Issue 12 - January 11, 2007
It's time to get excited about second
semester! We hope you all had a wonderful and relaxing
holiday break and are ready to start 2007 off right!
IN FOCUS is also coming off a break so we're a
little short in the video department this week. But that
doesn't mean we have a shortage of stories and information for
On the video side of things, we take a look
at the life cycle of the science kits used by Williamson County
Schools elementary school classes.
CLICK HERE to watch.
have plenty for you to read this week! Looking at issues
affecting the entire district, an important vote by the School
Board concerning new zone lines is quickly approaching.
HERE for more info. Also, dates have been set for
CLICK HERE to see.
Registration is also open for Franklin High School's Dance
Clinic for elementary school students.
CLICK HERE for info. Organizers of the
ATLAS/ATHENA programs in Williamson County Schools are looking
to get high schoolers involved in a new magazine to spotlight
student success. CLICK HERE for more information on how
you can get involved. Plus, Williamson County Schools has
taken a big step to improve the accuracy of its financial
reporting with a new software package. CLICK HERE to check
On the individual school front, an
independent study project for two Heritage Middle School
students has turned into an effort to try and change the world.
CLICK HERE to read about their very worthy efforts.
Congratulations are in order for two Franklin High School
teachers who recently earned National Board Certification.
CLICK HERE to read their story. Kudos also go out to
Centennial High School's Marching Cougars who recently took home
some nice hardware from events at the Fiesta Bowl.
HERE to read all about it. Plus, Edmondson
Elementary School students will benefit from a $1,000 music
grant awarded by Target. CLICK HERE for more.
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