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2015 HEALTHY KIDS COLORADO SURVEY RESULTS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Background ..........................................................................................................................................................i
Questionnaire, Parent Consent, and Survey Administration ..............................................................................i
EXAMPLE: How to Read a Table ..........................................................................................................................ii
Key Definitions .....................................................................................................................................................ii
Considerations When Using the Report ..............................................................................................................iii
Technical Assistance ............................................................................................................................................iii
Demographics
Table 1.
Demographics and Response Rates .................................................................................................1
Body Weight
Table 2.
Table 3.

Percentage of students who self-described themselves as slightly/very overweight .....................2


Percentage of students trying to lose weight ..................................................................................3

Physical Activity
Table 4.
Been physically active 60 minutes on 5+ days during past 7 days...................................................4
Table 5.
Been physically active 60 minutes on none of past 7 days ..............................................................5
Table 6.
Been physically active 60 minutes on all of past 7 days ..................................................................6
Table 7.
Watched TV 3+ hours on average school day ..................................................................................7
Table 8.
Have 3+ hours computer screen time on average school day .........................................................8
Table 9.
Have 3+ hours/day of total screen time on average school day......................................................9
Table 10. Attended PE class 1+ days in an average school week ....................................................................10
Table 11. Played on 1+ sports team in past 12 months ...................................................................................11
Nutrition
Table 12.
Table 13.
Table 14.
Table 15.

Ate fruit 1+ times/day during past 7 days ......................................................................................12


Ate fruit 2+ times/day during past 7 days ......................................................................................13
Ate vegetables 1+ times/day during past 7 days ............................................................................14
Ate vegetables 2+ times/day during past 7 days ............................................................................15

Table 16.
Table 17.

Drank soda 1+ times/day during past 7 days..................................................................................16


Ate breakfast on all of the past 7 days ...........................................................................................17

Bullying
Table 18.
Table 19.
Table 20.

Ever been bullied on school property.............................................................................................18


Ever been electronically bullied ......................................................................................................19
Been teased or name called because of perceived sexual orientation in past 12 months ............20

Safety/Violence
Table 21.
Table 22.
Table 23.
Table 24.
Table 25.

Among bicyclists, those who never/rarely wore bicycle helmet....................................................21


Never/rarely wore a seat belt when riding in a car ........................................................................22
Ever rode in a car driven by someone who had been drinking alcohol .........................................23
Ever carried a weapon, such as a gun, knife or club.......................................................................24
Ever been in a physical fight ...........................................................................................................25

Mental Health
Table 26.
Table 27.
Table 28.
Table 29.
Table 30.
Table 31.
Tobacco
Table 32.
Table 33.
Table 34.
Table 35.
Table 36.

Felt sad or hopeless almost every day for 2 weeks in a row in past 12 months ............................26
Ever seriously thought about killing themselves ............................................................................27
Ever made a plan about how they would kill themselves ..............................................................28
Ever tried to kill themselves............................................................................................................29
Most likely to talk to parent, teacher, or other adult when feel sad, empty, hopeless, angry,
or anxious........................................................................................................................................30
Have an adult to go to for help with a serious problem .................................................................31
Ever tried cigarette smoking ...........................................................................................................32
Smoked a whole cigarette before age 11 .......................................................................................33
Smoked cigarettes during past 30 days ..........................................................................................34
Smoked cigarettes on 20+ days of past 30 days .............................................................................35
Among students who were 16 years old or younger and current smokers, usually got their
own cigarettes by buying them in a store or gas station during the past 30 days.........................36

Table 37.
Table 38.
Table 39.
Table 40.
Table 41.
Alcohol
Table 42.
Table 43.
Table 44.
Table 45.
Table 46.
Table 47.
Table 48.
Table 49.
Table 50.
Table 51.
Table 52.
Table 53.

Feel it would be sort of easy/very easy to get cigarettes ...............................................................37


Think people risk harming themselves by smoking 1+ packs/day..................................................38
Think parents would feel it is wrong/very wrong if the student smoked cigarettes .....................39
Ever used an electronic vapor product ...........................................................................................40
Ever smoked cigarettes or used an electronic vapor product ........................................................41
Ever had a drink of alcohol, other than a few sips .........................................................................42
Had first drink of alcohol other than a few sips before age 11 ......................................................43
Drank alcohol during past 30 days..................................................................................................44
Had 5+ drinks of alcohol in a row during past 30 days ...................................................................45
Think a typical student drank alcohol 1+ days in past 30 days.......................................................46
Think typical student binge drank alcohol 1+ days in past 30 days................................................47
Think access to alcohol is sort of/very easy....................................................................................48
Among current drinkers, those who usually got alcohol from someone who gave it to them
during the past 30 days...................................................................................................................49
Among drinks in past 12 months, usually drank in public setting, on school property, or riding
in car in past 12 months..................................................................................................................50
Think people have moderate/great risk of harming selves if drink 1-2 drinks almost daily ..........51
Think it is wrong/very wrong for someone the students age to drink alcohol regularly (at least
once or twice a month) ...................................................................................................................52
Think parents feel it is wrong/very wrong for the student to drink alcohol regularly (at least
once or twice per month) ...............................................................................................................53

Marijuana and other drugs


Table 54.
Ever used marijuana .......................................................................................................................54
Table 55.
Tried marijuana before age 11 .......................................................................................................55
Table 56.
Used marijuana 1+ times in past 30 days .......................................................................................56
Table 57.
Think access to marijuana is sort of easy/very easy .......................................................................57
Table 58.
Think people risk harming themselves from using marijuana regularly ........................................58
Table 59.
Think it is wrong/very wrong for someone the same age to use marijuana..................................59

Table 60.
Table 61.
Table 62.

