The 18th-Annual Williamson County Marching Band Exhibition will take place Saturday, Sept. 13 this year at Franklin High School.
Sept. 3 has been officially declared Be Nice Day for all Williamson County Schools in honor of the district's newly adopted anti-bullying campaign, Be Nice.
The State Department of Education announced this month a list of 2015 Focus Schools statewide, among them Fairview Middle.
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Columbia State Community College's Center for Workforce Development is offering an ACT test prep course this fall for Middle Tennessee high school students who plan to take the required national college admissions exam this semester.
Williamson County Schools maintains record-breaking status after learning this week that the district has recorded its highest ACT composite score and this year has the most Reward Schools in district history.
The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) announced Tuesday that 22 teachers across the state have been selected for the inaugural Tennessee Educator Fellowship, including Williamson County Schools instructor Amy Kate McMurry.
Results released Wednesday show Williamson County Schools' class of 2014 made a gain of 0.1 on its composite ACT score. The score is up from 23.4 last year to 23.5, making it the third consecutive year WCS has achieved its highest average score to date.
On Tuesday, Aug. 26, the Literacy Council of Williamson County will host an informational breakfast about the organization, the services it provides and its impact on the community.
Besides a new schedule arrangement and 500 new iPads, Head of School Will Kesler is also a new addition to Battle Ground Academy this school year.
Two weeks into the job, Charles Farmer is feeling out his new role as assistant superintendent of schools and preparing to launch a survey for district principals as one of his first items of business.
Board Chairman for the Franklin Special Schools District Sherry Badger presided over her last meeting on Monday evening at Poplar Grove Elementary.
Middle Tennessee State University’s newest graduates may be among the 1.6 million-plus students receiving college degrees across the United States this year, but they are much more than numbers, university leaders said in a press release on Aug. 9.
Workers are putting the finishing touches on projects slated for the 2014-2015 school year at Williamson County Schools.
Beginning Aug. 1, Williamson County Schools administration implemented a few small changes to the district’s notification system, including a change in service providers.
Superintendent of Schools Mike Looney and other state and local elected officials gathered Tuesday morning to announce impressive growth and achievement numbers in the most recent TCAP testing season for Williamson County Schools.
The Williamson County Health Department will extend its hours to 6 p.m. from Aug. 5-7 for back to school immunizations.
Williamson County Schools Policy Committee will consider how to incorporate the provisions of new textbook legislation in September, school official Tim Gaddis said.
Williamson County Schools announced Wednesday the district’s 2014 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) scores will be released Tuesday, Aug. 5.
District middle schools and high schools will have pickup times for schedules, parking permits and textbooks starting as early as today.
At the Williamson Chamber’s First Friday event on Aug. 1, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will speak to how the community can partner with the school district.
Oklahoma City University announced that Savannah McIntyre of Franklin has been named to the President's Honor Roll for the spring 2014 semester.
Miami University of Ohio awarded degrees to students during spring commencement exercises Saturday, May 17, 2014, at Yager Stadium, and several students from Williamson County were included on the President’s and Dean’s lists.
Williamson County students in need will be receiving help with school supplies again this year, as the 11th annual Big Backpack Giveaway comes to Franklin.