Two Williamson County educators are being recognized for their exemplary work by the Tennessee Association for the Gifted (TAG). Lipscomb Elementary's Linda Kirby and Renaissance High's Meaghan Dennis were both honored at the TAG [...]
The new middle school on Henpeck Lane has a principal and a school zone; now it needs a name. The district is currently accepting school name suggestions. To submit a name, email email@example.com. The [...]
Williamson County middle and high school students are learning how the United Nations operates during the annual Model UN conferences. At the conferences, students re-enacted situations that would normally happen within the United Nations. [...]
If your student has a New Year's resolution to improve their baseball skills, Centennial High is offering them the perfect opportunity to do it. The Centennial High baseball team's yearly fundamentals camp will be [...]
In this video, students at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center explain why others may want to consider taking classes at the EIC. From now until February 29, students can fill out an enrollment [...]
Students at Spring Station Middle School are using their engineering skills to create and test their own balloons.
Words can make a difference. That's what students at Mill Creek Elementary are learning as part of a recent experiment involving rice.
Williamson County parents and community members are invited to review textbooks that are up for adoption for the 2020-21 school year. The textbooks up for adoption are for English/Language Arts (ELA) courses and select [...]
Hillsboro School is inviting audiences to Narnia during its production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Beginning December 12, theater students will tell the tales of the Pevensie children and their adventures in [...]
Porcupines, holiday shows and virtual reality! It was a great week for Williamson County schools.