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Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use Oakwood ISD Secondary Report

Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use

Contents
Introduction Executive Summary
1 Introduction 2 Demographic Overview 3 Tobacco 3.1 Statewide Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2 Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Alcohol 4.1 Statewide Overview . . . . . 4.2 Environment . . . . . . . . . 4.3 Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 Behavior Associated with Use 5 Illicit and Licit Substances 5.1 Statewide Overview . . . . . 5.2 Environment . . . . . . . . . 5.3 Use of Illicit Substances . . . 5.4 Illicit Use of Licit Substances 5.5 Behavior Associated with Use

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6 Inhalants 6.1 Statewide Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3 Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Drug and Alcohol Information

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Introduction

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Introduction The Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use is sponsored by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and implemented by the Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) at Texas A&M University. The Texas School Survey project is conducted in two parts. First, a statewide survey is administered every two years in a sample of districts throughout the state. The statewide survey helps inform policymakers about the extent and nature of the substance use problem in Texas schools. It also gives districts conducting local surveys a standard of comparison for interpreting their own drug and alcohol survey findings. The second component of the Texas School Survey makes drug and alcohol surveys available for administration in individual school districts. The Texas School Survey is offered annually to every school district in the state. DSHS partially supports these district-level administrations by absorbing the cost of instrument development, funding the preparation of an executive summary of the local results, and providing state survey data as a basis for interpreting local findings. A local administration of the Texas School Survey was conducted in your school district during the spring of 2012. Your local survey results are presented in this report. Findings from the statewide assessment, which was conducted in the spring of 2012, are also presented in the report. Organization of the Report The report is divided into three major sections. Part I, District Results, contains a set of tables and margins summarizing the secondary and (if applicable) elementary survey data for your district. Part II, State Results, will contain a complete set of tables and margins presenting state results in a format similar to your local report. Part III, Executive Summary, will contain a customized written synopsis of the local survey results and a complete set of corresponding figures comparing those local results to the state survey data. Prior to presenting the results, there are a number of important points that should be considered with regard to the data cited in this report. These issues relate both to the 2012 statewide survey as well as to the district-level data from this year. This section briefly presents some basic information regarding the development of the report and the limitations of the data. Background on Local Survey Administration The Texas School Survey is offered for students in grades four through twelve. Two versions of the survey instrument have been developed to accommodate both older and younger students. Each school district had the ability to administer either an online version of the survey via a secure website, or the traditional paper-pencil administration. School districts selected which method of administration they preferred when signing up for the survey. Districts were asked to limit survey administration to one of a fixed set of grade combinations. Below are brief descriptions of the elementary and secondary survey instruments and a review of acceptable grade combinations.

The Texas School Survey Instrument Two versions of the Texas School Survey are available. The first, a six-page questionnaire, is designed for secondary students in grades seven through twelve. The secondary survey instrument explores usage patterns of illicit drugs including tobacco and alcohol products, inhalants, marijuana, powdered cocaine, crack, hallucinogens, uppers, downers, Rohypnol, DXM, steroids, ecstasy, and heroin. Other questions pertain to behavioral and demographic correlates of substance use, problems associated with substance use, and sources of information about help for substance-related problems. A streamlined, three-page instrument is available for students in grades four through six. The questions in the elementary survey are similar to those found in the secondary version, but they have been adapted to be more easily understood by younger respondents (i.e., the language has been simplified wherever possible, students have been asked about fewer drug alternatives, and some complex questions have been omitted). Standard Grade Combinations In order to make state and local comparisons of substance use across all grades, both the state and local aggregate percentages must be based upon the same combinations of grades. Otherwise, state and local data is comparable by individual grade, but overall scores can not be compared directly. Because the 2012 state survey data was run in only a limited number of grade combinations, districts were encouraged to administer their local surveys in the following grade groupings: Elementary 4 through 6 4 through 5 Secondary 7 through 12 9 through 12 8, 10, and 12

If your district did not survey one of the above grade combinations, be aware that you can only compare your district results to the state data by individual grade. Where districts chose to do other combinations of grades, no comparable overall percentages for the state data are available. This will be an especially critical issue for small districts who only receive aggregate data. Limitations of the Data A number of subtle factors, such as sampling error and the limitations of self-reported data, can have a major bearing on the meaning and/or conclusions of the data. In addition, an awareness of the precise population to which findings can be generalized is also valuable because knowing who was not included in the survey can be as important as knowing who was included. In the following

paragraphs, some of the most significant caveats relating to both the statewide and local findings are discussed. Survey Population In generalizing the results of the state and local surveys, it should be remembered that the data were collected in public schools. Neither private school students nor drop-outs were sampled though both represent significant components of the youthful population of Texas. These limitations should be kept in mind when considering the implications of the data. The findings do, however, represent reasonable estimates of drug use among the public school population of Texas and offer a suitable basis of comparison for public school districts. Self-Reported Data The drug and alcohol use data are entirely based on self-reported information. While a number of studies have established the usefulness of self-reported information for estimating the incidence and prevalence of drug use, the validity of these data ultimately depends on the truthfulness, recall, and comprehension of respondents. This study is carefully designed to minimize the impact of these potential sources of error. For example, students who report impossibly high levels of substance use or use of non-existent drugs are eliminated from the analysis. Further, differences in recall or comprehension are assumed to be constant across both the state and local survey samples. Any reporting bias in the data should therefore be approximately equal in both assessments, and comparisons between district and state data should be valid. Nonetheless, the limitations of selfreported information should be considered when drawing conclusions about the data. Sampling Error The 2012 statewide survey data is based on a sample of Texas secondary and elementary students. Because a sample rather than the entire population of students was surveyed, a certain amount of error is introduced when generalizing findings from the sample to the population. To gauge the size of this error, confidence intervals for all estimates are ascertained. In general, however, small differences of a few percentage points are usually not statistically meaningful. Attention should be focused on large differences of five percentage points or more. Survey Protocols and Administration Finally, the accuracy of the data is dependent upon whether school staff followed Texas School Survey protocols for the sampling of students. Analytic Guidelines In processing the drug and alcohol survey data, there are a number of analytic issues that should be addressed. These include questions such as how to identify students who are exaggerating their drug or alcohol use, how best to calculate average substance use figures, how to handle surveys from

students in grades that are not technically being surveyed, and how to classify data for students who fail to report their grade level. This section will review some rules established to deal with these matters. Handling of Exaggerators As discussed above, the survey data presented herein is based entirely upon a respondents description of his or her own behavior. It is inevitable that some students will under- or over-report their use of drugs or alcohol. To the extent possible, an attempt is made to identify and eliminate data from those respondents. Two checks have been incorporated into the data analysis program to identify exaggerators. First, data from students claiming to have used "Damaxil," a non-existent drug, is considered suspect and dropped from the analyses. Second, students claiming impossibly high levels of drug or alcohol use are also dropped from the analyses. Unbelievably high substance use among secondary students is based on the following criteria: (1) students report in that they have consumed two or more alcoholic beverages every day five or more times; (2) students report that they have consumed three or more alcoholic beverages every day; or (3) students report that they have used three or more illicit drugs (other than tobacco, alcohol, inhalants, marijuana, or steroids) on a daily basis. Elementary students are considered exaggerators, and are excluded, if they indicated that they have used five or more substances 11 or more times in either their lifetimes or during the past school year. Weighted Aggregate Data In many districts, the percentage of all enrolled students that actually take the survey varies substantially by grade. Though patterns are different for each district, typically a larger proportion of younger students complete the survey compared to their older peers. If a simple average is taken when calculating overall levels of use, older students may not be represented in proportion to their numbers. Since these are the very students most likely to use drugs or alcohol, their underrepresentation in the aggregate scores results in artificially lower overall levels of substance use. To achieve more representative percentages when calculating overall or aggregate levels of substance use, a "weighted average" procedure is used. Prior to calculating the averages, scores for each grade surveyed are weighted by the total enrollment for that grade. By weighting averages by actual enrollment, over- or under-sampling in aggregate scores is partially alleviated. Surveys from "Out-of-Range" Grades Occasionally, students from a grade that is not technically being surveyed are included in the district sample. This is primarily a problem where the survey is administered in a non-contiguous grade combination (e.g., 8, 10, and 12). In these instances, the final sample often contains a few students who are in "out of range" grade levels. Generally, data for these students is not thrown out. Rather, it is re-coded and included with the next contiguous grade level. A conservative approach is used whereby younger students can be grouped with their older peers, but older students can not be re-

coded to a lower grade. This prevents artificially high levels of reported substance use in lower grades. There are two cases in which the "out-of-range" data is dropped from the analyses rather than being re-coded: (1) if there is no contiguous higher grade with which to combine the data; and (2) if the number of respondents in "out-of-range" students is greater than ten percent of the grade with which they are being grouped. This latter measure is designed to prevent a large number of "out of range" grades from obscuring the true grade-level values. Surveys in Which No Grade Level Was Reported When students failed to report their grade level, it is not possible to determine unequivocally with what grade these students' data should be analyzed. Where grade level is missing, students' data are retained in the sample and an estimate of grade is made based on his or her age. Students that are at age level for beginning a grade are included with that grade. If both grade and age are missing, the data are dropped from the analyses. Overview of the Data The Texas School Survey findings for your school district are summarized in this section. Survey findings are presented in three formats: figures, tables, and margins. Figures portray both state and local survey results in a "side-by-side" format, allowing for direct comparisons to be made. There are a total of six elementary and thirteen secondary figures, although not all of these can be produced for every school district. All of the figures that can be generated for your district have been produced. Two sets of primary and/or secondary tables are available. The first set, the General Substance Tables, are divided into five groupings---tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs, inhalants, and miscellaneous. In each of these groupings are tables that illustrate general information about substance use patterns in the district and include prevalence of use, frequency of use, and age of first use. In addition, these tables highlight certain perceptions, attitudes and, behaviors from the data such as perceived availability and peer use of various substances, parental attitudes, attending class or operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and the use of intoxicants at parties. The second set, Prevalence Tables, contains fourteen tables showing the percentage of students who have used specific drugs or alcohol in the past month, past school year, and during their lifetimes. All tables are available for each participating district. Tables showing the same data for the state are also provided. Please note that the percentages listed under the School Year heading include the Past Month percentages. Additional data are presented in the margins, which contain the raw percentages of students who gave each response option for all questions. Keep in mind that if your district under-sampled a particular grade(s), your overall percentages will represent "weighted averages." As a result, the raw percentages presented in your margins may reflect weighted counts rather than actual raw counts.

Standards of Data Presentation A wide variety of school districts took part in the Texas School Survey. In order to accommodate the diversity of participants, guidelines for organizing and presenting the data were established. These include standards for handling data from small and mid-sized districts and for determining which tables and figures should be produced for each. These guidelines are reviewed below. Data Aggregation In some districts, too few students are surveyed to allow for reliable grade-level analyses to be performed. Where this occurs, data from several grades are grouped together. Grade groupings are established so as to (1) maximize the number of valid between-group comparisons possible and (2) protect students' confidentiality. One of three possible data presentation formats is selected for each district, depending on the number of students per grade. In districts where the number of students per grade varies widely, a format is selected based on the size of the majority of grades surveyed. However, if one or more grades fall below a total of thirty students, the next lower level of aggregation is automatically selected. The guidelines used for data aggregation are as follows: Secondary Small: When there are fewer than thirty students per grade, a single percentage is shown representing all students. When there are thirty to ninety students per grade, percentages are aggregated into grade groupings (e.g., combining grades 7 and 8 and grades 9 - 12). When there are more than ninety students per grade, separate percentages are shown for each grade level surveyed. Elementary Small: When there are fewer than sixty students per grade, a single percentage is shown for all students. When there are more than sixty students per grade, separate percentages are shown for each grade level surveyed.

