NSA ready to build relationships, enhance learning
Jimmy LaRoue, The Suffolk News-Herald
As the Nansemond-Suffolk Academy band was outside practicing “When the Saints Go Marching In” one afternoon last week, school staff were inside making final preparations for the start of classes Wednesday, when this year’s Saints will march in. And though technology is prevalent in NSA’s classrooms, the learning there starts with building relationships, even as some staff members change roles for the coming year. Pankti Barot, teaching ancient world history in the Upper School this year after teaching Spanish to sixth- through eighth-graders previously, said she will see many of the same students she has advised and taught. That will help as they come into her class. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.