Facing a barrage of emotional and even angry parents at Monday night’s Williamson County Board of Education meeting, members voted to extend by one year the contract for Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden.
Members of the Williamson County Board of Education are voting Monday night whether to extend the contract of Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden, a process that’s typically a formality but comes with a bit of friction this year.
Several local community and advocacy groups have banded together to release a statement in support of Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden as the Board of Education gets ready to vote on an extension to his contract at Monday’s monthly meeting.
It may be summer break for students, but teachers in the Williamson County Schools district are hard at work preparing for the next school year.
Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District will be among a range of school districts across the state where the Tennessee Department of Education’s Accelerating TN 2021 Bus Tour is making stops this summer.
The Tennessee Titans and Williamson County Sports Conference have announced a partnership to form the first-ever interscholastic girls flag football league in the state of Tennessee, which will bring the sport to Williamson County’s nine public high schools in the spring of 2022.
With one calling it a “dream come true,” eight educators from Williamson County Schools are taking big steps forward in their careers with their acceptance into a special program.
Williamson County Schools will be holding three more listen-and-learn sessions with the consultant it has hired to address concerns over racism and inequities many students in the district have experienced.
According to a safety survey reviewed during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Maury County Public Schools (MCPS) Board, Spanish speaking students in the district felt more than three times as unsafe as English-speaking students while in school.
Students from Williamson County Schools will continue to receive meals at no cost throughout the 2021-22 school year.
Hundreds gathered at Independence High School's Eagle Stadium in Thompson's Station on Friday to celebrate the graduating class of 2021, marking the end of one of the most challenging school years in modern history.
This has been an extraordinary year for the class of 2021 and Williamson Home Page wants to honor the class by highlighting each student in our photo gallery.
Through multiple rounds of applause, a good number of cheers and jeers, and an occasional pounding of the gavel, the Williamson County Board of Education got back to in-person business Monday night.
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.
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.
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 former Williamson County Schools teacher and administrator is returning to the district to lead Grassland Middle School.
WCSO announced the investigation into Alfred Amore, a literacy coach who is referred to as Al Amore on the school’s staff directory, in a news release.
Southeast Venture announced Thursday, April 22, that Signature Homes would be the primary Phase I developer for the new, residential June Lake project in Spring Hill.
Stakeholders in the Williamson County Schools district will have several opportunities over the next few weeks to provide input into the development of the district’s culture strategy plan.
Four high schools in the Williamson County Schools district are the highest-ranked non-magnet schools in Tennessee, according to the annual Best High Schools list released Wednesday by US News and World Report.
Six homeschooled students from the area will compete in the Stoa USA National Invitational Tournament of Champions, a national speech and debate tournament, at the end of May.
Members of the Williamson County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to effectively deny an application from a group that has sought to start a charter school in the county that would serve students with autism.
A veteran educator and administrator has been named the new principal at Chapman's Retreat Elementary School.
The Tennessee House on Monday voted to confirm the appointment of Williamson County education and anti-Muslim activist Laurie Cardoza-Moore to a seat on the State Textbook and Instructional Materials Quality Commission.
Three Spring Hill High School students, four Summit High School students and three Spring Station Middle School students are set to compete in a national history competition later this year after placing first in a statewide History Day competition.
Paula Waits, former Thompson’s Station Middle School principal, has been named the new principal of Spring Station Middle School in Spring Hill.