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According to the data aggregation rules outlined above, graphics illustrating data by grade can not be produced for districts surveying fewer than thirty students per grade. As a consequence, figures that show grade-level breakdowns are omitted from both the elementary and secondary versions of reports for small districts. With these exceptions, all other figures and tables are produced for every district regardless of size. Conventions Used in Data Presentation Throughout the report, a number of conventions were adopted to maintain consistency in reporting. A common terminology is employed and a standard set of symbols is used in each table and figure. These terms and symbols are described in the following paragraphs, beginning with a set of general definitions and followed by a discussion of specific conventions used in tables and margins. Definitions There are several terms used throughout the report that, though seemingly straightforward, may have some bearing on how the data is understood and interpreted. These definitions are outlined below. Alcohol. When the category "Alcohol" appears in a figure or table, it represents the combined use of beer, wine, wine coolers, and liquor. Each of these alcoholic substances may be referenced individually, as well. Cocaine or Crack. This reference is found only in the prevalence tables (Tables B1-B14). It refers to students that report using either cocaine or crack, or both cocaine and crack. Since there is some overlap between students who have used cocaine and those who have used crack, the percentages of respondents in the "Cocaine or Crack" category should not be a simple sum of percentages in the individual "Cocaine" and "Crack" categories. It should, however, be at least as great as the larger of the two individual categories. Illicit Drugs. These are defined as controlled substances and include marijuana, powdered cocaine, crack, uppers, downers, Rohypnol, hallucinogens, ecstasy, heroin, and methamphetamine. Inhalants. The overall inhalant use percentages presented in the prevalence tables have been adjusted to reflect reported use of both specific inhalants and inhalant use generally. Such adjustments are necessary because some students respond in the positive to specific use (i.e., spray paint, correction fluid, magic markers, gasoline, helium, Freon, glue, paint thinner, other sprays, or other inhalants) without responding in the positive to generic use (i.e., "How many times have you used inhalants?"), while others respond in the positive to generic use but not to the use of specific inhalants. Marijuana Only. This reference is found only in the prevalence tables (Tables B1-B14). It refers to students who report using marijuana but no other illicit substances. The reference to "Marijuana," in contrast, includes all students using that substance regardless of whether they used other substances or not.

Prevalence. The percentage of students who report having used a substance or substances. Tobacco. The category "tobacco" includes the combined use of cigarettes and smokeless tobacco. Conventional Symbols and Format In addition to figures, there are two types of tables in which data may be presented. These include general substance use tables (Tables T1-T7, A1-A15, D1-D17, I1-I9, X1-X5) and prevalence tables (Tables B1-B14). Data is also available in its raw form in the margins. What follows are several conventions of data presentation that apply chiefly to tables and margins. The Meaning of an Asterisk (*) in Tables. When an asterisk appears in a table, not in the Executive Summary (see below), in place of a percentage, it typically means that fewer than ten students responded to that item. Asterisks may also appear if data is not available for a district. This would be the case, for instance, if a district does not survey all the grades in one of the standard acceptable grade combinations (see "Standard Grade Combinations" in the previous section). The Meaning of an Asterisk (*) in the Executive Summary (Part III). When an asterisk appears alongside a percentage in the Executive Summary component of the report, it means that the data so marked are estimated to be statistically significant at the .01 level from the comparable data for the state as a whole. This means that in only one of a hundred samples would a difference this large have occurred when there was no difference between the district and state data. Differences in very small districts will seldom be statistically significant due to the small number of cases. Differences that are not marked may be important, but should be treated with more caution than those that are so marked. Never Used/Ever Used Notations. In all prevalence tables, a standard approach is used for presenting incidence and prevalence information. An "Ever Used" category shows the total percentage of students who say they have used a substance at all, regardless of when or how many times. A "Never Used" category shows the total percentage of students who have never used a substance. The percentages shown in the "Ever Used" and "Never Used" categories always sum to one hundred percent. Additional columns then provide further information about those students who say they have "Ever Used" the substance. This includes information such as when or how often use occurred. These additional columns, when considered together, do not sum to the total percentage of students in the "Ever Used" category in the secondary reports due to the inclusion of the Past Month percentage within the School Year percentage (see discussion above). Margins. The raw percentage of students who responded to each survey item as found in the tables that comprise the final section of each report. Frequency and percent are shown for each individual response option. The frequency shows the absolute number of students who gave the indicated response. The percent is the frequency converted into a percentage of all students who answered the

question. Again, bear in mind that if your district under-sampled a particular grade(s), your overall percentages will represent "weighted averages." As a result, the raw percentages presented in your margins may reflect weighted counts rather than actual raw counts. Surveys excluded from analyses as exaggerators are not included in the margins.

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Executive Summary

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Introduction

The Texas School Survey is an annual collection of self-reported tobacco, alcohol, inhalant, and substance use data from among elementary and/or secondary students in individual districts throughout the state of Texas. The survey, conducted by the Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) in conjunction with the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), is also administered every other year to a representative sample of Texas students in grades 4 through 6 and grades 7 through 12. Data from the statewide sampling, administered in the spring of 2012, are incorporated into an over-time database maintained by DSHS to track trends in substance use so that policymakers at the state level have up-to-date information upon which to base decisions and establish prevention strategies. These data also serve as an overall standard of comparison for use by those at the district level to interpret and act upon local survey ndings in a similar way. The executive summary begins with a section containing a general demographic overview of those who took the survey in the participating district, followed by sections dealing with the various substances covered by the surveytobacco, alcohol, inhalants, and illicit drugs. The next section explores selected characteristics associated with substance use in the district. The summary concludes with a section on where students gain knowledge about drugs and alcohol and to whom they might turn if they thought they were having a problem. For a contextual viewpoint, each section dealing with substance use will begin with a brief timeline of the statewide trends over the last two and a half decades. The data are subsequently analyzed using environmental and behavioral factors. Items that are generally recognized as contributing to the environment in which substance use is most likely to occur include availability, peer use and parental attitudes. Included in the behavioral category are activities such as binge drinking (the consumption of ve or more alcoholic beverages at one time), attending class drunk or stoned, use of alcohol or illicit drugs at parties, or operating a motor vehicle while under the inuence of alcohol or drugs.

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Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use As for the actual, self-reported use of each substance, it is important to note the frequency of such use. Is it experimental, a once-in-a-lifetime act or is it casual use, a once-in-a-while behavior? Alternatively, is it regular use; a monthly, weekly, orin the case of tobacco products in particulara daily habit? Further, data are used to dierentiate between those who smoke cigarettes from those who use a smokeless tobacco product, those who drink beer from those who drink wine coolers, those who sni correction uid from those who sni glue, and those who smoke marijuana from those who snort powdered cocaine. Some nal points should be noted about the data. First, due to the differences in rounding procedures, there may be slight discrepancies between the percentages referred to in the tables and those reected in the executive summary and in the corresponding gures. Second, due to the small number of students surveyed in this district, no between-grade comparisons can be made. Finally, some data in this report are marked with an asterisk. Data so marked are estimated to be statistically signicant at the .01 level from the comparable data for the state as a whole. This means that in only one of a hundred samples would a dierence this large have occurred when there was no dierence between the district and state data. Dierences in very small districts will seldom be statistically signicant due to the small number of cases. Dierences that are not marked may be important, but should be treated with more caution than those that are statistically signicant. The percentages referred to in the executive summary that follows were taken from the tables found in Part I: District Survey Results.

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Demographic Overview

In the spring of 2012, the Texas School Survey was administered to students in grades 7 through 12 in the Oakwood Independent School District. Texas School Survey protocols, formulated to ensure that the data used in this analysis has an acceptable probability of error, called for the district to administer the survey to a predetermined, class-specic sampling of secondary students. In addition, data accuracy is dependent on the school sta administering the survey using established protocols. A total of 32 students completed the questionnaire. Of that number, 0 surveys were excluded from analysis because students did not indicate their grade or age, or because they were identied as exaggerators (i.e., claimed to have used a non-existent drug or reported overly excessive drug use). The nal number of surveys included in the overall district analysis was 32, consisting of: 44 percent 9th graders, 56 percent 11th graders; 40 percent male and 60 percent female students; An ethnic breakdown that is 50 percent White, 39 percent AfricanAmerican, 6 percent Asian-American, 6 percent other; 51 percent say that they live in a two-parent home, and 80 percent report they have lived in the district for three or more years; 31 percent say their parent(s) are college graduates, and 58 percent indicate that they qualify for free/reduced lunches at school.

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Tobacco

General tobacco use includes both cigarettes and smokeless tobacco products.

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Statewide Overview

Well over half of secondary students statewide reported experimental use of tobacco products throughout the 1990s. In 2000, however, the number of these students who reported such use declined slightly (51 percent). This downward trend continued through the 2002 (45 percent), 2004 (39 percent), 2006 (35 percent), 2008 (32 percent), and 2010 (30 percent) statewide assessments. The prevalence of those secondary students reporting past-month general tobacco use, which had been increasing through 1996, leveled o in 1998, and began a steady, incremental decline in the 2000 (22 percent), 2002 (18 percent), 2004 (17 percent), 2006 (15 percent), 2008 (13 percent), and 2010 (12 percent) statewide surveys. In the most recent statewide assessment in 2012, tobacco use fell further with lifetime tobacco use at 28 percent and past-month use at 11 percent.

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Environment

Forty percent of Oakwood ISD students reported that cigarettes are somewhat or very easy to get (59 percent statewide), while 0 percent said most or all of their close friends smoke cigarettes (9 percent statewide). Forty-seven percent of Oakwood ISD students indicated that smokeless tobacco products are somewhat or very easy to get (42 percent statewide), and 15 percent said most or all of their close friends use smokeless tobacco (5 percent statewide). Students were asked about parental attitudes toward the use of cigarettes by kids your age. A total of 84 percent of Oakwood ISD students said their parents strongly or mildly disapprove of kids smoking (83 percent statewide), while 11 percent said their parents neither approve nor disapprove (8 percent statewide), and 5 percent of district students said they dont know how their parents feel about kids their age smoking cigarettes (6 percent statewide). Forty-two percent of Oakwood ISD students believe that tobacco use is very dangerous (50 percent statewide) (Fig. 3) 17
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3.3

Use

Fifty percent of Oakwood ISD students reported general tobacco use at least once during their lifetimes (34 percent statewide) (Fig. 1-A). Sixteen percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had used a tobacco product during the past month (14 percent statewide) (Fig. 1-B). Forty-four percent of Oakwood ISD students reported smoking cigarettes at least once during their lifetimes (32 percent statewide), while 6 percent said they had smoked cigarettes during the past month (13 percent statewide), and 0 percent reported smoking cigarettes on a daily basis (3 percent statewide).

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Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use Experimental use of smokeless tobacco products was reported by 22 percent of Oakwood ISD students (12 percent statewide), 10 percent said they had used a smokeless tobacco product during the past month (5 percent statewide), and 0 percent reported using a smokeless tobacco product on a daily basis (1 percent statewide).

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Alcohol

Alcohol is the most widely used substance among students statewide and in Oakwood ISD.

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Statewide Overview

As the 1990s began, 81 percent of secondary students statewide reported experimental alcohol use and over the decade that followed, the number of these students reporting such use decreased in each successive statewide assessment. This downward trend in lifetime alcohol use leveled o at 71 percent in the 2000 and 2002 statewide assessments, but picked up again in the 2004 (68 percent), 2006 (66 percent), 2008 (63 percent) and 2010 (62 percent) statewide data. On the other hand, past-month alcohol use among secondary students statewide has been more varied throughout the same period, beginning with 43 percent of these students in 1990, dropping to 37 percent in 1992, increasing to 39 percent in 1994, staying constant in 1996 and 1998 at 38 percent, and decreasing to 36 percent in 2000, 35 percent in 2002, 33 percent in 2004, 32 percent in 2006, 30 percent in 2008 and 29 percent in 2010. In the most recent statewide assessment in 2012, the downward trend continued with lifetime alcohol use decreasing to 58 percent and past month alcohol use falling to 25 percent.

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Environment

Forty-one percent of district students reported most or all of their close friends drink alcohol (33 percent statewide), and 60 percent said alcohol (beer, wine coolers, wine, and liquor) was somewhat easy or very easy to obtain (67 percent statewide). Students who said they consume alcohol were asked where they obtained it all or most of the time. Twenty-nine percent of district students said they obtain alcohol at parties (34 percent statewide), while 27 percent responded that they get it from friends (26 percent statewide), and 5 percent reported they get alcohol from the store (8 percent statewide). Parental attitudes can be a major factor in whether or not a student uses alcohol. When asked how their parents feel about kids their age drinking 21
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Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use beer, 57 percent of Oakwood ISD students said their parents strongly or mildly disapprove (77 percent statewide), while 24 percent said their parents neither approve nor disapprove of such behavior (12 percent statewide), and 12 percent said they dont know how their parents feel about kids their age drinking beer (5 percent statewide) (Fig. 13-A).

Forty percent of Oakwood ISD students feel that it is very dangerous to use alcohol (46 percent statewide) (See Figure 3).

