By Jessica GartlandPosted May 07, 2019 12:42:23The high school students of Madison High School in Monroe, Louisiana, are graduating from high school this year.
The school had its high school graduations this year in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
This year, the graduating seniors have been asked to fill out a questionnaire that was administered by the Madison High District and the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the questionnaire, the high school graduates were asked to share the following things about themselves, their friends, family, friends’ parents and the school.
According the questionnaire:Who are you?
What is your name?
What do you do in your spare time?
Are you single?
How do you feel about your body?
Do you like music?
Have you ever had an eating disorder?
Have any of these thoughts that are on your mind?
How did you feel in school last year?
Were you bullied or discriminated against at school?
Were any of the friends or classmates who you did not know, or did not want to go out with you, at school last fall (or in the past)?
Did you go to prom?
Were your friends or teammates still in school?
Did your parents or grandparents ever contact you about your health or other health issues?
What did you do during the week of your high school birthday or graduation?
Do your parents know that you went to high school?
What other special education, physical education, or health problems did you experience?
Were there any health issues you had before graduation that prevented you from going to school?
How often do you attend school?
Do people call you by your name when you call or send a text?
Do teachers call you or you call them?
Are there any people you think of as friends or family?
Do any of your friends ask you to make jokes or share a story at school or school activities?
Do the teachers ever make fun of you or make fun or judgmental comments about your physical appearance?
Are any of you bullied?
How was your school year?
What were some of the things that happened in school to make you feel like you had to do something about your situation?
Did anyone hurt you, or do you think it was your fault?
Do students and teachers in your high schools ever ask you if you are transgender?
Do they tell you that you are gay?
Do other students or teachers tell you they are transgender and that they think you are a boy or a girl?
Do others at school talk about you as if you have to do whatever they want?
How would you describe your friends?
How is your family?
What are your plans for college?
How are you trying to handle your health problems?
What else would you like to know?
What would you do if you found out that someone you cared about was transgender?
Did you get a high school diploma?
Are your friends and family supportive of you?
If so, what did they say?
Have they tried to be supportive?
What have you done to try to be more supportive?
If you answered yes to one or more of the questions about yourself, your friends, your family, your school, or the school, how did they feel about it?
Did they feel bad about it, or are they accepting?
Are they proud of you, proud of your work, proud that you’re doing well?
If they said that they were proud of what you did, or that they supported you, what was their response?
Did they say that you were not good enough, that you should be able to be a better person, that the world is unfair to you?
Did you say that, or was it a question of “why?”
How did they react?
Did their response change your feelings about them?
Were they afraid that you would tell them, or were they afraid of how you might react?
Are other students and staff supportive of your progress?
Are friends or school staff supportive?
Do their parents or friends support you?
Is there someone else in your life who you think is more important?
Did any of them ever make comments about you that were negative, degrading, hurtful, or disrespectful?
Did a teacher ever say, “We want you to be happy”?
Did anyone in your school ever make derogatory remarks about you or your family or friends?
Did an adult in your class ever say that your family was bad, stupid, ugly, or ugly?
Did someone in your family ever say anything negative about you?
Are all of your classmates or teachers supportive?
Did the teacher or other adult tell you, “I know you’re not doing well, and I know that if you just stop doing this, you’ll be OK”?
What were the consequences of what happened to you in school and in the world?
Did anything happen to you because of what someone said about you in class or in the community?
Did other people say something negative about your family to your classmates?
Do anyone you know have been sexually assaulted