Mrs. Mary Deckelman

Fourth Grade Teacher

Mrs. Deckelman earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and professional teaching license for grades 1-8 from Cleveland State University. She has been a member of the St. Christopher faculty since 2003. Presently, she teaches fourth grade and is the math teacher for the intermediate grades, four and five. Mrs. Deckelman is the moderator for the Knitting Club and a member of the Liturgy committee. She especially enjoys teaching religion, math, and math to her students.

Mrs. Deckelman and her husband, David, reside in Rocky River and have two sons, David and Brian. Both of her sons attended St. Christopher School and St. Ignatius High School. Mrs. Deckelman enjoys watching sports, knitting, long walks and bike rides to the beach with her husband.


Mrs. Natalie Hamlin

Fourth Grade Teacher

Mrs. Hamlin received her Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Early Childhood Education from Miami University and is licensed in Early Childhood (P-5). She is a life-long parishioner and graduate of Saint Christopher School and is thrilled to be part of the school community. She teaches Language Arts to grades four and five and has a fourth grade homeroom.

“I am extremely excited and grateful to be working in such a great community as Saint Christopher School! Along with the content and exploration that will take place throughout the school year, I want to help my students become problem solvers and critical thinkers while gaining the skills to become involved and responsible citizens in our community.”

Mrs. Hamlin enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her adorable dog, Nellie Belle. She also is the Flag Corps moderator of the Saint Ignatius High School Marching Band.