By Crystal Hayduk Chelsea High School’s media center’s chairs were filled with teachers to support a speedy resolution to contract negotiations as the Chelsea District Board of Education began their meeting Monday evening. Teachers have been working without a contract since July 1. Six teachers communicated their concerns at the two opportunities for public input, [...]
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has informed Chelsea that southbound left-hand turns from M-52 (Main Street) onto Jackson Street are now prohibited. When the road is reopened, this change will prevent vehicles from stacking up on the railroad tracks. Signs prohibiting these turns onto Jackson Street have already been installed as part of the [...]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Kristin Krarup-Joyce, Ed. S. NCSP, Ellen Kent, Ed. S. NCSP and Emily Verbeke, Ed. S. NCSP for the information in this new weekly column.) If you have a question for one of the school psychologists, please email email@example.com. All information will be kept confidential. Question: Recent research claims that [...]
Be sure to say congratulations to Beach Middle School 6th-grade spelling bee winners Nate Henry, Charles Korner, Andrea Kowalski, Jack Krugh, Kendra Patterson, and Ethan Schroeder. They will be competing in the SEMMLAA county-wide spelling bee next month.
State Rep. Gretchen Driskell (D-Saline) and Melanie Bell, network administrator for the Chelsea District Library, were recipients of 2014 Broadband Hero Awards from Connect Michigan. The awards were presented at the annual Michigan Broadband Conference in Lansing. Bell and Driskell helped organize the Washtenaw County Broadband Committee in 2013 to improve the access, adoption and [...]
Friends of the Chelsea District Library will hold their monthly meeting on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 10:15 a.m. in the McKune Room of the library Friends of the Library hold a monthly meeting to discuss the book sale and library support. Everyone is invited.
(Chelsea Update would like to thank coach Kim Eder for the information in this story.) It was a great end to the season for the 8th Grade Gold Volleyball team as they beat Bedford winning the first and last sets. Throughout all 3 sets the girls played great. In the first set, Sammy Pagliarini led [...]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank James Duncan for the information in this story and Claudia Arcangeli for the photo.) The Chelsea High School Theater Guild will present the play “Footloose” directed by Katherine Altman on Nov. 14-16. “Footloose” is based on the 1984 hit film. It tells the story of Ren, a young man [...]
Once again, Chelsea‘s Halloween costume judging will be at the Cole Funeral Chapel parking lot. Cider and donuts will be provided, and in addition, there will be a Jack-o-lantern contest this year. Judging will take place before the official start of trick-or-treating and the games, so the costumes will be fresh and while it is [...]