Cole Christiansen '16 Nominated for Player of the Week
Cole Christiansen '16, has been nominated again for the Duke Automotive Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week! Please vote for Cole by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday by sending an email with the subject “Player of the Week” to email@example.com or by clicking here.
Despite his team’s 41-24 Thursday road loss to St. Anne’s-Belfield School, Cole gave an inspired performance. Offensively, he had 10 carries and led the Saints with 128 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, he led his team with nine tackles and also had two sacks and an interception. On special teams, he blocked a punt. Congratulations, Cole!
With five 3-D printers, two laser cutters and not a desk in sight, the Innovation Lab at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy seems more like a workspace at a tech company or government facility than a high school classroom.
That’s exactly the point, says Elizabeth Joyner, the school’s new STEM learning and innovation specialist. “We’re encouraging students to tinker and play,” she said. “They’re willing to come in and instead of having a study hall or a free bell to sit with their friends, they’re here trying to solve problems.”
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Nansemond-Suffolk Academy junior outside hitters Livi Bono and Lindsay Knierbein got some help on offense, and junior libero Logan Harrell spearheaded a strong service game, allowing NSA to open conference play with a win on Thursday.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy junior setter Nicole Wright recorded 31 assists to further facilitate a Lady Saints offense that thrived on its service game in Thursday night’s match against host Hampton Roads Academy, NSA’s conference opener. The Lady Saints won 25-13, 25-12, 25-14.
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Due to the inclement weather, all after-school activities, games and practices have been canceled. NSA Extended Care and Beyond the Bell will remain open until the last child has been picked up. Activity buses will not operate this afternoon, please make arrangements to pick-up your child from Extended Care or Beyond the Bell. Students who regularly ride the bus will depart at their usual times. If your child will ride home with another family, please contact your child's division office with that information. All students are encouraged to leave campus when dismissed.