All Traditional WCS Students to Return to Campus January 11

You will notice a new look when you visit the Williamson County Schools district and school websites later this week.

Williamson County Schools (WCS) says all of its traditional students will return to campus for in-person learning on Monday, January 11. All students began the second semester on January 5 with remote learning due to a rise in COVID-19 numbers.

Williamson County Schools reports:

• As of today (January 7) at 3 p.m. and based on information shared with our schools by families and staff, there are 144 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among students and staff across the district, lower than 173 confirmed cases on December 18, our last school day of the first semester.
• There are 351 students and staff in quarantine as compared to 2645 in quarantine on December 18.
• Our school administrators share that staffing levels are appropriate for a return to school on Monday.
• The State reports that confirmed cases among children ages 5-18 in Williamson County is 344 as of January 6.
• While active cases in Williamson County peaked on January 2, they have been declining since.

Links to this and other relevant data may be found on the WCS COVID page.