4.3

Use

Eighty-four percent of Oakwood ISD students had reported consuming alcohol at least once during their lifetimes (66 percent statewide) (See Figure 1-A).

Fifty-six percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had consumed alcohol during the past month (31 percent statewide) (See Figure 1-B).

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Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use The alcoholic beverages most often consumed by Oakwood ISD students are beer (55 percent/50 percent statewide) and wine coolers (55 percent/44 percent statewide). Twenty-ve percent of Oakwood ISD students said they drink beer (28 percent statewide) and 32 percent reported drinking wine coolers on a weekly or monthly basis (23 percent statewide).

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Behavior Associated with Use

Binge drinking is the consumption of ve or more beers, wine coolers, servings of wine, or drinks with liquor at one time. Sixteen percent said they usually drink ve or more beers at a time on average when they drink (16 percent statewide), while 16 percent said they usually drink ve or more wine coolers at a time on average when they drink (10 percent statewide). (Fig. 2)

Zero percent of Oakwood ISD students reported attending at least one class during the past school year while drunk (7 percent statewide). Zero percent of Oakwood ISD 9th through 12th grade students said that they had driven a car after having a good bit to drink at least once during 23
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Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use the past year (8 percent statewide). Driving while intoxicated four or more times during the past year was reported by 0 percent of district 9th through 12th graders (2 percent statewide). Thirty-three percent of Oakwood ISD students said alcohol was used at most or all of the parties they attended in the past school year (34 percent statewide). Zero percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had gotten into trouble with their teacher because of alcohol use at least once during the past school year (1 percent statewide), while 0 percent reported they had gotten in trouble with the police because of their alcohol use during the past year (3 percent statewide), and 0 percent said they had diculties of any kind with friends because of ones own drinking (7 percent statewide).

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Illicit and Licit Substances

Illicit drugs are dened as controlled substances and include marijuana, cocaine (powdered form and crack), uppers (stimulants), downers (narcotics), Rohypnol, hallucinogens, ecstasy, and heroin. Licit substances are those legally purchased either over-the-counter (DMX or Coricidin) or via a physicians prescription (Codeine, Oxycontin, Vicodin or Valium).

5.1

Statewide Overview

Just under a quarter of secondary students statewide in 1992 reported experimental use of an illegal drug at some point in their lives (22 percent), and 10 percent said they had used an illegal substance during the previous month. These prevalence rates began to climbthe experimental use rate by 6 percent (to 28 percent) and the rise of the past-month use rate (to 14 percent)beginning with the 1994 statewide assessment. By 1998, experimental use of illicit substances had peaked at 36 percent; however, pastmonth use of an illicit substance actually decreased one percentage point from its peak at 18 percent in 1996. This was followed two years later by declines in illicit drug use both in the lifetime (34 percent) and past-month (15 percent) categories. There was no change in 2002. A new downward trend for both the experimental (32 percent) and past-month (14 percent) uses were detected in 2004, continued in 2006 (28 percent for lifetime and 13 percent for past-month uses), and in 2008 (26 percent for lifetime and 12 percent for past-month uses). In 2010, a reverse in trend was detected with lifetime illicit drug use increasing to 28 percent, and past month illicit drug use increasing to 13 percent. In the most recent statewide assessment in 2012, lifetime illicit drug use decreased again to 27 percent and past month illicit drug use decreased to 12 percent. Marijuana use by those who also report using other illicit drugs appears to have mirrored the trends for illicit drug use in general over the last decade. Such use also declined in the 2004 statewide assessment to 30 percent for those who said they had done so at least one time and 13 percent who reported having done so in the past month. This downward trend continued in 2006 (26 percent for lifetime and 11 percent for past-month uses), and in 2008 (25 percent for lifetime and 10 percent for past-month uses). In 2010, a reverse in trend was detected with lifetime marijuana use rising to 26 per25
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5.2

Environment

Students were asked how available they believed certain substances were to obtain. Thirty-nine percent of Oakwood ISD students said marijuana was somewhat or very easy to obtain (49 percent statewide); 11 percent indicated that powdered cocaine was easily accessible (18 percent statewide) and 18 percent indicated that ecstasy was easily accessible (21 percent statewide). Five percent of district students said they believed heroin was somewhat or very easy to obtain (10 percent statewide). With regard to the question of the eects of peer inuence on substance use, 5 percent of Oakwood ISD students reported most or all of their close friends smoke marijuana (24 percent statewide). And when asked about parental attitudes toward marijuana use, Oakwood ISD students reported a disapproval rate of 77 percent (85 percent statewide). Twelve percent of district students said they dont know how their parents feel about kids their age using marijuana (5 percent statewide), while 11 percent said their parents neither approve nor disapprove (6 percent statewide) (Fig. 5-B) Fifty-nine percent of Oakwood ISD students believe that marijuana use is very dangerous (49 percent statewide) (See Figure 3). As for how Oakwood ISD students viewed the risks associated with the use of certain other illicit substances, 77 percent feel that use of ecstasy is very dangerous (77 percent statewide), 83 percent believe that powdered cocaine use is very dangerous (84 percent statewide), 83 percent feel that the use of crack is very dangerous (87 percent statewide), and 83 percent believe that heroin is very dangerous (87 percent statewide).

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5.3

Use of Illicit Substances

In Oakwood ISD, 21 percent of students reported experimental use of an illicit drug (35 percent statewide), and 10 percent of Oakwood ISD students reported smoking marijuana at least once in their lifetimes (19 percent statewide) (See Figure 1-A). Past-month marijuana use was reported by 0 percent of Oakwood ISD students (7 percent statewide) (See Figure 1-B). Other illicit substance are used by a smaller number of Oakwood ISD students. Zero percent of district students said they had used downers (7 percent statewide), 0 percent indicated they had used Rohypnol (2 percent statewide), and 0 percent reported using heroin (1 percent statewide), at least once during their lifetimes. Zero percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had used powdered cocaine (6 percent statewide), 0 percent reported using uppers (6 percent statewide), 0 percent said they had used hallucinogens (5 percent statewide), 11 percent reported using ecstasy (8 percent statewide), 0 percent indicated they had 27
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5.4

Illicit Use of Licit Substances

Students were asked whether they had used an otherwise legal product (i.e., prescription or over-the-counter drugs) for recreational purposes. Nineteen percent of district students reported using a prescription cough syrup containing Codeine (Lean, Nods, AC/DC) at least once in their lives to get high (13 percent statewide). Zero percent said they had done so with Oxycontin/Percodan/Percocet/Oxycodone (5 percent statewide), 31 percent indicated they had used Vicodin/Lortab/Lorcet/Hydrocodone (10 percent statewide), 0 percent reported using Valium or Diazepam (3 percent statewide), and 0 percent said they had used Xanax or Alprazolam (5 percent statewide) at least once in their lives to get high. Twelve percent of district students indicated that they had used the overthe-counter products DXM or Coricidin (Triple Cs, Skittles) at least one time to get high (5 percent statewide).

5.5

Behavior Associated with Use

Five percent of Oakwood ISD students reported attending at least one class in the past year while stoned on marijuana (13 percent statewide). Driving under the inuence of drugs at least once during the past year was reported by 0 percent of Oakwood ISD 9th through 12th grade students (9 percent statewide). Driving while stoned ten or more times during the past year was reported by 0 percent of district 9th through 12th graders (2 percent statewide). Zero percent of the Oakwood ISD students said that marijuana and/or other drugs were used at most or all of the parties they attended during the school year (22 percent statewide). Zero percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had gotten into trouble with their teacher because of illicit drug use at least once during the past school year (2 percent statewide), 28
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Inhalants

In general, inhalants are common, licit substances (paints, thinners, correction uid, glue, etc.) which, when snied, hued, or inhaled, produce an intoxicating eect.

6.1

Statewide Overview

Nearly a quarter of secondary students statewide indicated they had experimented with an inhalant substance in the 1992 assessment. The number of these students reporting such use had decreased to 19 percent in 1994 and 1996, but began to increase in 1998 (22 percent). Experimental inhalant use has been declining in the three assessments conducted in the new century19 percent in 2000, 18 percent in 2002, and 17 percent in 2004. This downward trend in experimental use appears to have stayed constant at 17 percent, according to the 2006 and 2010 surveys. Past-month inhalant use stayed consistent at 5 percent through 1996, increased to 8 percent two years later, and dropped one percentage point in 2000 (7 percent). The number of these students reporting past-month inhalant use stayed continuous at 7 percent through the 2002 and 2004 surveys, slightly dropped in 2006 (6 percent), and stayed constant in the 2010 statewide assessment (6 percent). In the most recent statewide assessment conducted in 2012, the prevalence of lifetime and past month inhalant use decreased to 16 percent and 5 percent respectively. Data from the statewide assessment in 2008 has not been added to the trend lines noted in the statewide overview above because the manner in which inhalant use was calculated changed in 2008.

6.2

Environment

Twenty-eight percent of district students reported that it was somewhat or very easy to obtain an inhalant (48 percent statewide), 0 percent indicated that most or all of their close friends use inhalants (2 percent statewide), and 71 percent said that inhalant use was very dangerous (73 percent statewide) (See Figure 3).

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6.3

Use

Twenty percent of Oakwood ISD students reported using inhalants at least once during their lifetimes (14 percent statewide) (See Figure 1-A). Ten percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had used inhalants during the past month (4 percent statewide) (See Figure 1-B).

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Drug and Alcohol Information

The inuence of substance use education programs may be reected in students attitudes toward the use of specic substances reported above. To whom a student may feel most comfortable turning to for assistance with a substance use problem or issue may help gauge the eect these various individuals are having on those attitudes. Forty-two percent of Oakwood ISD students said they had received information about drugs and alcohol from any school source since classes began in the fall (57 percent statewide). Of the eight available responses as to the source of such information, a health class was reported by 49 percent of district students as a source for information about drugs and alcohol (47 percent statewide), while 13 percent said the source for this information was an assembly program (45 percent statewide). When asked where they would go for help with a drug or alcohol problem, 71 percent of Oakwood ISD students said they would seek help from their friends (71 percent statewide), 53 percent would seek help from an adult friend or relative (61 percent statewide), and 59 percent would seek assistance from their parents (61 percent statewide). Forty-one percent would seek help from a counselor or program in school (32 percent statewide), and 43 percent would seek assistance from another adult in school, such as a teacher or nurse (38 percent statewide). (Fig. 4). Since school began in the fall, 0 percent of Oakwood ISD students reported seeking help for any problems connected with alcohol or drug use from someone other than family or friends (8 percent statewide).

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Part I

District Results

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Table of Contents
1. General Substance Tables Page 5

Tobacco Alcohol Drugs Inhalants Miscellaneous


2. Prevalence Tables Page 33

Table B1: All Students Table B2: Male Students Table B3: Female Students Table B4: White Students Table B5: African/American Students Table B6: Mexican/American Students Table B7: Students Reporting A Grades Table B8: Students Reporting Grades Lower Than an A Table B9: Students Living With 2 Parents Table B10: Students Not Living With 2 Parents Table B11: Students who would seek help from adults Table B12: Students who wouldnt seek help from adults Table B13: Students Living in Town 3 Years or Less Table Table B14: Students Living in Town More Than 3 Years
3. Margin Tables Page 56

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Table T-1: How recently, if ever, have you used ..


Past Month Any tobacco product? All Cigarettes? All Smokeless tobacco? All 10.5% 10.5% 22.3% 77.7% 6.3% 6.3% 43.7% 56.3% 16.2% 16.2% 50.0% 50.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table T-2: How often do you normally use ..


Never Used Any tobacco product? All Cigarettes? All Smokeless tobacco? All 89.5% 0.0% 0.0% 10.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 71.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 13.2% 10.5% 5.2% 71.1% 0.0% 0.0% 10.5% 13.2% 0.0% 5.2% Every Day Several Times a Week Several Times a Month About Once a Month About Less than Once a Once a Year Year

Table T-3: Average age of first use of:


All Cigarettes 13.8 Smokeless tobacco * Any Tobacco 13.9

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Table T-4: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get...


Never Heard Of Any tobacco product? All Cigarettes? All Smokeless Tobacco? All 17.3% 24.0% 6.7% 5.3% 15.9% 30.7% 12.0% 22.6% 5.3% 20.1% 10.6% 29.3% 12.0% 17.3% 0.0% 18.7% 10.6% 41.3% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

Table T-5: About how many of your close friends...


