student taking a test

Friday, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Dr. Looney alerted students and parents that the previously scheduled Oct 2 ACT test has been re-scheduled due to an out of state security breach.

The ACT senior director of media and public relations Ed Colby told WSMV that testing was postponed due to “a compromise in the testing process,” which was explained as “an event that could impact the fairness of the exam.”

Colby adds the incident is still under investigation but he cannot comment on what specifically occurred.

Students who were signed up for the Oct. 2 test date will now take the test on Oct. 16.

Improve Your Heart Health with All-Natural Soltea Daily Supplement – Click Now to Save 25% Off Your First Order
All-Natural Heart Health Supplement – Save 25% Now
Coding for kids! Introducing programming games for the next generation. Get your kids coding today.
Start with a free trial.
Acorns helps you grow your money. Take control with all-in-one investment, retirement, checking and more.
Get a $5 bonus when you sign up.
The easiest way to compare and save on home and auto insurance. Match coverage, compare rates and save.
Find hundreds in savings now!
Grow Credit
Grow Credit is a free Mastercard you can use to pay your subscriptions while you build credit.
Start building your credit today!
Lower your bills and stay on top of your financial life with Truebil, the app that helps you save every day.
Take control & start saving money!
Know your spending habits, anticipate overdrafts, and get up to $250. Only takes 2 minutes. No credit check.
Get your finances on track.
Overcome your credit card debt with Tally. Consolidate and save money while you pay it down.
Get started with Tally today.