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Issue 7 - October 25, 2013


Latest News

LET'S TALK SCHOOL COMMUNITY MEETING TUESDAY
Have questions about rezoning?  Then be sure to attend Tuesday's Let's Talk School community meeting with Dr. Looney.  Details inside!

 

PRINCIPAL USES QR CODE TO SHARE SCHOOL INFO
Learn how a high school principal is using technology to share important school information with district leaders.

 

ACROSS THE BOARD
Want to know what happened at this month's School Board meeting? Find out in our Across the Board highlights.

 

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT AWARDS
The Williamson County School Board recognizes students who won first place in state or national competitions.

 

WCS STUDENTS NAMED TO PRESTIGIOUS CHOIRS
Dozens of Williamson County students have been chosen to be part of this year's Middle Tennessee Vocal Association's choirs!

 

AWARDS & ACCOLADES
Check out some of the latest student and staff accomplishments in the areas of academics, athletics and the arts.

 

FRANKLIN BAND WINS REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
The Franklin High School Marching Band continues its dominance by winning another big award.  Details inside!

 

CENTENNIAL FOOTBALL TEAM JOINS FIGHT AGAINST CANCER
Learn how members of ther Centennial High School football team are using their brawn to fight cancer.

 

PAGE HIGH DRAMA STUDENTS COLLECT FOOD FOR NEEDY
Learn how students at one high school are working to put an end to hunger this Halloween.

 


Videos

SEXTING PART III: A MESSAGE FOR GIRLS
In this video, Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Mason speaks to female students about the dangers of sexting.

 

FAIRVIEW FIFTH GRADERS LEARN REAL WORLD SKILLS AT JA BIZTOWN
Watch as Fairview Elementary School fifth graders discover how the "real world" works during a visit to JA BizTown.

 

NOLENSVILLE STUDENTS WEAR PINK FOR WALK TO SCHOOL DAY
Students, staff and parents turned out in huge numbers to celebrate this year's Walk to School Day at Nolensville Elementary.

 

FORMER US ATTORNEY GENERAL ALBERTO GONZALEZ VISITS SUMMIT HIGH
Find out what advice Former US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales had for students at Summit High School.

 

WCS NINE WEEKS IN REVIEW
It's hard to believe we're already a fourth of the way into the school year.  Here's a short video recap of the first nine weeks of school.

 

PARENTING PLAYBOOK: ARE YOU A COACH AT HOME
How can parents of elementary age students help their children perform better in school?  Former NFL football player Freddie Scott, II has a few ideas.

 

CROCKETT ELEMENTARY RUN CLUB
Learn how Crockett Elementary's Run Club is keeping students fit in this video produced by the Ravenwood High School Media Production Department.

 


Upcoming Events

RUN FOR RELIEF 5K REGISTRATION UNDERWAY
Registration has begun for the upcoming Run for Relief 5K in Franklin.  Register today for only $20 and help out a great cause. Details inside!

 

FINE ARTS CALENDAR
Several Williamson County schools will mark this Veterans Day with a special ceremony.  Find details regarding those events and more in our Fine Arts Calendar.

 

CENTENNIAL HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW
Crafts galore!  Find great gifts for the holidays at the annual Centennial Holiday Craft Show.

 


Photos & More

PHOTO GALLERY
Check out some of the latest pictures from schools around the district in the InFocus Photo Gallery!

 

RUMOR MILL
Can benchmark tests count toward a student's grade?  Will WCS consider rezoning
next year?  We'll answer those questions and more this week's Rumor Mill.

 

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