Think parents feel it is wrong/very wrong if the student to used marijuana.................................60


Ever sniffed glue or used inhalants .................................................................................................61
Ever taken a prescription drug without a doctors prescription ....................................................62

Substance Use Prevention


Table 63.
Talked with parent about dangers of tobacco, alcohol, or drug use in past 12 months ...............63
Table 64.
Heard, read, or watched prevention advertisements about tobacco, alcohol, or drug use in
past 12 months ...............................................................................................................................64
School & other health topics
Table 65.
Described grades as mostly As and Bs over past 12 months........................................................65
Table 66.
Participate in extracurricular activities at school ...........................................................................66
Table 67.
Think it is important to go to college ..............................................................................................67
Table 68.
Ever been taught about AIDS/HIV at school ...................................................................................68
Table 69.
Ever been told by a doctor/nurse that they had asthma ...............................................................69

Understanding Healthy Kids Colorado Survey


School and District Reports
Background.

The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey (HKCS) collects anonymous health information from middle and high school students throughout the state. HKCS is
conducted during odd-numbered years, most recently in the fall of 2015. More than 40,000 students in 252 middle and high schools participated in the
fall 2015 survey. The questionnaire measures a wide range of health behaviors and things that affect a student's health, including physical activity,
nutrition, health care, bullying, mental health, tobacco and substance use, sexual health (high school only), and family and school protective factors. HKCS
is supported by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Colorado Department of Education (CDE), and Colorado
Department of Human Services (CDHS). The survey is administered from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus by the Community,
Epidemiology & Program Evaluation Group (CEPEG).

Questionnaire, Parental Consent, and Survey Administration.

The majority of HKCS questions are drawn from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, the
nation's largest adolescent health survey, which has been ongoing for more than 20 years. Other questions in HKCS have been added with community
input to meet additional data needs in Colorado.
The questionnaire is available in English and Spanish and takes about 45 minutes, or one class period, to complete by paper and pencil. Teachers are
given a script to read to students that emphasizes the anonymous and voluntary nature of the survey. Parental consent procedures are followed
according to each districts guidelines, with a minimum of two weeks notification in advance of the administration date.
There are two versions of the high school questionnaire, called modules, that have an identical core set of questions plus additional questions
unique to each version. This approach allows more information to be collected while limiting the survey length. Modules A and B contain 107 and 108
questions, respectively. The modules are randomly distributed, so roughly half the students in each classroom complete Module A and half complete
Module B.
The middle school questionnaire contains 68 questions that are age-appropriate for younger adolescents, and the shorter length allows students more
time to answer each question. Classrooms are ineligible to participate if the students are unable to complete the survey in English or Spanish or because
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of disabilities. If a parent chooses not to allow their child to participate, or if the student declines to participate, they are asked to sit quietly at their desk
and work on other school work.
HKCS selects a sample of schools to represent the state of Colorado. Within selected schools, a sample of classrooms were selected to participate in
order to minimize the time commitment from schools. The HKCS was also available to other schools at no cost to participate as a new opportunity in
2013. Many schools chose to participate in order to receive local data to track important health behaviors and protective factors.

EXAMPLE: How to Read a Table.


A. Health behavior

C. Total number of student


responses

B. Estimate

D. Confidence interval
A. Health behavior includes the Table Number and a description of the behavior being reported.
B. Estimate or Percentage: Percentage of students who reported a given behavior or answer. A period (.) appears whenever results meet the
suppression criteria and are not shown to protect student confidentiality.
C. Total Responses: The number of students in the school or district who answered the question being reported. Some students may have chosen
to skip some questions, for a variety of reasons.
D. 95% confidence interval: These numbers define the range that most likely contains the true percentage for your school or district. These
intervals are also called margins of error and indicate the precision of the estimate a larger range indicates less precision, a smaller range
indicates more precision.
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Key Definitions.

Weighting: The results in the current report are adjusted (weighted) so that the answers can represent all students in your school or district. The
process of weighting takes into account each participating students probability of selection and matches the participant group to the total enrollment
by grade, gender, and race/ethnicity.
Response Rates: Response rate is the total number of students who participated in the survey divided by the number of students randomly chosen to
take the survey within a school or district. Generally, the higher the response rate, the more confidence that the survey results reflect the student
population. Student response rates of 80% or higher are very desirable and increase confidence that the results are representative of the entire student
population.
Confidentiality: In order to protect confidentiality, student responses are not released if they might allow someone to identify individual students. A
period (.) appears whenever results meet certain suppression criteria used to maintain confidentiality. Our suppression criteria include results of 0%
or 100%; results where the numerator has 3 or fewer students (e.g., the number of students who answered yes), or the number in the denominator
is 30 or fewer (e.g., the number of students who answered the question).

Considerations When Using the Report.

The results of your school or districts can be compared to the state or regional estimates. When comparing a school or district estimate to a regional or
state estimate, examine the 95% confidence intervals. If they overlap, there is no scientific evidence to believe the estimates are different. If they do
not overlap, there is high confidence that the estimates are different (statistically significant). For statistically significant differences, judgment is
needed to decide whether the size of the difference is meaningful and important.

Technical Assistance.

The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey team can help you:

Understand your report. We are happy to meet or talk with you about any aspect of your report including understanding the nuts and bolts to
identifying the most important indicators
Conduct additional and customized analysis of your data. We are happy to talk with you about custom analysis. Please note that additional
analysis can sometimes be limited based on the sample size. As a general rule of thumb, if there are fewer than 100 respondents, there are a
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limited number of categories that can be used to look at results. Several hundred respondents are typically necessary for estimates with smaller
subgroups. Therefore, custom analysis may be possible with district-level data but not always with school-level data.
Prepare a presentation of the data. We can create a customized Power Point presentation according to your needs.
Present or co-present your data. We are available to travel to your location or be available by webinar/teleconference.

