Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
All students can learn and deserve opportunities to do so in a safe and comfortable environment.
Differentiated instructional strategies should be implemented to actively engage all learners.
A quality education is best provided when curriculum and instructional practices are data driven and research based.
Optimum proficiency is achieved by the combined and collaborative efforts of all stakeholders.
Continuous school improvement is imperative for students to reach their full educational potential and become life-long learners.
Student benefit is the most important catalyst in the decision making process.
***The purpose at Crestview Middle is to prepare the students for secondary and post secondary education.
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Mrs. Wakefield is in the process of getting CMS's clothes closet fully stocked for next year. She is so grateful for the outpouring of support from those who have already donated. She states, "Your giving has proven that you understand that these kids don't choose what they wear to school; they wear what they can, when they can. We have a huge need for girl's pants in juniors and women's sizes." If you would like to donate, let Mrs. Wakefield know and she will be glad to come and get them. Call the school office at 901-475-5900 or e-mail
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201 Mark Walker, Jr. Blvd.
Covington, TN 38019
Office Phone: (901) 475-5900
Office Fax: (901) 475-2607
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7th Grade Awards Highlights
6th Grade Awards Highlights
2014-2015 Crestview Middle Highlights
Parents and Staff, thank you for your contributions as always!
Honor Society Trip
2015 to Washington D. C.
CMS 6th Grade students took a field trip 5/15/15 to learn about Martin Luther King by visiting The Civil Rights Museum at The Lorraine Motel.
These students represented CMS today (5/15/2015) by singing at the Tipton County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service.
CMS Soloists Sing @
Community Health Fair
Charlie and the 'Charger'
Factory Day Concert
Students of Mr. Mooney's class had a chance to wear a Master's and Doctorate Level graduation robes. Professor Dr. Strong described some significant facts about these robes and how they were represented in history.
He also told students that there is funding for college to the students that plan to attend a community college. Tennessee Promise is this source.
Although Dr. Strong has retired from Dyersburg State, he has plans to travel to England in 2016 to study at Oxford and research to write a book about King Arthur's legend. He plans to research where King Arthur traveled in his time.
Special Olympics 2015
WREG News Channel 3's
Meteorologist Mr. Tim
CMS's 6th Grade
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Know a business who uses a lot of ink cartridges and wants to donate, print this flier for them. CMS does not accept copier and fax toners as they are not considered "printer" ink cartridges.
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