Degrees and Certifications:
Ga Southern University, BBA Accounting University of North Ga, Master of Arts - Teaching
Mrs. Ronda Tatum
Mrs. Tatum earned her Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Georgia Southern University. Before beginning her teaching career she had several jobs in the accounting field and owned a small business providing accounting services for several years. After teaching math at a hybrid private school Mrs. Tatum decided to make a career change and become a full time educator. She earned her Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of North Georgia and since that time has been teaching math at Gordon Central High School. In addition to teaching, Mrs. Tatum also serves as a Lead Teacher for Freshman Hall and Warrior Academy Coordinator.
Mrs. Tatum lives in Adairsville, GA, with her husband Brent Tatum and their two youngest children Avery (11th) and Caroline (9th). Their two oldest daughters are also educators; Margaret teaches Spanish in Douglas County and Katherine teaches 8th grade math in Bartow County. Their oldest son, JT, is a Cadet at the University of North Georgia. In her free time Mrs. Tatum enjoys reading, playing tennis, and trips to the beach.