West Nottingham Academy is excited to announce the appointment of Caitlin Chuey as the new Director of the Chesapeake Learning Center (CLC).
A Learning Specialist with over 10 years of experience in the field of education, Ms. Chuey has worked with a diverse group of student populations, including different age groups, cultural backgrounds, and learning abilities.
Ms.Chuey’s teaching philosophy centers around fostering a stimulating and inclusive learning environment, where every student feels valued, supported, and encouraged to reach their full potential.
“I believe in creating engaging lesson plans that combine a variety of teaching techniques, including multimedia resources, hands-on activities, and interactive discussions, to enhance student comprehension and promote critical thinking skills.”
Through her commitment to personal growth and development, Ms. Chuey will be applying her skills in curriculum development, assessment strategies, and integrating technology into the classroom for West Nottingham Students who benefit from the support of individualized learning through the CLC Program.
Ms. Chuey will be living on West Nottingham Academy’s campus with her family.
About The Chesapeake Learning Center
West Nottingham Academy created the Chesapeake Learning Center in 1984 to provide additional structure and support for those who needed it.
We are one of the first in the nation to have a platform of its kind, provides an individualized and comprehensive program that recognizes both a student’s talents while addressing learning challenges through the remediation of deficit academic proficiencies, the development of speciﬁc executive function/compensatory skills, and the acquisition of appropriate accommodations. Through psychoeducation testing by our consulting Educational Psychologist, we are able to apply the CLC program to different learning disabilities, ADHD, executive function, spectrum disorders, and reading, writing, and math remediation.