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WCS Superintendent Jason Golden announced the district will allow teachers to record video communications for its students with their principals’ review, and it will pilot an online interactive classroom model with IB students.
In compliance with Gov. Bill Lee's request, Battle Ground Academy announced Friday that it will extend its school campus closures through April 24 while continuing its classes online via an eLearning platform.
Following an executive order from Gov. Bill Lee allowing government entities to conduct public meetings electronically, the Williamson County Schools Board of Education live-streamed its work session Thursday evening, where the board heard an update on the district’s situation and saw an exa…
Mitchell Morrison, a student at Battle Ground Academy, has been named a regional finalist for the 2020 class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
If the empty lot on the corner of Columbia Avenue and West Fowlkes Street could talk, it would have a lot to say. It would talk about the cotton it grew in the 1800s on the plantation of Fountain Branch Carter and the wounded and dead bodies strewn on it after the Battle of Franklin on Nov. …
In accordance with Tuesday afternoon's recommendation from Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District announced that they will continue school closures through Friday, April 24, further postponing the re-opening of physical campuses formerly plann…
School of Rock, a national leader in performance-based music education, has launched virtual, one-on-one music lessons for its 400 students in Nashville and Franklin through its School of Rock Remote program.
As schools serving K–12 students throughout Williamson County have worked over the last several weeks to navigate the COVID-19 outbreak in the area, Columbia State Community College has been developing their own plan, and starting next week, all courses will be continued online, potentially …
School is out at Franklin Christian Academy, but not because students are enjoying an early spring break. Students are participating in the school’s Week Without Walls, and one group of students is spending its time helping with tornado relief in Nashville.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District announced that they will cancel classes for the remainder of the week through spring break due to the spread of coronavirus in Middle Tennessee.
After years of caring for dogs, cats, ducks and chickens, one Franklin resident decided to spread the joy of connecting with nature and looking after creatures.
Williamson County Schools has canceled classes for Wednesday, March 11, and Battle Ground Academy has decided to hold class online for the rest of the week due to the spread of coronavirus.
Williamson County Schools and Battle Ground Academy will be out of school Tuesday due to the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Tennessee Department of Health confirmed on Thursday the case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) announced by Gov. Bill Lee and the state Department of Health is a member of the Battle Ground Academy parent community.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District announced they will close schools districtwide Friday, March 6 and Monday, March 9 for a deep cleaning of the schools. Battle Ground Academy will also close Friday.
As part of an annual celebration of Black History Month, Freedom Middle School honored two locals during the Monroe and Mary Booker Awards for Leadership and Service Friday at the school.
The Kiwanis Club of Historic Downtown Franklin will once again award several $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who attend Franklin, Centennial, Page, Independence, Renaissance and Fairview high schools.
The Tennessee Education Research Alliance, a research-practice partnership between Vanderbilt University and the Tennessee Department of Education, has released the 2020 Tennessee Educator Survey to all teachers, administrators and certified staff across the state.
Applications are now being accepted for the Williamson County Fair Jr. Fair Board (JFB) and for its annual scholarship, two opportunities that encourage and celebrate youth involvement in the Williamson County Fair.
A few Williamson County Commission Education Committee members talked money Monday with Williamson County Schools administrators but did not officially commence a meeting or take action due to the absence of its chair, vice chair and two committee members.