With the conclusion of the first meeting of the year for the Williamson County Schools Board of Education, the new middle school on Henpeck Lane in Franklin finally has a name.
The new middle school on Henpeck Lane in Franklin is one step closer to having a name, as the Williamson County Schools Board of Education convened for its first work session of the year Thursday to discuss naming options and start-of-year updates.
Williamson County Schools administrators, teachers and staff got all dressed up Wednesday evening to honor more than 100 members of the district for their dedication to the schools and the difference they make in students’ lives across the county.
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore made an appearance at the Franklin Special School District Board of Education meeting for a special reason Monday night.
High school seniors and current college students who live in Williamson County are encouraged to apply for a scholarship awarded by Leadership Franklin.
While most Franklin residents spent the day huddled up in their homes during some inclement weather, the Franklin Special School District Board of Education spent its Saturday hearing presentations and planning for the next school year.
Over the past several years, expanding the number of youth exposed to computing concepts and their role in STEM has become an area of significant interest across the country, and that’s no different in Brentwood and Williamson County.
Franklin Elementary School students walked out of their classrooms Dec. 20 for winter break, and when they walked back in on Tuesday, they stepped into the second school in Middle Tennessee to be named a 2019 National ESEA Distinguished School.
tnAchieves, the partnering organization to TN Promise in 90 counties, has recruited 9,857 volunteers to serve as mentors for TN Promise applicants from the Class of 2020.
Normally, Mr. Claus is credited with bringing an abundance of Christmas goodies, but Friday morning, the kids at Moore Elementary School played Santa as they filled boxes with canned goods for those in need.
Franklin Special School District Director of Schools Dr. David Snowden and Franklin Elementary School Principal Anne Riley have announced the selection of April Carrigan to fill the vacant assistant principal role at Franklin Elementary School.
The Williamson County Schools Naming Committee met Wednesday at the WCS Professional Development Center to discuss possible names for the new middle school being built on Henpeck Lane in Franklin.
Many local families make picking out a fresh cut Christmas tree from Santa’s Trees an annual tradition. It’s also a tradition for Santa’s Trees to give back to the Williamson County community that continues to support the seasonal business.
Franklin Special School District continued its decades-long Christmas tradition at Poplar Grove Elementary with a visitor from the North Pole Thursday morning, because what kindergartener doesn’t like sweet treats and talk about presents in the morning?
Columbia State Community College’s spring semester begins Jan. 21, and important application deadlines are fast approaching for new and returning students.
Battle Ground Academy sent four students and two faculty members to National Association of Independent Schools conferences in Seattle from Dec. 4-7.
As the weather dances around the freezing point throughout the county, schools are taking extra precautions and letting students out a little early Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Columbia State Community College is pleased to announce alumnus Matt Niswander will deliver the commencement address to the graduating class during the fall 2019 commencement ceremony on Dec. 14 at 10 a.m.
“I have a story,” nearly 600 middle schoolers murmured Wednesday morning, their hands over their hearts. Award-winning novelist Pablo Cartaya responded “Louder!” several times until the students’ shouts reverberated throughout Freedom Middle School’s gymnasium.
Many local families make picking out a fresh cut Christmas tree from Santa’s Trees at Hill Center Brentwood an annual tradition. It’s also a tradition for Santa’s Trees to give back to the Williamson County community that has supported the seasonal business since 1996.
The kids participating in Franklin Special School District’s MAC program are getting into the holiday spirit a little early this year by doing projects centered on giving.