The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department's Rhythm & Spirit Dance program is a great way for children and teens to express themselves creatively and positively. The program also hosts competitions open to all students attending a public, private, or domestic school in Williamson County. Recently, several Williamson County schools have achieved success in state dance and animation competitions. Eleventh and twelfth grade students can also participate in an essay contest about their vision for Williamson County in the next 175 years. The Brown Santa Association of Williamson County is hosting a golf tournament on April 3rd at the Star Ranch Golf Club.
Additionally, students in grades 3 through 10 can take part in an art contest to design an 8.5 x 11 poster for Williamson County to commemorate its 175th anniversary. The Round Rock Metropolitan Area Community Foundation, main sponsor of Williamson County's 175th anniversary celebration, along with Williamson County and the Williamson Museum, are organizing contests for students to celebrate the county's milestone. The Brentwood Academy dance team won the state competition for dance teams in the small college jazz division. The Rhythm & Spirit Dance program offers classes for children and teens to dance and express themselves in a positive, non-competitive environment. Williamson County is a great place to learn and practice dance. With its 175th anniversary celebrations, there are plenty of opportunities for students to showcase their talents and be part of something special.
Whether it's through competitions or art contests, there are plenty of ways for students to get involved and celebrate this momentous occasion.