None Use any tobacco product? All 33.8% Smoke cigarettes? All 38.7% Use a smokeless tobacco product? All 40.1% A Few 33.8% 43.7% 40.1% Some 17.5% 17.5% 5.0% Most 14.9% 0.0% 14.9% ALL 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

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Table T-6: How do your parents feel about kids your age using tobacco?
Strongly Mildly Disapprove Disapprove All 64.0% 20.1% Neither 10.6% Mildly Approve 0.0% Strongly Approve Don't know 0.0% 5.3%

Table T-7: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use tobacco?
Very Dangerous All 42.2% Somewhat Dangerous 25.4% Not very Dangerous 19.8% Not at All Dangerous 0.0% Do Not Know 12.7%

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Table A-1: How recently, if ever, have you used...


Past Month Any alcohol product? All Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All 36.4% 41.4% 68.9% 31.1% 22.5% 27.5% 43.7% 56.3% 56.3% 56.3% 73.8% 26.2% 23.8% 30.1% 56.3% 43.7% 56.3% 56.3% 83.8% 16.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table A-2: How often do you normally use...


Never Used Any alcohol product? All Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All 39.4% 0.0% 0.0% 25.1% 6.6% 11.8% 17.1% 59.2% 0.0% 0.0% 5.2% 6.6% 11.8% 17.1% 44.6% 0.0% 0.0% 11.8% 19.9% 6.6% 17.1% 44.6% 0.0% 0.0% 18.5% 6.6% 0.0% 30.3% 28.9% 0.0% 0.0% 25.1% 6.6% 11.8% 27.5% Every Day Several Times a Week Several Times a Month About Once a Month About Less than Once a Once a Year Year

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Table A-3: When you drink the following alcoholic beverages, how many drinks do you usually have at one time, on average?
Never Beer All Wine Coolers All Wine All Liquor All 31.1% 68.9% 28.8% 18.9% 21.2% 56.3% 43.7% 9.9% 22.5% 11.3% 31.1% 68.9% 16.2% 41.4% 11.3% 43.7% 56.3% 16.2% 27.5% 12.6% Ever Used 5 or More 1 to 4 Less than 1

Table A-4: During the past 30 days, on how many days have you had five or more drinks of alcohol at one time?
Never/None Alcohol All 72.5% 6.3% 5.0% 6.3% 0.0% 9.9% 1 day 2 days 3 to 5 days 6 to 9 days 10 or more days

Table A-5: Average age of first use of:


All Beer 13.4 Wine Coolers 13.1 Wine 13.3 Liquor 13.9 Any Alcohol 12.6

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Table A-6: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get...


Never Heard Of Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All Any alcohol product? All 12.0% 17.3% 5.3% 5.3% 12.0% 48.1% 23.9% 12.7% 0.0% 5.6% 25.4% 32.5% 18.3% 31.0% 7.1% 12.7% 5.6% 25.4% 22.6% 17.3% 0.0% 12.0% 18.7% 29.3% 17.3% 17.3% 5.3% 12.0% 18.7% 29.3% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

Table A-7: Since school began in the fall, on how many days (if any) have you...
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Attended class while drunk on alcohol? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% Gotten into trouble with teachers because of your drinking? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10+ Times 0.0% 0.0%

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Table A-8: School year use of alcohol by absences and conduct problems:
Average days absent due to illness or other reasons Alcohol Users: 2.4 Alcohol Non-use 3.2 Average days conduct problems reported Alcohol Users: 2.5 Alcohol Non-use 1.3

Table A-9: During the past twelve months, how many times have you...
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Driven a car when you've had a good bit to drink? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% Gotten into trouble with the police because of drinking? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10+ Times 0.0% 0.0%

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Table A-10: About how many of your close friends use...


None Any alcohol product? All Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All 27.5% 22.5% 14.9% 22.5% 12.6% 51.3% 19.9% 11.3% 17.5% 0.0% 37.4% 16.2% 23.8% 11.3% 11.3% 40.8% 10.5% 23.7% 18.5% 6.6% 27.5% 16.2% 14.9% 23.8% 17.5% A Few Some Most ALL

Table A-11: During the past twelve months, how many times have you...
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times 10+ Times Had difficulties of any kind with your friends because of your drinking? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Been criticized by someone you were dating because of drinking? All 86.6% 13.4% 0.0% 0.0%

Table A-12: Thinking of parties you attended this school year, how often was alcohol used?
Never 45.5% Seldom 7.2% Half Most the Time of the Time 0.0% 12.9% Always Don't know 20.1% 0.0% Didn't attend 14.4%

All

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Table A-13: How often, if ever, do you get alcoholic beverages from..
Do Not Drink At home? All From friends? All From a store? All At parties? All Other source? All 26.2% 23.8% 38.7% 5.0% 6.3% 26.2% 32.5% 12.6% 11.3% 17.5% 26.2% 62.6% 6.3% 5.0% 0.0% 26.2% 12.6% 33.8% 21.2% 6.3% 38.5% 29.3% 25.4% 6.7% 0.0% Never Seldom Most of the Time Always

Table A-14: How do your parents feel about kids your age drinking alcohol?
Strongly Mildly Disapprove Disapprove All 57.2% 0.0% Neither 24.0% Mildly Approve 6.7% Strongly Approve Don't know 0.0% 12.0%

Table A-15: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use alcohol?
Very Dangerous All 39.9% Somewhat Dangerous 36.0% Not very Dangerous 6.7% Not at All Dangerous 0.0% Do Not Know 17.3%

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Table D-1: How recently, if ever, have you used...


Past Month Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Hallucinogens? All Uppers? All Downers? All Rohypnol? All Steroids? All Ecstasy? All Heroin? All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10.6% 89.4% 5.0% 9.9% 9.9% 90.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 5.0% 16.2% 83.8% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table D-2: How often do you normally use...


Never Used Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Hallucinogens? All Uppers? All Downers? All Rohypnol? All Steroids? All Ecstasy? All Heroin? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 94.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.2% 94.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.2% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 88.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 6.6% 5.2% Every Day Several Times a Week Several Times a Month About Once a Month About Less than Once a Once a Year Year

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Table D-3: Average age of first use of:


All Marijuana * Cocaine * Crack * Hallucinoge ns * Uppers * Downers * Rohypnol * Steroids * Ecstasy * Heroin *

Table D-4: Age of first use of marijuana by family situation:


Never Two parent family All Other family situation All * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 9/ Under 10 to 11 12 to 13 14 to 15 16 to 17 Over 17

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Table D-5: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get..


Never Heard Of Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Hallucinogens? All Uppers? All Downers? All Rohypnol? All Steroids? All Ecstasy? All Heroin? All 46.6% 48.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.3% 33.3% 42.6% 0.0% 6.0% 0.0% 18.1% 25.8% 51.5% 5.7% 0.0% 0.0% 17.0% 51.9% 42.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.3% 64.0% 30.7% 0.0% 5.3% 0.0% 0.0% 64.0% 30.7% 0.0% 5.3% 0.0% 0.0% 57.2% 37.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.3% 29.3% 49.5% 5.3% 5.3% 0.0% 10.6% 36.0% 42.8% 5.3% 5.3% 0.0% 10.6% 29.3% 25.4% 0.0% 6.7% 6.7% 31.8% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

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Table D-6: Since school began in the fall, on how many days (if any) have you..
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Attended class while high from marijuana use? All 94.7% 5.3% 0.0% Attended class while high from use of some other drug? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% Gotten into trouble with teachers because of your drug use? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10+ Times 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Table D-7: School year use of marijuana by absences and conduct problems:
Average days absent due to illness or other reasons Marijuana Users: 2.0 Marijuana Non-use 2.8 Average days conduct problems reported Marijuana Users: 0.0 Marijuana Non-use 2.0

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Table D-8: During the past twelve months, how many times have you..
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Driven a car when you've felt high from drugs? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% Gotten into trouble with the police because of drug use? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10+ Times 0.0% 0.0%

Table D-9: About how many of your close friends use marijuana?
None All 40.1% A Few 45.0% Some 9.9% Most 5.0% ALL 0.0%

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Table D-10: During the past twelve months, how many times have you..
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times 10+ Times Had difficulties of any kind with your friends because of your drug use? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Been criticized by someone you were dating because of drug use? All 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Table D-11: Thinking of parties you attended this school year, how often were marijuana and/or other drugs used?
Never 74.2% Seldom 11.4% Half Most the Time of the Time 0.0% 0.0% Always Don't know 0.0% 0.0% Didn't attend 14.4%

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Table D-12: How often, if ever, do you smoke marijuana in..


CATEGORY Joints? Blunts? Bongs or water pipes? Pipes? Some other way? All All All All All Never 85.1% 78.8% 85.1% 85.1% 85.1% Seldom 14.9% 16.2% 9.9% 14.9% 14.9% Half the Time 0.0% 5.0% 5.0% 0.0% 0.0% Most of the Time 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Always Don't know 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

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Table D-13: How do your parents feel about kids your age using marijuana?
Strongly Mildly Disapprove Disapprove All 77.4% 0.0% Neither 10.6% Mildly Approve 0.0% Strongly Approve Don't know 0.0% 12.0%

Table D-14: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use...
Very Dangerous Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Ecstasy? All Steroids? All Heroin? All 82.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 17.3% 70.7% 5.3% 0.0% 6.7% 17.3% 77.4% 5.3% 0.0% 0.0% 17.3% 82.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 17.3% 82.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 17.3% 58.7% 17.3% 6.7% 0.0% 17.3% Somewhat Dangerous Not very Dangerous Not at All Dangerous Do Not Know

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Table D-15: How recently, if ever, have you taken...


Past Month Methamphetamine? All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table D-16: How recently, if ever, have you taken the following PRESCRIPTION DRUGS...
Past Month Codeine? All Oxycontin, Percodan or Percocet? All Vicodin, Lortab or Lorcet? All Valium or Diazepam? All Xanax or Alprazolam? All 0.0% 0.0% 6.7% 0.0% 0.0% 6.7% 0.0% 20.1% 0.0% 0.0% 18.7% 0.0% 30.7% 0.0% 0.0% 81.3% 100.0% 69.3% 100.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table D-17: How recently, if ever, have you taken the following OVER-THE COUNTER drugs...
Past Month DXM, Triple C? All 6.7% 6.7% 12.0% 88.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table I-1: How recently, if ever, have you used...


Past Month Spray paint? All Whiteout,correction fld? All Computer dusting sprays? All 0.0% Helium,butane,propane,whippets,freon? All 5.0% Glue? All 0.0% Toluene,paint thinner,other solvents? All 9.9% Gasoline,octane booster,carburetor cleaner? All 5.0% Other aerosols/sprays? All 5.0% Any inhalant? All 9.9% 0.0% 5.0% 0.0% 9.9% 5.0% 5.0% 9.9% 15.7% 5.0% 0.0% 9.9% 5.0% 5.0% 19.9% 84.3% 95.0% 100.0% 90.1% 95.0% 95.0% 80.1% 0.0% 5.0% 14.9% 85.1% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 95.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table I-2: How often do you normally use inhalants?


Never Used All 100.0% Every Day 0.0% Several Times a Week 0.0% Several Times a Month 0.0% About Once a Month 0.0% About Less than Once a Once a Year Year 0.0% 0.0%

I-3: Number of different kinds of inhalants used


None 82.4% One 0.0% Two to Three 13.2% Four Plus 4.4%

All

Table I-4: Average age of first use of:


All Inhalants *

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Table I-5: Since school began in the fall, on how many days (if any) have you attended class while high from inhalant use?
None All 100.0% 1-3 Times 0.0% 4-9 Times 0.0% 10+ Times 0.0%

Table I-6: School year use of inhalants by absences and conduct problems:
Average days absent due to illness or other reasons Inhalants Users: 1.0 Inhalants Non-use 3.0 Average days conduct problems reported Inhalants Users: 6.0 Inhalants Non-use 1.5

Table I-7: About how many of your close friends use inhalants?
None All 90.1% A Few 9.9% Some 0.0% Most 0.0% ALL 0.0%

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Table I-8: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use inhalants?
Very Dangerous All 70.7% Somewhat Dangerous 5.3% Not very Dangerous 0.0% Not at All Dangerous 0.0% Do Not Know 24.0%

Table I-9: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get..


