Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long recently presented $500 academic scholarships awarded by the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association to three students. Summit High School graduate Kaylan Johnson will attend Columbia State this fall. She wants to be an elementary school teacher. Kaylan is the daughter of Sgt. Cleve Johnson and Beverly Johnson. Sgt. Johnson is assigned to Court Services and Beverly is an administrative assistant at the WCSO.
Avery Couey is a graduate of Smyrna High School. He will attend Middle Tennessee State University this fall and study political science. He is the son of WCSO Detective Jonathan Couey.
William Pittenger, a Franklin High School graduate, is studying accounting at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He is the son of Vickie Pittenger, an administrative assistant at the WCSO.
Each year the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association accepts applications and awards scholarships to sons and daughters of full time sheriff’s office employees from across Tennessee.MORE SCHOOL NEWS