You are sure to see some new faces around Williamson County Schools next year.
More than 400 candidates came to Independence High School Saturday, April 1 looking for employment within Williamson County Schools at the WCS Career Fair.
Job seekers were able to meet with principals, assistant principals and staff members from all departments inside WCS to talk about employment opportunities.
“The benefit of this career fair for Williamson County Schools is for the principals, assistant principals and staff members to meet an abundance of potential candidates for open positions within the school district on a less formal level,” said WCS Recruiter David Harries. “It also allows the candidates to learn what Williamson County Schools has to offer on a district level as well as an individual school level.”