CHELSEA CORREIA CUNNINGHAM
She was a former dance of Falmouth Dance Academy for 10 years and a competition dancers for 7 years. Chelsea also assisted and taught classes for 6 years while dancing for Miss Kim. After graduating from Falmouth High School in 2010, she attended Bridgewater State University through May of 2015. She was a four-year varsity athlete for the BSU Women’s Volleyball team and a member of the BSU Dance Company for three years. She earned her bachelor of Science degree is Adapted Physical Education with a minor in Psychology and a concentration in Motor Development Therapy. After earning her Bachelor’s degree, Chelsea pursued earned her Master of Education degree at Boston University in Physical Education and Coaching in May of 2016.
Throughout her time in school, Chelsea continued to teach dance classes. She taught at Shirley Matta Dance Studio of Brockton, Massachusetts and Matta Dance Extension of Bridgewater, Massachusetts while attending Bridgewater State University. After graduation, Chelsea returned to the FDA staff in 2015.
Chelsea is currently a teacher in Falmouth Public Schools. She is also the Varsity Volleyball Coach of Oliver Ames High School of Easton, Massachusetts and a club volleyball coach for Beantown Volleyball Club of Newton, Massachusetts. Most recently, Chelsea got married this past July.
“My goal for the students I have the privilege to teach is to give each student an equal opportunity to engage in physical activity in a positive and welcoming environment. With my coaching and physical education background, I promote accessibility for individuals for all ability levels. I enjoy working with the variety of students and cannot wait for another exciting year at FDA.”
I also got married in July of 2017.