Holliston Educators Vote “No Confidence” In Superintendent

This week, Holliston educators took an overwhelming vote of ‘no confidence’ in Dr. Susan Kustka as the Superintendent of Holliston Public Schools.

Citing the Superintendent’s failure to provide a supportive work environment within Holliston Public Schools (HPS) where educators feel safe and can flourish, 98% of the voting members of the Holliston Federation of Teachers voted “no confidence” in Dr. Kustka as the Superintendent of Holliston Public Schools. The vote, held by secret ballot over the past week, was 303 votes of “no confidence” to just seven votes of confidence.

“Holliston educators care deeply about the future of our school district. Our school community deserves a leader who is able to prioritize developing relationships and can effectively collaborate with all members of our school community,” said Holliston Federation of Teachers President Jaime Cutone. “The membership of the Holliston Federation of Teachers is united in our view that we have no confidence in the leadership ability of Dr. Susan Kustka. It is time that the School Committee hear our concerns and take action to address the issues brought forward.”

To view the entire content of the Holliston Federation of Teachers’ statement click here -> http://ma.aft.org/news/holliston-educators-vote-no-confidence-superintendent

Press Release


  1. John Losch on May 19, 2023 at 6:23 pm

    My previous comment was, “Specifics?” I thought it was received and would be posted. I guess I was wrong. I think it is still appropriate to ask for details concerning this rather serious situation. We in Holliston pay the bills, and I think it is appropriate for us to know the details surrounding this rather extreme issue.

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