On the morning of Monday, May 2, Ravenwood High School senior Jadon Moore found the N-word entered as the username on his assigned school computer, an incident that set off a conversation about race, accountability and action in Williamson County Schools.
Father Ryan High School Principal Paul Davis has been selected as the school’s new president, according to Bill Stejskal, chairman of the Father Ryan Board of Trustees, per a release.
Nolensville Elementary Assistant Principal Kim Steinle has been promoted to principal of the school, according to a release from Williamson County Schools.
Three Ravenwood High students are making history in the robotics world by bringing home the school's first national championship title, per inFocus.
Seven Williamson County Schools high school students are among the small percentage who scored a perfect composite score on the ACT exam taken in March, per inFocus.
It was an evening of recognitions at the May meeting for the Franklin Special School District Board of Education earlier this week.
A record 36 young men and women, making up eight teams of Brentwood Academy students, just returned from competing at the highest level of competition in robotics, per a press release.
Belong Gaming Arenas, a subsidiary of global gaming and technology company Vindex, will form a partnership with Williamson County Schools to help establish scholastic esports programs and support the nationwide development of the amateur esports ecosystem, per a release.
The Haley Sue Foundation awarded Brentwood High School senior Jacob Davis with the organization’s first ever Sibling Scholarship on Friday.
Several TV/Film students from Williamson County Schools are regional winners and in the running for national honors after the April 29 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Annual Midsouth Student Production Awards.
Self-organized teen JustServe Clubs from Ravenwood, Centennial, Brentwood, Nolensville and Page high schools are set to build bunk beds Saturday for the Nashville chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace.
The four incumbents from the Williamson County Board of Education who ran in Tuesday night’s Republican primaries will move on to face challengers in August after winning their district seats.
Tennessee Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) hosted the annual Out of Darkness Campus Walk at Centennial High School on Saturday, in an effort to remember those lost to and touched by suicide and provide resources for those struggling in their lives.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee returned to his alma mater, Franklin High School, on Monday to sign into law the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement Act, which revamps state funding for schools.
Longtime educator and Thompson’s Station Elementary Principal Robert Bohrer will be moving across the county to lead Hillsboro K-8 next year.
Two WCS high school robotics teams will hit the world stage as they compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas at the beginning of May, per inFocus.
With Williamson County’s May 3 primary just over a week away, candidates for the six seats of the Board of Education have been busy campaigning — especially those eight candidates vying to win in contested primaries.
Franklin Road Academy recently established a new Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and hired Stacey Banks-Houston to serve as the director and the newest member of the school’s senior leadership team, per a release.
In perhaps one of their easier decisions of late, members of the Williamson County Board of Education voted unanimously on a proposal that would significantly lessen out-of-county tuition for full-time employees in Williamson County Schools and would eventually eliminate it.
Williamson County School Board Chair and District 12 representative, Nancy Garrett, officially launched her campaign Monday seeking re-election for another four-year term on the Board, per a release.
Two high schools in the Williamson County Schools district will be presenting their spring musicals this weekend.
TV/Film students from two high schools in the Williamson County Schools district are once again proving that their skills with a camera are unmatched.
Battle Ground Academy’s Upper School Theatre Department will present Disney’s High School Musical as its spring production for three performances in the Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore Jr. ’52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship.
Students from two high schools in the Williamson County Schools district earned the right to participate in the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Louisville, Ky., this summer.
The Franklin Special School District will hold a recruitment fair Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at Freedom Intermediate School.
Just as their counterparts in Williamson County Schools did in February, members of the Franklin Special School District school board voted Monday night to pass a resolution urging Tennessee legislators to take no action on a couple of bills relating to charter schools.
The non-partisan parent group and political action committee Williamson Strong announced Tuesday the six candidates being endorsed for the upcoming Williamson County school board election, with candidates across all parties in the state’s first-ever partisan school board race.
The Williamson County Board of Education will be voting Monday night on the proposed budget for 2022-23, a dollar amount significantly higher than the one for the current school year.
The Grace Christian Academy High School Fine Arts Department will transport audiences to a simpler time as it proudly presents the Broadway classic Bye Bye Birdie, per a press release.
MNPS director Battle and others are questioning per-pupil funding and support for economically disadvantaged students