Lipscomb Elementary School in Brentwood is among this year's National Blue Ribbon School Award winners, as announced Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Education.
Less than a month after he had retired from the Williamson County Board of Education, Gary Anderson is back with Williamson County Schools as the district’s new executive director of COVID Response.
When it comes to the use of asynchronous days for Williamson County Schools, the district’s administration and the Board of Education aren’t fully in sync.
Suggesting that a “racist and offensive” photo being shared on social media is connected to the football rivalry between Brentwood and Ravenwood high schools, Brentwood High Principal Kevin Keidel sent an email Thursday to students and families admonishing the circulation of the image.
Grace Christian Academy announced this week that two members of the school’s Class of 2021 were named semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Fairview High School will remain closed for another two weeks as a result of the increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases across the campus.
The number of Williamson County Schools students with a confirmed positive case of the coronavirus more than doubled from last week, according to the district’s weekly report shared through InFocus and on the WCS website.
Minutes after reading a statement and again apologizing for sharing a controversial Facebook meme, Franklin Special School District board member Tim Stillings heard from three speakers saying his apologies were not enough.
Three thousand pounds of disaster relief supplies made their way to Lake Charles, La., over the weekend after being collected by Brentwood Academy students and families.
Fairview High School had an attendance rate Friday of only 67%, and Williamson County Schools announced the campus would be closing for the weekend to allow for cleaning and for contact tracing by the Williamson County Health Department to take place.
Tim Stillings said Thursday night he would step down as chairman of the Franklin Special School District’s Board of Education after he had shared a racially insensitive meme on his personal Facebook page last week.
Through a survey of teachers, countless emails from parents and the presence of protesters and an online petition, it’s obvious the challenges facing WCS Online are ongoing as the Williamson County Schools district wraps up its first month of the 2020-21 school year.
After experiencing an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases, Spring Hill High School will be closed Sept. 10 through Sept. 22, including all sporting events and practices.
The Tennessee Department of Education released its COVID-19 dashboard today after originally saying it wouldn't be ready until Sept. 22.
The Franklin Special School District has scheduled a special-called meeting of the Board of Education to further discuss the controversial Facebook post that was shared last week by the board’s chairman.
The Franklin Special School District’s Board of Education released a statement over the weekend regarding a controversial Facebook post that was shared last week by the board’s chairman.
The City of Brentwood continued their 34-year tradition of funding local education by awarding twelve Brentwood schools with $238,785 this year.
To the detriment of students enrolled in the Williamson County Schools’ Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center, the shark tank was overtaken by the coronavirus.
Williamson County Schools (WCS) proposed plans for the development of a new elementary school in Spring Hill that were reviewed and discussed Monday night by the city’s Planning Commission.
Though the chief topic of schools over the past few months has centered around the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, the two public school directors in Williamson County took up another critical issue during a Facebook Live event Thursday night hosted by the Franklin Justice & Equity Co…
The state is declining to release school-specific COVID-19 outbreak data to the public weeks after Gov. Bill Lee said his administration was working on a plan to gather and disseminate the information.
The Franklin High School Admirals have their first victory, beating out the Longhorns and the Firehawks in the election to name the school’s new mascot.
As the Williamson County Schools district prepares to have all students return to school buildings in phases over the next couple of weeks, a group of parents took the opportunity at Monday night’s Board of Education meeting to send this message: Let’s keep it that way.
Before Gary Anderson narrowly won his first election as a school board candidate 30 years ago, he thought he had lost it.
Williamson County Schools announced Friday afternoon that students and staff will begin returning to school buildings for traditional, in-person teaching and learning Monday, Aug. 24, and using a phased-in approach.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden has tested positive for COVID-19 and will be quarantined and working from home the next several days.