Copies of the middle school survey and both modules of the high school survey can be viewed here.
For further assistance please contact the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey team at hkcs@ucdenver.edu.

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2015 School Response Rate = 92.0%

Table 1. Sample Demographics and Response Rate


Demographic

Number

Number/Total Sample

Total

1030

100%

Female

479

46.8%

Male

545

53.2%

6th Grade

0%

7th Grade

524

51.2%

8th Grade

500

48.8%

American Indian/Alaskan Native

0.4%

Asian

17

1.7%

Black/African American

0.5%

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

0.2%

White

483

47.8%

Hispanic

401

39.7%

Other

99

9.8%

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Table 2. Percentage of students who described themselves as slightly or very overweight

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

19.8

( 18.7 - 21.0 )

Female

26.6

( 24.7 - 28.6 )

Male

12.5

( 9.3 - 15.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

16.7

( 15.8 - 17.5 )

8th

24.3

( 22.6 - 26.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

15.3

( 12.9 - 17.6 )

Hispanic

21.5

( 13.0 - 30.1 )

Other

5.1

( 0.0 - 12.9 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 3. Percentage of students who were trying to lose weight

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

40.5

( 38.6 - 42.5 )

Female

52.3

( 47.7 - 56.8 )

Male

27.9

( 23.8 - 32.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

35.9

( 33.9 - 37.9 )

8th

43.2

( 40.0 - 46.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

31.6

( 27.1 - 36.1 )

Hispanic

50.4

( 46.0 - 54.8 )

Other

52.6

( 46.5 - 58.8 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 4. Percentage of students who were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on five or more of the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

57.1

( 53.1 - 61.2 )

Female

38.3

( 31.4 - 45.1 )

Male

77.5

( 72.6 - 82.3 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

58.9

( 56.0 - 61.9 )

8th

57.6

( 52.7 - 62.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

52.2

( 39.2 - 65.3 )

Hispanic

65.9

( 44.9 - 87.0 )

Other

47.7

( 41.5 - 53.9 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 5. Percentage of students who were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on none of the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

5.4

( 4.8 - 6.0 )

Female

5.7

( 5.1 - 6.2 )

Male

5.0

( 4.4 - 5.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

5.6

( 5.0 - 6.2 )

8th

5.3

( 4.6 - 6.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

3.1

( 2.2 - 4.0 )

Hispanic

4.7

( 0.2 - 9.2 )

(.-.)

Other

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 6. Percentage of students who were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on all seven of the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

35.8

( 33.3 - 38.2 )

Female

26.1

( 23.1 - 29.2 )

Male

46.1

( 42.8 - 49.4 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

37.9

( 34.6 - 41.2 )

8th

35.0

( 31.4 - 38.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

36.1

( 29.8 - 42.5 )

Hispanic

28.5

( 23.1 - 33.9 )

Other

41.9

( 38.3 - 45.5 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 7. Percentage of students who watched three or more hours of TV per day on an average school day

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

9.5

( 3.1 - 15.8 )

Female

5.8

( 0.0 - 13.5 )

Male

13.4

( 8.9 - 18.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

11.8

( 7.3 - 16.4 )

8th

7.1

( 0.0 - 15.9 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

5.4

( 2.9 - 8.0 )

Hispanic

19.4

( 10.3 - 28.4 )

Other

3.6

( 0.0 - 9.4 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 8. Percentage of students who played video or computer games or used a computer for something that was not school work three or more hours per day on an average school day

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

35.0

( 31.2 - 38.8 )

Female

27.3

( 25.8 - 28.7 )

Male

43.2

( 35.3 - 51.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

32.2

( 28.0 - 36.4 )

8th

39.7

( 34.9 - 44.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

31.6

( 25.4 - 37.8 )

Hispanic

34.7

( 30.2 - 39.2 )

Other

83.6

( 59.6 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 9. Percentage of students who have 3+ hours total screen time/average school day

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

50.5

( 48.1 - 52.9 )

Female

41.4

( 37.0 - 45.7 )

Male

60.4

( 54.8 - 66.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

52.5

( 48.6 - 56.4 )

8th

50.5

( 47.2 - 53.7 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

42.0

( 38.0 - 45.9 )

Hispanic

64.8

( 63.4 - 66.2 )

Other

87.8

( 69.8 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 10. Percentage of students who attended physical education (PE) classes on one or more days in an average week when they were in school

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

88.6

( 74.0 - 100.0 )

Female

87.5

( 70.9 - 100.0 )

Male

89.9

( 77.3 - 100.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

89.8

( 76.3 - 100.0 )

8th

86.7

( 70.4 - 100.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

91.0

( 78.4 - 100.0 )

Hispanic

81.7

( 64.2 - 99.3 )

Other

93.7

( 84.1 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 11. Percentage of students who played on one or more sports teams during the past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

68.9

( 61.6 - 76.2 )

Female

67.1

( 59.5 - 74.7 )

Male

70.8

( 63.9 - 77.8 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

67.2

( 59.1 - 75.4 )

8th

69.5

( 61.9 - 77.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

66.5

( 55.0 - 77.9 )

Hispanic

76.5

( 72.9 - 80.2 )

Other

50.8

( 40.4 - 61.2 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 12. Percentage of students who ate fruit 1+ times per day in the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

58.3

( 55.6 - 60.9 )

Female

55.0

( 53.1 - 56.9 )

Male

61.8

( 57.7 - 66.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

48.5

( 46.0 - 51.0 )

