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Williamson County Schools may establish WCS Online as an entity separate from any brick-and-mortar school starting this fall, and the WCS Board of Education held a lengthy discussion during its work session Thursday about the implications of this move.

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Fair organizers are forging ahead with plans to keep agriculture the star and focus of the Williamson County Fair and to provide great new agricultural experiences.

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A Summit High School student is using her artistic talents to bring home the school’s first American Vision Medal from the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

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The Franklin Special School District Board of Education on Monday unanimously approved a plan to purchase property on Eddy Lane to create a campus which will house the central office, maintenance and transportation services.  

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Following a nationwide search, Battle Ground Academy (BGA) has selected Josh Montgomery to serve as its new head of upper school, effective for the 2021-2022 school year, announced BGA Head of School Will Kesler. 

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The Williamson County Schools Board of Education passed its annual budget, including a 4% raise for its employees, and held a lengthy conversation about updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for COVID-19 during its meeting Monday night.

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WGU Tennessee — a nonprofit, online university — surprised Williamson County resident Macy Willis with a $10,000 scholarship as part of the Tenn-K Scholarship campaign, which will cover up to 75% of her degree program.