Betting may now be legal in Tennessee, but all bets are off when it comes to distribution of vaccines for protection against the coronavirus.
Williamson County Schools students who were learning online during the first semester but have chosen to learn on-campus during the second semester will experience their first flex asynchronous day Friday, according to a report in the district newsletter, InFocus.
Williamson County Schools will open one hour late Tuesday morning, while the Franklin Special School District opens two hours late to account for possible hazardous driving conditions from lingering snow showers and temperatures below freezing overnight.
With a forecast of winter precipitation for at least some parts of Williamson County, both Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District will be closed.
The Tennessee Supreme Court dismissed a case against Williamson County Schools that was brought by a former Walnut Grove Elementary teacher.
After starting the spring semester with all students staying home and learning remotely this week, all schools in the Williamson County Schools district will return to campus when the second week of the terms begins Monday.
High school seniors and current college students who live in Williamson County are encouraged to apply for a scholarship to be awarded by Leadership Franklin.
Students and their families should check their bus numbers and routes before the second semester begins Tuesday, Jan. 5, according to an article in the Williamson County Schools’ newsletter, InFocus.
Williamson County Schools has promoted a staff accountant and internal auditor to take over the position of assistant superintendent for Budget and Finance.
In the same way that many local families make picking out a fresh cut Christmas tree from Santa’s Trees an annual tradition, it’s also a tradition for Santa’s Trees to give back to the Williamson County community that continues to support the seasonal business.
Three high school students in the Williamson County Schools district are among the less than 1 percent of students across the country who earn a perfect PSAT score, according to an article from the WCS newsletter InFocus.
Perfect ACT Scores. National Merit Scholar candidates. Winners of prestigious math and science competitions.
With a recent change in quarantine guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Dec. 3, the Tennessee Department of Health and Williamson County Health Department have updated their quarantine guidance which affects Williamson County Schools students and staff as …
All secondary schools in the Williamson County Schools district will return to campus Monday after spending this week and at least part of the week before Thanksgiving in remote-learning mode.
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb, Williamson County Schools has announced it will be implementing tighter restrictions with middle and high school events on and off campus through the rest of December.
In an email to Williamson County Schools families Friday afternoon, Communications Director Carol Birdsong spelled out a long list of concerns, trends and changes having to do with the return of school after Thanksgiving break.
With two adult sons who went through the Williamson County Schools system and a granddaughter currently enrolled in the pre-International Baccalaureate program at Franklin High School, Inetta Gaines’ family has seen the ups and downs of the district over the past 25 years.
While Williamson County Schools has been having ongoing discussions about COVID-19 with the Williamson County Health Department throughout the semester, the talk may take a more urgent turn when officials from each group meet Tuesday.
At a time when numbers of substitute teachers for Williamson County Schools are significantly lower than they typically were prior to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the district has proposed an increase in pay to attract more substitutes and to get more work from those already in the pool.
With the number of positive coronavirus cases continuing to trend upward, Williamson County Schools is leaving no stone unturned in order for educators, students and parents to cope.
Four more schools in the Williamson County Schools district will be transitioning to remote learning for a few days because of increasing numbers of staff and students who are in isolation or quarantine from positive cases of or exposure to the coronavirus.
The Franklin Special School District is hoping that the extra time folks have been spending at home over the course of the pandemic has caused some to consider cleaning out their attics and basements.