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Inaugural group of C.W. Davis Scholars recognized
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Three Hall County teachers have been named as the first C.W. Davis Scholars and will receive $1,000 scholarships toward their pursuit of advanced degrees.

Delana Crandall teaches sixth-grade special education at Davis Middle School. She will be pursuing her master’s degree in middle grades math and science at the University of North Georgia.

Tifanie Slaymaker teaches seventh-grade math and advanced math at East Hall Middle School. She will be pursuing her specialist degree in curriculum and instruction at Piedmont College.

Annie Reece teaches third grade at Sugar Hill Elementary. She will be pursuing her specialist degree in curriculum and instruction at Piedmont College.

The North Georgia Community Foundation administers the C.W. Davis Scholarship, which honors C.W. Davis, former principal of the original Flowery Branch High School, founding principal of South Hall High, former superintendent of Hall County Schools and founder of the Lanierland Basketball Tournament.

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