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During the Williamson County Schools Board of Education’s first work session of the year on Thursday, Superintendent Jason Golden gave the board a rather comprehensive update on where the district is at, including discussion about the Tennessee General Assembly’s special session, vaccines an…

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The first Franklin Special School District Board of Education meeting of the year was one of appreciation, as several community members, including the late Pearl Bransford, the NOOK team and the board itself, were highlighted for the work they do on Monday.

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Williamson County Schools students and teachers will spend their first week of the spring semester in remote learning, the district announced Friday, while the Franklin Special School District plans to return to campus.

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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced Tuesday a call for the Tennessee General Assembly to convene for a special legislative session on Jan. 19, 2021 to address urgent issues facing Tennessee students and schools in the 2021-22 school year.

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The holidays are a magical time when generosity is flowing, and we are all working to take care of one another. It’s also a time when we can make an example for our children to look up to, teaching them that the holiday spirit is about joy, love and giving back. 

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Many local families make picking out a fresh cut Christmas tree from Santa’s Trees an annual tradition. It’s also a tradition for Santa’s Trees to give back to the Williamson County community that continues to support the seasonal business.

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The everchanging nature of public school during a pandemic has made learning more difficult for many students, but one group of Williamson County Schools upperclassmen is ready to support their peers and help them focus on their academic performance.

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Williamson County Schools has shortened the length of its quarantine period for asymptomatic students and staff exposed to COVID-19 in accordance with updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.

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With the transition from on-campus to remote learning becoming more and more familiar to students, Williamson County Schools announced this week that it is possible remote learning could take place during inclement weather days this year.