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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Gov. Bill Lee reversed course Tuesday by announcing that Tennessee will release data on COVID-19 in schools despite initially declaring such information would not be collected by the state.
Father Ryan announced Colleen Maxson has been named the school’s interim director of campus ministry and student life, according to Jim McIntyre, president.
As families with students prepare for school, unsure what the semester will bring, two recent Franklin High School graduates are packing up for Vanderbilt University, ready in the current pandemic to tackle their freshman year, strange as it may be, the same way they handled their senior yea…
During the current COVID-19 pandemic, community members and local businesses have stepped up to show their appreciation for frontline workers and first responders.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden will announce the district's plans on how schools will reopen for the fall semester Thursday afternoon, and the district has extended the deadline for families to commit to on-campus or online learning.
Franklin Special School District staff and school board members met in person Monday at Johnson Elementary School to discuss what the upcoming school year will look like.
This year’s high school graduations across Williamson County may have been delayed and looked a bit different from previous years, however, the ceremonies were still filled with plenty of celebration.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A group of Tennessee doctors on Thursday warned that reopening schools while the coronavirus is spreading rapidly through the state is "insane."
FirstBank Mortgage has awarded $58,000 to families as part of the Next Generation Mortgage Scholarship program, including a few in Franklin.
Franklin Special School District staff and board members met in person Thursday at Freedom Intermediate School to discuss what the upcoming school year will look like.
The Williamson County Board of Education passed the Williamson County Schools Reopening Framework for the 2020-2021 school year, which allows students to learn either on campus or online and will require face coverings except for select circumstances while on campus.
Thanks to money raised by three local couples, 10 Williamson County high school seniors received $1,000 scholarships this year from the Tom E. Murdic Educational Scholarship Program.
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association continues its support of the National SAT/ACT Prep Project through the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) and eKnowledge. Because of this association, Tennessee students receive a 95% discount on SAT or ACT prep courses.
The Williamson County School District has released its detailed reopening plan, including the protocols for school operation within low, medium, and high spread of COVID-19 in Williamson County, to come to an official vote by the Board of Education on Monday.
Williamson County Sheriff Dusty Rhoades recently presented Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association scholarships worth $500 apiece to three college students.
Battle Ground Academy announced its plans to reopen schools in the fall on Wednesday under its "level-two" plan, which includes personal protective equipment, daily temperature checks, grab-and-go lunches and more.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Financial Stimulus Accountability Group on Tuesday announced $81 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) funding is available through grants for K-12 schools and higher education institutions to assist with plans for safe reopening.
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.