8th

72.2

( 61.7 - 82.7 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

66.0

( 64.4 - 67.6 )

Hispanic

44.2

( 41.8 - 46.6 )

Other

89.7

( 74.7 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 13. Percentage of students who ate fruit 2+ times per day in the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

48.4

( 44.9 - 51.8 )

Female

51.7

( 46.0 - 57.3 )

Male

44.8

( 43.6 - 46.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

39.3

( 37.3 - 41.2 )

8th

61.0

( 49.9 - 72.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

51.4

( 49.4 - 53.4 )

Hispanic

40.0

( 33.5 - 46.4 )

Other

87.8

( 69.8 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1022

Table 14. Percentage of students who ate vegetables 1+ times per day in the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

57.4

( 53.0 - 61.8 )

Female

57.8

( 52.9 - 62.6 )

Male

56.9

( 52.6 - 61.3 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

47.8

( 46.0 - 49.6 )

8th

71.0

( 59.2 - 82.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

68.4

( 66.1 - 70.8 )

Hispanic

36.7

( 35.4 - 38.0 )

Other

91.4

( 78.5 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1022

Table 15. Percentage of students who ate vegetables 2+ times per day in the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

41.4

( 37.7 - 45.0 )

Female

37.1

( 34.2 - 40.0 )

Male

46.0

( 41.0 - 51.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

29.4

( 26.1 - 32.7 )

8th

57.0

( 43.2 - 70.7 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

44.0

( 42.9 - 45.1 )

Hispanic

31.8

( 27.3 - 36.4 )

Other

86.9

( 67.6 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1021

Table 16. Percentage of students who drank a can, bottle, or glass of soda or pop one or more times per day during the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

10.9

( 9.2 - 12.6 )

Female

6.6

( 4.9 - 8.2 )

Male

15.6

( 13.8 - 17.4 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

10.2

( 7.6 - 12.7 )

8th

12.2

( 10.5 - 13.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

9.9

( 8.4 - 11.4 )

Hispanic

9.2

( 0.0 - 18.6 )

Other

4.9

( 0.0 - 12.2 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1020

Table 17. Percentage of students who ate breakfast on all of the past seven days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

56.8

( 54.7 - 59.0 )

Female

53.9

( 51.0 - 56.7 )

Male

60.2

( 57.8 - 62.6 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

62.8

( 57.6 - 68.0 )

8th

48.0

( 43.1 - 52.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

58.9

( 52.6 - 65.3 )

Hispanic

57.8

( 39.9 - 75.8 )

Other

57.3

( 55.7 - 58.9 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1007

Table 18. Percentage of students who have ever been bullied on school property

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

47.2

( 44.4 - 49.9 )

Female

49.9

( 48.2 - 51.6 )

Male

44.2

( 39.7 - 48.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

41.0

( 37.1 - 44.9 )

8th

56.9

( 45.4 - 68.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

43.5

( 40.1 - 46.9 )

Hispanic

37.2

( 34.8 - 39.7 )

Other

91.3

( 77.9 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1005

Table 19. Percentage of students who had ever been electronically bullied

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

22.5

( 20.4 - 24.6 )

Female

23.5

( 21.5 - 25.5 )

Male

21.3

( 15.5 - 27.2 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

15.7

( 13.4 - 17.9 )

8th

31.7

( 23.3 - 40.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

23.4

( 21.2 - 25.6 )

Hispanic

9.9

( 0.2 - 19.6 )

Other

83.7

( 59.7 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1002

Table 20. Percentage of students who had been teased or name called because of perceived sexual orientation during the past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

17.5

( 16.3 - 18.7 )

Female

12.0

( 10.6 - 13.4 )

Male

23.5

( 19.7 - 27.3 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

11.2

( 7.6 - 14.8 )

8th

25.9

( 19.2 - 32.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

19.8

( 17.8 - 21.9 )

Hispanic

13.3

( 9.1 - 17.4 )

Other

38.7

( 31.1 - 46.2 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 942

Table 21. Among students who ride a bicycle, the percentage who never or rarely wear a bicycle helmet

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

37.6

( 28.4 - 46.7 )

Female

31.6

( 20.0 - 43.3 )

Male

43.6

( 37.2 - 50.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

36.2

( 27.7 - 44.7 )

8th

40.9

( 31.3 - 50.5 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

27.8

( 24.9 - 30.8 )

Hispanic

61.1

( 42.6 - 79.6 )

Other

13.3

( 0.0 - 33.1 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1021

Table 22. Percentage of students who never/rarely wear a seat belt while riding in a car

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

0.8

( 0.0 - 1.8 )

Female

0.3

( 0.0 - 0.9 )

Male

1.2

( 0.0 - 2.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

0.6

( 0.0 - 1.4 )

8th

0.9

( 0.0 - 2.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

0.3

( 0.0 - 0.8 )

Hispanic

1.7

( 0.0 - 3.6 )

Other

0.9

( 0.0 - 2.4 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1012

Table 23. Percentage of students who ever rode in a car driven by someone who had been drinking alcohol

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

23.6

( 22.5 - 24.6 )

Female

26.5

( 24.9 - 28.2 )

Male

20.4

( 19.2 - 21.6 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

16.9

( 13.3 - 20.5 )

8th

32.3

( 25.0 - 39.7 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

22.6

( 21.0 - 24.3 )

Hispanic

20.0

( 18.3 - 21.8 )

Other

5.8

( 0.0 - 14.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 993

Table 24. Percentage of students who ever carried a weapon such as a gun, knife, or club

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

24.6

( 21.2 - 28.0 )

Female

6.9

( 4.7 - 9.2 )

Male

44.0

( 33.4 - 54.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

22.0

( 17.0 - 27.1 )

