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Background Information

Employment History

Head of School, Benefit Seacamp

Latest News


Middle School Teacher

Chesapeake Academy


Affiliations

Chesapeake Academy

5 and Sixth Grade Advisor


Education

BA

History

James Madison University


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Latest News and Information at Chesapeake Academy

www.chesapeakeacademy.org [cached]

Message from the Head of School | Mrs. Soucek to Retire | Play Day | Room Parents Needed | Summer Camps are Almost Full! | Field Day Notice | May Day Auction This Weekend! | First Grade Field Trip | History Fair Awards | Junk Needed for Art Class! | Area Chorus | Athletic Banquet | Plant Sale to Benefit Seacamp 2010
Latest News and Information at Chesapeake Academy Mrs. Soucek to Retire After ten years of teaching at Chesapeake Academy and a 29-year teaching career, Claudia Soucek has recently decided to retire at the close of this school year. Mrs. Soucek started teaching at Chesapeake Academy in August, 2000 after teaching in Middlesex County Public Schools. During her career with us, she has taught history and language arts to fifth through eighth grade students and served as a student advisor, soccer coach, faculty advisor for our successful Forensics teams, faculty leader at Inward Bound, and Middle School Division Head. Mrs. Soucek implemented the Middle School Blue/White competition and the eighth grade trip, "Meet Me In The Keys", now the Seacamp trip. Mrs. Soucek's love of history and learning and her dedication to excellence have inspired many students to aspire to higher academic goals. Mrs. Soucek will be honored at Spring Sing on May 13, 2010.


Meet Our Middle School Teachers and Advisors

www.chesapeakeacademy.org [cached]

Mrs. Claudia Soucek
Mrs. Soucek is in her seventh year at Chesapeake Academy and teaches fifth-grade Language Arts, sixth grade World History, eighth grade U.S. History, as well as coach the Forensics team. Originally from Middlesex County, Claudia graduated from James Madison University with a BA in History. She maintains a Collegiate Professional Teaching License for the state of Virginia. Her husband, Archie, is an attorney in Middlesex and they have two children, Andrew and Marcie. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, being with young people, and singing.


Meet Our Administration and Faculty

www.chesapeakeacademy.org [cached]

Claudia Soucek
5/6th Grade Advisor


www.ssentinel.com

Jett was nominated to attend the NYLSC by Chesapeake Academy history teacher Claudia Soucek.
Soucek also nominated Cyrus' younger brother Starke, who attended the same leadership conference in December of 2008, declaring it a "life-changing event."


Chesapeake Academy Press Releases

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Mrs. Claudia Soucek's sixth grade history students at Chesapeake Academy donned togas, headdresses, and an assortment of props including thunderbolts, tridents, helmets, laurel wreaths, and wings as part of their hands-on study of ancient Mediterranean civilizations.
Students dressed in a variety of costumes symbolizing the roles Gods and Goddesses represented in ancient Greek life, lording over aspects of life such as love, peace, war, death, marriage, and harvest. Prior to presenting their research in oral reports to their classmates, Mrs. Soucek's mythology students read myths, studied the Trojan War, and reviewed the stories of Theseus and the Minotaur and the Narcissus.


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