through Blankets
facilitator: Carmen Bermudez
ages 10+
Participants with Intermediate/Advanced knitting or crocheting skills. Join
our partnership with the Greater Boston Chapter of Project Linus to knit
or crochet homemade washable blankets to give as gifts that will provide
warmth and comfort to seriously ill and traumatized children, ages 0-18.
All materials are donated - please bring your own knitting needles.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. *Pre-registration is required.
Saturdays
2:30 - 4:30pm
Feb 6 - Apr 16
No Cost*
Art
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Sculpture
instructor: Christiana Lauzon
ages 8 - 11
Explore the physical building with materials. Begin to understand
compositions, balance, creative energy through the form. Utilize creative
problem solving skills using clay, wire, and mixed media! Take a look at
sculpture ideas through other cultures and art history.
Mondays
4 - 6pm
Apr 4 - 25
$15
Mixed Medium - Green Art
instructor: Anita Barnes
ages 6 - 9
Explore 2D & 3D art using a variety of recyclable materials. Come make art
using objects that can be found at home! Participate in sculptures, collage
projects and paintings. Tap into your imagination and your creative spirit.
Mondays
6 - 6:45pm
May 2 & 9
$15
Jewelry Making
instructor: Anita Barnes
ages 10 - 14
Art
Create colorful jewelry that you can wear all year round. Design your
own earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and pins. Learn special techniques
for your fashion forward self using crystal beads, charms, shells, and
findings inspired by examples of jewelry around the world.
Fridays
6 - 7pm
Mar 4 - 18
$15
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Music
Chelsea Youth Chorus
instructor: Andrew Skinner
ages 12 - 18
The Chelsea Youth Chorus will be the City's premier choral ensemble.
Performance repertoire will be selected from the highest quality music in
the choral tradition. The group will consist of all four voice parts (soprano,
alto, tenor, and bass), and will sing both a capella and accompanied
repertoire. Limited number of openings by voice part.
Auditions: Youth who sing well and are eager to learn will be considered
for membership. Auditions consist of a vocal range test to determine
voice part, pattern echoing, and basic sight-reading. No preparation is
required.
Audition dates: Mon. Feb 1 or Wed. Feb 3
6 - 7:30pm
Applicants will be notified by Feb. 5. Payment must be received by Feb.13
Wednesdays
6 - 7:30pm
Feb 24 - Jun 15
$25
Keyboard for Teens & Adults
instructor: Rafael Silva
ages 12+
Develop musical knowledge and keyboard skills through scales, chords,
arpeggios, theory and ear training. Apply these ideas to learn a piano
piece and begin exploring how to improvise and compose music!
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Feb 2 - Mar 24
Beginner: 5:30 - 6:15pm*
Advanced Beginner: 6:15 - 7pm*
$30
*Students are evaluated on the first day & may be changed to a higher or
lower skill level/class time. Access to a keyboard for practicing is required.
Introduction to Guitar
instructor: Rafael Silva
ages 13+
Learn scales, chords and the guitar's language using both tablature and
sheet music. Explore using a pick and fingerstyle techniques! Bring your
own acoustic or electric guitar with performing amp.
Tuesdays
7 - 8pm
Feb 2 - Mar 22
$30
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Spring Course Registration Information
Williams Building
180 Walnut Street
Chelsea, MA 02150
(617) 466 - 5233 or (617) 466 - 4070
Begins Tuesday, January 12
Monday - Friday 4pm - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Payment in cash or money order. No personal checks accepted.
Child Care Services available for ages 4 -10 at an
affordable cost. Request must be made two (2) weeks
before your class begins.
Refund Policy
Chelsea Community Schools reserves the right to cancel or
discontinue classes at its own discretion. If a course is cancelled,
you have the option to get a refund or register for an alternative class
during the same session.
No refunds are given after classes have started. If we receive your
request to withdraw at least two weeks prior to the start time of your
course, you will receive a refund.
For students in English Language Classes ONLY: during the first week
of class, if a student feels that another level would be more suitable for
his/her learning needs, the student will be allowed to transfer to another
class pending instructor approval and available space.