8th

28.8

( 25.5 - 32.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

22.2

( 20.1 - 24.3 )

Hispanic

25.4

( 17.1 - 33.8 )

Other

40.5

( 35.6 - 45.4 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 994

Table 25. Percentage of students who have ever been in a physical fight

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

38.1

( 37.2 - 38.9 )

Female

21.8

( 20.7 - 22.9 )

Male

56.2

( 53.9 - 58.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

33.0

( 28.8 - 37.1 )

8th

45.9

( 38.8 - 52.9 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

31.1

( 29.9 - 32.4 )

Hispanic

49.9

( 43.6 - 56.2 )

Other

55.3

( 52.4 - 58.1 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 999

Table 26. Percentage of students who felt so sad or hopeless almost every day for two weeks or more in a row that they stopped doing some usual activities during the past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

26.6

( 24.8 - 28.5 )

Female

34.0

( 31.9 - 36.1 )

Male

18.4

( 15.1 - 21.8 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

16.4

( 11.7 - 21.0 )

8th

40.3

( 29.4 - 51.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

19.8

( 16.4 - 23.3 )

Hispanic

27.5

( 20.3 - 34.8 )

Other

52.8

( 46.9 - 58.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 991

Table 27. Percentage of students who ever seriously thought about killing themselves

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

21.9

( 18.3 - 25.5 )

Female

26.2

( 23.8 - 28.6 )

Male

17.1

( 12.4 - 21.9 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

13.4

( 12.3 - 14.6 )

8th

33.1

( 22.4 - 43.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

15.4

( 12.4 - 18.3 )

Hispanic

21.3

( 18.8 - 23.7 )

Other

50.0

( 40.3 - 59.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 995

Table 28. Percentage of students who ever made a plan about how they would kill themselves

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

23.9

( 16.2 - 31.6 )

Female

28.0

( 21.2 - 34.9 )

Male

19.4

( 11.3 - 27.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

15.1

( 12.5 - 17.7 )

8th

35.7

( 19.5 - 51.9 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

21.1

( 14.2 - 28.0 )

Hispanic

17.6

( 14.1 - 21.0 )

Other

48.8

( 37.7 - 59.9 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 996

Table 29. Percentage of students who ever tried to kill themselves

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

11.4

( 8.4 - 14.5 )

Female

14.8

( 12.4 - 17.2 )

Male

7.7

( 4.5 - 11.0 )

(.-.)

6th
7th

4.9

( 3.8 - 6.0 )

8th

19.9

( 11.0 - 28.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

3.6

( 3.1 - 4.1 )

Hispanic

10.2

( 8.8 - 11.7 )

Other

45.9

( 30.5 - 61.3 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 816

Table 30. Percentage of students who would most likely talk to a parent, teacher, or other adult when feeling sad, empty, hopeless, angry, or anxious

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

34.9

( 32.1 - 37.7 )

Female

31.4

( 27.8 - 34.9 )

Male

38.7

( 36.3 - 41.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

41.1

( 39.4 - 42.7 )

8th

30.5

( 26.8 - 34.2 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

42.3

( 39.1 - 45.4 )

Hispanic

17.6

( 2.5 - 32.7 )

Other

6.2

( 0.0 - 15.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1017

Table 31. Percentage of students who have an adult to go to for help with a serious problem

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

78.5

( 76.6 - 80.5 )

Female

81.9

( 79.5 - 84.4 )

Male

74.9

( 73.0 - 76.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

84.4

( 80.7 - 88.2 )

8th

70.7

( 67.5 - 74.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

83.2

( 81.8 - 84.5 )

Hispanic

69.8

( 68.2 - 71.4 )

Other

50.6

( 40.1 - 61.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1008

Table 32. Percentage of students who ever tried cigarette smoking, even one or two puffs

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

9.4

( 7.7 - 11.1 )

Female

9.5

( 7.4 - 11.6 )

Male

9.3

( 7.9 - 10.7 )

(.-.)

6th
7th

4.5

( 4.1 - 5.0 )

8th

15.5

( 9.9 - 21.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

4.1

( 3.0 - 5.2 )

Hispanic

15.8

( 11.5 - 20.2 )

Other

1.5

( 0.0 - 4.1 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 992

Table 33. Percent of students who ever smoked a whole cigarette before the age of 11
Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

0.3

( 0.0 - 0.7 )

(.-.)

0.5

( 0.0 - 1.2 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

0.3

( 0.0 - 0.6 )

8th

0.2

( 0.0 - 0.5 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

(.-.)

0.8

( 0.0 - 1.8 )

(.-.)

Total
Sex

Female
Male

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Hispanic
Other

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 34. Percentage of students who smoked cigarettes on one or more of the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

2.3

( 1.4 - 3.2 )

Female

4.0

( 2.1 - 6.0 )

Male

0.4

( 0.0 - 1.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

0.4

( 0.0 - 1.0 )

8th

4.5

( 1.7 - 7.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

(.-.)

Hispanic

0.8

( 0.0 - 1.9 )

Other

0.6

( 0.0 - 1.8 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1003

Table 35. Percentage of students who smoked cigarettes on 20 or more of the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

(.-.)

Female

(.-.)

Male

(.-.)

6th

(.-.)

7th

(.-.)

8th

(.-.)

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

(.-.)

Hispanic

(.-.)

Other

(.-.)

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 8

Table 36. Among students who were 16 years old or younger and who reported current cigarette use, the percentage who usually got their own cigarettes by buying them in a store or gas
station during the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

(.-.)

Female

(.-.)

Male

(.-.)

6th

(.-.)

7th

(.-.)

8th

(.-.)

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

(.-.)

