Our Principal

Mrs. Kim Cantrell

  • 22 year experience in Education
  • Principal at MES since 2009
  • Masters of Arts in Instructional Leadership

A Welcome Message from Principal Kim Cantrell

Welcome to Morrison Elementary School


The first high school, called Morrison Academy, began in 1906. In 1921, a new grammar school was erected, and in 1942, a new high school was constructed.  The combination grammar and high school enrolled approximately 450 pupils. In 1969, due to the consolidation of all county high schools, Morrison School became a 1st through 8th grade school with O.M. Womack, Jr. as principal.     

In 2010, land was purchased and in 2011, construction began on a new building that was designed to accommodate our growing student population and overcrowding issues.  The new building opened in 2012. 


Tip Line - Warren County Schools, TN

In an effort to increase safety, the Warren County School District in conjunction with Warren County Sherriff’s Department has developed an anonymous TEXT-A-TIP line: 931-952-6770. We want to encourage anyone who has information regarding someone selling drugs, threatening to hurt others, having or planning to bring weapons on campus, as well as any illegal activity or public safety concerns in the schools, to text that information to the TEXT-A-TIP line. Any information regarding any school may be sent via text and will go directly to a school resource officer. IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION THAT IS AN EMERGENCY, THEY SHOULD CALL 911. We feel this will be another avenue to help provide important information to authorities and help us all to stay safe.

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Please contact 1-800-950-0485 to report a school transportation complaint.

The following procedure will govern how students, teachers, staff and community members shall submit safety complaints:
1. All complaints should be initiated using the contact number for reporting and other contact information located on the rear bumper of each bus.
2. Once initiated each complaint will be investigated by the local transportation manager or designee who shall also report the complaint to the transportation supervisor, keep the supervisor informed regarding the investigation and notify the supervisor of findings and resolution of the complaint.
3. Investigation begins with in twenty-four (24) hours of receipt.
4. Preliminary report to the Director of Schools within forty-eight (48) hours of receipt of complaint.
i. Time/date of complaint; Summary of complaint; Driver involved; Prior complaints or disciplinary actions taken against driver.
5. Within sixty (60) days of receipt of complaint, a final written report shall be made to the Director of Schools which shall include findings of investigation; action taken by the local transportation manager in concert with the transportation supervisor in response to the complaint.
6. Annual notice will be provided to students and parents regarding the process for reporting complaints.

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