Posted by CBA honors the Class of 2020 through special visits from Head. on Monday, June 22, 2020
The CBA community celebrated their graduating class of 2020 with more than 200 people watching the live broadcast of their virtual commencement ceremony on Thursday, June 11, 2020.
The week prior to this year’s nine graduates walking the virtual stage, head of school Dr. Judy Jankowski made a personal “house call” to each student to congratulate and mark this momentous life event with a few gifts from the school.
Dr. Jankowski felt compelled to make these visits as a way of showing her... Read More
Chesapeake Bay Academy is proud to have been named a 2020-2021 "School of Excellence" by the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET). This is the third year in a row the school has received the award.
As the highest level of recognition a private special education school can achieve, this honor is presented to schools that meet rigorous professional criteria and have demonstrated truly exceptional achievement in the field.
The National Association of Special Education... Read More
Troy Clifton, executive director of Priority Toyota Charity Bowl,
presents check to Dr. Jankowski, head of school at Chesapeake Bay AcademyFor the second year in a row, Chesapeake Bay Academy is pleased to have been selected as a beneficiary of the Priority Toyota Charity Bowl!
The celebrity flag football game, played by local celebrities and politicians, is a long standing tradition that has been going on for over 50 years. Originally, the game was a fundraiser for The Joy Fund. As the... Read More
Dr. Jankowski was recently featured on WTKR News 3 discussing CBA's transition to digital teaching and learning. This segment was made possible by the Priority Toyota Charity Bowl. CBA is proud to have been selected as a beneficiary of this program for our second year in a row. Thank you Priority Toyota Charity Bowl for this opportunity!
Dr. Mary Kate Andris, President and CEO of YWCA of South Hampton Roads,
presents Dr. Judy Jankowski, Head of School at Chesapeake Bay Academy,
with 2020 YWCA Woman of Distinction Award.Dr. J was recently surprised with the YWCA of South Hampton Roads Woman of Distinction Award!
Congratulations to Dr. Judy Jankowski, Head of School at Chesapeake Bay Academy, for being named a Woman of Distinction by the YWCA of South Hampton Roads. Dr. Judy Jankowski has devoted her career to the... Read More
Posted by Dr. Jankowski and Dana Calo talk 2e kids. on Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Children with learning differences face a variety of challenges. For those with a learning difference who also have intellectual ability falling in the gifted range, learning can be even more complicated. Dr. Judy Jankowski, head of school, and Dana Calo, director of enrollment management, discuss CBA's approach to instruction allows these students to receive both the support and the acceleration necessary to access their intellectual capacity. By developing an individualized instruction... Read More
Dr. Judy Jankowski
CBA Head of SchoolThe Chesapeake Bay Academy community congratulates our Head of School, Dr. Judy Jankowski, on her recent receipt of a Klingenstein Fellowship at the Teacher’s College at Columbia University in New York.
The highly-selective program is open internationally and only 20 candidates are selected each year to participate in a 2 week, fully funded, think tank of independent school educators. Through intensive study and collaboration, school heads discuss... Read More
Dave Levin, MD
CBA congratulates trustee Dave Levin, MD on the success of Sansoro Health and its recent merger with Datica Health. Dr. Levin joined the CBA Board of Trustees in 2011 and currently serves on the Executive and Strategic Planning committees. Dr. Levin is the father of CBA alumna Sarah Levin, class of 2012, and is a self-described “CBA Lifer.” His commitment to CBA grows from his personal experience and deep understanding of the needs of exceptional... Read More
Chesapeake Bay Academy is proud to have been selected as a 2019-2020 "School of Excellence" by the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET). This is the third year in a row the school has recieved the award.
As the highest level of recognition a private special education school can achieve through the professional association, this honor is presented to private special education schools that meet rigorous professional criteria and have demonstrated truly exceptional... Read More
CBA’s very own LaTonya Hughes, middle school PE and health teacher, was recently honored at her commencement from Regent University with the Outstanding Student Award from the Graduate College of Education.
While earning her Masters in Special Education, LaTonya worked tirelessly to uphold the responsibilities of teacher, student, and mother. Always selfless, when congratulated her on her achievement, LaTonya credited Dana Calo, our assistant head of school, and Margaret Meyers, our middle... Read More