Never Heard Of Inhalants? All 46.6% 20.1% 0.0% 5.3% 5.3% 22.6% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

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Table X-1: Since school began in the fall, have you gotten any information on drugs or alcohol from the following sources?
CATEGORY A school health class An assembly program Guidance counselor Science class Social studies class Student group session Another source at school Any school source All All All All All All All All Yes 49.0% 13.4% 5.9% 5.9% 0.0% 13.4% 31.2% 42.1%

Table X-2: If you had a drug or alcohol problem and needed help, who would you go to?
CATEGORY Counselor/program in-school Another adult in school Counselor/program outside-school Your parents A medical doctor Your friends Another adult Yes 41.3% 42.8% 43.8% 58.7% 45.2% 70.7% 53.4%

All All All All All All All

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Table X-3: Since school began in the fall, have you sought help, other than from family or friends, for problems in any way connected with your use of alcohol, marijuana, or other drugs?
CATEGORY Seek Help All Yes 0.0%

Table X-4: About how many of your friends:


None Feel close to their parents? All 0.0% Sometimes carry weapons? All 50.0% Care about making good grades? All 0.0% Belong/want to belong to a gang? All 75.6% Wish they could drop out of school? All 64.4% A Few 26.8% 31.2% 15.6% 20.0% 15.6% Some 24.4% 10.0% 4.4% 4.4% 15.6% Most 23.2% 8.8% 50.0% 0.0% 4.4% ALL 25.6% 0.0% 30.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Table X-5: How safe do you feel when you are:


Very Somewh Not Very Not Safe Safe at Safe Safe at All In your home? All 90.0% Out in your neighborhood? All 37.9% At school? All 21.2% 10.0% 47.6% 45.6% 0.0% 10.0% 24.4% 0.0% 0.0% 4.4% 0.0% 4.4% 4.4% Don't Know

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2. Prevalence Tables

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Table B1: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade All students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 4.4% 10.0% 90.0% 0.0% 5.0% 16.2% 83.8% 0.0% 5.0% 21.2% 78.8% 9.9% 9.9% 19.9% 80.1% 56.3% 56.3% 83.8% 16.2% 16.2% 16.2% 50.0% 50.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B1: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade All students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10.6% 89.4% 5.0% 9.9% 9.9% 90.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B2: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Male students Table skipped because an insufficient number of cases.

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Table B3: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Female students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 9.3% 90.7% 0.0% 0.0% 16.7% 83.3% 0.0% 0.0% 24.0% 76.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7.4% 92.6% 59.3% 59.3% 85.3% 14.7% 9.3% 9.3% 42.6% 57.4% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B3: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Female students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 16.2% 83.8% 7.4% 14.7% 14.7% 85.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B4: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade White students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B4: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade White students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% * * * * * * * * 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B5: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade African/American students Table skipped because an insufficient number of cases.

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Table B6: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Mexican/American students Table skipped because there are no cases.

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Table B7: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting A grades Table skipped because an insufficient number of cases.

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Table B8: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting grades lower than A
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 5.9% 5.9% 94.1% 0.0% 7.0% 14.0% 86.0% 0.0% 7.0% 20.9% 79.1% 7.0% 7.0% 20.9% 79.1% 70.2% 70.2% 84.2% 15.8% 15.8% 15.8% 54.4% 45.6% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B8: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting grades lower than A
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 15.3% 84.7% 7.0% 14.0% 14.0% 86.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B9: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living with two parents
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B9: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living with two parents
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% * * * * * * * * 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B10: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students not living with two parents Table skipped because an insufficient number of cases.

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Table B11: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would seek help from adults for substance abuse problems
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 7.7% 17.3% 82.7% 0.0% 7.7% 25.0% 75.0% 0.0% 7.7% 25.0% 75.0% 15.3% 15.3% 23.0% 77.0% 52.0% 52.0% 84.7% 15.3% 25.0% 25.0% 50.0% 50.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B11: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would seek help from adults for substance abuse problems
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7.7% 92.3% 0.0% 7.7% 7.7% 92.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B12: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would not seek help from adults for substance abuse problems Table skipped because an insufficient number of cases.

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Table B13: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town three years or less Table skipped because an insufficient number of cases.

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Table B14: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town more than three years
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 5.5% 12.5% 87.5% 0.0% 6.4% 20.9% 79.1% 0.0% 6.4% 27.4% 72.6% 12.8% 12.8% 25.6% 74.4% 56.4% 56.4% 85.5% 14.5% 20.9% 20.9% 56.4% 43.6% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B14: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town more than three years
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 12.8% 87.2% 6.4% 12.8% 12.8% 87.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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3. Margin Tables

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GENDER q1 Frequency Percent Female 12 60.0% Male 8 40.0% LENGTH OF TIME IN THIS DISTRICT q7 Frequency Percent <1 year 2 8.8% 2-3 years 2 11.2% >4 years 16 80.0% PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL BAND/ORCHESTRA q12b Frequency Percent No 12 100.0% Frequency Missing = 8

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GRADE q2 Frequency Percent Grade 9 9 44.1% Grade 11 11 55.9%

DO YOU HAVE A JOB q8 Frequency Percent No 18 88.8% Yes 2 11.2%

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL CHOIR q12c Frequency Percent No 12 100.0% Frequency Missing = 8

LIVE WITH BOTH PARENTS q3 Frequency Percent No 10 48.8% Yes 10 51.2%

DO YOU GET AN ALLOWANCE q9 Frequency Percent No 12 60.0% Yes 8 40.0%

AGE q4 Frequency Percent 14 2 8.8% 15 7 35.3% 17 8 39.1% 18 3 16.8%

PARTICIPATE IN DRAMA/SPEECH/ART CLUBS q12d Frequency Percent No 11 90.7% Yes 1 9.3% Frequency Missing = 8

EITHER PARENT COLLEGE GRADUATE q10 Frequency Percent Don't Know 6 30.0% No 8 38.8% Yes 6 31.2%

ETHNICITY q5 Frequency Percent African/American 8 38.8% Asian/American 1 5.6% Other 1 5.6% White 10 50.0%

QUALIFY FOR FREE/REDUCED PRICE LUNCH q11 Frequency Percent Don't Know 5 26.8% No 3 15.6% Yes 12 57.6%

PARTICIPATE IN DRILL TEAM/CHEERLEADING q12e Frequency Percent No 12 85.7% Yes 2 14.3% Frequency Missing = 6

ON AVERAGE WHAT GRADES DO YOU GET q6 Frequency Percent Mostly A's 5 25.6% Mostly B's 10 51.2% Mostly C's 5 23.2%

PARTICIPATE IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT q12f Frequency Percent No 13 100.0% Frequency Missing = 6.8823529412

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL ATHLETICS (UIL, VARSITY, JR VARSITY) q12a Frequency Percent No 6 34.6% Yes 12 65.4% Frequency Missing = 2

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL NEWSPAPER/YEARBOOK q12g Frequency Percent No 8 59.2% Yes 5 40.8% Frequency Missing = 6.8823529412

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PARTICIPATE IN ACADEMIC CLUBS/SOCIETIES Frequency Percent 12 91.5% 1 8.5% PARTICIPATE IN OTHER CLUBS OR GROUPS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL q12m Frequency Percent No 11 79.4% Yes 3 20.6% Frequency Missing = 6 HOW MANY FRIENDS CARRY WEAPONS q14b Frequency Percent None 10 50.0% A Few 6 31.2% Some 2 10.0% Most 2 8.8%

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q12h No Yes

Frequency Missing = 6.8823529412

PARTICIPATE IN ACADEMIC COMPETITION GROUPS q12i Frequency Percent No 10 78.0% Yes 3 22.0% Frequency Missing = 6.8823529412

DO YOU FEEL SAFE IN YOUR HOME q13a Frequency Percent Very Safe 18 90.0% Somewhat Safe 2 10.0%

HOW MANY FRIENDS CARE ABOUT GOOD GRADES q14c Frequency Percent A Few 3 15.6% Some 1 4.4% Most 10 50.0% All 6 30.0%

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL SERVICE CLUBS q12j Frequency Percent No 13 100.0% Frequency Missing = 6.8823529412

DO YOU FEEL SAFE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD q13b Frequency Percent Very Safe 8 37.9% Somewhat Safe 10 47.6% Not Very Safe 2 10.0% Don't Know 1 4.4%

HOW MANY FRIENDS BELONG TO A GANG q14d Frequency Percent None 15 75.6% A Few 4 20.0% Some 1 4.4%

PARTICIPATE IN OTHER SCHOOL CLUBS OR GROUPS q12k Frequency Percent No 12 80.6% Yes 3 19.4% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

DO YOU FEEL SAFE AT SCHOOL q13c Frequency Percent Very Safe 4 21.2% Somewhat Safe 9 45.6% Not Very Safe 5 24.4% Not Safe At All 1 4.4% Don't Know 1 4.4%

FRIENDS WISHING TO DROP OUT OF SCHOOL q14e Frequency Percent None 13 64.4% A Few 3 15.6% Some 3 15.6% Most 1 4.4%

PARTICIPATE IN ATHLETIC TEAMS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL q12l Frequency Percent No 10 71.9% Yes 4 28.1% Frequency Missing = 5.7647058824

FRIENDS FEELING CLOSE TO THEIR PARENTS q14a Frequency Percent A Few 5 26.8% Some 5 24.4% Most 5 23.2% All 5 25.6%

PARENTS ATTEND PTA/SCHOOL OPEN HOUSES q15 Frequency Percent No 8 46.7% Yes 9 53.3% Frequency Missing = 2.8823529412

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RECENT INHALANT USE - SPRAY RECENT INHALANT USE - TOLUENE, PAINT PAINT THINNER, OTHER SOLVENTS Q16A Frequency Percent Q16F Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 17 95.0% Never Heard/Used 16 90.1% In the Past Month 1 5.0% In the Past Month 2 9.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

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Q17C Never Heard/Used In Your Lifetime Since School Began In the Past Month

RECENT BEER USE Frequency Percent 8 43.7% 5 26.2% 1 6.3% 4 23.8%

Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 RECENT INHALANT USE - WHITEOUT, RECENT INHALANT USE - GASOLINE, CORRECTION FLUID, MAGIC MARKERS OCTANE BOOSTER, CARBURETOR CLEANER Q16B Frequency Percent RECENT WINE COOLER USE Q16G Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 15 85.1% Q17D Frequency Percent 17 95.0% In Your Lifetime 2 9.9% Never Heard/Used Never Heard/Used 5 26.2% 1 5.0% Since School 1 5.0% In the Past Month In Your Lifetime 3 17.5% Began Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 In the Past Month 10 56.3% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 RECENT INHALANT USE - OTHER AEROSOLS/SPRAYS RECENT INHALANT USE - COMPUTER DUSTING SPRAYS Q16H Frequency Percent Q16C Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 17 95.0% Never Heard/Used 14 84.3% In the Past Month 1 5.0% In Your Lifetime 3 15.7% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

Q17E Never Heard/Used In Your Lifetime Since School Began In the Past Month

RECENT WINE USE Frequency Percent 10 56.3% 3 16.2% 1 5.0% 4 22.5%

RECENT CIGARETTE USE RECENT INHALANT USE - HELIUM, Q17A Frequency Percent BUTANE, PROPANE, WHIPPETS, Never Heard/Used 10 56.3% REFRIGERANTS/FREON In Your Lifetime 7 37.4% Q16D Frequency Percent In the Past Month 1 6.3% Never Heard/Used 17 95.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 In the Past Month 1 5.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 RECENT SMOKELESS TOBACCO USE Q17B Frequency Percent RECENT INHALANT USE - GLUE Never Heard/Used 13 77.7% Q16E Frequency Percent In Your Lifetime 2 11.8% Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% In the Past Month 2 10.5% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT LIQUOR USE Q17F Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 6 31.1% In Your Lifetime 5 27.5% Since School 1 5.0% Began In the Past Month 6 36.4% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT INHALANT USE Q17G Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

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RECENT ROHYPNOL USE RECENT MARIJUANA USE Q18H Frequency Percent Q18A Frequency Percent 17 100.0% Never Heard/Used 15 83.8% Never Heard/Used Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 In Your Lifetime 2 11.3% Since School 1 5.0% Began Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

