The Franklin Special School District has started providing free breakfast and lunch meals daily by way of a drive-thru system and school buses that bring those meals directly to neighborhoods during the lapse in school due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In their first public meeting since Feb. 18 and in a much different format, members of the Williamson County Board of Education and district leaders came together remotely Thursday night for their March work session.
Battle Ground Academy senior Mitchell Morrison was named a regional finalist for the 2020 class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program, moving to the next round of the selection process to become a Coca-Cola Scholar and receive a $20,000 college scholarship .
With more than 350 comments and questions pouring in during and after the 45-minute Facebook Live session hosted by Williamson County Schools Wednesday afternoon, Superintendent Jason Golden and Director of Communications Carol Birdsong provided an overview and update of how the district is …
Gov. Bill Lee has recommended that school districts across the state remain closed until April 24 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and both school districts in Williamson County have agreed to adhere to his request.
Williamson County Schools will be closed for at least two more weeks, and district officials are seeking ways to keep students engaged during that time period and any beyond as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning Monday, March 23, the Franklin Special School District will offer free daily breakfast and lunch to children 18 and under using a drive-thru system.
As schools across the country close amid the COVID-19 pandemic some education companies have offered free learning software to students of all ages and education levels.
For the last three days, students at the Franklin private school Battle Ground Academy have taken all of their classes online after a parent tested positive for the coronavirus.
UPDATE: (10 a.m. Saturday, March 14): Williamson County Schools School Aged Child Care program (SACC) has canceled child care services until further notice.
All six members of the Williamson County Board of Education who are facing re-election this year have officially made known their intention of running, and at least two are facing opposition.
Franklin Classical School students will take the stage in the school’s production of Beauty and the Beaston March 26, 27 and 28 at the Generations Auditorium at 408 Church St. in historic downtown Franklin.
Arrington Fire and Rescue and Williamson Fire-Rescue responded to a school bus crash this morning involving a special education, wheelchair-accessible school bus.
The Franklin Special School District is one of five districts from across the nation that have been selected for the Chef Ann Foundation’s fourth cohort of Get Schools Cooking, a three-year grant program that helps districts transform their school lunch programs to include healthy, nutritiou…
Two challengers in the race for seats on the Williamson County Board of Education have emerged in the past few days as half the members are facing re-election in August.
Of the items that came before the Williamson County Board of Education at its February meeting Monday night, the one that generated the most discussion had to do with funding the schools.
Whenever Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden is asked what his top concerns are since he assumed his current role with the district last May, the topic of mental health ranks right at the top.
In Brent Greene’s classroom in the Claude Yates Annex at Franklin High School, students were ambling in one recent morning and grabbing the tools and materials they would need to solve that day’s problems.
There were accolades all around as members of the Franklin Special School District’s Board of Education voted unanimously to recognize the director’s performance review for Director of Schools David Snowden during the monthly board meeting Monday night at Poplar Grove Middle School.
Williamson County students were honored at the Dr. Kathy Ligon Invitational where they took home awards across a variety of competitions from storytelling to debates.
By a vote of 10-2 and after a moderate amount of discussion, members of the Williamson County Schools Board of Education selected Legacy Monday night as the name of the middle school currently under construction on Henpeck Lane.