The Chelmsford community represents a wide variety of identities, backgrounds, languages, and experiences. We will focus on making sure that each and every student is given the opportunity to succeed, thrive, and belong in Chelmsford Public Schools. We believe that our increasing diversity is and will continue to be a strength of our district.

Town of Chelmsford Land Acknowledgement

The Town of Chelmsford acknowledges that its land, upon which the government buildings, town common, and libraries are situated, is the traditional and ancestral territory of many diverse Indigenous Nations and we strive to honor these peoples.

We acknowledge the history of genocide and forced removal from this land, now known as Chelmsford, and we honor the Indigenous peoples still connected to this land on which we live, work, and learn. This area comprises, in part, the homelands of the Pawtucket-Pennacook, Abenaki, and their close neighbors the Massachusett and Nipmuc peoples.

The Town of Chelmsford extends our respect to citizens of these Nations who live here and elsewhere today and to their ancestors who have lived here for generations.