Dr. Christopher Morris
Dr. Christopher Morris graduated from Union City High School in 1994. Then he went to Lambuth University where he graduated in 1999 with a B.S. in History/Political Science. He earned his Masters of Education in 2009; Education Specialist Degree in 2011; and Doctoral Degree in 2018 (all) from Union University. Dr. Morris served as an assistant principal at West Middle School, and Northside High School in Jackson, TN. He has received numerous community awards for his work with youth and young adults. Recently, he served at the state level for the Suicide Prevention Network. His background includes experience in mental health.
Dr. Morris believes that all children can learn but are diverse in the way in which each learns. He believes that with hard work and perseverance we can touch each child in a special way. However, the ultimate key to success is keeping the culture positive and communication open among staff, students, and parents.  Dr. Morris feels that teamwork is the process in which a school can be successful in reaching the goal of helping a child attain his or her full potential.  I am honored to have the opportunity to continue reaching, teaching, and inspiring all students at Crestview Middle, my passion for education involves providing an exciting, rigorous and safe learning environment for all students. My commitment to building positive relationships and leading by example will go hand in hand while displaying Charger Pride!"

During his free time, Dr. Morris enjoys reading, participating in Spartan Races, riding his motorcycle and watching sports. One of his greatest accomplishments is sharing life with his two adult sons, Scott and CJ.

Tonia Beard

Assistant Principal/Testing Coordinator

To Contact Tonia Beard
E-Mail: TBeard@tipton-county.com
(901) 840-9250
My name is Tonia Bond-Beard. I received a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2006 and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 1998. Prior to obtaining an administrative position, I taught 6th grade Reading/Language Arts and have taught 6th grade Social Studies and 7th grade Reading/Language Arts. My greatest joy comes from spending time with my husband and our two children.

I am a firm believer that, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”-Nelson Mandela

Assistant Principal/Curriculum Coordinator

To Contact Shelley Gough
E-Mail: LGough@tipton-county.com
Phone: (901) 840-9250

My name is Shelley Gough.  I graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2007 with a Masters in Educational Leadership, North Carolina University in 2006 with a Masters in Theology, the University of Memphis in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Education, and Shelby State Community College with an Associate of Science degree.

My goal is to graciously encourage every student, correct them lovingly, and instruct them patiently. I hope that each student will leave our school not only academically more advanced, but with a higher self-esteem and level of confidence as well. Learning, in my opinion, is not just information passed on; it is one life invested in another. My objective is for each student to excel and exceed their fullest potential.

When not at school, I love traveling, four wheeling, and fishing.