"Dear Williamson County Schools Parents,

"We wanted to update you on TNReady testing in WCS. Online testing resumed today, and for the most part, it has gone well. Like many other districts across the State, some of our schools experienced difficulties with the submission process, however we don’t believe that student work was lost.

"In an unrelated matter, but in one that affected testing in some schools, more than half of our schools experienced problems with internet connectivity which affected phone service, email and internet this morning. This was an AT&T service provider issue, and they worked through the morning to restore service to all schools. Service was restored by noon.

"Thank you for your continued patience and support."

Carol Birdsong
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