School start/dismissal times are changing for all Williamson County schools for the 2017-18 school year. Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney shared the news with the School Board at its April 13 work sessi
Online registration updates for all returning Williamson County Schools students currently in grades K-11 is open now and will remain open until May 5th. Students who are not registered for the 2017-2018 school year will not be added to class lists until registration has been completed.
Online registration updates will be completed through existing Skyward Family Access accounts. If you have not yet requested a Family Access account, please contact our front office. Families that do not wish to complete registration updates in Family Access may still request a paper registration packet from the school to be completed and returned to the school by May 5. Please note that registration updates cannot be made through the Skyward mobile app, and for the forms to display correctly in Skyward, you will need to make sure your browser’s pop-up blocker is disabled.
Remember, please log into your WCS Family Access account before May 5th to update registration information for your currently enrolled WCS student(s).
Do you know a budding scientist who is looking for a fun way to spend the summer? Look no further than Summit High’s Science Week July 17-21. The SHS Science Week is a hands-on science camp for rising
The 6th Annual Spring Hill Kids Marathon is May 13, 2017. This year’s theme is Color Chaos! Each online registration will include one color packet, a shirt, a goodie bag, and medal. Please do not use the color packet until the day of the race. There will be extra color packets ($2.00) and t-shirts ($8.00) for sale online, at the packet pick- up, and at the race (upon availability).
Students who are proposed to be rezoned in 2018-19 will be allowed to attend their newly zoned school in 2017-18 if space is available. The Williamson County School Board approved the measure at its A
Teacher & Staff Appreciation week is coming up on May 1 – 5 and we are so excited about the opportunity to spoil our amazing staff! We have some great things planned for them, but we need your help.
First, we need you to help provide food for a Soup & Salad Luncheon on May 1, and a Chips & Dip Bar on May 5. We also need a few volunteers for each of those days to help with set up and clean up. Please click on the links to sign up to bring an item (or 2) and to help out!
Here are the fun things we have planned for them each day:
We also want to give you the opportunity to spoil you child’s teachers each day, so we’ve created a schedule. Don’t forget to say thank you to the support staff and specials teachers as well! Remember, even the smallest thank you is appreciated. Also, all teachers have a list of their likes posted on the school website.
Since nothing is as meaningful as well as heart felt words of gratitude, we wanted to place a special emphasis this year on telling our teachers how much they mean to us. We hope that you will take a minute on Monday, May 1 (or any day that week) to write a special note, create a video or other such creative thank you to send to your teacher, and to perhaps share on our PTO Facebook page using hashtag #teachustheydid. We’d love to know how a CRES teacher or staff member made a difference in your families life.
We hope to create an amazing week for our teachers! They certainly deserve it as we have the best. The force is strong with them.
If you still need a Tier 3 badge made, you can sign up now to get one made on Friday, April 28 between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. (appointment required).
Blood drive – Monday, April 24 from 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment, go to www.bloodassurance.org/CRES.
Field day shirts are $5 each and must be ordered by Thursday, April 20 – No exceptions. You can order them online at our school store.