This edition of the Week in Review features plenty of pumpkins, costumes and even an Elvis sighting!
Creating a musical is already a challenge, but the Independence High theater department is taking it to the next level. Friday, November 15, the department will announce its show. For the 24 hours following [...]
What happens when an artist gets desperate for money? Ravenwood High is bringing Mark Twain's Is He Dead? to Williamson County beginning November 6. The farce play tells a fake story about a real French [...]
Children in the Franklin High early childhood program took part in an annual tradition October 31 as they made their way through the school for some trick-or-treating fun!
Williamson County Schools is home to two volleyball state championship teams. Both Brentwood and Nolensville high schools beat their competition and won the titles during the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) volleyball state [...]
Students from five Williamson County high schools spent the day visiting various businesses during the district's second Traveling Tech Day October 23. Traveling Tech Day is [...]
Brentwood High alumna Namrah Ajmal is one of only two AP State Scholars in Tennessee. In order to be recognized as an AP State Scholar, a student must score a three or higher on [...]
Williamson County Schools choir students are hitting the right notes and earning places on one of the Middle Tennessee Vocal Association (MTVA) Mid-State choirs. Of the 85 students selected to a Mid-State choir, 44 [...]
The Independence High theater department has a special you won't want to miss. For one night only, theater students will perform I'd Order Love, a show combining musical numbers with Check, Please, a one-act play [...]
At some point, we've all said things we don't mean. But now, more than ever, it's important that we choose our words wisely. In this video, Superintendent Jason Golden joins District Attorney General [...]