FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A survey designed to help foster a bully-free school atmosphere and create an environment in which students are respectful and responsible has some parents upset over questions they believe were an invasion of privacy and home life.
Parents of the fourth and sixth graders at Leo Elementary School said they were not notified of the test before it was administered in November. Instead, they found out about its content from their children after they took it during school.
One parent said some questions asked children about their personal lives, such as how much time they spend home alone and whether or not they use their IPads during dinner time.