Bad Weather
Classes and programs are cancelled if the Chelsea Public Schools
are closed. Closing will be announced on the major television news
stations—channels 4, 5, 7, City Cable TV - channel 15 and on a
recorded message by calling (617) 466-5233 after 2pm on weekdays,
or after 7am on Saturday and Sunday.
Chelsea Community Schools will be CLOSED
January 18
February 15
March 25 - 27
April 18
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Registration Information
Register In Person
beginning Tuesday, January 12
REGISTER In Person
Come to the Williams Building, 180 Walnut Street, Chelsea
Hours: 4pm - 8pm Monday - Friday and 9am - 4pm Saturdays
Payment in cash or money order. Personal checks not accepted.
RESERVE Class Space*
You may reserve class space for 48 hours using the options below.
Upon receiving your request, CCS will contact you to confirm your
reservation. Payment, in cash or money order, must be received at
the Williams Building within 48 hours to secure a space.
Reserve anytime by faxing your
registration form to us at:
617-466-4072
Online *
Reserve on the web at:
www.chelseama.gov/ccs
Click on the course link and fill out
the on-line registration form.
By Mail *
Detach & fill out the registration
form & return it to:
Chelsea Community Schools
Dept of Health &
Human Services, Rm. 100
500 Broadway, Chelsea, MA 02150
Oh no! It was cancelled!
Sometimes excellent courses are cancelled because everyone
waits until the last minute to register. Please register early to
avoid disappointment for yourself and others. (617) 466-5233
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Registration Information
By Fax *
General
Coro Juvenil de Chelsea
instructor: Andrew Skinner
edades 12 - 18
El Coro Juvenil de Chelsea será el principal conjunto coral de la ciudad.
El repertorio interpretado será seleccionado de la más alta calidad
musical de coros tradicionales. El grupo consistirá de todas las
voces (soprano, alta, tenor y baja) y cantará tanto a capela como con
acompañamientos.
Audición: Los jóvenes quienes estén deseosos de aprender y que
canten bien serán considerados para la membresia. Las audiciones
consistirán de una serie de pruebas para determinar el alcance vocal, la
resonancia (eco) y lectura visual básica. No se requiere preparación.
Fecha para audición: lunes 1 de Feb o miércoles 3 de Feb 6 - 7:30pm
Los resultados serán notificados a los postulantes para el 5 de febrero.
El pago debe ser recibido para febrero 13.
miércoles
6 - 7:30pm
24 de febrero - 15 de junio
$25
Donación de Sangre
facilitator: Cruz Roja Americana
edades 17+*
Cada dos segundos, alguien en los Estados Unidos necesita sangre.
Víctimas de quemaduras y de accidentes, pacientes de cirugía cardiaca,
con trasplante de órganos, y los que reciben tratamiento para leucemia,
cáncer o anemia falciformes todos pueden necesitar sangre. La sangre
y plaquetas sólo pueden provenir de donantes voluntarios generosos.
Local: gimnasio, Williams Building, 180 Walnut Street
martes
2 - 7pm
12 de abril
*Deben pesar al menos 110 libras y encontrarse en buen estado de
salud en general, pueden ser elegibles para donar sangre (16 años con
consentimiento de los padres).
Destrezas y Preparación para Empleos:
Hoja de Vida y Preparación para la Entrevista
instructor: Ann Marie Robinson
edades 18+
¿Estás listo para buscar empleo pero no sabes por dónde empezar? Este
programa de dos partes familiariza a los participantes con todo el proceso
de búsqueda de empleo de tal manera que puedan buscar un empleo
mas confiadamente. Al completar este programa los participantes estarán
en capacidad de 1. Enumerar varios medios de búsqueda de empleos; 2.
Preparar una Hoja de vida estandarizada; 3. Escribir una carta de interés;
4. Prepararse para la entrevista. *Se servirán refrigerios.
viernes
6 - 8pm
1 y 8 de abril
Contribución: $2*
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Explorar Dinero con los Niños
Monedas de un centavo, cinco, diez y pesetas…
Enseñar a los preescolares destreza de dinero
instructores: Kesia Ascencio y Andris Gonzalez
edades 3 - 5
Los preescolares aprenden los diferentes valores de las denominaciones
del dinero. Leer libros, jugar juegos y cantar canciones con temas de
dinero les ayudará a diferenciar entre las cantidades. Al terminar los
participantes se llevarán su propia alcancía y páginas para colorear. Los
padres son bienvenidos a observar la clase. *Se servirán refrigerios.
