Decker Award goes to Williamsburg teacher

on September 16 | in Giving | by

This year’s winner of the Hollins University Teaching Award, nominated by Cailin Asip ’11, was Deborah Crawford, a gifted and talented resource teacher and advisor at Warhill High School in Williamsburg, Virginia. The award is supported by an endowment established by Mary Bernhardt Decker ’58 and the late James DeWitt Decker, honoring secondary school teachers who have devoted their lives to preparing students to excel in a higher education setting.

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