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 Bachelor’s 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. My daughter Hannah is the 6th grade math teacher at Belmont Middle School and is married to Jacob who is also a teacher and coach at Belmont High School. My son Noah attends the University of Mississippi majoring in Computer Science. My step-daughter Megan attended Beville State Community College and is married to Raul.

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.