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Tax Free Weekend is 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 26 and ends Sunday, July 28 at 11:59 p.m and July 30th, New Student Registration for New Students to Tipton County

Tax-Free Weekend allows parents, guardians, and teachers to purchase specific items that are eligible for no tax. Please click the link in this post to get to the Tennessee Department of Revenue for the Tax Free Weekend.

Registration information for new students to Tipton County Schools can be found in the link of this post.

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Softball and Volleyball Award's Banquet June 2019

Softball and Volleyball Award's Banquet

8th Grade girls received a copy of their volleyball photos from Mr. Phil Ramsey.

8th Grade girls received a copy of their volleyball photos from Mr. Phil Ramsey. 

Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
Veterans Day
tennis
tennis
cheering on CHS XC
club day
club day
student council
student council
staff and student
principal, superintendent, and student
Softball
staff
staff
Staff
Softball
Softball
Softball
Softball
National Breakfast week
National Breakfast Week
football banquet
football banquet
8th grade night
8th grade night
baseball
baseball
baseball
baseball
band
band
band
band
band
band
band
band
band
8th grade
8th grade
8th grade
8th grade
8th grade
8th grade
8th grade
8th grade and staff
8th grade
8th pink out
Now wonder what Mrs. King is doing in the ceiling? LOL

Mrs. Donna King investigating duct work in the ceiling. ;)

8th grade
8th grade
8th grade
7th grade
7th grade
7th grade
7th grade
7th grade
7th grade
7th grade
breakfast
7th grade
6th grade
6th grade
6th grade
6th grade
6th grade
6th Grade
6th Grade
6th Grade
NJHS at D. C.
8th Grade Career Day

8th Grade Career Day

5th Grade Dance

5th Graders introduced to CMS with a school dance.

8th Grade Promotion
6th Grade Award
6th Grade Award
6th Grade Promotion
7th Grade Award
7th Grade Award
7th Grade Award
Tag! You're It

Tag! You're It! Sending off the students on their last full day of school. 

6th Grade trip on Riverboat in Memphis, TN
Tim Simpson WREG News Channel 3 visits Crestview Middle.

Tim Simpson WREG News Channel 3 visits Crestview Middle. 

CMS 2019 Spring Choir Concert
Love our Covington Chargers

Interested in purchasing one of these signs (not exact size in this photo), contact Kim Byrd or Matt Cain at 840-9250. Cost is $20.00. 

A'Tyrun Smith

Smith is State Bound!

Softball
Track
In 4-H, the students' task was to build a flashlight only using a battery, foil, and a lightbulb. During their building we talked about electricity and how you have a conductor, electrons, protons, and neutrons. They were successful in building their flashlight.

In 4-H Club, students' task was to build a flashlight only using a battery, foil, and a lightbulb. During their building, the students and the 4-H representative talked about electricity and how you have a conductor, electrons, protons, and neutrons. They were successful in building their flashlight.

3rd Place in Stallion Invitational meet

CMS Track earned 3rd Place in Stallion Invitational meet. 

Band CMS and CHS perform at CES
CMSTV Club/Challenge visit WREGTV News Channel 3 Studios
This is our girls group at cms. Shenika Bonds is a health educator at health department.

Girls group at CMS. Miss Shenika Bonds (far right) is a health educator at health department.

Engaged on the computer
Charger Club Parent Night
Charger Club Parent Night
Today the 4-Hers completed a STEM project where they had to design a space shuttle to safely land without their alien marshmallow falling out. 4-Hers were not allowed to place anything directly on top of their cup and only had a limited use of resources to complete the activity. 4-Hers learned life skills of working together, critical thinking, problem solving, and wise use of resources.

From: Brigitte Passman, 4-H Youth Development Agent, Tipton County: Today the 4-H students completed a STEM project where they had to design a space shuttle to safely land without their alien marshmallow falling out. 4-H students were not allowed to place anything directly on top of their cup and only had a limited use of resources to complete the activity. 4-H students learned life skills of working together, critical thinking, problem solving, and wise use of resources.

Art Club photo

 Ms. Linda Carmack's Art Club Students. See their art at the club and organization page under Student menu at the top.

