The Tennessee Department of Education has announced 21 Williamson County schools among the state's highest in academic growth and achievement in 2014-2015 school year.
Williamson County School Board member Bobby Hullett has proposed two changes to policy that would allow more citizens to attend public school meetings, and limit board members' agenda item requests.
Due to a bus driver shortage, school bus routes will be a little different for some Williamson County Schools students in the 2015-2016 school year.
Thousands of donated dollars were awarded to Williamson County Schools in honor of the district's administrative leaders at Thursday night's fifth annual Superintendent's Banquet.
Brentwood High School broadcasting teacher Ronnie Adcock was recently named the 2015 Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts Teacher of the Year.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District showed improvement on last year's state standardized assessments and again outperformed state averages.
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Superintendent Mike Looney has announced two principal changes for Williamson County Schools.
On Friday, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney decided to forgo an offer to be Metro Nashville Public Schools' director to stay in Williamson County. The Home Page asked citizens and officials to respond.
Superintendent of Williamson County Schools Mike Looney announced Friday he will stay in his current position and forego an offer for the top job in Metro Nashville Public Schools.
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In an effort to keep the Williamson County Schools leader from taking a job in Nashville, Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson has proposed a base salary increase for Superintendent Mike Looney.
Learning Lab, a tutoring services agency, will sponsor a seminar on ADHD on Thursday, Aug. 13, to help parents better understand the behavioral disorder.
Foreign students will get a personal introduction to Williamson County Schools next Tuesday through ESL NICE.
With its new tax base in place, the Franklin Special School District will evaluate the projects outlined in a multiyear plan that could potentially allow for more improvements to schools and the district's facilities.
During his last meeting with the Williamson County School Board, District 4 representative Paul Bartholomew said Monday he would like to see a "return of the true Americana" and issued a word of warning about the direction of education in the nation.
Father Ryan High School announced this week that Marisol Preston will become the school's new Director of Admissions effective August 1, according to Jim McIntyre, president.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education unanimously approved a $45 million budget which includes a tax rate increase of approximately seven cents to cover increased expenses and debt payment.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney has until Friday to accept or refuse a contract extension approved by the Williamson County school board.
Funds for a performing arts center at Fairview High School cleared the Williamson County School Board on Monday.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney told the school board he cannot yet sign a contract extension, pending negotiations for an offer with the Metro Nashville school district.
Last week, the Williamson County School Board again heard a proposal to reduce healthcare costs for school employees while increasing efficiency in the school day.
A Nashville architectural firm will spend the next month gathering an estimate on a comprehensive master plan for Franklin High School improvements.
Williamson County School officials have delayed until August conversations on a resolution asking to allow students to opt out of state- and federally- mandated assessments without reprisal.
Just hours before the Williamson County School Board began discussions on Superintendent Mike Looney's contract, some 25 supporters publicly backed him.