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INHALANT USE IN PAST MONTH q19c Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT COCAINE USE Q18B Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT STEROID USE MARIJUANA USE IN PAST MONTH Q18I Frequency Percent q19d Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 16 90.1% Never Heard/Used 17 95.0% Since School 1 5.0% 1-2 times 1 5.0% Began Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 In the Past Month 1 5.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 COCAINE USE IN PAST MONTH q19e Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT CRACK USE Q18C Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT ECSTASY USE Q18J Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 15 89.4% In Your Lifetime 2 10.6% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

RECENT HALLUCINOGEN USE Q18E Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

RECENT HEROIN USE Q18K Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

CRACK USE IN PAST MONTH q19f Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT UPPER USE Q18F Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

TOBACCO USE IN PAST MONTH q19a Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 15 83.8% 1-2 times 1 6.3% 3-10 times 2 9.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

CLOSE FRIENDS USE CIGARETTES q20a Frequency Percent Never heard/None 7 38.7% A few 8 43.7% Some 3 17.5% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT DOWNER USE Q18G Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 18 100.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 ALCOHOL USE IN PAST MONTH q19b Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 11 59.9% 1-2 times 3 18.9% 3-10 times 4 21.2% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

CLOSE FRIENDS USE SMOKELESS TOBACCO q20b Frequency Percent Never heard/None 7 40.1% A few 7 40.1% Some 1 5.0% Most 3 14.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

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CLOSE FRIENDS USE BEER q20c Frequency Percent Never heard/None 7 40.8% A few 2 10.5% Some 4 23.7% Most 3 18.5% All 1 6.6% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588 CLOSE FRIENDS USE INHALANTS q20g Frequency Percent Never heard/None 16 90.1% A few 2 9.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 DIFFICULT TO GET BEER q21c Frequency Percent Never heard of 3 17.3% Impossible 3 17.3% Very difficult 1 5.3% Somewhat diff 2 12.0% Somewhat easy 3 18.7% Very easy 5 29.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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CLOSE FRIENDS USE WINE COOLERS q20d Frequency Percent Never heard/None 7 37.4% A few 3 16.2% Some 4 23.8% Most 2 11.3% All 2 11.3% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

CLOSE FRIENDS USE MARIJUANA q20h Frequency Percent Never heard/None 7 40.1% A few 8 45.0% Some 2 9.9% Most 1 5.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

CLOSE FRIENDS USE WINE q20e Frequency Percent Never heard/None 9 51.3% A few 4 19.9% Some 2 11.3% Most 3 17.5% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

DIFFICULT TO GET CIGARETTES q21a Frequency Percent Never heard of 2 12.0% Impossible 4 22.6% Very difficult 1 5.3% Somewhat diff 3 20.1% Somewhat easy 2 10.6% Very easy 5 29.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET WINE COOLERS q21d Frequency Percent Never heard of 4 22.6% Impossible 3 17.3% Somewhat diff 2 12.0% Somewhat easy 3 18.7% Very easy 5 29.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

CLOSE FRIENDS USE LIQUOR q20f Frequency Percent Never heard/None 5 27.5% A few 4 22.5% Some 3 14.9% Most 4 22.5% All 2 12.6% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

DIFFICULT TO GET SMOKELESS TOBACCO q21b Frequency Percent Never heard of 3 17.3% Impossible 4 24.0% Very difficult 1 6.7% Somewhat diff 1 5.3% Somewhat easy 3 15.9% Very easy 5 30.7% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET WINE q21e Frequency Percent Never heard of 3 18.3% Impossible 5 31.0% Very difficult 1 7.1% Somewhat diff 2 12.7% Somewhat easy 1 5.6% Very easy 4 25.4% Frequency Missing = 4.2352941176

DIFFICULT TO GET LIQUOR q21f Frequency Percent Never heard of 4 23.9% Impossible 2 12.7% Somewhat diff 1 5.6% Somewhat easy 4 25.4% Very easy 5 32.5% Frequency Missing = 4.2352941176

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DIFFICULT TO GET INHALANTS q21g Frequency Percent Never heard of 8 46.6% Impossible 3 20.1% Somewhat diff 1 5.3% Somewhat easy 1 5.3% Very easy 4 22.6% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 DIFFICULT TO GET UPPERS q21m Frequency Percent Never heard of 11 64.0% Impossible 5 30.7% Somewhat diff 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 DIFFICULT TO GET HALLUCINOGENS Frequency Percent 10 57.2% 6 37.5% 1 5.3% DIFFICULT TO GET ECSTASY q21q Frequency Percent Never heard of 5 33.3% Impossible 6 42.6% Somewhat diff 1 6.0% Very easy 3 18.1% Frequency Missing = 5.3529411765

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q21l Never heard of Impossible Very easy

Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET MARIJUANA q21h Frequency Percent Never heard of 5 29.3% Impossible 4 25.4% Somewhat diff 1 6.7% Somewhat easy 1 6.7% Very easy 5 31.8% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET HEROIN q21r Frequency Percent Never heard of 8 46.6% Impossible 8 48.1% Very easy 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET COCAINE q21i Frequency Percent Never heard of 6 36.0% Impossible 7 42.8% Very difficult 1 5.3% Somewhat diff 1 5.3% Very easy 2 10.6% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET DOWNERS q21n Frequency Percent Never heard of 11 64.0% Impossible 5 30.7% Somewhat diff 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET ROHYPNOL q21o Frequency Percent Never heard of 9 51.9% Impossible 7 42.8% Very easy 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

AGE WHEN FIRST USED CIGARETTES q22a Frequency Percent 9 or younger 2 19.9% 12 years old 1 9.9% 13 years old 1 12.6% 14 years old 1 9.9% 15 years old 1 9.9% 16 years old 2 25.2% 18 or older 1 12.6% Frequency Missing = 11.117647059

DIFFICULT TO GET CRACK q21j Frequency Percent Never heard of 5 29.3% Impossible 8 49.5% Very difficult 1 5.3% Somewhat diff 1 5.3% Very easy 2 10.6% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DIFFICULT TO GET STEROIDS q21p Frequency Percent Never heard of 4 25.8% Impossible 8 51.5% Very difficult 1 5.7% Very easy 3 17.0% Frequency Missing = 4.4705882353

AGE WHEN FIRST USED SMOKELESS TOBACCO q22b Frequency Percent 12 years old 1 23.4% 14 years old 1 23.4% 15 years old 2 53.1% Frequency Missing = 16.235294118

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AGE WHEN FIRST USED BEER q22c Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1 8.8% 10 years old 1 11.2% 13 years old 2 20.0% 14 years old 4 40.0% 15 years old 1 8.8% 18 or older 1 11.2% Frequency Missing = 10 AGE WHEN FIRST USED INHALANTS q22g Frequency Percent 14 years old 1 100.0% Frequency Missing = 19.117647059 AGE WHEN FIRST USED DOWNERS q22n Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

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AGE WHEN FIRST USED WINE COOLERS q22d Frequency Percent 9 or younger 2 15.9% 12 years old 2 18.0% 13 years old 1 10.1% 14 years old 5 46.0% 18 or older 1 10.1% Frequency Missing = 8.8823529412

AGE WHEN FIRST USED MARIJUANA q22h Frequency Percent 13 years old 1 30.6% 15 years old 1 30.6% 16 years old 1 38.8% Frequency Missing = 17.117647059

AGE WHEN FIRST USED ROHYPNOL q22o Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

AGE WHEN FIRST USED COCAINE q22i Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

AGE WHEN FIRST USED STEROIDS q22p Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1 50.0% 12 years old 1 50.0% Frequency Missing = 18.235294118

AGE WHEN FIRST USED WINE q22e Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1 11.4% 11 years old 2 22.7% 14 years old 4 51.5% 18 or older 1 14.4% Frequency Missing = 12.235294118

AGE WHEN FIRST USED CRACK q22j Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

AGE WHEN FIRST USED ECSTASY q22q Frequency Percent 12 years old 1 50.0% 14 years old 1 50.0% Frequency Missing = 18.235294118

AGE WHEN FIRST USED LIQUOR q22f Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1 7.9% 12 years old 1 7.9% 13 years old 1 10.1% 14 years old 5 43.9% 15 years old 2 20.1% 18 or older 1 10.1% Frequency Missing = 8.8823529412

AGE WHEN FIRST USED HALLUCINOGENS q22l Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

AGE WHEN FIRST USED HEROIN q22r Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

AGE WHEN FIRST USED UPPERS q22m Frequency Percent Frequency Missing = 20

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HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE WINE CIGARETTES q23e Frequency Percent q23a Frequency Percent Several times/mo 1 5.2% About once/month 2 13.2% About once/month 1 6.6% About once/year 2 10.5% About once/year 2 11.8% < once/year 1 5.2% < once/year 3 17.1% Never used 12 71.1% Never used 10 59.2% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588 Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588 HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE CRACK q23j Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

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HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE LIQUOR SMOKELESS TOBACCO q23f Frequency Percent q23b Frequency Percent Several times/mo 4 25.1% Several times/mo 2 10.5% About once/month 1 6.6% Never used 15 89.5% About once/year 2 11.8% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588 < once/year 3 17.1% Never used 7 39.4% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588 HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE BEER q23c Frequency Percent Several times/mo 3 18.5% About once/month 1 6.6% < once/year 5 30.3% Never used 8 44.6% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HALLUCINOGENS q23l Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE UPPERS q23m Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE INHALANTS q23g Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE DOWNERS q23n Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE WINE COOLERS q23d Frequency Percent Several times/mo 2 11.8% About once/month 3 19.9% About once/year 1 6.6% < once/year 3 17.1% Never used 8 44.6% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE MARIJUANA q23h Frequency Percent About once/year 1 6.6% < once/year 1 5.2% Never used 15 88.2% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE ROHYPNOL q23o Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE COCAINE q23i Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE STEROIDS q23p Frequency Percent < once/year 1 5.2% Never used 16 94.8% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

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HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE ECSTASY q23q Frequency Percent < once/year 1 5.2% Never used 16 94.8% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588 AMOUNT OF WINE AT ONE TIME q24c Frequency Percent Never drink this 10 56.3% 12+ drinks 1 5.0% 5-8 drinks 1 5.0% 2 drinks 2 11.3% 1 drink 2 11.3% < 1 drink 2 11.3% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

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GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM FRIENDS q26b Frequency Percent Do not Drink 5 26.2% Never 2 12.6% Seldom 6 33.8% Most of the Time 4 21.2% Always 1 6.3% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HEROIN q23r Frequency Percent Never used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.1176470588

AMOUNT OF BEER AT ONE TIME q24a Frequency Percent Never drink this 8 43.7% 12+ drinks 1 5.0% 9-11 drinks 1 5.0% 5-8 drinks 1 6.3% 3-4 drinks 1 5.0% 2 drinks 3 16.2% 1 drink 1 6.3% < 1 drink 2 12.6% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

AMOUNT OF LIQUOR AT ONE TIME q24d Frequency Percent Never drink this 6 31.1% 12+ drinks 2 11.3% 5-8 drinks 3 17.5% 3-4 drinks 1 6.3% 2 drinks 1 6.3% 1 drink 1 6.3% < 1 drink 4 21.2% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM A STORE q26c Frequency Percent Do not Drink 5 26.2% Never 11 62.6% Seldom 1 6.3% Most of the Time 1 5.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

AMOUNT OF WINE COOLERS AT ONE TIME q24b Frequency Percent Never drink this 6 31.1% 12+ drinks 2 11.3% 9-11 drinks 1 5.0% 3-4 drinks 3 18.9% 2 drinks 1 6.3% 1 drink 3 16.2% < 1 drink 2 11.3% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

HOW MANY 5+ DRINKS IN PAST 30 DAYS q25 Frequency Percent Never 5+ at time 5 26.2% None 8 46.4% 1 day 1 6.3% 2 days 1 5.0% 3 to 5 days 1 6.3% 10 or more days 2 9.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT PARTIES q26d Frequency Percent Do not Drink 5 26.2% Never 6 32.5% Seldom 2 12.6% Most of the Time 2 11.3% Always 3 17.5% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM HOME q26a Frequency Percent Do not Drink 6 38.5% Never 5 29.3% Seldom 4 25.4% Most of the Time 1 6.7% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM OTHER SOURCES q26e Frequency Percent Do not Drink 5 26.2% Never 4 23.8% Seldom 7 38.7% Most of the Time 1 5.0% Always 1 6.3% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

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USE MARIJUANA AS JOINTS q27a Frequency Percent Never 15 85.1% Seldom 3 14.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176 USED METHAMPHETAMINE EVEN ONE TIME q28 Frequency Percent Never heard/used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - XANAX ETC q29e Frequency Percent Never heard/used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

