Teachers and other employees of Williamson County Schools who had scheduled to get their COVID-19 vaccines Saturday will have to reschedule due to a shortage of doses from the Tennessee Department of Health.
Student registration for the 2021-22 school year is now open for all students currently enrolled in Williamson County Schools.
Several Brentwood Academy alumni who had expressed concern a few weeks ago over an incident involving one of the school’s history teachers have gone a step further to more generally call out the school’s leadership and its “callous disregard and willful negligence … regarding issues of racia…
All employees of Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District have received specific dates for when they can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Tennessee Republicans, including Gov. Bill Lee, have said they want to prioritize education issues at the state legislature this year, including with a week-long special session in January. But Democrats in the minority say it’s still not enough.
After years of trying internally to address racial issues within Williamson County Schools, the county’s Board of Education voted 12-0 Monday night to get guidance and help from an outside source.
Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District will not be holding classes in any fashion on Tuesday and Wednesday this week as a winter storm grips middle Tennessee.
In response to racially charged incidents within Williamson County Schools in recent years, parents and concerned community members have formed a grassroots advocacy network to help promote safety and equity for all students within the public school system.
As the issue of race relations, diversity and equity continues in the Williamson County Schools district, members of the Board of Education will vote Monday night whether to approve enlisting the guidance of a consulting firm to help make headway on the matter.
College, Career and Technical Education programs play a huge role for students in the Williamson County Schools district, and that especially comes to light as February is recognized as CCTE month.
For the first time since he resigned as Franklin mayor to become commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Transportation in January 2011, John Schroer is returning to engage in the business of city government.
Ravenwood and Renaissance high schools are being recognized for efforts to recruit more female students into Advanced Placement Computer Science classes that are traditionally taken mostly by male students.
The Tennessee Department of Health has granted permission for school nurses in the Williamson County Schools district to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to employees when the doses become available.
The sponsor of a proposed charter school in Williamson County has officially started the process by filing an application Monday with the Williamson County Board of Education and the Tennessee Department of Education.
Dozens of students from schools in the F district have shown they have the skills and talent necessary to have earned a spot on the Tennessee Midstate and All-State Bands and Orchestras.
The Tennessee General Assembly concluded a four-day special legislative session Friday, passing several bills addressing education policy in the state.
Kate Keese of Brentwood didn’t mince words when she joined four other parents to speak on the issue of cultural sensitivity during the most recent Williamson County Board of Education meeting.
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.
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.