Public given variety of opportunities to meet WCS school board’s pick for superintendent


Public given variety of opportunities to meet WCS school board’s pick for superintendent

By JOHN McBRYDE

Now that the Williamson County Schools’ Board of Education has entered into negotiations with interim Superintendent Jason Golden for the position of the district’s superintendent, he will be available to meet the public in a variety of settings.

Golden had a Facebook Live session Wednesday described as a “meet and greet.” There will be another one June 6 at 11:30 a.m. To access, go to the WCS Facebook page.

Golden will have an in-person “Let’s Meet” today at 6 p.m. at Centennial High School, and he’ll be attending graduation ceremonies this weekend for Fairview, Brentwood, Franklin and Nolensville high schools.

On June 4 at 10 a.m. at the WCS office at 1320 West Main St. in Franklin, Golden will have his final in-person “Let’s Meet” session.

Golden, who had served as the system’s deputy superintendent since 2012, was named interim to fill in for former Superintendent Mike Looney, who left to take the same position with Fulton County Schools in Atlanta. Golden has been with WCS since 2002 and has also served as general counsel for the district.

Tennessee law requires the school board to give the public a 15-day notice before making the decision to offer Golden a contract.

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