Chelsea Announcements Post Image

New This Month: Chelsea’s Summer Reading List

We are SO excited to welcome the newest member of our blogging team, Melanie Phounsavath! She shares some of her favorite tween reads from a variety of genres—the perfect list to kick off summer reading!

Chelsea Announcements Post Image

New This Month: Chelsea’s Summer Reading List

We are SO excited to welcome the newest member of our blogging team, Melanie Phounsavath! She shares some of her favorite tween reads from a variety of genres—the perfect list to kick off summer reading!

A Letter to Our Friends and Volunteers by Kathleen O'Malley Brown, Executive Director

A Letter to Our Friends and Volunteers

We recently notified forty-eight of fifty states’ Department of Educations’ superintendents, secretaries, commissioners, chancellors and/or directors about what The Chelsea Foundation volunteers have worked diligently to produce!

A Letter to Our Friends and Volunteers by Kathleen O'Malley Brown, Executive Director

A Letter to Our Friends and Volunteers

We recently notified forty-eight of fifty states’ Department of Educations’ superintendents, secretaries, commissioners, chancellors and/or directors about what The Chelsea Foundation volunteers have worked diligently to produce!

Parent and Teach in Prime Time by Cindy McKay, USEP-OHIO

Parent and Teach in Prime Time

What is the best time of day for you or your child to approach a new project? Prime time for you may mean more quality time as you parent or teach. When should you or your child/student tackle the most tedious tasks? Work with your natural rhythms called “circadian cycles” to accomplish more. Knowing your uniqueness may guide expectations at home, work, and school, and help children to understand themselves.

Parent and Teach in Prime Time by Cindy McKay, USEP-OHIO

Parent and Teach in Prime Time

What is the best time of day for you or your child to approach a new project? Prime time for you may mean more quality time as you parent or teach. When should you or your child/student tackle the most tedious tasks? Work with your natural rhythms called “circadian cycles” to accomplish more. Knowing your uniqueness may guide expectations at home, work, and school, and help children to understand themselves.

Good Summer Reads for Kids by Melanie Phounsavath

Good Summer Reads for Kids

Reading is a great way to kick back and relax. Who doesn’t love to unwind after a long, sunny day? Luckily for us, reading is also another way for parents to connect with their tweens. In this day and age, it might be difficult to unglue your tween from their phones and glue them to a novel, but here are some fan-favorite books that’ll surely captivate them.

Good Summer Reads for Kids by Melanie Phounsavath

Good Summer Reads for Kids

Reading is a great way to kick back and relax. Who doesn’t love to unwind after a long, sunny day? Luckily for us, reading is also another way for parents to connect with their tweens. In this day and age, it might be difficult to unglue your tween from their phones and glue them to a novel, but here are some fan-favorite books that’ll surely captivate them.