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Welcome to the Williamson County Education Association

The Williamson County Education Association exists to work for the welfare of children,   the advancement of education, and the improvement of instructional opportunities for all.

Our aim is to unite and strengthen the teaching profession and to secure and maintain economic and professional security for our members.



A Message from our WCEA President, Kevin King:


The TEA Representative Assembly was in Williamson County celebrating 150 years!!!!




WCEA Wins the Membership Awards for

Greatest Number of New Members and the Greatest Potential.

This reward is the result of the hard work from our Association Representatives,

in those schools every day supporting and helping our members to be the best they

can be. In addition, our new President Larry Dickens and Valerie Hulgan, our

WCEA Membership Chair have been relentless . . . LOL!


In addition - Kawanda Braxton was elected to the

TEA Board of Directors holding the position of

Middle TN Black Classroom Teacher!!!!

Congratulations Kawanda and THANK YOU for all you do for our teachers.

Furthermore, Kawanda won the DECADE OF DEDICATION award - celebrating

10 years seated on the WCEA Executive Board as the Minority Affairs Chair,

President-Elect, President, and Past President.  And lastly, Kawanda has already 

served 3 years on the TEA Board of Directors representing district 8.


Even some Williamson County students

participated in the opening ceremonies!!!!!!

Addie Pollard from Centennial High School sang our National Anthem

while the Franklin High School JROTC guarded the colors. Special thanks

to the CHS vocal director Jeff Myrick and our long-time, loyal member

Sgt. Foster Montgomery at FHS. Their involvement and support made the

event a bit more special to the Williamson County teachers in attendance.


Another GREAT DAY in May for everyone in WCEA!!!!!!




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