In celebration of Summit High School’s class of 2020, a parade honoring the students and celebrating their graduation will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Dozens of theater students from high schools in the Williamson County Schools district have been nominated for the annual Tennessee Performing Arts Center Spotlight Awards.
In taking another step toward being prepared for the possibility of distance learning when schools open in August for Williamson County Schools, the district is seeking the purchase of 18,000 Chromebooks at a cost of just over $6 million.
Can you submit candid group photos to the Home Pages for a Class of 2020 slideshow by school?We need casual or candid photos provided by parents, i.e. pep rally, football games, debates, student class officers, sports, homecoming floats or courts, or any gathering of students. We want to get…
Battle Ground Academy held its graduation as scheduled Saturday, celebrating the matriculation of 86 students while observing guidelines set forth by the Tennessee Department of Education and in accordance with local health guidelines.
This has been an extraordinary year for the class of 2020 and Williamson Home Page wants to honor the class by highlighting each student in our photo gallery. Here is how parents can register their senior:
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden spelled out some specifics for Board of Education members on how the district is planning for the start of the 2020-21 school year.
To meet the growing need of academic support for families due to the cancellation of classes at the majority of area schools during COVID-19, Brentwood Academy will be providing academic offerings in a summer classroom setting throughout the month of July.
Williamson County Schools veteran educator Juli Oyer has been named assistant superintendent of Elementary Schools, according to a release from the district’s InFocus newsletter.
A Renaissance High School teacher has been named the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s 2019-20 Teacher of the Year, as announced recently by the Nashville nonprofit.
Since the Home Pages launched in 2009, we’ve been strong supporters of our high schools through our coverage of arts, academics and athletics. In our 10-plus years, we have never seen a senior class have to endure and overcome such an uncertain future.
On Monday, Maury County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Marczak spoke to Spring Hill leaders during a city meeting on behalf of the Maury County School Board, requesting the city consider earmarking 100% of the additional revenue from the recently adopted sales tax increase to be spent o…
New graduation dates for the 10 high schools in the Williamson County Schools district have been scheduled for July, with eight of the schools holding ceremonies at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major delays and disruptions for nearly every aspect of American life, including reducing high school senior milestones like prom and graduation to missed opportunities.
With Williamson County Schools (WCS) having been closed since early March, many students in Spring Hill have likely not seen their teachers face to face in nearly two months.
High school media students from Williamson County Schools are getting regional recognition for their work and will have the chance to earn accolades at the national level.
Along about the time spring break rolls around each year, the Franklin Special School District begins to remind its families with school lunch balances that those need to be paid down by the end of the year.
Williamson County Schools families with students currently in kindergarten through 11th grades are being asked to participate in an internet access survey next week.
Williamson County Schools students and families are finding additional resources, activities and learning opportunities online as the district shares the second phase of its Learning Plan.
In a meeting that lasted less than an hour Monday night, members of the Williamson County Board of Education voted unanimously to allow for high school graduations to occur in late July should requirements from the COVID-19 pandemic be eased by then.
Surveys were sent to families of high school seniors in the Williamson County Schools district Friday morning to gauge what parents and students would like to possibly do as a way of celebrating graduation.
After a delay of about six weeks as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Williamson County Board of Education finally had a chance to meet, discuss and vote on the proposed budget for the 2020-21 school year.
Both school districts in Williamson County sent letters to respective families Wednesday afternoon after Gov. Bill Lee recommended that school districts across the state remain closed through the end of the school year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson County Schools has adjusted its grading policy for spring 2020 based on action taken by the State Board of Education last week in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the district’s newsletter, InFocus.
By the time she made a decision to run for the District 5 seat of the Williamson County Board of Education, Arrington resident Jennifer Aprea had just hours to spare before the qualifying deadline.
The communities for each of the schools are being asked to join the recognition by turning on their porch lights on at 8:20 p.m.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, the State Board of Education will hold a special called electronic meeting Thursday afternoon to enact emergency rules governing K-12 graduation requirements for Tennessee’s high school seniors.
Williamson County Schools has released its Student Learning Plan and Learning Resources for spring 2020 as the district continues to adjust to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gary Anderson, who has served on the Williamson County Board of Education for 30 years, announced Wednesday afternoon that he will be retiring from the board at the end of his current term.
In their first public meeting since Feb. 18 and in a much different format, members of the Williamson County Board of Education and district leaders came together remotely Thursday night for their March work session.