Hispanic

(.-.)

Other

(.-.)

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 953

Table 37. Percent of students who feel it would be sort of easy or very easy to get cigarettes if they wanted

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

28.4

( 25.7 - 31.1 )

Female

26.7

( 22.9 - 30.4 )

Male

30.1

( 28.2 - 32.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

17.6

( 15.0 - 20.2 )

8th

41.5

( 32.2 - 50.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

19.7

( 18.6 - 20.8 )

Hispanic

42.4

( 26.6 - 58.2 )

Other

6.8

( 0.0 - 17.4 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1004

Table 38. Percentage of students who think people who smoke one or more packs of cigarettes per day have a moderate/great risk of harming themselves

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

95.2

( 92.0 - 98.5 )

Female

97.4

( 93.9 - 100.0 )

Male

92.9

( 90.1 - 95.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

96.6

( 92.1 - 100.0 )

8th

93.7

( 92.2 - 95.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

96.0

( 95.5 - 96.6 )

Hispanic

92.5

( 85.1 - 99.9 )

Other

97.8

( 94.2 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1008

Table 39. Percentage of students who think their parents or guardians would feel it is wrong/very wrong if they smoked cigarettes

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

96.2

( 94.3 - 98.1 )

Female

96.0

( 94.0 - 97.9 )

Male

96.4

( 94.7 - 98.2 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

99.6

( 99.1 - 100.0 )

8th

92.0

( 86.9 - 97.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

97.2

( 96.0 - 98.5 )

Hispanic

99.6

( 99.1 - 100.0 )

Other

99.8

( 99.3 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1004

Table 40. Percentage of students who have ever used an electronic vapor product

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

10.7

( 7.7 - 13.7 )

Female

11.1

( 10.2 - 12.0 )

Male

10.2

( 4.1 - 16.3 )

(.-.)

6th
7th

4.0

( 0.0 - 9.3 )

8th

18.5

( 17.1 - 19.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

8.3

( 7.3 - 9.3 )

Hispanic

12.1

( 0.9 - 23.3 )

Other

3.3

( 0.0 - 8.6 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 998

Table 41. Percentage of students who ever smoked cigarettes or used an electronic vapor product

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

14.7

( 12.9 - 16.5 )

Female

11.8

( 10.4 - 13.2 )

Male

18.0

( 15.8 - 20.2 )

(.-.)

6th
7th

7.7

( 3.4 - 12.1 )

8th

23.3

( 20.2 - 26.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

8.7

( 7.7 - 9.6 )

Hispanic

24.5

( 22.4 - 26.6 )

Other

3.5

( 0.0 - 9.1 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 972

Table 42. Percentage of students who had ever had a drink of alcohol, other than a few sips

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

21.3

( 19.3 - 23.4 )

Female

17.8

( 15.7 - 19.8 )

Male

25.0

( 23.0 - 27.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

13.8

( 8.5 - 19.1 )

8th

30.7

( 27.1 - 34.2 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

19.1

( 17.5 - 20.6 )

Hispanic

25.6

( 20.1 - 31.1 )

Other

50.9

( 42.5 - 59.3 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 946

Table 43. Percentage of students who had their first drink of alcohol other than a few sips before the age of 11

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

7.6

( 6.4 - 8.7 )

Female

1.9

( 0.0 - 4.4 )

Male

13.5

( 12.4 - 14.6 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

6.4

( 3.5 - 9.3 )

8th

9.2

( 7.9 - 10.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

4.4

( 3.1 - 5.8 )

Hispanic

15.8

( 11.3 - 20.4 )

Other

3.4

( 0.0 - 8.9 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 973

Table 44. Percentage of students who had at least one drink of alcohol on one or more of the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

5.2

( 4.8 - 5.6 )

Female

5.3

( 4.6 - 5.9 )

Male

5.1

( 4.6 - 5.7 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

4.6

( 3.9 - 5.2 )

8th

6.1

( 4.8 - 7.3 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

1.2

( 0.0 - 2.8 )

Hispanic

8.2

( 6.1 - 10.3 )

Other

46.2

( 31.1 - 61.3 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1010

Table 45. Percentage of students who had five or more drinks of alcohol in a row, that is, within a couple of hours, on one or more of the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

2.6

( 2.1 - 3.1 )

Female

4.3

( 2.7 - 6.0 )

Male

0.8

( 0.0 - 1.8 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

0.6

( 0.0 - 1.5 )

8th

4.8

( 2.6 - 7.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

0.2

( 0.0 - 0.6 )

Hispanic

1.5

( 0.0 - 3.2 )

Other

44.5

( 27.0 - 62.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1013

Table 46. Percentage of students who think a typical student drank alcohol 1+ days during the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

21.6

( 11.9 - 31.4 )

Female

28.3

( 20.2 - 36.4 )

Male

14.7

( 2.6 - 26.8 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

17.2

( 7.6 - 26.8 )

8th

27.5

( 18.0 - 37.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

17.0

( 4.8 - 29.2 )

Hispanic

30.5

( 25.8 - 35.1 )

Other

6.8

( 0.0 - 17.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1012

Table 47. Percentage of students who think a typical student binge drank (5 or more drinks of alcohol in a row within a couple of hours) 1+ days during the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

11.2

( 4.4 - 18.0 )

Female

15.8

( 9.6 - 22.0 )

Male

6.4

( 0.0 - 14.3 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

10.5

( 4.0 - 17.0 )

8th

12.3

( 5.3 - 19.3 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

5.0

( 0.0 - 11.8 )

Hispanic

19.3

( 13.4 - 25.1 )

Other

6.0

( 0.0 - 14.9 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 958

Table 48. Percent of students who feel it would be sort of easy or very easy to get alcohol if they wanted

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

39.9

( 37.2 - 42.7 )

Female

40.0

( 35.1 - 44.9 )

Male

39.9

( 38.7 - 41.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

24.4

( 19.2 - 29.7 )

8th

58.9

( 46.1 - 71.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

37.3

( 35.9 - 38.7 )

Hispanic

31.0

( 27.6 - 34.4 )

Other

88.2

( 70.7 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 53

Table 49. Among students who reported current alcohol use, the percentage who usually got the alcohol they drank from someone who gave it to them during the past 30 days
Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

11.6

( 0.0 - 28.8 )

(.-.)

