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What kinds of struggles do teenagers in [YEAR] face?
What kinds of problems do students face that you wish more people knew/talked/cared about?
When there is a problem, you can either deal with it or try to fix it. Which approach do you typically choose?
"Dealing with it" is sometimes the best option. It takes strength to withstand adversity. But sometimes dealing with it is simply the easiest option. How do you know when to deal with it and when to do something about it?
What are some reasons that we don't ask for help?
What are some of the reasons we don't share when someone we know needs help?
Does anyone have an example of when you wish someone would have helped you or a friend?
What do you think the outcome would have been if someone had been told?
What kinds of dangers do teenagers in [YEAR] face?
Do you feel safe at school? Why or why not?
What about dangers outside of school?
What would you do if a friend told you they were considering taking their own life?
What would you do if a friend told you they had an inappropriate interaction with someone older? What if it were consensual? What if it were not?
What would you do if a friend told you there was violence at home?
When do you know that a friend's problem is too much for you to handle on you own?
Why is it important for an adult to intervene rather than students handling everything themselves?
How would you respond if you heard someone make a threat to hurt someone at school?
Why is it important to take every threat seriously?
Why is it important that we tell someone when a guy or girl can't let go of a breakup or they become possessive, jealous, hurtful or even violent?
How does keeping our school safe affect academics/grades? Why is that important?
Since we all seem to be struggling in some way, how can we overcome our fears and our differences so that we can better take care of each other?