ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - She was hailed a hero for saving an entire school full of students from a shooter and now, she's finding new ways to help students in her community.
Antoinette Tuff is known for talking down a gunman that came to the DeKalb County school she worked at back in 2014.
Years later, she has a new purpose that focuses on educating and helping local students succeed.
Tuff is the founder and CEO of Kids on the Move for Success.
Her mission is to mentor students and educate them about the world of STEAM which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.
Tuff's method includes having students teach each other.
She also has college, high school, and middle school students mentor children in her program.