14.7

( 0.0 - 36.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

(.-.)

8th

(.-.)

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

(.-.)

Hispanic

(.-.)

Other

(.-.)

Total
Sex

Female
Male

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 149

Table 50. Percentage of students who usually drank in a public setting, on school property, or riding in a car, of all students who drank in past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

16.5

( 15.0 - 18.0 )

Female

4.4

( 0.0 - 10.7 )

Male

33.6

( 16.4 - 50.8 )

(.-.)

6th
7th

6.0

( 0.0 - 13.5 )

8th

23.8

( 18.4 - 29.2 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

4.8

( 0.0 - 11.0 )

Hispanic

34.3

( 17.2 - 51.5 )

(.-.)

Other

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1011

Table 51. Percentage of students who think people who drink one or two drinks nearly every day have moderate/great risk of harming themselves

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

74.6

( 73.4 - 75.7 )

Female

85.9

( 81.8 - 89.9 )

Male

62.8

( 56.0 - 69.6 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

70.5

( 68.2 - 72.9 )

8th

78.2

( 77.3 - 79.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

74.7

( 73.9 - 75.5 )

Hispanic

77.9

( 74.6 - 81.1 )

Other

60.6

( 54.6 - 66.5 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1010

Table 52. Percentage of students who think it is wrong/very wrong for someone the same age to drink alcohol regularly (at least once or twice per month)

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

91.0

( 90.1 - 92.0 )

Female

94.2

( 93.6 - 94.9 )

Male

87.7

( 85.1 - 90.3 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

92.5

( 91.1 - 93.9 )

8th

89.0

( 87.6 - 90.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

92.9

( 92.4 - 93.5 )

Hispanic

91.0

( 89.8 - 92.3 )

Other

97.6

( 93.9 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1018

Table 53. Percentage of students who think their parents or guardians would feel it is wrong/very wrong if they drank alcohol regularly (once or twice per month)

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

93.2

( 92.4 - 94.0 )

Female

94.5

( 93.8 - 95.1 )

Male

91.8

( 90.0 - 93.6 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

95.1

( 94.2 - 96.0 )

8th

90.8

( 87.9 - 93.7 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

92.5

( 91.5 - 93.5 )

Hispanic

92.2

( 89.9 - 94.5 )

Other

99.1

( 97.5 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1008

Table 54. Percentage of students who have ever used marijuana

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

4.6

( 4.1 - 5.1 )

Female

0.9

( 0.0 - 2.2 )

Male

8.5

( 7.0 - 10.0 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

3.9

( 3.1 - 4.7 )

8th

5.5

( 4.7 - 6.3 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

3.2

( 2.6 - 3.8 )

Hispanic

8.3

( 5.9 - 10.7 )

Other

2.0

( 0.0 - 5.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1004

Table 55. Percentage of students who tried marijuana for the first time before the age of 11
Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

0.2

( 0.0 - 0.4 )

(.-.)

0.2

( 0.0 - 0.6 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

0.3

( 0.0 - 0.7 )

8th

(.-.)

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

(.-.)

Hispanic

(.-.)

Other

(.-.)

Total
Sex

Female
Male

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Table 56. Percentage of students who used marijuana one or more times during the past 30 days

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

0.6

( 0.0 - 1.3 )

Female

0.3

( 0.0 - 0.8 )

Male

0.8

( 0.0 - 1.9 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

0.4

( 0.0 - 1.0 )

8th

0.8

( 0.0 - 1.7 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

0.2

( 0.0 - 0.4 )

Hispanic

1.5

( 0.1 - 2.9 )

Other

0.7

( 0.0 - 1.8 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 980

Table 57. Percent of students who feel it would be sort of easy or very easy to get marijuana if they wanted

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

17.4

( 15.6 - 19.3 )

Female

15.8

( 13.1 - 18.4 )

Male

19.2

( 17.9 - 20.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

17.3

( 13.2 - 21.4 )

8th

18.3

( 17.7 - 19.0 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

14.5

( 13.4 - 15.6 )

Hispanic

22.8

( 15.6 - 30.1 )

Other

3.7

( 0.0 - 9.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1017

Table 58. Percentage of students who think people who use marijuana regularly have moderate/great risk of harming themselves

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

79.4

( 78.3 - 80.5 )

Female

84.0

( 82.9 - 85.2 )

Male

74.6

( 72.9 - 76.2 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

85.7

( 83.6 - 87.9 )

8th

71.3

( 67.8 - 74.8 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

83.8

( 82.5 - 85.0 )

Hispanic

72.1

( 66.4 - 77.8 )

Other

50.1

( 40.7 - 59.5 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1021

Table 59. Percentage of students who think it is wrong/very wrong for someone same age to use marijuana

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

95.3

( 94.9 - 95.7 )

Female

98.9

( 97.3 - 100.0 )

Male

91.6

( 89.7 - 93.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

95.7

( 95.1 - 96.2 )

8th

94.7

( 94.2 - 95.2 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

96.4

( 96.2 - 96.5 )

Hispanic

92.0

( 89.5 - 94.5 )

Other

98.2

( 95.5 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1021

Table 60. Percentage of students who think their parents would feel it is wrong/very wrong if they used marijuana

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

97.8

( 97.6 - 98.1 )

Female

99.4

( 98.7 - 100.0 )

Male

96.1

( 94.8 - 97.4 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

99.5

( 98.7 - 100.0 )

8th

95.9

( 94.4 - 97.5 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

96.7

( 96.1 - 97.3 )

Hispanic

99.4

( 98.8 - 100.0 )

Other

98.9

( 97.2 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1018

Table 61. Percentage of students who ever sniffed glue, breathed the contents of spray cans, or inhaled any paints or sprays to get high

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

10.4

( 7.3 - 13.5 )

Female

9.5

( 7.3 - 11.7 )

Male

11.4

( 7.1 - 15.7 )

(.-.)

