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Jordan Tatom
Jordan Tatom


Welcome. As you know, I am your school counselor, Jordan Tatom. At school, I am known as Mr. Tatom.

I am here for the students, parents, and faculty at Liberty. Each day, in addition to guidance classes, I will have time set aside to meet with students, parents, and teachers, as needed. Please do not hesitate to e-mail or call me to set up a meeting or to ask me to speak with your child, if there is a need. 

A little about me. I was born and raised in Mobile, AL and graduated from Mobile Christian School in 2004. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Communications from Freed-Hardeman University in 2008, as well as a Master of Education in School Counseling in 2010. I plan to complete an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership through Lipscomb University in December 2019.

This is my ninth year as a school counselor. 2019-2020 is my fifth year at Liberty School. 

Please follow me on Twitter: @CounselorTatom, Stay updated with #TatomTime


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Welcome Lesson


Grades K-6th

Dear Families:

Fulfilled, happy, confident, responsible, kind, and loving. We have learned that these are goals families want for their children, and as teachers, what we want for our students.

We recognize that as a family member, you are our students’ first teacher and we want to partner with you to help our children become tolerant, compassionate, and caring adults. To support achieving these goals and help our students build their social-emotional skills, we are pleased to share that we are implementing Sanford Harmony (Harmony) in our school community.

Social emotional learning (SEL) helps children by promoting their health and emotional well-being and contributing to the prevention of violence, truancy, bullying, and substance abuse. In addition, SEL is associated with significant gains on academic achievement tests.

Sanford Harmony is a social-emotional teaching program that cultivates supportive and respectful relationships and is designed to build healthy relationships among students by having them engage in activities that promote understanding and respect. Over the course of the five units listed below, students will participate in engaging activities designed to enhance their abilities to learn, work, and spend time together - they include:

Diversity and Inclusion • Critical Thinking • Communication • Problem Solving • Peer Relationships

Information will be sent home periodically, sharing activities in each unit. You will find out more about Harmony Goals, Meet Up, Buddy Up, and other fun strategies being used in the classroom.

We welcome your feedback on Harmony and encourage you to reach out if you would like additional information. To learn more about Sanford Harmony please visit

Thank you for your support!

Faculty Presentation, 9/27/2019: Building Classroom Community



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