lunes
5:45 - 6:30pm
4 de abril
Contribución: $2*
Bancos 101 para Niños
instructores: Kesia Ascencio y Andris Gonzalez
edades 8 - 10
Los niños aprenderán los orígenes de la banca y el dinero,
denominaciones de efectivo, partes de un cheque, significado de
depósito y retiro, importancia de ahorrar dinero y sobre los trabajos
disponibles en un banco. Un gran curso de introducción básica de
manejar bien su dinero y destrezas necesarias para tener un futuro
financiero brillante. Un viaje para conocer el banco está incluido (lea
abajo). *Se servirán refrigerios.
lunes
5:45 - 7pm
11 de abril
Contribución: $2*
Visita al Banco
facilitadores: Kesia Ascencio y Andris Gonzalez
edades 6 - 10
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General
Tome ventaja de la gran oportunidad para descubrir lo que bancos locales
ofrecen a la comunidad. Los niños participarán en una aventura de
búsqueda de cosas tales como cajas de contar, gavetas de efectivo de los
cajeros y la caja de seguridad principal. ¡Conozca desde el gerente del
banco, líder de los cajeros, hasta el presidente del banco! Los niños tienen
que estar acompañados por unos de los padres. *Se servirán refrigerios.
Lugar: Chelsea Bank, 360 Broadway, Chelsea
sábado
11am - 1pm
16 de abril
Contribución: $2*
Club de los Futuros Abogados: Práctica de Juicio
instructor: Anita Barnes
edades 9 - 12
Aprende acerca de los agravios, procedimientos civiles, y contratos.
Practica las destrezas claves de un abogado, mediante actividades
y dramatizaciones. Un gran curso introductorio para estudiantes
interesados en seguir una carrera en derecho o en cumplimiento de
la ley. La clase culminará en un juicio frente a un jurado y a un juez.
¡Es obligatoria la entera participación en esta clase!
viernes
7 - 8:15pm
26 de febrero - 6 de mayo
$20
Aprende a Jugar Clásicos Juegos de Naipes
instructor: Annie Houston
edades 10+
Un simple paquete de naipes puede proporcionar horas de
entretenimiento para jugadores de todas las edades. Jugar naipes
afina las destrezas mentales tales como lógica, observación y memoria.
martes
5:30 - 6:30pm 9 de febrero - 8 de marzo
$10
Ayuda con Tareas
Tutoría para las Escuelas Públicas de Chelsea
coordinadores: Andros Garcia Saldivar y Nu Chapter of Phi Iota Alpha
Fraternity, Inc. at Boston University
Tutoría para los estudiantes de las escuelas intermedias de las Escuelas
Públicas de Chelsea (grados 5to – 8vo). Recibe apoyo académico de
tutores universitarios. Pide el formulario de consentimiento parental a tu
maestro(a) o en la biblioteca de la escuela. El tiempo de duración de la
tutoría depende de la necesidad del estudiante y de la disponibilidad del
tutor. *Se requiere permiso firmado por los padres.
General
Edificio Williams, 180 Walnut Street
martes
1:45 - 3:30pm
2 de febrero - 5 de abril
No Costo*
Taller de Escritores Creativos
instructor: Annie Houston
edades 11+
A través de la escritura libre y de juegos los participantes exploran,
sueñan y crean, todo mientras exploran sus voces y talentos creativos.
Experimenta con el periodismo, poesía, drama y ficción al escribir cuentos
con estos diferentes modos.
martes
5:30 - 6:30pm
15 de marzo - 12 de abril
$15
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Salud y Condición Física
SPLASH - Programa para Aprender a Nadar
instructores: Joan Kisthardt, instructora de WSI y LGT
Instructores certificados de Seguridad Acuática
de la Cruz Roja Americana
edades 6 - 12
En este programa de una semana, aprenda y mejore destrezas
fundamentales de natación para así ganar confianza alrededor y dentro
del agua. Practique técnicas de natación con juegos en el agua.
La proporción de ocho a dos estudiantes por un instructor asegura que
cada participante reciba la atención requerida en cada clase. Los padres
podrán observar la lección final de natación. Traiga su toalla y traje de
baño. Cámbiese y dúchese en los vestidores.