6th
7th

8.1

( 6.8 - 9.3 )

8th

13.6

( 7.0 - 20.2 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

9.6

( 6.2 - 12.9 )

Hispanic

8.7

( 6.3 - 11.0 )

Other

2.7

( 0.0 - 6.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1015

Table 62. Percentage of students who ever took a prescription drug (such as OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin, codeine, Adderall, Ritalin, or Xanax) without a doctor's prescription

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

2.7

( 2.2 - 3.1 )

Female

0.7

( 0.0 - 1.7 )

Male

4.7

( 4.3 - 5.2 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

4.0

( 3.6 - 4.5 )

8th

1.1

( 0.0 - 2.4 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

3.6

( 3.2 - 4.0 )

Hispanic

1.8

( 0.0 - 3.7 )

(.-.)

Other

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1016

Table 63. Percentage of students who talked with at least one parent about the dangers of tobacco, alcohol, or drug use during the past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

56.0

( 52.1 - 60.0 )

Female

61.6

( 54.6 - 68.5 )

Male

50.0

( 47.9 - 52.1 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

48.6

( 46.9 - 50.2 )

8th

67.3

( 57.5 - 77.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

55.7

( 54.0 - 57.4 )

Hispanic

56.2

( 43.1 - 69.3 )

Other

90.1

( 75.0 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1011

Table 64. Percentage of students who heard, read, or watched an advertisement about preventing tobacco, alcohol, or other drug use sometimes or a lot in past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

74.8

( 73.9 - 75.8 )

Female

77.7

( 76.6 - 78.7 )

Male

71.8

( 69.3 - 74.2 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

72.3

( 71.3 - 73.4 )

8th

76.6

( 75.2 - 78.1 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

80.4

( 79.7 - 81.0 )

Hispanic

63.6

( 54.0 - 73.2 )

Other

95.4

( 88.5 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 991

Table 65. Percentage of students who described their grades as mostly A's or B's over the past 12 months

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

79.9

( 75.1 - 84.6 )

Female

88.7

( 81.2 - 96.1 )

Male

71.1

( 68.6 - 73.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

78.5

( 73.2 - 83.8 )

8th

80.5

( 76.4 - 84.5 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

82.6

( 79.4 - 85.7 )

Hispanic

68.8

( 57.8 - 79.7 )

Other

95.1

( 87.4 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1012

Table 66. Percentage of students who participate in extracurricular activities at school

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

62.1

( 52.4 - 71.7 )

Female

57.5

( 44.3 - 70.6 )

Male

66.6

( 60.8 - 72.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

58.8

( 45.1 - 72.5 )

8th

63.9

( 57.3 - 70.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

63.8

( 55.3 - 72.3 )

Hispanic

65.8

( 56.8 - 74.9 )

Other

50.9

( 40.2 - 61.6 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1011

Table 67. Percentage of students who think it is important or very important to go to college

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

97.3

( 96.8 - 97.9 )

Female

99.1

( 98.0 - 100.0 )

Male

95.5

( 95.1 - 95.9 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

99.2

( 98.2 - 100.0 )

8th

95.3

( 94.6 - 95.9 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

96.6

( 96.1 - 97.2 )

Hispanic

97.7

( 95.4 - 100.0 )

Other

99.1

( 97.5 - 100.0 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1011

Table 68. Percentage of students who had ever been taught in school about AIDS or HIV infection

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

30.5

( 27.2 - 33.8 )

Female

24.0

( 20.2 - 27.8 )

Male

37.2

( 33.4 - 40.9 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

24.9

( 19.7 - 30.1 )

8th

33.7

( 25.8 - 41.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

39.5

( 36.8 - 42.1 )

Hispanic

16.2

( 9.4 - 23.0 )

Other

53.1

( 47.5 - 58.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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Number of Responses: 1007

Table 69. Percentage of students who had ever been told by a doctor or nurse that they had asthma

Sex

Grade

Race/Ethnicity

Percentage (%)*

95% Confidence Interval

Total

13.5

( 12.5 - 14.5 )

Female

12.7

( 11.3 - 14.2 )

Male

14.1

( 12.7 - 15.5 )

6th

(.-.)

7th

11.4

( 10.3 - 12.4 )

8th

16.5

( 14.5 - 18.6 )

American Indian/Alaska Native

(.-.)

Asian

(.-.)

Black/African American

(.-.)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

(.-.)

White

10.1

( 7.3 - 13.0 )

Hispanic

23.8

( 11.7 - 35.9 )

Other

3.5

( 0.0 - 8.7 )

* : All estimates are weighted to reflect the student enrollment for the school or district. For more information about weighting please refer to the introduction to this report.
. : Data are suppressed to ensure confidentiality when the number of students responding is fewer than 30 and/or the number of students responding YES is fewer than 3, 0%, or 100%, as
indicated by a period (.). All percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth.

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