As students at the Franklin location of Big Blue Marble Academy recently filled shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and hygiene items to donate to underprivileged youth worldwide, they were also learning the importance of contributing to society.
Going against the recommendation from Superintendent Jason Golden and attorneys for Williamson County Schools, members of the county’s Board of Education voted 7-5 Monday night to remove a mask mandate that has been off and on for the past several days.
Galileo Preparatory Academy, a private school for students in grades 6-12, will host a come-and-go style open house Saturday.
Two days after school districts across the state were ordered to end mask requirements for students, staff and visitors through a bill signed into law by Gov. Bill Lee, the two school systems in Williamson County have been ordered by a federal judge to resume the mandate.
Brentwood Academy will host their Christmas in Brentwood celebration on Dec. 5 featuring live music, food trucks, arts and crafts and of course Santa.
Longtime Battle Ground Academy Middle School Spanish teacher Holly Hicks was elected to the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association board at the organization’s recent conference held at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin.
Whether by the governor or by the superintendent, it appears the mask mandate for staff and students in the Williamson County Schools district will be lifted by Monday night.
It's not clear if the student is from another school in the Williamson County Schools district or elsewhere.
School districts across the country are struggling with nationwide food shortages, and Williamson County Schools is no different.
One of the district’s biggest challenges is finding teachers to help with those numbers. Elementary schools are currently short 18 teachers, while middle schools are short eight and high schools down 14.
Twenty high school students from Williamson County are among 321 who have received scholarships through the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee scholarship program, according to a news release from the nonprofit.
Brentwood Academy’s award-winning robotics program will host more than 400 middle and high school students from 14 states at its annual Halloween robotics tournament Friday and Saturday, Oct. 29-30.
Officials with Williamson County Schools have determined there was nothing inappropriate in students’ behavior during a homecoming parade for Independence High School last month.
The Williamson County Commission approved $2.1 million Monday night to kickoff the initial design and construction phase of a new middle school in Brentwood off of Split Log Road.
The nomination faced a gauntlet of naysayers and familiar outbursts from angry parents, but the Williamson County Commission voted overwhelmingly Monday night to fill the vacant District 4 Board of Education seat with Josh Brown, a lifelong Franklin resident and fourth-generation Williamson …
Franklin Road Academy’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni award went to Paul C. Allen, founder of Wealth Strategies Partners, which will be recognized this evening at the homecoming game.
Williamson County commissioners from District 4 have named their nominee to fill the Board of Education seat left vacant after Brad Fiscus had stepped down last month and later moved out of state with his family.
The mask mandate for students, staff and volunteers for Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District has been extended by a ruling from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Nine residents have applied to fill the District 4 seat of the Williamson County Board of Education that was left vacant after Brad Fiscus stepped down to move to another state with his family.
The Franklin Band, seven-time state marching band champion and 2014 recipient of the prestigious Sudler Shield Award, will host its Sonic Boom! marching band competition in partnership with The Home Depot on Saturday at Howard Gamble Stadium at Franklin High School.
For a change, the topic during the public input portion of a Williamson County Board of Education meeting didn’t center on mask mandates or anything else to do with COVID-19 mitigation strategies.
In what may have been the most orderly meeting of the Williamson County Board of Education in months, members voted 8-4 Monday night to extend the mask mandate that was implemented in August for all grade levels of Williamson County Schools.
A pride float featured in Independence High School's homecoming parade over the weekend has stirred outrage among members of the Williamson County chapter of Moms for Liberty.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden said Thursday he anticipates he’ll ask that the mask mandate implemented in August be renewed.
Five new members have been added to Battle Ground Academy’s board of trustees, according to a press release from the school.
Williamson County Schools announced Wednesday that it has hit an all-time high in the number of National Merit semifinalists, tallying nearly 20 more students than its previous high of 53.
Williamson County Schools reported Wednesday that some students from the district have vandalized and destroyed school property as part of a nationwide social media trend.
As the Vanderbilt football team watched Joseph Bulovas’ 38-yard field goal attempt slowly start to drift toward the left upright, the Commodores couldn’t help but feel the weight of an 11-game, 657-day losing streak.
The Tennessee Titans were adamant about one thing following their 38-13 season opening loss to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday at Nissan Stadium: They aren't going to make excuses.
Marching bands from nine of the 10 high schools in the Williamson County Schools district will be participating in the 24th annual Williamson County Marching Band Exhibition Saturday, Sept. 18, at Independence High.
Nearly one-third of families with children enrolled in Williamson County Schools have sought to opt out of the mask mandate the district implemented in August and is set to expire Sept. 21 at 11:59 p.m.
On a resolution put forth near the tail end of a special-called meeting of the Williamson County Board of Education Thursday night, members voted 8-4 to extend the current mask mandate of elementary schools in the Williamson County Schools district to also include middle and high schools.