• 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
  • 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…. Read more »

    - Officer Mitch Langseth
  • Mr. John, The GHSO/ThinkFast Interactive program was absolutely awesome!!! The students loved it, the teachers were bragging about it, and I am thoroughly impressed. I do life safety education like this as a full-time job, and this is one of the coolest programs for high school students I have seen. Alan was explaining that you… Read more »

    - Brandon Smith – Public Safety Coordinator

Cranston Public Schools

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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 memorable program I have ever seen. The amount of important information disseminated was impressive and done in a way the teens related to in a very positive way. The student engagement and the energy in that auditorium was contagious. (Then again, we have awesome kids in Cranston!)

If all high school classes were this interesting for students, we would have 100% attendance in every school, every day. Whoever developed and designed this program needs to be congratulated!

Jeannine L. Nota-Masse

Assistant Superintendent

Cranston Public Schools