Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden took to YouTube Tuesday to essentially reinforce the district’s decision to recommend — but not require — that students and teachers wear masks when the 2021-22 school year begins Friday.
As of last week, the district has said face coverings will be encouraged but not required for students, staff and visitors.
Williamson County Schools has released its health and wellness guidelines for the upcoming school year that begins with students returning for a half day Friday, Aug. 6.
Williamson County Schools will hold its annual Classified Job Fair Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Centennial High School in Franklin.
When Jena Potter went with a group to the Williamson County Schools’ Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center to shoot a video for Williamson Inc. last spring, she didn’t necessarily think she’d end up as a mentor for the program now entering its third school year.
Hours after a new law allowing litigants to request a three-judge panel in constitutional challenges went into effect, state lawyers requested one such panel in the long-running dispute between the state and its largest school systems over education funding.
Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn made stops Tuesday at schools in both Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District as part of the department’s Accelerating TN 2021 Bus Tour.
Facing a barrage of emotional and even angry parents at Monday night’s Williamson County Board of Education meeting, members voted to extend by one year the contract for Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden.
Members of the Williamson County Board of Education are voting Monday night whether to extend the contract of Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden, a process that’s typically a formality but comes with a bit of friction this year.
Several local community and advocacy groups have banded together to release a statement in support of Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden as the Board of Education gets ready to vote on an extension to his contract at Monday’s monthly meeting.
It may be summer break for students, but teachers in the Williamson County Schools district are hard at work preparing for the next school year.
Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District will be among a range of school districts across the state where the Tennessee Department of Education’s Accelerating TN 2021 Bus Tour is making stops this summer.
The Tennessee Titans and Williamson County Sports Conference have announced a partnership to form the first-ever interscholastic girls flag football league in the state of Tennessee, which will bring the sport to Williamson County’s nine public high schools in the spring of 2022.
With one calling it a “dream come true,” eight educators from Williamson County Schools are taking big steps forward in their careers with their acceptance into a special program.
Williamson County Schools will be holding three more listen-and-learn sessions with the consultant it has hired to address concerns over racism and inequities many students in the district have experienced.
Students from Williamson County Schools will continue to receive meals at no cost throughout the 2021-22 school year.
Brentwood High School's James C. Parker Stadium was filled with hundreds of parents and students Saturday morning all celebrating the same thing: the graduating class of 2021, the 39th such class since the school's inception.
This has been an extraordinary year for the class of 2021 and Williamson Home Page wants to honor the class by highlighting each student in our photo gallery.
Through multiple rounds of applause, a good number of cheers and jeers, and an occasional pounding of the gavel, the Williamson County Board of Education got back to in-person business Monday night.
In a room where nary a soul was wearing a face covering, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden let it be known that the district’s nearly yearlong mask mandate is coming to an end.
A lawsuit against Williamson County Schools over the district’s mask mandate has been dismissed by a Williamson County Chancery Court judge.