No Hassle Fundraiser grade level winner was 6th grade bringing in the most money. Coach Elinor put his hair on the line to see if sixth grade could bring in the most money, competing against 7th and 8th. Sixth grade proved they could do it. Coach Elinor got 'clipped'.
See You at The Pole Day 2019
Mrs. Shenika Bond delivering supplies donated by the Dollar General Store on Mueller Brass Rd in Covington.
Students from schools in the Charger community assisted in the Open House for Crestview Middle August 13th.
Softball and Volleyball Award's Banquet
8th Grade girls received a copy of their volleyball photos from Mr. Phil Ramsey.
Mrs. Donna King investigating duct work in the ceiling. ;)
8th Grade Career Day
5th Graders introduced to CMS with a school dance.
Tag! You're It! Sending off the students on their last full day of school.
Tim Simpson WREG News Channel 3 visits Crestview Middle.
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.
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.
Girls group at CMS. Miss Shenika Bonds (far right) is a health educator at health department.
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.
Ms. Linda Carmack's Art Club Students. See their art at the club and organization page under Student menu at the top.
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!)
If you are having problems ordering your child's LifeTouch photos, please call their customer service line at 1-877-689-4056 for assistance......There has been a basketball game date change on the schedule. November 1st's game has been moved to October 31st. Same time, same location, and same B-Team is playing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~Yearbook Cover Drawing Contest has been announced. Please see Latest News below the marquee.~~~~~All stakeholders, please subscribe to multiple services that we use on our website as some services might not get updated quicker than others. We have Remind101, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and our website subscription form located at http://bit.ly/subscribecms ~~~~~October Character Education is Respnsibility.....Responsibility means being dependable, making good choices, and being accountable for your behavior.~~~~~ Skyward Family Access available by clicking the link in quick links on left side of website next to Latest News. ~~~~~~ Buy Your Yearbook (in bottom left links) to access our Yearbook information. (Cash, Checks, Money Orders Accepted). Online ordering has opened. ~~~~~~~Crestview Middle School's Weathernet is 3/4 down. I just learned 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.
Come out to the bookfair between October 22nd and November 1st to see what new books that are out. Cash and credit cards are accepted. The bookfair is located in the room across from the Lenovo computer lab between room numbers of 140 or 141.