The Franklin Special School District announced the addition of an educator from Charlottesville, Virginia, to take over as an instructional technology specialist in the Teaching and Learning division on the district leadership team.
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.
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.
The Franklin High School band will celebrate its 84-year history in the Franklin community with its March Across Time virtual event Thursday, May 20, at 7 p.m.
A pre-COVID, grass-roots movement reconvenes for the first time since the quarantine on Franklin's monuments, critical race theory and the myth of a post-racial America.
A lawsuit against Williamson County Schools over the district’s mask mandate has been dismissed by a Williamson County Chancery Court judge.
Williamson County Schools families and community members have additional opportunities to participate in Listen and Learn sessions with Fostering Healthy Solutions Friday at 4:30 p.m. and Saturday at 7:30 a.m. and 12 p.m.
“We’re cautiously optimistic that with these mitigation protocols, we may have the opportunity to even lessen the restrictions as we get closer to the beginning of school,” Snowden said.
The Kiwanis Club of Historic Downtown Franklin has named nine high school students from the Williamson County Schools district as recipients of a $1,000 scholarship to be used at the college of their choice.
A Brentwood Academy senior is among 11 graduating high school students across Middle Tennessee who received scholarships after winning an essay contest from Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky's Integrity Foundation.
A former Williamson County Schools teacher and administrator is returning to the district to lead Grassland Middle School.
Poplar Grove Middle School was selected as one of 176 schools across the state to be included in the second cohort of training to become a trauma-informed school.
WCSO announced the investigation into Alfred Amore, a literacy coach who is referred to as Al Amore on the school’s staff directory, in a news release.
Eight teams of Battle Ground Academy students in the school’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program recently presented new business concepts and plans to a panel of top Middle Tennessee entrepreneurs.
Four Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets will be the first Franklin High students to compete in the Army JROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl National Competition.
Southeast Venture announced Thursday, April 22, that Signature Homes would be the primary Phase I developer for the new, residential June Lake project in Spring Hill.
Stakeholders in the Williamson County Schools district will have several opportunities over the next few weeks to provide input into the development of the district’s culture strategy plan.
Four high schools in the Williamson County Schools district are the highest-ranked non-magnet schools in Tennessee, according to the annual Best High Schools list released Wednesday by US News and World Report.
Six homeschooled students from the area will compete in the Stoa USA National Invitational Tournament of Champions, a national speech and debate tournament, at the end of May.
Grassland Middle School Principal Kevin Dyson has been named the new principal at Centennial High, according to a news release from Williamson County Schools.
A Franklin High School teacher is the inaugural recipient of the Nashville Technology Council's Technology Educator of the Year Award.
Members of the Williamson County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to effectively deny an application from a group that has sought to start a charter school in the county that would serve students with autism.
The Franklin Band from Franklin High School will once again host its annual Car Wash Extravaganza Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school on Hillsboro Road.
The Tennessee House on Monday voted to confirm the appointment of Williamson County education and anti-Muslim activist Laurie Cardoza-Moore to a seat on the State Textbook and Instructional Materials Quality Commission.
Leadership Franklin, a nonprofit organization that was founded 25 years ago and is focused on developing leadership and community engagement and furthering a vision for Franklin and Williamson County, has awarded its annual college scholarship to a senior from Brentwood High School.