Challenge Read Across America.

Students from Mr. Mooney's Challenge class read to CES Pre-K, K, and 1st grade class a book about Dr. Seuss

Mr. Murdock showing our (Mr. Murdock’s and Mrs. Stafford’s) 7th period lab how we can use the Promethian Board to teach the Coordinate Plane.  (Good investment!)

Mr. Murdock showing our (Mr. Murdock’s and Mrs. Stafford’s) 7th period lab how we can use the Promethian Board to teach the Coordinate Plane. (Good investment!)

Championship Game Runner Up at Smyrna, TN.
At the January 4-H Club meeting students made dog play toys for the local animal shelter and have included their picture to this email.
At the January 4-H Club meeting students made dog play toys for the local animal shelter and have included their picture to this email.
Homecoming 2019 King and Queen
Spirit King and Queen
Girls Basketball Varsity 2018-2019
Girls Basketball B-Team
CMS Boys Basketball Team 2018-2019
2018 Cheerleaders
CMS Football Team 2018
CMS Volleyball Team having fun 2018
CMS Girls Soccer Team 2018
CMS Students enjoying career day during Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week Career Day
CMS Students 'pink out' for breast cancer awareness.
CMS Staff 'pink out' for breast cancer awareness.
Miss Becky Todd and students 'pink out' for breast cancer awareness.
CMS Open House Staff~We earned a 5.
Coffee with Dr. Christopher L. Morris, Principal
NJHS Officers 2018
2018 Cross Country Middle School Team
CMS Cheerleaders at Homecoming Football Game
8th Grade Parent Night: Miss Eaton and Mrs. Wheeler address parent concerns.
PE Students in activity with 4-H program
Mrs. Miller's class pans for gold.
CMS Charger Football 2018
Mrs. Moss's Escape Room Participants
Students posing in front of the CMS sign.
These students were happy to see their father return from his service.
2018 Fall Homecoming Court
Administrators give you high fives.
Your 2018 CMS Spelling Bee 1st and Runner Up

Who We Are

 
Registration for New Students to Tipton County Schools is July 30th, 2019.    August 5th is the first day of school (1/2 Day) and August 7th is the first full day of school.    Please click Registration Information Link under Parents tab for what you need to know to get your child(ren) registered with Tipton County Schools.~~~~~    If you need to leave us a message, please click on Tawk.to Charger in the top right corner of the website (represented by the green parrot).    This will open a window where you can open a chat window to leave us a message, along with your e-mail address so that someone from Crestview Middle will get back with you as soon as possible. | The 2019-2020 dates for Tipton County Schools are up in our Calendar. Just click Calendar next to Latest News below this scrolling marquee. It shows registration, student start dates, and 9 week period endings, along with progress report and report card dates. Crestview Middle will add dates as school year gets closer. |~~~YEARBOOK 2020 UPDATE: The webpage for Yearbook ordering has been taken offline at the moment as it is being prepared to gather new information for the upcoming year. The yearbook adviser has plans to make this a very good yearbook and will work on looking for a great dedicated hardworking student staff to bring you a book that will surpass the rest. Stay tuned.~~~      Please see all athletic departments for their announcements and any posted schedules under Athletics tab at the top of this page.   |   Update: Crestview Middle School's Weathernet is 1/4 down. I just learned recently that the only instrument not working is the wind sensor as it was not able to be repaired for sure.  Our instruments were blown off the side of the building on to the ground back from an April wind event.  The cost to replace the wind sensor is $595.00. We are asking for donations. If you can help, please contact Dr. Christopher L. Morris at 840-9250.

Tax Free Weekend for 2019

Back to School Supply Sales Tax Weekend
Tax-Free Weekend allows parents, guardians, and teachers to purchase specific items that are eligible for no tax. Please click the link in this post to get to the Tennessee Department of Revenue for the Tax Free Weekend.

2019-2020 Tipton County Schools Calendar

Click the title above to see the Tipton County Schools Calendar for 2019-2020. Check out Crestview Middle's calendar to the right by clicking Calendar to the right of Latest News. This calendar contains Crestview Middle School event dates that parents and stakeholders can stay aware of what's happening at Crestview Middle.
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