Beginning this summer, in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Education, UT Martin is providing the ACT Success Tactics Workshops and Mastery Classes for free via Zoom to all Tennessee high school teachers and students, designed for rising 11th and 12th graders, to gain knowledge and skills to prepare for and be successful on the ACT.
Beginning June 1 and continuing through the fall of 2022, the series of workshops, office hours, and classes are being held via Zoom for free and accessible here to register click on the link below.
Download SafeTN today!
How Does It Work?
With our anonymous reporting system, students, faculty, parents, and the public can
easily and confidentially report their concerns to help prevent violence in our schools
and our communities. Tips can be submitted 24/7 through the mobile app from any
compatible device. The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security will
review, assess, and then send all submissions to law enforcement, mental health
crisis response teams, and/or school administrators for intervention based on the
What To Report
With SafeTN, you can anonymously report suspicious or
criminal behavior and other safety concerns. You can do this
by reporting observed threats, behaviors, or actions. Here is
an example of some of the common behaviors and incidents
• Sexual misconduct
• Bragging about an upcoming planned attack
• Violence or planned violence
• Physical injury or harm to self or others
• Threats of violence
School safety in the palm of your hand.
SafeTN is a secure, open door communications platform where you can send in tips
and access useful resources to help keep your school and community safe.