Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson is the Public Information Officer for Wilson County Schools.  Whether you’re a member of the media, a private citizen, or a parent looking for information, Jennifer is available to help you.  Feel free to call or email Jennifer, using the following information.

615.203.4158
Jennifer.Johnson@wcschools.com

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Recent News

County schools to keep two-week fall break – The Lebanon Democrat

Wilson County Schools to keep two week fall break – The Tennessean

Watertown elementary School cuts ribbon on new addition – The Lebanon Democrat

Demand grows for free adult English classes in Wilson Co. – WSMV

Oakland, Lebanon High football teams make a players – WKRN

TSSAA playoffs:  Best play of the night? – The Tennessean

New app to help combat cyberbullying – WKRN

New app to combat cyberbullying – The Lebanon Democrat

Lebanon High to test app aimed at combating cyberbullying – WZTV

LHS rolls out app to combat bullying – Wilson Post

Hero teen honored in Wilson Co. for Rescuing Suicidal Stranger– WKRN

Teen Honored After Saving Stranger’s Life – WTVF

Wilson Central student honored for saving man’s life – Lebanon Democrat

Why Wilson Co. Will Close on Nov. 7th and Dec. 19th – The Tennessean

Middle TN home to 17 of Top 25 Schools in state – WZTV

LHS to host annual Character Breakfast– Wilson Post

Most Middle Tennessee districts see ACT scores Improve Tennessean

Event to offer eats, vendors, education support –  Lebanon Democrat

TN Promise Mentors Needed in Wilson County – Lebanon Democrat

Young anglers hit tourney trail – The Lebanon Democrat

Inman resigns from school board – The Lebanon Democrat

School board OKs $3 raise for bus drivers – The Lebanon Democrat

Wilson County bus drivers to get new app to deal with student discipline; pay raise also expected – The Tennessean

Community Foundation awards scholarships to Wilson students – The Lebanon Democrat

Lebanon High School unveils biotech lab – The Lebanon Democrat

LHS unveils state’s first school biotech lab – The Wilson Post

Is student behavior on buses part of ‘dire’ Wilson County driver shortage? – The Tennessean

Why 800 Wilson County students are eligible for college credit with high AP scores – The Tennessean

Wilson County Schools’ students increase AP scores – Mt. Juliet News

State graduation rate reaches record high – The Lebanon Democrat

Tennessee posts highest high school graduation rate on record for the state – The Tennessean

County Schools see level 3 TVAAS growth – Lebanon Democrat

Sextortion cases in Wilson County prompt meeting with parents, homeland security – WKRN

Wilson County Schools to conduct parent, teacher survey on 3 fall break options – The Tennessean

Hopes for new Mt. Juliet high school still alive as county to study other funding options – The Tennessean

For Young Middle Tennessee Students, The Solar Eclipse May Become Their Earliest Memory In School – NPR

Wilson Co. Schools stands by decision to stay in school for eclipse – WKRN

Schools to remain open for solar eclipse – The Lebanon Democrat

School board begins to ponder rezoning – The Lebanon Democrat

Wilson County’s West Elementary brings the house to school – The Tennessean

Wilson Co. Faces Overcrowding and Shortage of Classrooms – WKRN

Wilson County up over 400 students from last year – The Tennessean

No new Mt. Juliet high school in Wilson Co. Budget – The Tennessean

Witness Eclipse During Wilson Co. Fair – The Wilson Post

New Springdale Elementary offers glimpse into Wilson Co. future as school year begins – The Tennessean

Mt. Juliet H.S. student appears on ESPN segment – WKRN

Fair school exhibits to expand – The Lebanon Democrat

Tennessee Department of Education Awards Over $1 Million to Support School Leader Development – Tennessee Department of Education

What you need to know about the start of school in Wilson County  – The Tennessean

County Approves School Budget  – The Lebanon Democrat

County schools unveils renovations, break ground –  The Lebanon Democrat

Wilson County Schools, like many districts, struggle to find enough bus drivers – WKRN

Wilson County Schools safety plan unlike any other in Tennessee – WKRN

Drivers Repeatedly Ignore Bus Stop Signs – WTVF

Wilson County Schools prepares educational experience for solar eclipse – WKRN

Wilson County teachers getting a lesson in total solar eclipse – WSMV

August’s solar eclipse won’t eclipse education – Tennessean and USA Today

Dark day ahead for Wilson – The Wilson Post