March 26, 2009
IN THIS ISSUE...
several new videos for you to enjoy this week. In the
first one, we'll take you to Franklin High School where
police recently unveiled a new tool for
Plus, students at Heritage Middle School team with
representatives from General Motors to build motorized
TOY CARS. And fourth graders at Longview learn all
about electricity while preparing for an annual event called
TOUR OF HOMES. If that's not enough, be
sure to check out all the spring sports season has to offer
WCS SPORTS REPORT.
NASCAR's biggest stars recently paid a visit to Centennial
High School. Find out why the one-and-only
KASEY KAHNE spoke to students
there. Also, a local educator explains how her passion
for teaching helped her win a very
IMPORTANT AWARD. Some of the other stories
you'll find in this issue of IN FOCUS include
information regarding construction at the site of
HOMESTEAD MIDDLE School, a
list of winners at this year's Williamson County
FILM FESTIVAL and details
pertaining to a recent JOB OPENING.
There are a
number of school plays and musicals that will take place in
the coming weeks including Page High School's production of
Grease and Ravenwood's production of Footloose.
Be sure and check out our
MUSIC/THEATRE section for all the details.
Plus, the PHOTO GALLERY
features dozens of snapshots from across the district.
And we have several new entries in our
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT and
sections, so you'll want to check them out as well.
We hope you
enjoy all this issue of IN FOCUS has to
offer. Please encourage folks to
if they haven't done so, and feel free to
EMAIL US with any questions
or comments. The next issue of IN FOCUS
will come out April 16.
6-10, No School due to Spring Break
18-21, Semester Exams
Thursday, May 21, Last
Day of Second Semester (1/2 day for students)
21-24, Graduation Window