Wilson County Schools’ Technology Vision was a program that was hosted by the Wilson County Chambers of Commerce, Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown. The event featured two sessions, one in Lebanon and one in Mt. Juliet.
The sessions were aimed to share the vision that Wilson County Schools’ administration has for the advancement of technology in Wilson County Schools and to educate on why it is so important to make that vision a reality. It is said that technology is becoming more pertinent in our society day by day; therefore, it is critical to equip the generations to come with the necessary skills to be successful in a technology-driven world and to offer avenues for them to add technological resources to their learning in schools.
Director of Wilson County Schools Dr. Donna Wright lead the sessions and Principal Jeff Luttrell of Watertown High School joined her to speak at the Lebanon session, while Principal Mel Brown joined and spoke at the Mt. Juliet session. Both sessions were successful and very informative.