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* 1. I am in grade

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* 2. Connection is a sense of belonging to a community, to your school.  Connection involves your level of trust with adults and your personal relationships in your school community.

I have one or more adult(s) that I trust in my school.

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* 3. I feel heard and accepted by at least one or more adult(s) in my school.

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* 4. There are places I can go in my school when I need support from adults.

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* 5. I feel good about the friends I have in my school.

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* 6. I feel accepted by my peers.

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* 7. Emotional safety means to be free from bullying, insults, peer pressure and the freedom to be yourself. 

How emotionally safe do you feel at school?

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* 8. I avoid certain places in my school because it feels uncomfortable.

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* 9. There are places in the school where I can feel comfortable and safe.

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* 10. Well-being describes you overall; your social, emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual health.  Examples of well-being may include being physically active, being involved with friends and activities, having a sense of purpose and having things to look forward to.

Being at school supports my well-being.

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* 11. Identity describes who you are.   Examples of  identity may include personal experiences, activities, family history, heritage, ethnic origin, spirituality, religion, where I live, sexual orientation and groups I identify with (including family, friends, peers and virtual communities).

I have the freedom to express my identity in my school community.

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* 12. School history is the story of your school up until now.   Examples of history may include past school community experiences, events, successes, celebrations, adversity, losses and tragedies.

Has the history of this school community impacted your current experience at school?

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* 13. Your future is what you are creating and growing into, who you will become.

Overall, I think my school experiences (academic, social, personal) are helping me get ready for the future.

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* 14. The next section of the survey asks questions about Mental Health Literacy, your knowledge about mental health issues and how these issues might impact members of our school community (staff and students). These questions are referenced from the GoTo Mental Health Curriculum Guide for Secondary Schools.

You can tell by looking at someone whether they have a mental illness.

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* 15. Once you have a mental illness, you usually have it for life.

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* 16. People should work out their own mental illness.

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* 17. Females are more likely to have a mental illness than males.

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* 18. Medicine should never be used to treat a mental illness.

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* 19. People with a mental illness are usually violent and dangerous.

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* 20. Most mental illnesses are diagnosed during adolescence and early adulthood.

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* 21. People with a mental illness are generally shy and quiet.

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* 22. Mental illness can happen to anybody.

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* 23. You would be willing to have a person with a mental illness at your school or at your work.

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* 24. You would be happy to have a person with mental illness become a close friend.

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* 25. Please add any other comments about Mental Health and your school community.

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