Grupo A: 6 - 9 años
6:30 - 7:15pm
Grupo B: 10 - 12 años
7:15 - 8pm
Local: Jordan Boys and Girls Club, 30 Willow Street
lunes a viernes
9 - 13 de mayo
$25
Natación para Adolescentes y Adultos Principiantes
instructores: Joan Kisthardt, instructora de WSI y LGT
Instructores certificados de Seguridad Acuática
de la Cruz Roja Americana
edades 13+
Instrucciones de destrezas básicas de natación para principiantes
básicos y principiantes más avanzados. Aprenda y mejore sus brazadas
frontales, brazadas elementales de espalda y de pecho. Trabaje a su
propio paso con la guía individualizada del instructor. Traiga su toalla y
traje de baño. Cámbiese y dúchese en los vestidores.
Local: Jordan Boys and Girls Club, 30 Willow Street
lunes a viernes
7:15 - 8pm
6 - 10 de junio
$25
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Cuidado de Niños Clown Fish
instructor: Proveedor certificado en cuidado de niños
edades 4 - 10
Provee cuidado y educación a niños cuyos padres estén participando
en los cursos de CCS los lunes y miércoles. Lecciones de acuerdo a la
edad, artesanía y juegos guiados por un instructor bilingüe.
lunes y miércoles 6 - 8:30pm
8 de febrero - 13 de abril
$25
Cada niño adicional: $10
Cuidado por una noche: $5
Fusión Ballet
instructor: Lillian Carter
edades 3.5 - 8
Aprende destrezas básicas de baile a través de una clase de movimientos
estructurados. La expresión personal será fusionada con otros estilos tales
como movimientos creativos, jazz y ballet, mediante técnicas de ballet.
jueves
4 de febrero - 14 de abril
Grupo A: edades 3.5 - 5
5:30 - 6:15pm
Salud y Condición Física
Grupo B: edades 6 - 8
6:15 - 7pm
Clase de Danza Padre/Hijo
instructor: Lillian Carter
$20
edades 6 - 10
Una clase de danza musical de teatro donde los participantes exploran
el mundo mágico del “Emparejamiento". Aprenda rutinas cortas desde
Broadway hasta Disney. Use zapatos tenis y ropa cómoda.
jueves
7 - 7:45pm
4 de febrero - 14 de abril
$20
Global Premier Soccer
edades 3.5 - 8
instructores: Jugadores Profesionales y Entrenadores de GPS
Primer Toque
Un programa innovador de fútbol que se enfoca en aprender a través
de juegos divertidos y de pequeños juegos laterales. Grupos mixtos
aprenden destrezas fundamentales y espíritu deportivo usando la
filosofía de GPS.
lunes
8 de febrero - 21 de marzo
Grupo A: edades 3.5 - 5
Grupo B: edades 6 - 8
4 - 4:45pm
4:45 - 5:30pm
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$25
Baile Al Sabor Latino
instructor: Gastrell Rossignol “G”
edades 18+
Estudiantes en los niveles básico e intermedio: Aprenda varios bailes
latinos tales como Salsa, Bachata, Cha-Cha-Cha y Merengue en un
ambiente divertido y relajante. Desarrolle los pasos básicos, tiempo
musical, conceptos de guiar/seguir y técnicas generales en la danza
latina. Venga con o sin pareja y traiga una sonrisa.
miércoles
10 de febrero - 13 de abril Principiantes: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Principiantes Avanzados: 7:15 - 8:15pm
$25
Zumba ® Dorada
instructor: Susan Leach
edades 18+
Danza Oriental
instructor: Susan Leach
edades 15+
Aprenda la forma apropiada, técnicas y combinaciones simples mientras
desarrolla confianza, coordinación, fortaleza y flexibilidad. Use ropa
cómoda y zapatillas de baile. Traiga su colchoneta de ejercicios,
21/2 yardas de tela de material liviano y un juego de platillos dedales.