USE MARIJUANA AS BLUNTS q27b Frequency Percent Never 14 78.8% Seldom 3 16.2% Half the time 1 5.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - CODEINE q29a Frequency Percent Never heard/used 14 81.3% At least once/year 1 6.7% At least once/life 2 12.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

TAKE DXM, TRIPLE CS, ETC. TO GET HIGH q30 Frequency Percent Never heard/used 15 88.0% At least 1 6.7% once/month At least once/life 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

USE MARIJUANA IN BONGS OR WATER PIPES q27c Frequency Percent Never 15 85.1% Seldom 2 9.9% Half the time 1 5.0% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - OXYCONTIN ETC q29b Frequency Percent Never heard/used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE TOBACCO q31a Frequency Percent Very 7 42.2% Somewhat 4 25.4% Not very 3 19.8% Don't know 2 12.7% Frequency Missing = 4.2352941176

USE MARIJUANA IN PIPES q27d Frequency Percent Never 15 85.1% Seldom 3 14.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - VICODIN ETC q29c Frequency Percent Never heard/used 12 69.3% At least 1 6.7% once/month At least once/year 2 13.4% At least once/life 2 10.6% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

USE MARIJUANA OTHER WAYS q27e Frequency Percent Never 15 85.1% Seldom 3 14.9% Frequency Missing = 2.2352941176

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE ALCOHOL q31b Frequency Percent Very 7 39.9% Somewhat 6 36.0% Not very 1 6.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - VALIUM ETC q29d Frequency Percent Never heard/used 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE INHALANTS q31c Frequency Percent Very 12 70.7% Somewhat 1 5.3% Don't know 4 24.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE MARIJUANA q31d Frequency Percent Very 10 58.7% Somewhat 3 17.3% Not very 1 6.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE METHAMPHETAMINE q31j Frequency Percent Very 14 82.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE HEROIN q31i Frequency Percent Very 14 82.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 SENT TO PRINCIPAL/DEAN SINCE SEPTEMBER q32d Frequency Percent None 14 81.3% 1-3 days 1 5.3% 4-9 days 2 13.4% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE COCAINE q31e Frequency Percent Very 14 82.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

SOMEONE CALLED HOME SINCE SEPTEMBER q32e Frequency Percent None 14 82.7% 1-3 days 2 12.0% 10+ days 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE CRACK q31f Frequency Percent Very 14 82.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DAYS SKIPPED SINCE SEPTEMBER q32a Frequency Percent None 12 74.6% 1-3 days 4 25.4% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

IN TROUBLE FOR DRINKING SINCE SEPTEMBER q32f Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE ECSTASY q31g Frequency Percent Very 13 77.4% Somewhat 1 5.3% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DAYS ILL SINCE SEPTEMBER q32b Frequency Percent None 6 38.5% 1-3 days 10 61.5% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

IN TROUBLE FOR DRUG USE SINCE SEPTEMBER q32g Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE STEROIDS q31h Frequency Percent Very 12 70.7% Somewhat 1 5.3% Not at all 1 6.7% Don't know 3 17.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

OTHER REASON FOR DAYS MISSED SINCE SEPTEMBER q32c Frequency Percent None 8 50.5% 1-3 days 5 29.3% 4-9 days 2 13.4% 10+ days 1 6.7% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS BECAUSE OF DRINKING q33a Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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DRIVEN A CAR AFTER A GOOD BIT TO DRINK q33b Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 TROUBLE WITH POLICE BECAUSE OF DRUG USE q33h Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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ALCOHOL USE AT PARTIES THIS SCHOOL YEAR q35a Frequency Percent Never 7 45.5% Seldom 1 7.2% Most of the time 2 12.9% Always 3 20.1% Didn't attend 2 14.4% Frequency Missing = 4.4705882353

CRITICIZED BY DATE BECAUSE OF DRINKING q33c Frequency Percent None 14 86.6% 1-3 times 2 13.4% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

CLASS DAYS DRUNK ON ALCOHOL SINCE SEPT q34a Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

TROUBLE WITH POLICE BECAUSE OF DRINKING q33d Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

CLASS DAYS HIGH ON MARIJUANA SINCE SEPT q34b Frequency Percent None 16 94.7% 1-3 days 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DRUG USE AT PARTIES THIS SCHOOL YEAR q35b Frequency Percent Never 12 74.2% Seldom 2 11.4% Didn't attend 2 14.4% Frequency Missing = 4.4705882353

TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS BECAUSE OF DRUG USE q33e Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

CLASS DAYS HIGH ON INHALANTS SINCE SEPT q34c Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

q36 No

SOUGHT HELP FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL PROBLEM Frequency Percent 16 100.0%

Frequency Missing = 4.2352941176

DRIVEN A CAR WHILE HIGH FROM DRUGS q33f Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

CLASS DAYS HIGH ON OTHER DRUG(S) q34d Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM SCHOOL COUNSELOR q37a Frequency Percent No 10 58.7% Yes 7 41.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

CRITICIZED BY DATE BECAUSE OF DRUG USE q33g Frequency Percent None 17 100.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM ANOTHER ADULT IN SCHOOL q37b Frequency Percent No 10 57.2% Yes 7 42.8% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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WOULD SEEK HELP FROM COUNSELOR OR PROGRAM OUTSIDE SCHOOL q37c Frequency Percent No 9 56.2% Yes 7 43.8% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS q38a Frequency Percent No 8 51.0% Yes 7 49.0% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588 DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP OR CLUB q38f Frequency Percent No 13 86.6% Yes 2 13.4% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588 WOULD NOT SEEK HELP q37h Frequency Percent No 15 88.0% Yes 2 12.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765 DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS q38e Frequency Percent No 15 100.0% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

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WOULD SEEK HELP FROM PARENTS q37d Frequency Percent No 7 41.3% Yes 10 58.7% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM A MEDICAL DOCTOR q37e Frequency Percent No 9 54.8% Yes 8 45.2% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL ASSEMBLY PROGRAM q38b Frequency Percent No 13 86.6% Yes 2 13.4% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--INVITED SCHOOL GUEST q38g Frequency Percent No 13 86.6% Yes 2 13.4% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM FRIENDS q37f Frequency Percent No 5 29.3% Yes 12 70.7% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR q38c Frequency Percent No 14 94.1% Yes 1 5.9% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--ANOTHER SCHOOL SOURCE q38h Frequency Percent No 10 68.8% Yes 5 31.2% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM ANOTHER ADULT q37g Frequency Percent No 8 46.6% Yes 9 53.4% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCIENCE CLASS q38d Frequency Percent No 14 94.1% Yes 1 5.9% Frequency Missing = 5.1176470588

PARENTS FEEL ABOUT KIDS USING TOBACCO q39a Frequency Percent Strong disapprove 11 64.0% Mild disapprove 3 20.1% Neither 2 10.6% Don't know 1 5.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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PARENTS FEEL ABOUT KIDS DRINKING ALCOHOL q39b Frequency Percent Strong disapprove 10 57.2% Neither 4 24.0% Mildly approve 1 6.7% Don't know 2 12.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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PARENTS FEEL ABOUT KIDS USING MARIJUANA q39c Frequency Percent Strong disapprove 13 77.4% Neither 2 10.6% Don't know 2 12.0% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

TESTED FOR DRUG USE AT SCHOOL q40 Frequency Percent No 8 50.9% Yes 8 49.1% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

DRUG TESTING SHOULD BE REQUIRED FOR ALL STUDENT ATHLETES q41 Frequency Percent Don't Know 3 18.7% No 2 12.0% Yes 12 69.3% Frequency Missing = 3.3529411765

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Table of Contents
1. General Substance Tables Page 5

Tobacco Alcohol Drugs Inhalants Miscellaneous


2. Prevalence Tables Page 33

Table B1: All Students Table B2: Male Students Table B3: Female Students Table B4: White Students Table B5: African/American Students Table B6: Mexican/American Students Table B7: Students Reporting A Grades Table B8: Students Reporting Grades Lower Than an A Table B9: Students Living With 2 Parents Table B10: Students Not Living With 2 Parents Table B11: Students who would seek help from adults Table B12: Students who wouldnt seek help from adults Table B13: Students Living in Town 3 Years or Less Table Table B14: Students Living in Town More Than 3 Years
3. Margin Tables Page 63

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1. General Substance Tables

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Table T-1: How recently, if ever, have you used ..


Past Month Any tobacco product? All Cigarettes? All Smokeless tobacco? All 4.8% 6.9% 11.8% 88.2% 12.8% 17.9% 31.7% 68.3% 14.4% 19.9% 33.9% 66.1% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table T-2: How often do you normally use ..


Never Used Any tobacco product? All Cigarettes? All Smokeless tobacco? All 89.6% 1.3% 0.8% 1.2% 1.8% 1.9% 3.5% 71.1% 3.2% 2.7% 3.7% 5.9% 4.8% 8.6% 69.6% 4.1% 2.9% 3.9% 5.9% 4.9% 8.7% Every Day Several Times a Week Several Times a Month About Once a Month About Less than Once a Once a Year Year

Table T-3: Average age of first use of:


All Cigarettes 13.6 Smokeless tobacco 14.0 Any Tobacco 13.6

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Table T-4: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get...


Never Heard Of Any tobacco product? All Cigarettes? All Smokeless Tobacco? All 24.3% 16.1% 7.1% 10.5% 14.3% 27.7% 13.6% 13.0% 5.3% 9.5% 18.9% 39.6% 13.3% 12.5% 4.9% 9.0% 18.6% 41.7% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

Table T-5: About how many of your close friends...


None Use any tobacco product? All 36.8% Smoke cigarettes? All 40.3% Use a smokeless tobacco product? All 63.8% A Few 33.0% 33.6% 20.3% Some 18.6% 16.7% 10.7% Most 9.8% 8.0% 4.4% ALL 1.7% 1.4% 0.9%

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Table T-6: How do your parents feel about kids your age using tobacco?
Strongly Mildly Disapprove Disapprove All 73.9% 9.6% Neither 8.2% Mildly Approve 1.4% Strongly Approve Don't know 0.9% 5.9%

Table T-7: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use tobacco?
Very Dangerous All 49.9% Somewhat Dangerous 29.2% Not very Dangerous 12.4% Not at All Dangerous 3.7% Do Not Know 4.9%

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Table A-1: How recently, if ever, have you used...


Past Month Any alcohol product? All Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All 21.6% 33.2% 50.9% 49.1% 12.9% 22.5% 43.7% 56.3% 18.6% 29.4% 47.4% 52.6% 22.0% 32.6% 52.7% 47.3% 30.9% 43.4% 65.8% 34.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table A-2: How often do you normally use...


Never Used Any alcohol product? All Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All 51.3% 0.2% 2.7% 10.7% 13.9% 12.3% 8.9% 58.0% 0.1% 1.4% 5.5% 9.7% 13.7% 11.6% 55.5% 0.2% 2.0% 8.5% 12.4% 12.0% 9.3% 49.5% 0.3% 3.3% 11.0% 13.9% 11.3% 10.7% 39.5% 0.5% 4.1% 14.1% 16.5% 14.0% 11.1% Every Day Several Times a Week Several Times a Month About Once a Month About Less than Once a Once a Year Year

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Table A-3: When you drink the following alcoholic beverages, how many drinks do you usually have at one time, on average?
Never Beer All Wine Coolers All Wine All Liquor All 48.0% 52.0% 14.4% 27.8% 9.7% 54.8% 45.2% 4.2% 24.5% 16.5% 51.7% 48.3% 9.9% 29.4% 8.9% 46.3% 53.7% 15.9% 25.3% 12.6% Ever Used 5 or More 1 to 4 Less than 1

Table A-4: During the past 30 days, on how many days have you had five or more drinks of alcohol at one time?
Never/None Alcohol All 77.3% 7.5% 4.8% 5.4% 2.2% 2.7% 1 day 2 days 3 to 5 days 6 to 9 days 10 or more days

Table A-5: Average age of first use of:


All Beer 13.3 Wine Coolers 13.7 Wine 13.5 Liquor 14.2 Any Alcohol 13.1

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Table A-6: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get...


