• Mr. John, I attended the program held at Cranston High School East last Thursday. It was one of the most amazing educational opportunities the DOT has ever sponsored! Over the past nineteen years, I have been involved with high schools in Providence, Cranston and East Greenwich; the ThinkFast Interactive Awareness program was certainly the most… Read more »

    - Cranston Public Schools
  • Mr. John, Great speaking with you today! I was really impressed by your ThinkFast Interactive Awareness production and its ability to motivate, engage, and provide awareness to the students of Gibbs High School in Knoxville Tennessee. Some things I think you will be pleased to know your program is doing from a theoretical perspective: Provide… Read more »

    - Holly Errigo – University of Tennessee
  • Hello Mr. John, I want to thank you for making it possible for IB World School’s 8th graders to witness, experience, learn, and participate in one of the best interactive learning activities I’ve seen in my thirty-nine years of teaching. The ThinkFast Interactive Assembly was simply exceptional! The most exciting part was the fact that… Read more »

    - West End Middle IB World School

Officer Mitch Langseth

Posted by on Jun 27, 2013 in | No Comments

From: Officer Mitch Langseth
RE: Driving Safety and Alcohol awareness presentation to Kenai Central high School Alaska.

Dear Mr. John,

I recently attended a production / presentation of ThinkFast Interactive Awareness by your company. This particular presentation was about teen driving safety, alcohol and drug awareness, and targeted about 800 students today during an assembly.

In a word: Fantastic!!!!!!!!!

I have been a police officer in Alaska for 20 years. I have been in a teaching environment for the past 10 years with emphasis on educating students about driving safety, drugs, alcohol, violence, and legal issues. I know as an experienced police officer that telling kids “NO” all the time is very ineffective.

I enjoyed this presentation so much that I contacted the host “LENNY” afterward and told him what a fine job it was and how well the program impacted our students. The music, lights, and game show format were well constructed. I would like to specifically note that I have a critical ear for content and found the Alaska facts about provisional drivers licensing and alcohol to be accurate and well focused for what students are asking me daily. I have already heard positive feedback from students that regarded this as the best “funnest” assembly they have ever attended.

Your company should be recognized for a quality production that not only entertains students, but creates an environment in which students and staff cannot help but learn the critical messages about teens, licensing, and alcohol.

If you have other prospective school with reservations about this production, feel free to use all of part of this email or have them contact me directly.

thanks again.

Mitch Langseth

Kenai Police Department

107 S. Willow Street

Kenai AK 99611

907-283-7879