Abierto para todos los niveles.
sábados
10:15 -11am
6 de febrero - 19 de marzo
$20
Defensa Persona /Alerta Personal
instructores: Oficial Stephanie McConaghy y Oficial José Ramos
Departmento de Policía de Chelsea
edades 14+
Instrución en defensa personal, física verbal y psicológica; técnicas para
tratar con una variedad de situaciones incluyendo aquellas que terminan
en el suelo. Para quienes quieren aprender como alejarse o defenderse
en una situación violenta. Las personas con cualquier condición física
pueden participar. *Se servirán refrigerios.
miércoles
6 - 8pm
3 de febrero
Contribución: $2*
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Salud y Condición Física
Diseñada para aquellos quienes empiezan un programa de ejercicios o para
personas mayores activas. Movimientos de danza modificados para
apoyar las necesidades de todos los participantes. Use ropa cómoda y
zapatos tenis.
sábados
9:30 - 10:15am
6 de febrero - 19 de marzo
$20
Idiomas
Laboratorio de Computadoras Rosetta Stone:
Inglés para todos los Niveles
facilitador: Greg Deyermenjian
edades 15+
Estudiantes de todos los niveles de inglés quienes necesiten un horario
flexible o práctica adicional. Un acercamiento tecnológico para aprender
inglés usando el método de inmersión. Los estudiantes reciben una
licencia temporal con acceso al programa desde cualquier computadora,
teléfono inteligente, o tableta.
lunes y miércoles
6 - 7pm
22 de febrero - 13 de abril*
$40
Estudiantes matriculados simultáneamente en las clases de CCS ESOL: $25
*Los estudiantes tienen acceso al programa en-línea hasta el 20 de mayo de 2016.
Inglés como Segundo Idioma
Póliza de Asiento
Para asegurar que todos los estudiantes estén
anotados en el nivel de clase apropiado, se evalúan los
estudiantes en escritura y comunicación al momento
de matricularse. Anticipe que el proceso puede tomar
aproximadamente 30 minutos.
Inglés para Hispanoparlantes
instructor: Grupo A: Maritza Cole Grupo B y C: Greg Deyermenjian
Hispanoparlantes. Empieza a aprender inglés paso a paso. Aprenda
los fundamentos de gramática en inglés junto con destrezas de lectura
básica, escritura, escuchar y hablar.
Grupo A
lunes y miércoles
6 - 8pm
8 de febrero - 13 de abril
Grupo B
martes y jueves
6:30 - 8:30pm
9 de febrero - 14 de abril
Grupo C
sábados
1 - 3pm
13 de febrero - 16 de abril
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$40
ESOL – Básico
instructor: Grupo A: Greg Deyermenjian
Grupo C: Maritza Cole
Grupo B: Yolanda Gonzales
Participantes con destrezas limitadas de inglés. Aprenda estructuras básicas
de oraciones, pronunciación, lectura y destrezas de gramática. Aplique
gramática en lectura, escritura, y ejercicios de conversación.
Grupo A*
lunes y miércoles
6 - 8:30pm
8 de febrero - 13 de abril
Grupo B*
martes y jueves
6 - 8:30pm
9 de febrero - 14 de abril
Grupo C
sábados 9:30 - 11:30am
13 de febrero - 16 de abril
$40
*incluye Laboratorio de Rosetta Stone
ESOL – Intermedio
instructor: Grupo A: Annie Houston Grupo B: Maritza Cole
Grupo C: Winston Nicholls
Participantes con algún conocimiento de inglés. Mejore sus destrezas
de gramática usando modismos y pronunciación. Aplique gramática en
lectura, escritura, y ejercicios de conversación.
Grupo A
lunes y miércoles
6 - 8pm
8 de febrero - 13 de abril
Grupo B
martes y jueves
6:30 - 8:30pm
9 de febrero - 14 de abril
Grupo C
sábados
10am - 12 pm
13 de febrero - 16 de abril
$40
ESOL – Avanzado
instructor: Maritza Cole
Participantes con buenas destrezas de inglés. Practique conversaciones
avanzadas y desarrolle un fuerte vocabulario usando escenarios de la vida
diaria. Escritura enfocada en ejercicios de oraciones compuestas.
sábados
12:30 - 2:30pm
13 de febrero - 16 de abril
$40
instructor: Annie Houston
Participantes con buenas destrezas de inglés. Mejore sus destrezas
de lecto-escritura mediante comprensión y ejercicios de gramática. Un
excelente curso para quienes planean asistir a universidades o ingresar a
la fuerza laboral.
