FiftyForward Friends Learning in Pairs (FLIP) is seeking adults age 55 and older to tutor students in grades kindergarten-four in Williamson County Public Schools and the Franklin Special School District.
Battle Ground Academy recently announced the recipients of its Alyne Q. Massey Honors Scholarships for ninth-graders new to BGA for the 2019-2020 school year.
With the release of the 2019 TNReady scores, the Franklin Special School District has again demonstrated that its students are flying high, achieving a composite score of 5, the highest that can be earned.
The air was filled with an anxious energy and a caffeine-assisted buzz — and in some areas, the beeping and booming of construction — Friday morning as Williamson County Schools students hopped off the bus or out of their cars for the first day of the school year.
Students and parents heading back to Scales Elementary School in Brentwood will notice a few visible changes as they walk the hallways this year.
After lots of brainstorming, planning and renovating, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center of Williamson County Schools is finally open and ready to feed the minds of high school students with a knack for business.
In a partnership with United Way of Williamson County and Mercy Health, the Daughters of the King, a local women’s ministry dedicated to serving the community, on Saturday afternoon held its fifth annual back-to-school picnic for the Natchez and Hard Bargain communities.
Franklin Special School District’s first batch of buses were up and running Wednesday morning, carrying half-nervous, half-excited children with their colorful backpacks and notebooks to their first day of school.
Father Ryan High School announced on Monday Julie Norfleet has been named the new chair of the school’s Board of Trust and Chris Fay, principal of Christian Brothers High School, has joined the board, according to Jim McIntyre, president.
Kim Henderson was elected and began her term as president of the Tennessee Congress of Parents and Teachers Inc., also known as Tennessee PTA, on July 1.
Franklin Special School District hosted meet-and-greet sessions at each of their schools Monday to give parents and students the opportunity to meet faculty, staff and other families just two days before the start of school.
What comes to mind when you think of a college student? Many people might picture a 20-year-old who is discovering who they are and exactly what they’ll be doing after graduation.
Morning Pointe of Franklin and Franklin Synergy Westhaven Bank are combining to host a back-to-school supply drive for elementary schools in the Franklin Special School District.
The weather doesn’t seem to be cooling down, but summer vacation is quickly coming to a close as students prepare to return to school next week.
The National Endowment for the Arts recently announced the regional winners of the 2019 Musical Theater Songwriting Challenge, and two Centennial High School graduates were included.
After preparing for over a week by gathering school supplies and stuffing backpacks, more than 100 volunteers from multiple community organizations came together for the United Way of Williamson County Big Backpack Giveaway.
Battle Ground Academy has announced Dr. Michelle Arnold has joined its staff as director of equity and inclusion, replacing O.J. Fleming, a 1994 BGA graduate, who retired after 19 years on the school’s faculty and staff.