Be Nice and say thank you to a school employee!

Hello everyone,

I hope you are having a wonderful day!  It is my pleasure to announce the return of the district’s Successory Program.  We began this program last year as a way for students to say thank you to school employees who are helping them become a success.

Here’s how it works:

·         During the week of October 5-9, students can go to and print off a Successory form, fill it out and place it in the box marked “Successory forms” which should be placed in the school’s front office.

·         On Friday, October 5, someone from the school will reach into the Successory box and pull out a winner.  The employee whose name is on the form will receive coupons for two free meals at Chick-Fil-A!!!

·         The remaining forms will be given to the employees who were nominated as a reminder of the impact they have on their students.  In addition, some of the forms will be posted on a bulletin board here at the Central Office.

 How You Can help

Please encourage students you know to go to and fill out a Successory form.  The link can also be found under the Students tab on the WCS homepage.  We want to make sure all of the schools have some level of participation.  You can also use the following description in any newsletter you may be sending out between now and October 5:

BE NICE and say thank you! Williamson County School’s Successory program gives students a chance to say thank you to the school employees who are helping them become a success. Participating is easy! Just print off a Succesory form online, fill it out with the name of a school employee (teacher, bus driver, cafeteria worker, etc.) who’s making a difference in your life and drop it off in the box marked Successory forms in the front office the week of October 5-9. At the end of the week, a name will be drawn and one lucky employee will receive a special prize. 

Let me end by saying thank you for everything you do!  You all are amazing!  Please let me know if you have any questions or if there’s anything we can do for you.  Take care and have a wonderful day!

Oh and by the way, here are the rest of the Successory weeks for the 2015-16 school year:

October 5-9  |  January 11-15  |  March 14-18  |  May 2-6

Cory Mason
Assistant Communications Director
Williamson County Schools
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CRES PTO meeting and Parent University

We are excited to announce that we will have our first open PTO meeting of the school year on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30-6:00pm.  We are also having our blood drive, family night at the book fair, and Parent University on the same evening.  Please read the attached newsletter about our Parent University.  You will also find information regarding a child care option for the evening provided by SACC for our school aged children.   Please RSVP to SACC if you need child care and to our academic coaches if you plan to attend the Parent University sessions.

Thank you for your continued support of CRES!  We look forward to seeing everyone on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30-7:00pm.

CRES Parent University Reading and Math

Who: Parents of students in Kindergarten – 5th grade
What: Find out what your students will learn in the 2nd quarter of school.

 Learn how to help with homework
 Learn how to use current math strategies
 Learn how to best help with sight words and phonics  Learn how writing has changed in the upper grades

When: Thursday, September 24th 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Same day as the blood drive, PTO meeting, and Family Night at the book fair. Do it all in one day! Each grade level will offer 2 sessions, so you could attend both a reading and a math session or one session for multiple grade levels.

Where: CRES grade level classrooms. Follow the signs on the door!

Need Babysitting? SACC will be offering child care for children K-5 on September 24th, 2015 from 5:15 pm until 7:00 pm for Chapman’s Retreat PTO and Parent University night. This is open to both SACC and non-SACC students. In order to use our free service on Thursday, September 24th, you must RSVP and reserve one of our 75 slots. SACC students that will be staying past 6:00 pm must register through SignUpGenius as well. If you have any questions regarding this event please contact Dayna Varga at or Lauren Cunningham at 615-472-4317. To register your child, please use the link below.

BE NICE Community Summit – Tuesday, September 15

BE NICE Community Summit

BE NICE Community Summit

A Workshop to Promote Bullying Awareness/Prevention

Presentation by Rodger Dinwiddie

CEO of Nashville STARS and Past President of the International Bullying Prevention Association

Tuesday, September 15

St. Phillips Catholic Church

113 2nd Ave S, Franklin

6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Please use the Second Avenue South parking garage and enter St. Phillips through the Second Avenue entrance

Hosted by Williamson County Schools, the Franklin Special School District and STARS