martes
6:30 - 8:30pm
9 de febrero - 12 de abril
$40
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Idiomas
ESOL – Lectura y Escritura Avanzada
Arte
Teatro de Títeres las Ardillas Voladoras
instructor: Demetrius Fuller
edades 7 - 12
El Teatro de Títeres las Ardillas Voladoras (FSPT por sus siglas en inglés)
es un teatro original de títeres producido por niños! A través de los años
los titiriteros de las Ardillas Voladoras escriben un cuento, crean títeres
y actúan en el espectáculo frente a una audiencia en vivo. FSPT sirve
como enlace entre arte, drama escritura y análisis crítico.
Temas para 2016:
Steampunk – un tipo de ciencia ficción que incorpora tecnología y
diseños estéticos inspirados en el siglo 19, máquinas con energía de
vapor. Los titiriteros exploraran mirar las cosas ordinarias de manera
extraordinarias.
Sesión II
Confección de Títeres: ¡Crea los personajes! Aprende los cuatros tipos
principales de títeres: de Mano, de Varilla, Marioneta y Sombra. Crea
títeres que complementen el guión escrito en la Sesión I.
miércoles y viernes 5:30 - 6:45pm
9 - 18 de marzo
$15
Escultura
instructor: Christiana Lauzon
edades 8 - 11
Explora la construcción física con materiales. Empieza a comprender
composición, balance, energía creativa a través de formas. ¡Utiliza
destrezas creativas para resolver problemas! Usa arcilla, alambres
comunicación mixta. Da un vistazo a las ideas de esculturas a través de
otras culturas e historias de arte.
lunes
4 - 6pm
4 - 25 de abril
$15
Teje tu Propio Sombrero, Bufanda y Guantes
instructor: Carmen Bermudez
edades 13+
Aprende las puntadas básicas para hacer un sombrero de lana, bufanda
o guantes. La mayoría de los diseños tejidos son variaciones de
dos puntadas básicas, punto y punto revés. Los diseños de crochet
comienzan con el soporte básico del gancho y puntadas básicas, tales
como un punto crochet simple. Los tipos de agujas y de lana serán
discutidos. En la primera clase habrá agujas disponibles para practicar.
sábados
2:30 - 4:30pm 6 de febrero - 16 de abril
$20
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Música
Coro Juvenil de Chelsea
instructor: Andrew Skinner
edades 12 - 18
El Coro Juvenil de Chelsea será el principal conjunto coral de la ciudad.
El repertorio interpretado será seleccionado de la más alta calidad
musical de coros tradicionales. El grupo consistirá de todas las
voces (soprano, alta, tenor y baja) y cantará tanto a capela como con
acompañamientos.
Audición: Los jóvenes quienes estén deseosos de aprender y que canten
bien serán considerados para la membresia. Las audiciones consistirán
de una serie de pruebas para determinar el alcance vocal, la resonancia
(eco) y lectura visual básica. No se requiere preparación.
Fecha para audición: lunes 1 de Feb o miércoles 3 de Feb 6 - 7:30pm
Los resultados serán notificados a los postulantes para el 5 de febrero.
El pago debe ser recibido para febrero 13.
miércoles 6 - 7:30pm
24 de febrero - 15 de junio
$25
Teclado para Jóvenes & Adultos
instructor: Rafael Silva
edades 12+
Desarrolle destrezas en el teclado y conocimiento musical a través de
escalas, acordes, arpegios, teoría y entrenamiento de oído.
martes y jueves
2 de febrero - 24 de marzo
Principiante: 5:30 - 6:15pm*
Principiante Avanzado: 6:15 - 7pm*
$30
*Los estudiantes serán evaluados el primer día y podrían ser cambiados
a clases de niveles superiores o inferiores. Se requiere tener acceso a un
teclado para practicar.
Introducción a Guitarra
instructor: Rafael Silva
edades 13+
Aprenda escalas, acordes y el lenguaje o jerga de la guitarra usando
la tablatura y la hoja de música. ¡Explore usando la púa, las técnicas y
estilo de los dedos! Guitarra acústica o eléctrica con amplificador para tocar.
martes
7 - 8pm
2 de febrero - 22 de marzo
$30
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Información de la Matrícula para
Clases de Primavera
Williams Building
180 Walnut Street
Chelsea, MA 02150
(617) 466 - 5233 or (617) 466 - 4070
La matrícula comienza el martes de 12 de enero
Lunes a Viernes 4pm - 8pm
Sábados 9am - 4pm
Pago en efectivo o giro postal. No se aceptan cheques personales.
