Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Middle Grades Education Middle Grades Teaching Certifications in both Georgia and Alabama Teaching certifications include Middle School Mathematics, Middle School Language Arts, Middle School Science, Middle School Social Studies and Gifted Certification (Georgia only) Began Teaching August 1999 - Gwinnett County Public Schools
Mrs. Anna (Becca) Tabb
This year, I will be teaching 6th Grade Mathematics at Robertsdale Elementary School. I will have the pleasure of working with students in my own homeroom, as well as those students in Mrs. Melissa Donley’s and Ms. Tammy Buck’s homerooms.
As a bit of background, I grew up in and have a great love for the state of Georgia. The majority of my K-12 years were spent in Cartersville, Georgia, and I graduated with honors from Shorter University, in nearby Rome, Georgia. My degree was in Middle Grades Education, and I have since acquired teaching certifications in both Georgia and Alabama. My degree and certifications allow me to teach grades 4-8, and due to heavy course loads and work experience, I am certified to teach all four main subjects (Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies) in both states. While I enjoy teaching all subjects, Mathematics is my love.
Upon graduating from college, I took a 7th Grade Mathematics and Science teaching position in Gwinnett County, Georgia. During that and the nine years that followed, I taught primarily Mathematics to both 6th and 7th grade students. I had the privilege of teaching both regular and gifted education classes during my years in Gwinnett County. After relocating to the great state of Alabama and taking a bit of time off with my daughters, I was privileged with the opportunity to re-enter the classroom full-time at Robertsdale Elementary for the 2017-2018 school year. I am thrilled to now be back and teaching my second full-time year here at Robertsdale Elementary School.
I believe every student I teach this year has the ability to learn and will grow academically, socially and emotionally. I look forward to supporting and encouraging that growth in all my students and am excited to see where this school year takes us all! Go Bears!