District Plans for Return to School 2020-21

Williamson County Schools is preparing for the return of students to school campuses for the first day of the 2020-21 school year on Friday, August 7, 2020. Superintendent Jason Golden shared an overview of the plan at the School Board’s work session May 14. The district goal is that students attend school on-campus with the maximum possible direct teacher instruction within the State and local health department COVID-19 safety guidelines. However, plans are being made for teaching remotely or through a hybrid schedule, consisting of a combination of on-campus and remote instruction, in the event Health Department or State restrictions prevent schools from being fully in session this Fall.  More information can be found in the presentation that was shared with the School Board.

As more details of the plan are completed through the summer, they will be shared on the district’s website; through the district’s email newsletter, InFocus; and through the district’s social media channels. School specific information will be shared with students and families by school administrators and teachers when available.

Student Resources
Parent Communication
Williamson County Emergency Management
WNPT and WC-TV Educational Resources Programming
Coronavirus Español
COVID-19 Information Translated
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Food Distribution
Tennessee Department of Health
State Assistance Opportunities