end of the line was welcomed at the following locations 2015-2016
MIAA (Mass Interscholastic Athletic Association Faces of Addiction Conference
Point Webster Middle School, Quincy, MA
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, East Boston, MA
Butler Middle School - evening program for the community, Lowell, MA
Lake Region High School, Newport, VT
East Boston High School, East Boston, MA
Watertown Middle School, Watertown, MA
Watertown High School, Watertown, MA
Greater Egleston High School, Roxbury, MA
Wilmington Middle School, Wilmington, MA
Seacoast High School, Revere, MA
NYU Steinhardt School of Theater Education, New York, NY
Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical High School, Taunton, MA
Blue Hills Regional Vocational Technical High School, Canton MA
Delaware Valley Regional High School,Frenchtown, NJ
MIAA "Faces of Addiction" Conference, Franklin, MA
Montville High School, Montville, NJ
Marlboro High School, Marlboro, NJ
"I think my students and staff would gain a lot from this presentation and it willl begin to move us in a direction where students feel supported around this topic and not alone." - teacher at MIAA "Faces of Addiction" conference
Teachers at a middle school in the Boston area said,
- I highly recommend this program for middle school students: I heard them say – it was cool. It was sad.
- This is such a relevant topic right now that kids need to be made aware of. It’s tough to talk about but they need to know what’s out there and what can happen.
- It's truly amazing to read our students' comments. Some broke my heart while others had ideas that made them really think about things.