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Camp Invention, a nationally-recognized, nonprofit summer enrichment camp program, is coming to Battle Creek Middle School in Spring Hill the week of July 13.
Major Jay Massey, Senior Army Instructor for the Franklin High School JROTC presented end of year awards to several of his cadets for their outstanding accomplishments during the 2019-2020 school year. “These young men and women have worked so hard and have had to sacrifice so much this yea…
As the election season looms, the Williamson Herald, Williamson Inc. and the Williamson County Association of Realtors will host a virtual forum on July 16 for candidates seeking positions on the Williamson County School District Board of Education.
Columbia State Community College faculty and staff lined the Columbia Campus sidewalk during a drive-through parade to celebrate spring 2020 graduates on Saturday, June 27.
Thales Academy, a college preparatory network of Pre-K-12 independent schools, will have its grand opening for its new Thales Academy Franklin campus on July 20 for the first day of its year-round calendar for the 2020-2021 school year.
Father Ryan High School is pleased to announce that Rachel Knapp is the Valedictorian for the Class of 2020, the 94th graduating class of Father Ryan. Knapp is a Williamson County resident.
United Way of Greater Nashville recently announced the 12th annual Stuff the Bus Day of Action collection drive will be entirely virtual, thanks to the support of the Tennessee Titans and Piedmont Natural Gas.
On Saturday morning, June 20, the staff of Hunters Bend Elementary School was made aware of a racial slur that was written on the school’s marquee.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee has started offering high school equivalency exams online, another option while many in-person testing locations remain closed due to COVID-19.
Battle Ground Academy is introducing six academic enrichment online programs during the summer to assist students whose school years were disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Franklin Special School District community helped pay off more than $9,700 in student lunch debt in less than two months this year through a campaign started by the FSSD Child Nutrition Department called “Take a Bite Out of School Lunch Debt.”
For the first time since the start of its virtual meetings, the Williamson County Schools Board of Education allowed citizens to tune into its meeting Monday to address the board, and two parents called for the formation of a group to discuss racial issues pertaining to the schools and provi…
The Williamson County Board of Commissioners met remotely for a virtual meeting Monday night with a lengthy agenda largely consisting of end-of-year budget adjustments; however, one large item was passed to allow the Williamson County School District to plan for the upcoming school year.
The Tennessee Department of Education released a rough framework Monday for different scenarios that school districts across the state should consider planning for concerning the return of school in the fall.
With the foundation of its program solidified, the Refuge Academy preschool ministry in Spring Hill is opening its doors to the entire community for the fall semester.
As local communities across the nation respond to the recent deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in a variety of ways, including Black Lives Matter protests and local prayer vigils, two local superintendents are voicing their support.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee's highest court declined Thursday to take up an appeal of a lawsuit challenging the legality of a school voucher program that would let parents use public tax dollars for private school tuition.
Battle Ground Academy (BGA) summer camps are scheduled to begin the week of June 15, offering both in-person and virtual options ranging from academic to athletic, enrichment and art for ages ranging from 4 to 18.