Cuidado de Niños 4 -10 años a un costo módico.
Debe ser pedido dos (2) semanas antes del comienzo de su clase.
Política de Reembolso
Chelsea Community Schools se reserva el derecho de cancelar
o de descontinuar las clases a su entera discreción. Si un curso
es cancelado usted tiene la opción de recibir un reembolso, o de
inscribirse en alguna clase alterna, durante la misma sesión.
No habrá reembolso después de iniciadas las clases. Si desea
recibir reembolso tendrá que notificarnos su retiro del curso dos
semanas previas a de la fecha en que se inicia el curso.
Para los Estudiantes en Clases de Inglés SÓLO: durante la
primera semana de clases, si un estudiante siente que
sus necesidades de aprendizaje serián mejor satisfechas en otro
nivel, se le permitirá transferirse a otra clase una vez esto sea
aprobado por el instructor y si el espacio está disponible.
Mal Tiempo
Las clases y programas serán cancelados si las Escuelas Públicas de
Chelsea son cerradas. El cierre será anunciado en el noticiero de las
cadenas de televisión — canales 4, 5, 7 y Cable de la Ciudad canal
15. También habrá un mensaje grabado, llame al (617) 466-5233
los días de semana después de las 2pm o después de las 7am los
sábados y domingos.
Chelsea Community Schools estará CERRADO
el 18 de enero
el 15 de febrero
el 25 - 27 de marzo
el 18 de abril
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Información para Matrícula
Matrícula En Persona
comienza el martes, 12 de enero
MATRÍCULA En Persona
Venga al edificio Williams, 180 Walnut Street, Chelsea
Horario: 4pm - 8pm lunes - viernes y 9am - 4pm sábados
Pago en efectivo o giro postal. Cheques personales no son
aceptados.
RESERVE un Lugar en la Clase*
Por Fax*
Reserve en cualquier
momento enviando su solicitud
al número 617.466.4072
Por el Internet*
Reserve en la red
www.chelseama.gov/ccs
conecte en el curso y llene la
solicitud.
Por Correo*
Despegue la solicitud de
matrícula, envíela a:
Chelsea Community Schools
Departmento de Salud y
Servicios Humanos, Salon 100
500 Broadway, Chelsea, MA 02150
¡Ay no! ¡Ha sido cancelado!
Algunas veces, cursos excelentes son cancelados porque todos
esperan hasta el último momento para matricularse. Por favor
matricúlese temprano para evitar decepciones para usted y para
otros. (617) 466-5233
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Información para Matrícula
Puede reservar un lugar en la clase por 48 horas, usando las siguientes
opciones. Una vez recibida su reservacion, CCS le contactará para
confirmarla. Los pagos son en efectivo o giro postal. Los mismos
deben ser recibidos en el edificio Williams dentro de las 48 horas para
garantizarles un lugar.
Instructors
Kesia Ascencio
is a Chelsea resident and a graduate
of Chelsea Schools and Bunker Hill
Community College. She works for
Chelsea Bank, a division of East
Cambridge Savings Bank.
Anita Barnes
has a J.D. from the New England
School of Law. She is also an art,
drama and youth sports enthusiast.
Carmen Bermudez
has been crocheting and knitting
since age 14. When she’s not
holding a crochet hook, she can
be found at the Sokolowski and
Berkowitz Schools where she is a
Special Education Clerk.
Lillian Carter
holds a BFA from The Boston
Conservatory and is currently an
adjunct faculty member there.
She teaches dance in many studios
throughout Boston.
Maritza Cole
has a MEd from Cambridge College
and holds a certification in ABE and
in foreign language (Spanish K-12).
Gregory Deyermenjian
has taught English to staff at The
Fernald Center and to individuals in
private settings. He has a MEd and a
MA in International Development.
Demetrius Fuller
is the Art Teacher at the Sokolowski
Elementary School. He works with
groups of children to produce and
perform original puppet shows.
