The Food and Culinary Services Department of the Franklin Special School District is providing charitable locals with an opportunity to help students in need erase their negative cafeteria balances. The Take A Bite Out of Student Lunch Debt program allows donations to be made electronically…
It must be rare for a high school to claim that one of its graduates worked closely for a president of the United States and also have a ship named for that same alumnus. Franklin’s own Battle Ground Academy can stake that claim.
The temperatures have started to drop, so Williamson County Schools wants to remind students, families and staff about the inclement weather protocol.
The Williamson County Board of Education approved school zones for two new elementary schools opening in August 2023 and middle school zone line changes at its Nov. 28 meeting.
Twenty-one sophomores and juniors from five area high schools have been selected to participate in the Williamson Inc. Youth Leadership Brentwood Class of 2023.
At a meeting Monday night, Williamson County Board of Education member Dan Cash (District 2) denied the validity of the board's code of conduct after expressing outrage over an interview fellow board member Eric Welch (District 10) had with a writer for The New Yorker.
At a work session Thursday, the Williamson County Board of Education discussed the role of school counselors in improving student and teacher mental health.
Thirteen Ravenwood High School students will be performing with the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) 2023 National Honor Choirs.
On Thursday, children at First United Methodist Preschool were greeted by three unique guests: conservationist Laura Turner, known locally as the Turkey Lady, and her feathered companions, Betty and White.
Members of the Franklin Special School District’s Board of Education could barely wait to voice their yeas as they voted to approve the proposed contract extension for Director of Schools David Snowden during Monday evening’s monthly board meeting.
The board of Youth Leadership Franklin recently named its 24th class of student leaders, a list comprised of 20 students from various Williamson County public and private schools.
Franklin Special School District hosted three ribbon cuttings on Friday for a new baseball/softball complex located behind and between Freedom Middle School and Poplar Grove School along Highway 96 West.
Richard Charles McDavitt, 81, passed away peacefully on Oct. 30 surrounded by loved ones. At his request, a small family service will be held at Brentwood United Methodist Church. Friends are welcome to visit family Saturday, Nov. 5, from 2-4 p.m. at 6022 Martingale Lane, Brentwood, Tennessee.
The Ravenwood High School marching band is traveling to Indianapolis Nov. 10-12 to compete in the Bands of America Grand National Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Sisters Olivia and Sophia Livaudais from the Independence High School JROTC program recently earned top honors while competing in a sporter-class air rifle match at Academy Park in Franklin.
On Monday night, the Williamson County Board of Education passed two resolutions updating policies surrounding textbook, instructional and library materials.
Battle Ground Academy recently announced the addition of Lucibeth Mayberry, John B. Jewell IV ’86 and Eric Schultenover ‘92 to its board of trustees. Matt Ligon ’87 has also succeeded Mark Puryear ‘85 as board chair and Colleen Hoke ’87 will now serve as vice chair.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education discussed renaming the private drives around Freedom Middle School, Poplar Grove Elementary School, Poplar Grove Middle School and the FSSD Performing Arts Center.
New Hope Academy recently announced its sixth head of school since the private school in Franklin was founded in 1996.
With the Nov. 8 general election just around the corner, the League of Women Voters of Williamson County (LWV-WC) has offered a nonpartisan election resource that serves as a guide for voters.
Local nonprofit and food pantry One Generation Away has launched a new program that delivers food right to the doors of those in need: The Doorstep Pantry.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden and Franklin Special School District Director David Snowden delivered their annual State of the Schools addresses last week at The Factory at Franklin.
On Thursday morning, Education Equal Opportunity Group Inc. hosted a Career Speed Networking Program for more than 100 local high school students at The Factory at Franklin.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Ravenwood High School will host a Community Pep Rally Thursday from 6-8 p.m. on the school’s campus.
The Educational Equal Opportunity Group Inc. will hold a Career Speed Networking program Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Factory at Franklin.