Clovercroft Elementary made history recently by being the first Williamson County elementary school to receive multiple National Blue Ribbon School honors.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education extended its mask requirement for students, staff and visitors in all school buildings into next year during its meeting Monday.
The Williamson County Schools Board of Education voted to extend the districtwide mask requirement for students, staff and visitors through Jan. 19 of 2022 during its meeting on Monday.
Williamson County Board of Education member Brad Fiscus officially notified the county of his plans to resign this month, and the county mayor’s office has begun the process of filling the soon-to-be-vacant seat.
Two Williamson County families filed a complaint against Gov. Bill Lee, the Williamson County Schools Board of Education and the Franklin Special School District on Friday, claiming that they have “placed the lives of medically vulnerable children who have disabilities under the [Americans w…
Mercer Greene, a Brentwood Academy graduate and current freshman at Pepperdine University, recently captured breathtaking photos of flags displayed on campus to honor the victims of Sept. 11.
The Franklin Band, seven-time state marching band champion and 2014 recipient of the prestigious Sudler Shield Award, will host Sonic Boom!, a marching band competition in partnership with The Home Depot, on Saturday, Oct. 2, at Howard Gamble Stadium at Franklin High School.
Reported active COVID-19 cases are dropping in Williamson County Schools, and Superintendent Jason Golden said he believes the district should keep doing what it’s doing.
A Ravenwood High School student is in the running for $400,000 in prizes, some of which would be poured back into the community, and she’s calling on local residents to help.
The Williamson County Election Commission is working with local public and private high schools to earn the secretary of state’s new Anne Dallas Dudley Award, which recognizes Tennessee high schools that reach at least 85% voter registration of eligible seniors, 18 years or older, by the nex…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Lawsuits have drawn mixed results in opposite ends of Tennessee for Gov. Bill Lee's order that lets parents opt out of school mask requirements, with a federal judge in East Tennessee declining to block the directive after another judge paused the order specifically f…
For decades, the 4-H program through the University of Tennessee Extension Office system has introduced thousands of school-aged children to educational opportunities in traditional subjects such as agriculture and home economics.
Tennessee Education Commissioner Dr. Penny Schwinn met with media members virtually Monday to clarify a waiver her department sent to the state’s school districts Friday that allows them to move to remote instruction in response to COVID-19.
The Williamson County Schools Board of Education expanded its mask mandate Thursday at a special-called meeting to include middle and high schools.
Torrential rain and flooding damaged Waverly Elementary School, Waverly Middle School and Waverly Central High School in Humphreys County, Tennessee Saturday, and in response, Ravenwood High School is partnering with Battle Ground Academy to donate school supplies to the hundreds of students…
Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special School District wrote to state legislators Tuesday to ask them to “urge” Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Board of Education to allow schools and districts to transition to remote learning when necessary due to COVID-19 outbreaks.
The Brentwood City Commission presented representatives from the 12 Brentwood area schools in Williamson County Schools with checks for $238,785 on Monday.
Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, Battle Ground Academy began requiring face masks for students and staff indoors regardless of vaccination status on Monday.
Williamson County Schools’ diversity and inclusion consultant recently released its final report to the district after about five months of work, recommending a list of strategic adjustments alongside a general call for a “cultural reset.”