Mary Ashby, Principal
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
12:00 - 12:30 Lunch
8:30 - 12:00
The Adult High School Staff
Back Row: Patti Huffman - Counselor, Blake Hall - Mathematics, Mary Ashby - Principal, Dr. Ed Johnson - English/Foreign Languages
Front Row: Vikki Adkins - Secretary, Joy Shaw - Social Studies
Download the SafeTN App
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.
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 information received.
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 to report:
• Sexual misconduct
• Bragging about an upcoming planned attack
• Violence or planned violence
• Physical injury or harm to self or others
• Threats of violence
How Do I Get SafeTN?
SafeTN is free. Students, staff, parents, and the community need only to download the free mobile app on a compatible device.
Graduation Ceremony Announcement
Due to continued widespread concerns involving COVID-19, and unknown long-term safe health and well-being activities that would be permitted, Wilson County Schools has postponed previously scheduled graduation ceremonies until further notice.
This decision was a very difficult one to make, but it is the most responsible course of action at this time. For our schools that were scheduled to have graduation ceremonies at the Murphy Center on the campus of MTSU, we want to mention that other graduation ceremonies, including MTSU’s spring commencement in May has also been postponed. Graduation ceremonies are a time of celebration.
The current pandemic guidelines and trends in place would make it practically impossible to plan and honor our seniors the way we’d hoped in May. Individuals and their families’ health and safety was the first priority in making this decision. Our timeframe for releasing information on new ceremony dates and locations is unknown at this time. That information will be based entirely on safe health guidance issued at the national and state levels. We will honor our seniors for their graduation achievements at a later date.