Dr. Courtney Fee is in her 18th year at Munford High School and her 14th year in administration. Prior to her arrival, Dr. Fee spent 13 years at Christian Brothers University, nine of those years in administration as the Dean of Admission/Associate Dean. Dr. Fee earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Marketing from Christian Brothers University and a Master of Science degree in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership from the University of Memphis. Dr. Fee's doctoral degree from the University of Memphis is in Leadership and Policy Studies. She also completed the Leadership Scholars Program, a leadership training program for aspiring school administrators, and now serves as a mentor to aspiring principals as well as an adjunct professor at the University of Memphis. Dr. Fee is a member of the Tipton County Legislative Body and a board member for the Tipton County Public Library.

Assistant Principals

Dr. Sharon Ivie: Curriculum & Instruction/AP

Dr. Sharon Ivie has been at Munford High School since 2001. She began her experience at MHS as a teacher of ACT Preparation and Study Skills and quickly moved up the ranks to Assistant Principal. Before arriving at MHS, Dr. Ivie served as Principal at North Pemiscot County High School in Missouri. Her teaching experience in the Missouri school system spanned twenty-five years. Dr. Ivie received a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Southeast Missouri State University and received her Doctoral degree in Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Memphis. She completed the Leadership Scholars Program, an intense training program for school leaders, at the University of Memphis. Dr. Ivie speaks with a smile when she talks about her favorite things at Munford High School, "the students, faculty, staff, and administration are all wonderful." Dr. Ivie is married to Bernard Ivie, Track Coach, Track Coach at MHS. They have three children, Jennifer, Conrad, and Cole, and six grandchildren, Kearsten, Kalum, Karson, Keaton, Laney, and Adelyn.

Octavia Winfrey-Crawford: Discipline & Truancy /AP

Octavia Winfrey-Crawford is an assistant principal at Munford High School. She is a sixteen year retired Investigator from the Memphis Police Department. Ms. Crawford has been employed since 2004 with Tipton County Schools as the Court Liaison between the schools and Juvenile Court. She served as the assistant to the Director of Pupil Services and the Director of Juvenile Services. Ms. Crawford has a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management and Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership. Ms. Crawford’s duties include textbooks, truancy, and discipline. She is also Adjunct Professor for Dyersburg Community College. Ms. Crawford serves as a contracted trainer with the Court Improvement Program for the Tennessee Supreme Court across the state of Tennessee for the Foster Care Review Boards.

Dr. Darren Walker: Testing & Technology/AP

Dr. Darren Walker has been at Munford High School since 2012. Before becoming an administrator, Mr. Walker was a 6th and 7th grade science teacher at Munford Middle. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Golf and Sports Turf Management from Mississippi State University, a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from University of Tennessee at Martin, and earned his Doctoral degree in Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Memphis. He is married to Rebecca Walker, and together, they have three children; Emma Kate, Carter Wayne, and Ava.

Mike Huffman: Athletic Director/AP

Mike Huffman has been at Munford High School since 1996. Mr. Huffman received his undergraduate degree at Lambuth University in Physical Education. He gained his graduate degree from University of Memphis in Leadership and Administration. He received his Ed. S at Freed-Hardeman University in Administration and Supervision. Mr. Huffman is married to Angela Huffman, Munford High’s senior counselor. They have two children, Alyssa and Jalan.