• Welcome Back WCS Students!

    Back to School information will be updated at the beginning of every school year.

    Important back to school information at your fingertips!

  • Superintendent's Report - Back to School Edition

    Carol Birdsong and Jason Golden


    Start times, student safety and getting involved in your child's school are just a few of the topics covered in the back-to-school edition of the Superintendent's Report.

  • Keeping Williamson County Schools Safe and Secure

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    Safety is priority number one. Find out what procedures are in place to keep students safe at school.

  • 2022-23 School Bell Times, Late Start and Early Release

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    The 2022-23 school year will begin with a half-day for students in first through twelfth grades on Friday, August 5. A full calendar is available on the School Start & End Times page.

  • Rumor Mill

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    I just heard about the new early release days for elementary schools. Why is the District doing this, and what are parents supposed to do on those days if they don't have child care on those days? Find out the answer in InFocus.

  • Check Bus Route Information Before First Day

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    Families whose students will be riding the bus during the 2022-23 school year should check their routes on the Bus Routes and School Zones page.

  • USDA Eliminates No-Cost Meal Program for Schools

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    The USDA is eliminating the no-cost meal program for schools, which means WCS will return to the traditional sales and purchase model for the 2022-23 school year. Visit the Menus and Nutrition page for information on school menus and more.

  • Staying Healthy Throughout the School Year

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    School nurses work hard to make sure students are healthy, safe and ready to learn. The WCS Illness Guidelines have been updated and are always available for reference on the Health Services page.

  • How to Get Involved in WCS

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    Williamson County Schools would not be the district it is without the help of its incredible school volunteers. Instructions on how to get started are available on the Get Involved & Volunteer page.