Photo Gallery | Munford High assistant principal receives Sterling Award in Jackson, TN
Munford High School Assistant Principal and Tipton County Commissioner, District 7 Courtney Fee was recently awarded the Sterling Award at a reception in Jackson, Tennessee.
The Sterling Award is given annually to twenty West Tennessee women considered the most influential in their careers.
Fee lives in Brighton and attended Brighton High School. She graduated from Munford High School and then went onto receive a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Christian Brothers University.
Fee then continued her education to receive a Master’s degree in Instruction and Curriculum Leadership and Doctorate in Leadership and Policy Studies from The University of Memphis.
Courtney’s contributions center around her commitment to create a strong educational environment for students in Tipton County.
Her days are spent doing just that at Munford High School where she serves as an Assistant Principal responsible for testing and assessment, technology, and tutoring and intervention, among other areas.
She has served as co-leader of action teams during two cycles of the Tipton County Schools Strategic Planning process and is an adjunct professor for the University of Memphis.
Courtney is on the Tipton County Legislative Body as County Commissioner, District 7.
She is a member of the legislative body’s Finance Committee and served on the Reapportionment Committee.
Courtney is also a board member for the Tipton County Public Library and Munford Public Library.
She organizes the 50+ high school volunteers who assist at the Celebrate Munford festival and has volunteered with Special Olympics and the Torch Run.
Courtney is a member of Sharon ARP Church.