Free Teen Driver Awareness Class Registration Open

Teens can now register for a free driver awareness class by the Metropolitan Police Department.

Registration is now open for the Metropolitan Police Department’s free Driver Awareness Class for high school-aged teens. Scheduled for Saturday, June 15, from 8 a.m. to noon, this traffic safety course will be held in the community room of the MNPD’s Madison Precinct located at 400 Myatt Drive. The class is available to all high school-aged teens, regardless of their county of residence.

The class, taught by Nashville police officers, will focus on impaired driving, distracted driving, and overall traffic safety. It will not include behind-the-wheel training.

Interested individuals can sign up for the program online through this Teenage Driver Awareness Class Registration link.

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Free Summer Meals for Nashville Youth

The Metropolitan Action Commission has initiated a program providing free breakfast and lunch for children and youth at 62 locations across Nashville and Davidson County during June and July. Additional support comes from entities like Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee and Metro Nashville Public Schools. More information on meal locations can be found on the Metro Action site at