Parents upset over school survey
Some east-end parents are upset over a survey that was given to their kids from Guildwood Junior Public School.
The Toronto Sun reports that the survey asks students to agree, disagree or stay neutral on 124 questions.
The questions include whether the students are worried about their future. One parent says her daughter wasn't, but she is now.
Another example is, "I like who I am, and I am special to others."
School officials say the purpose of the survey that was given to more than 120 schools is to determine whether kids are satisfied with after-school activities.
One parent tells the Sun she's upset she wasn't notified about the survey.