About Me

Hello!  I am excited about this school year, and I look forward to getting to know you as the year progresses. In the meantime, I will share some information about me.

My name is Tammy Oaks Davis. I attended Belmont School and graduated in 1991 as Salutatorian of my class.  I attended Northeast Mississippi Community College and graduated in 1995 with a degree in Engineering and in 2002 with a degree in Computer Programming Technology.  I completed a degree in 2004 at the University of North Alabama in Business with minors in Mathematics and Computer Information Systems.

My teaching experience in the classroom includes being a Teacher’s Assistant for K-2nd grade, a SPED Inclusion Assistant for K-3rd grade, and an Instructor for Ole Miss – Tupelo’s Continuing Education/Community Outreach Department. I began teaching mathematics at Belmont School in January 2009 and was selected as the Belmont High School Teacher of the Year for 2016-2017 and 2018-2019. At Belmont, I have taught 7th grade mathematics, Pre-Algebra, Foundations of Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Survey of Mathematical Topics, and Calculus.

I am married to Greg Davis and together we have three children and two grandchildren. My daughter Hannah is a 6th grade math teacher and is married to Jacob who is also a teacher and coach. Together, they have a daughter named Maisyn Elaine. My son Noah is a senior at the University of Mississippi majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Mathematics. My step-daughter Megan attended college at Beville State Community College and is married to Raul. Together, they have a daughter named Vanessa Claire.

Some of my hobbies and interests include: spending time with my family and friends, computers, web design, bird watching, reading, sports, music, camping, fishing, cooking, and playing card and board games.

My classroom goals are to provide a supportive and fun classroom environment that will equip the student with the skills to be successful in the class that I am teaching to them then, future math classes, and to ultimately be a productive member of society.