A 4-foot-high granite monument recently went up in Ellabell, Georgia. It stands at attention near the site of the former Black Creek Elementary School.
Winfree Bryant Middle School recently celebrated its football homecoming. The homecoming court, from left, was: Summer Sesnan escorted by Keagan Clark (6th grade); Bailey Westmoreland escorted by Hayden Rigsby (7th grade); Addie Grace Porter escorted by Drane Smallwood (8th grade); Queen Sara Magan escorted by Jackson Monette (8th grade); Kaitlynn Hibdon escorted by Will Burruss (8th grade); Alaina Smith escorted by Fisher Bradshaw (7th grade); and Kendra Hackett escorted by Thomas Cason (6th grade). SUBMITTED PHOTO by Inter-State Studio of Nashville
Friendship Christian School celebrated homecoming on Oct. 21. The homecoming court was presented prior to the game with Portland. Homecoming court and escorts were, from left, Jordan McNamee, son of Joe and Christy McNamee, escorting Autumn Groves, sophomore attendant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erroll Groves of Hermitage; Samuel Hollis, son of Rob and Stacey, escorting Libby Jane Nave, senior attendant, daughter of Bill and Lisa Nave of Lebanon; Caleb Pettross, brother of the queen and FCS fourth-grader, crown bearer; Chris Draper, son of the late Chris Draper and Resa Draper of Lebanon; Queen Rebecca Pettross, daughter of Lee and Elizabeth Pettross of Lebanon, also escorted by Hunter Williams, son of Buddy and Kim Williams of Lebanon; Madeleine Sloan, cousin of the queen and daughter of Daniel and Ashlie Sloan of Lebanon, FCS third-grader, flower girl; Kennedy Green, junior attendant, daughter of Hugh and Judy Green of Lebanon, escorted by Spencer Burge, son of Jamie and Lynda Burge of Lebanon; Lindsay Adkinson, freshman attendant, daughter of Brian and Christina Adkinson of Lebanon, escorted by Gregory Elliott, son of Todd and Jennifer Elliott of Lebanon. SUBMITTED
Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Donna Wright said it has been a while since the system celebrated a brand new school.
A jazz concert, a preview of the upcoming Christmas production of "Elf," and an emotional Mt. Juliet Middle School Principal Tim Bell all took center stage at the unveiling of MJMS's $2.8 million renovation Tuesday evening.
Mt. Juliet Breakfast Rotary Club members Jacque Benton, left, and John Cheney, second from right, back row, present 15 new teachers at Mt. Juliet High School with checks in the amount of $100 each. The club presented 59 new teachers in the West Wilson County area with $100 to assist them in setting up their classrooms for their first years of teaching. SUBMITTED
Alexander Clay III is a young man with a dream. He wants to make and act in family friendly movies. To achieve his goal, he started planning ahead.
Gov. Bill Haslam recently announced the recipients of the Labor Education Alignment Program (LEAP) competition, including a $944,009 grant for Tennessee College of Applied Technology locations in Lebanon and Hartsville.
After what local officials categorized as a "lengthy investigation," the Wilson County Sheriff's Office has arrested a juvenile for posting threatening messages regarding Lebanon High School and students via social media.
This is the Watertown High School Principal's List, Honor Roll for the 3rd Nine Weeks.
Kindergarten registration for the 2016-17 school year for Wilson County Schools will take place Monday, April 4 through Wednesday, April 6 during normal school hours of 7:30 a.m. until 2:15 p.m.
Wilson County Schools will hold a free English as Second Language (ESL) Camp June 1 through 5 at Rutland Elementary School, Building A, in Mt. Juliet.
Registration for students who are new to Wilson County Schools is currently open, and the enrollment process for returning students will begin July 21, according to school officials.
Gladeville Elementary students got hands on with musical instruments on Tuesday.
The Wilson County School District's $270 million, five-year school construction plan is one small step closer to implementation.
Through its Business & Education Coalition, the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce continued its 19-year-long tradition of supporting the efforts of teachers in the classroom recently by awarding grants to local educators.
Carroll-Oakland Elementary School Principal Carol Ferrell noted this week how impressed she has been with students, parents and faculty since construction started on the school's expansion last fall.
Wilson Central's wrestling, softball and tennis teams will start raising funds to build two new sports buildings on the school's campus soon.
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