Chelsea District SchoolsChelsea
In March 2021 we welcomed the following middle and high schools of the Chelsea school district as MEFA Pathway affiliates: Clark Avenue School, Eugene Wright Science & Technology Academy, Joseph A. Browne School, Chelsea High School, and Chelsea Opportunity Academy.
A model for implementation and integration, the Chelsea school district effort is led by Ellen Kokinidis. They have embraced MEFA Pathway as their vehicle to support and guide students towards post-secondary planning, readiness, and success. The educators within these schools exemplify a strong and unified team bridging the transition from middle to high school. Chelsea District applies the MyCAP (My Career and Academic Plan) process to ensure that students develop a solid post-secondary plan while aligning the core objectives of MyCAP with MEFA Pathway, including capturing and documenting achievements at each grade level.
In addition, Chelsea Opportunity Academy is participating in Common App and Parchment integration within MEFA Pathway for the 2021-22 college application season. Students, teachers, and counselors will benefit from an improved streamlined process making it easier to manage and submit forms and documents.
Hats off to Chelsea school district—your dedication and commitment to students and families is top notch. We are privileged to work with your teams to help support full implementation of MEFA Pathway from grade 6 on up. And a special thank you to Superintendent Dr. Abeyta, Assistant Superintendent Mr. Deleidi, the District School Counseling Team, Assistant Principal for Grades 11/12 Ms. Murphy, the MyCAP teams, and the Chelsea District Technology Department for making this happen!