Take the first steps towards independence! In this course, we will teach children the basics of being safe when home alone for short periods of time. We will talk about house safety, discuss internet safety, learn about accident prevention, fire safety prevention, and how to call 911. We will cover simple first aid techniques, such as how to relieve choking, and talk about how to use our time wisely.
As many of you may have heard, a decision was made at the February 17, 2022 school committee meeting with regard to the use of masks in Chelmsford Public School buildings.
The Chelmsford Public Schools have accepted guidance that will no longer require masks as of Monday, February 28, 2022. We will support an individual's choice to wear a mask and will promote a culture of acceptance and respect in the school community for an individual's need (or choice) to continue to mask.
To help us keep our community safe, please remember that if you are experiencing any symptoms of Covid19, please review the latest guidelines from the CDC to assure you are safe to attend. If you have tested positive for Covid19, a mask MUST be worn in any school building on days 6-10 from the date of a positive test result.
If you have any questions, contact the Commed office and we will be happy to assist you. We can be reached at 978-251-5151 or via email at email@example.com
Instructor: Janet Cullinane
About Our Instructor:
Janet Cullinane, a resident of Chelmsford for over 25 years, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Mathematics from UMass/Boston and a Certificate in Nutrition from UMass Lowell. She has devoted many volunteer hours in the Chelmsford School System, particularly at the elementary level. She has chaperoned for the Chelmsford Community Education’s Ski Program since 1995, has taught the Home Alone class since 1996, and has coached for the Chelmsford Girls’ Softball League since 1990 – the last 15 years coaching high school level girls.