A John Yeates Middle School teacher and Nansemond-Suffolk Academy senior were recognized Thursday by the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Seventh-grade teacher Christina Klein, a teaching veteran of 28 years, was one of the top five educators statewide for the organization’s annual Outstanding Teacher of American History contest, according to Suffolk’s Constantia Chapter DAR member Faye Sobel.
Maggie More, who graduates from NSA on June 4, won a $500 scholarship from the Constantia Chapter for her winning essay. She will attend The College of William & Mary in the fall. More was unable to attend Thursday’s DAR awards luncheon at Cedar Point Country Club. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.