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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 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.