Yolanda Gonzales
has a MA from Cambridge College
and holds a certification in Bilingual
Education elementary and early
childhood, and in foreign language
(Spanish K-12).
Andris Gonzalez
is the Assistant Sales & Service
Manager at East Cambridge Savings
Bank. She is a graduate from Mass
Bankers School of Finance and has
many years of experience in retail
banking.
Bruce Harrison
has over 25 years of experience
as a dynamic leader and coach
of Chelsea youth sports. His
main focus is sportsmanship and
teamwork.
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Annie Houston
is TEFL certified with teaching
experience in France and Italy. She
holds a MS in Arts Administration
from Boston University and works
to promote cultural awareness and
the arts.
Joan Kisthardt
is the Manager of Aquatics at
Harvard Univerisity and a certified
Water Safety and Lifeguard
Instructor. She has been a swimmer
since age six and competes in US
Masters Swimming.
Christiana Lauzon
is a painter, who has a love of history
and the world around her. She is a
graduate from Montserrat College of
Art on her path to becoming an Art
Therapist.
Susan Leach
is a professional dancer who has
experience in teaching ethnic and
American dance and is fitness/
Zumba certified.
Stephanie McConaghy
is a long time Chelsea Police Officer
with a specialty in Juvenile and Senior
issues. She has been teaching selfdefense/awareness for six years.
Winston Nicholls
has a MEd from Cambridge College.
He is a TEFL certified Instructor and
a veteran of the United States Navy.
José Ramos
as well as being a Chelsea Police
Officer, he has 30 years of martial
arts experience and holds a third
degree black belt in Shaolin Kempo.
Ann Marie Robinson
is the Vice President/Human
Resources Manager at East
Cambridge Savings Bank. She has
25 years experience in the field of
Human Resources.
Gastrell Rossignol
is a professional dancer and an
instructor level Capoeirista known
as Guerreiro. His nickname reflects
his style of playing Capoeira which
means "The Warrior."
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Andros Garcia Saldivar
is in his final year at Boston University
majoring in Health Science. He has
worked with Chelsea Community
Schools Homework Help for two
years.
Rafael Silva
is an accomplished multiinstrumentalist and a graduate
from Berklee College of Music. He
composes, arranges, produces and
performs diverse styles of music.
Andrew Skinner
holds a degree in Music Education
and is the music/chorus teacher at
the Browne Middle School. He also
serves as the Chelsea Public Schools'
Lead Teacher for the performing arts.
American Red Cross
is a humanitarian organization that
provides emergency assistance,
disaster relief and education inside
the USA. www.redcross.org
Chelsea Bank
a division of East Cambridge
Savings Bank is a community based
bank with over 160 years of service
to the community.
www.ecsb.com
Chelsea District Court
services all criminal cases arising
out of the cities of Chelsea and
Revere, as well as juvenile cases
from Winthrop and East Boston. In
addition, it handles a full array of civil
and housing matters.
Global Premier Soccer
established in 2001 is a leading
provider of camps, clinics & coach
education throughout eastern MA.
www.globalpremiersoccer.com
Jordan Boys and Girls Club
established in 1993, provides
recreation, education, fitness and
mentoring programs to support
Chelsea youth. www.bgcb.org/
locations_clubs_jordan.cfm
Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
is the nation's oldest Latino
fraternity. Since 2006, the Nu
Chapter of Phi iota Alpha has
coordinated tutor recruitment
at Boston University and other
local universities for Chelsea
Community Schools Homework Help.
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Chelsea Community Schools
Summer Course Registration
begins
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
If you have
Teaching Experience
and would like to share your
interests and knowledge by teaching a course,
we would like to hear from you.
Call 617-466-4070
to receive a course proposal application,
or visit us online at www.chelseama.gov/ccs
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Where students learn, families engage
& relationships grow
Chelsea Community Schools offers
state-of-the-art facilities
for organizations to hold classes, meetings,
workshops and tournaments.
If interested please contact:
Chelsea Community Schools
Administrative Office, Room 311
Department of Health and Human Services
City Hall, 500 Broadway
Chelsea, MA 02150
617.466.4070 617.466.4099 fax
[email protected]
www.chelseama.gov/ccs
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