LaTonya Martin Rogers

LaTonya is seeking election to the Fulton County Board of Education because children are our future and she strongly believes that the education of children is a partnership of numerous organizations in the community, and for that reason she has generously devoted her time to serving on boards, organizations and groups that take a special interest in helping children.

About LaTonya

Dr. LaTonya Martin Rogers is a passionate supporter of public education who will fight to keep our schools safe, adequately funded, and focused on excellence in education. LaTonya believes, our schools must provide the environment and opportunity for our students to achieve and excel and highlight the “Quality of Life” concerns of our community for all our residents. Children today must have the literacy, communication, and technological skills to be productive and successful. We must clearly focus on building the skills of all our students, whether AP, language learner, or Special Education, for lifelong learning and success in our community. LaTonya supports school leadership that emphasizes long term quality over short term test results.

Veteran School Teacher

LaTonya is a full-time educator in the Douglasville Public School System and has been singled out on numerous occasions to develop and manage special projects, contributes to management teams, and has become known for her creativity and resourcefulness. One of LaTonya’s personal goals is to always contribute to the growth, learning experiences, and relationships with her students, parents, and colleagues. 

Longtime Public Servant

LaTonya is also a former elected official for the City of East Point, Georgia. This experience was gratifying and allowed her to continue building upon her skill set she developed as an educator. During her term on city council, she was able to; work with the citizens of East Point to discuss challenges within the city and the Ward she represented, participated in council meetings, vote on matters put before the council, direct the enforcement of city ordinances, appoint administrative personnel, conduct city business, manage the city’s financial operations, and conduct intergovernmental affairs.

Richard Rose, NAACP and South Fulton Parents for Education, and other volunteers for South Fulton Bus Driver Appreciation Day.

Little Library Dedication, Union City, Georgia.

District 3 and 6 Chat and Chew with parents in East Point, Georgia.

Robert, LaTonya and Pastor Torin Dailey after services at Friendship Community Church.

LaTonya presenting remarks for Teacher of the Year at Continental Colony Elementary School, Atlanta, Georgia.

Groundbreaking at Georgia Soccer Park, the 1st Public/Private partnership in East Point, Ga.

LaTonya attending Homecoming activities at her Alma mater, Morris Brown College.

Back to School bookbag and supplies Give-a-Way, City of South Fulton, Georgia.

Food distribution event at Welcome All Park, City of South Fulton, Georgia.

Book donation to College Park Library, College Park, Georgia.

Parklane Elementary School, African American Pioneers Day, East Point, Georgia.

Morris Brown College National Alumni Association, check presentation to Hosea Williams Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia.

National Planning Unit, Voter Registration Drive, Atlanta, Georgia.

Teacher Dedication Day with John Lewis at Asa Hilliard Elementary School, East Point, Georgia.

LaTonya attending a Fulton County School Board meeting advocating for the rebuild of Conley Hills Elementary and Frank Mcclarin High School.

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