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Henderson County Schools Offers a Mental Health Screening Tool for Students

All versions of the SDQ ask about 25 attributes, some positive and others negative.  These 25 items are divided between 5 scales:


1) emotional symptoms (5 items)

2) conduct problems (5 items)

3) hyperactivity/inattention (5 items)

4) peer relationship problems (5 items)

5) prosocial behavior (5 items)

All information will remain confidential and is optional to complete.
The information will be used to identify students who are struggling with internalizing or externalizing behaviors so that each student’s Mental Health Team (Schools Counselor, Mental Health Counselor, School Psychologist & FRC) can provide additional support to them. 

The questionnaire will be available to complete Thursday, January 21st through Thursday, February 4th. 

Parents are encouraged to complete this form for students ages 4-10. 

One form per student.

Questionnaire must be completed by February 4th

CLICK HERE for Parents to complete for students ages 4-10

CLICK HERE for Parents to complete for students ages 11-17

CLICK HERE for Students to complete ages 11-17

For more information contact Henderson County Schools Project Aware Grant Director  Jamie Like at 270-831-5010 or

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