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Emotion Revolution Survey

posted May 18, 2015, 5:24 AM by Tom Reeve   [ updated Sep 3, 2015, 2:06 PM ]
We are excited to announce that Holliston High School has been selected by the Yale University Center for Emotional Intelligence to participate in their #EmotionRevolution campaign. The Emotion Revolution is a joint effort of Yale University and Lady Gaga’s Born this Way Foundation and is designed to give students a way to share how they feel in school. This partnership will help us serve our students better, because we believe that learning how students feel in school is a key to helping them learn better, feel better and live better.

Central to this effort is a short, 7-minute, anonymous on-line survey that will ask you how you currently feel in school, how you would like to feel in school and what you believe should happen to bridge the gap between the two.  While all responses are anonymous, Holliston High School will receive a compilation of our school-wide results, as well as the results of the survey from across the nation, allowing us to compare how students at HHS feel against your fellow students nationwide.  We expect that this information will help inform our continuing efforts to make HHS an emotionally-safe place for all of students.

Your voice matters! Please go to this link and take the 7-minute survey. Again, your responses are anonymous.  The survey will be available until June 1st.  We hope you will add your voice to our efforts to make HHS a welcoming and safe school environment for all of our students.

Bradford L. Jackson, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools 

Nicole Bottomley
Principal, Holliston High School