Never Heard Of Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All Any alcohol product? All 10.4% 7.6% 4.2% 10.3% 21.3% 46.1% 12.6% 12.3% 7.5% 13.1% 20.2% 34.3% 13.9% 11.2% 7.0% 13.9% 20.6% 33.3% 15.4% 10.9% 6.4% 13.3% 20.9% 33.1% 11.4% 9.3% 5.3% 12.2% 22.4% 39.4% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

Table A-7: Since school began in the fall, on how many days (if any) have you...
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Attended class while drunk on alcohol? All 92.6% 5.5% 1.1% Gotten into trouble with teachers because of your drinking? All 98.9% 0.7% 0.1% 10+ Times 0.8% 0.2%

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Table A-8: School year use of alcohol by absences and conduct problems:
Average days absent due to illness or other reasons Alcohol Users: 4.3 Alcohol Non-use 3.3 Average days conduct problems reported Alcohol Users: 2.5 Alcohol Non-use 1.0

Table A-9: During the past twelve months, how many times have you...
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Driven a car when you've had a good bit to drink? All 92.1% 6.1% 1.0% Gotten into trouble with the police because of drinking? All 97.1% 2.5% 0.2% 10+ Times 0.8% 0.2%

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Table A-10: About how many of your close friends use...


None Any alcohol product? All Beer? All Wine coolers? All Wine? All Liquor? All 32.9% 22.4% 19.5% 18.6% 6.6% 49.4% 24.7% 15.1% 7.9% 2.9% 40.7% 22.2% 18.5% 13.9% 4.7% 26.4% 24.0% 21.2% 21.2% 7.1% 22.0% 23.6% 21.4% 23.9% 9.1% A Few Some Most ALL

Table A-11: During the past twelve months, how many times have you...
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times 10+ Times Had difficulties of any kind with your friends because of your drinking? All 93.3% 5.8% 0.5% 0.3% Been criticized by someone you were dating because of drinking? All 91.8% 6.8% 0.8% 0.6%

Table A-12: Thinking of parties you attended this school year, how often was alcohol used?
Never 34.3% Seldom 9.1% Half Most the Time of the Time 7.3% 12.9% Always Don't know 20.8% 1.9% Didn't attend 13.8%

All

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Table A-13: How often, if ever, do you get alcoholic beverages from..
Do Not Drink At home? All From friends? All From a store? All At parties? All Other source? All 43.3% 26.6% 14.0% 8.3% 7.8% 38.2% 14.4% 13.7% 16.2% 17.5% 42.6% 41.3% 8.1% 5.3% 2.7% 39.6% 16.2% 18.3% 18.8% 7.1% 43.3% 24.9% 22.0% 6.8% 3.0% Never Seldom Most of the Time Always

Table A-14: How do your parents feel about kids your age drinking alcohol?
Strongly Mildly Disapprove Disapprove All 60.2% 16.7% Neither 12.4% Mildly Approve 4.2% Strongly Approve Don't know 1.2% 5.3%

Table A-15: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use alcohol?
Very Dangerous All 45.7% Somewhat Dangerous 33.4% Not very Dangerous 14.4% Not at All Dangerous 3.3% Do Not Know 3.3%

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Table D-1: How recently, if ever, have you used...


Past Month Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Hallucinogens? All Uppers? All Downers? All Rohypnol? All Steroids? All Ecstasy? All Heroin? All 0.4% 0.5% 1.1% 98.9% 2.2% 3.8% 7.8% 92.2% 0.5% 0.7% 1.4% 98.6% 0.8% 1.2% 2.3% 97.7% 2.7% 4.1% 6.9% 93.1% 2.4% 3.7% 6.4% 93.6% 1.6% 2.7% 5.3% 94.7% 0.4% 0.6% 1.4% 98.6% 1.6% 2.6% 5.5% 94.5% 14.5% 21.0% 33.7% 66.3% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table D-2: How often do you normally use...


Never Used Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Hallucinogens? All Uppers? All Downers? All Rohypnol? All Steroids? All Ecstasy? All Heroin? All 99.0% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 0.4% 93.0% 0.1% 0.3% 0.7% 1.4% 2.1% 2.5% 99.0% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 0.4% 98.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.3% 0.4% 0.5% 0.6% 93.5% 0.2% 0.5% 1.1% 1.6% 1.5% 1.6% 93.9% 0.2% 0.4% 0.9% 1.5% 1.4% 1.6% 95.5% 0.1% 0.1% 0.4% 0.9% 1.5% 1.5% 98.8% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 0.3% 0.4% 95.4% 0.2% 0.3% 0.6% 1.0% 1.0% 1.6% 68.4% 4.0% 4.0% 5.3% 6.1% 5.5% 6.7% Every Day Several Times a Week Several Times a Month About Once a Month About Less than Once a Once a Year Year

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Table D-3: Average age of first use of:


All Marijuana 14.0 Cocaine 14.7 Crack 13.9 Hallucinoge ns 14.7 Uppers 14.5 Downers 14.4 Rohypnol 14.0 Steroids 13.6 Ecstasy 14.8 Heroin 14.1

Table D-4: Age of first use of marijuana by family situation:


Never Two parent family All Other family situation All 56.9% 2.3% 3.4% 11.2% 17.3% 8.2% 0.7% 71.9% 0.9% 1.5% 6.0% 12.5% 6.7% 0.5% 9/ Under 10 to 11 12 to 13 14 to 15 16 to 17 Over 17

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Table D-5: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get..


Never Heard Of Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Hallucinogens? All Uppers? All Downers? All Rohypnol? All Steroids? All Ecstasy? All Heroin? All 31.5% 34.2% 15.6% 8.3% 4.1% 6.2% 29.0% 26.5% 12.6% 10.5% 8.8% 12.5% 27.6% 32.9% 15.4% 10.8% 6.0% 7.4% 41.7% 25.3% 13.0% 8.3% 4.7% 7.0% 47.1% 18.6% 9.4% 8.1% 6.7% 10.2% 47.2% 18.6% 9.3% 8.0% 6.9% 9.9% 35.2% 25.1% 13.7% 10.8% 6.9% 8.3% 24.4% 31.8% 17.0% 12.4% 6.6% 7.8% 22.5% 30.3% 15.8% 13.1% 7.9% 10.4% 15.0% 18.1% 7.5% 10.2% 15.3% 33.9% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

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Table D-6: Since school began in the fall, on how many days (if any) have you..
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Attended class while high from marijuana use? All 86.5% 6.7% 2.5% Attended class while high from use of some other drug? All 94.3% 3.4% 1.0% Gotten into trouble with teachers because of your drug use? All 98.4% 1.1% 0.2% 10+ Times 4.2% 1.2% 0.3%

Table D-7: School year use of marijuana by absences and conduct problems:
Average days absent due to illness or other reasons Marijuana Users: 4.4 Marijuana Non-use 3.5 Average days conduct problems reported Marijuana Users: 3.6 Marijuana Non-use 1.1

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Table D-8: During the past twelve months, how many times have you..
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times Driven a car when you've felt high from drugs? All 91.1% 5.5% 1.5% Gotten into trouble with the police because of drug use? All 97.3% 2.2% 0.3% 10+ Times 2.0% 0.2%

Table D-9: About how many of your close friends use marijuana?
None All 37.9% A Few 20.9% Some 17.3% Most 17.2% ALL 6.7%

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Table D-10: During the past twelve months, how many times have you..
None 1-3 Times 4-9 Times 10+ Times Had difficulties of any kind with your friends because of your drug use? All 93.7% 5.2% 0.7% 0.4% Been criticized by someone you were dating because of drug use? All 92.1% 6.2% 0.9% 0.8%

Table D-11: Thinking of parties you attended this school year, how often were marijuana and/or other drugs used?
Never 44.3% Seldom 9.7% Half Most the Time of the Time 7.1% 9.6% Always Don't know 12.8% 2.7% Didn't attend 13.9%

All

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Table D-12: How often, if ever, do you smoke marijuana in..


CATEGORY Joints? Blunts? Bongs or water pipes? Pipes? Some other way? All All All All All Never 74.6% 74.5% 78.6% 77.0% 84.0% Seldom 10.4% 8.5% 7.7% 6.9% 6.8% Half the Time 5.6% 4.7% 4.8% 4.5% 2.0% Most of the Time 4.7% 5.7% 4.3% 5.9% 2.0% Always Don't know 3.9% 0.9% 5.7% 1.0% 3.9% 0.8% 4.8% 0.8% 2.9% 2.3%

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Table D-13: How do your parents feel about kids your age using marijuana?
Strongly Mildly Disapprove Disapprove All 78.2% 7.0% Neither 6.5% Mildly Approve 1.6% Strongly Approve Don't know 1.6% 5.3%

Table D-14: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use...
Very Dangerous Marijuana? All Cocaine? All Crack? All Ecstasy? All Steroids? All Heroin? All 87.3% 5.5% 1.0% 0.8% 5.4% 74.8% 14.0% 4.3% 1.5% 5.5% 76.6% 12.1% 4.0% 1.5% 5.8% 86.5% 7.0% 1.2% 0.8% 4.5% 84.4% 8.6% 1.7% 0.9% 4.4% 49.2% 16.5% 15.1% 15.6% 3.6% Somewhat Dangerous Not very Dangerous Not at All Dangerous Do Not Know

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Table D-15: How recently, if ever, have you taken...


Past Month Methamphetamine? All 0.9% 1.4% 2.9% 97.1% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table D-16: How recently, if ever, have you taken the following PRESCRIPTION DRUGS...
Past Month Codeine? All 4.4% Oxycontin, Percodan, Percocet or Oxycodone? All 1.6% Vicodin, Lortab, Lorcet, or Hydrocodone? All 3.6% Valium or Diazepam? All 0.9% Xanax or Alprazolam? All 2.0% 7.8% 2.8% 6.9% 1.5% 3.3% 12.5% 4.7% 10.3% 2.7% 5.2% 87.5% 95.3% 89.7% 97.3% 94.8% School Year Ever Used Never Used

Table D-17: How recently, if ever, have you taken the following OVER-THE COUNTER drugs...
Past Month DXM, Triple C? All 1.7% 2.8% 4.8% 95.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table I-1: How recently, if ever, have you used...


Past Month Spray paint? All Whiteout,correction fld? All Computer dusting sprays? All 0.7% Helium,butane,propane,whippets,freon? All 2.2% Glue? All 0.5% Toluene,paint thinner,other solvents? All 0.5% Gasoline,octane booster,carburetor cleaner? All 0.9% Other aerosols/sprays? All 0.7% Any inhalant? All 3.8% 1.2% 3.4% 0.6% 0.8% 1.2% 1.1% 6.0% 3.2% 7.8% 1.5% 1.9% 2.7% 2.7% 14.5% 96.8% 92.2% 98.5% 98.1% 97.3% 97.3% 85.5% 1.4% 2.3% 6.9% 93.1% 0.6% 1.1% 3.7% 96.3% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table I-2: How often do you normally use inhalants?


Never Used All 94.6% Every Day 0.1% Several Times a Week 0.2% Several Times a Month 0.4% About Once a Month 0.8% About Less than Once a Once a Year Year 1.1% 2.9%

I-3: Number of different kinds of inhalants used


None 85.7% One 7.6% Two to Three 4.6% Four Plus 2.1%

All

Table I-4: Average age of first use of:


All Inhalants 12.8

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Table I-5: Since school began in the fall, on how many days (if any) have you attended class while high from inhalant use?
None All 98.4% 1-3 Times 1.0% 4-9 Times 0.2% 10+ Times 0.4%

Table I-6: School year use of inhalants by absences and conduct problems:
Average days absent due to illness or other reasons Inhalants Users: 4.7 Inhalants Non-use 3.7 Average days conduct problems reported Inhalants Users: 4.0 Inhalants Non-use 1.5

Table I-7: About how many of your close friends use inhalants?
None All 83.4% A Few 11.3% Some 3.6% Most 1.3% ALL 0.5%

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Table I-8: How dangerous do you think it is for kids your age to use inhalants?
Very Dangerous All 73.2% Somewhat Dangerous 15.5% Not very Dangerous 4.1% Not at All Dangerous 1.6% Do Not Know 5.6%

Table I-9: If you wanted some, how difficult would it be to get..


Never Heard Of Inhalants? All 24.9% 14.6% 5.6% 7.1% 11.4% 36.5% Impossible Very Difficult Somewhat Difficult Somewhat Easy Very Easy

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Table X-1: Since school began in the fall, have you gotten any information on drugs or alcohol from the following sources?
CATEGORY A school health class An assembly program Guidance counselor Science class Social studies class Student group session An invited school guest Another source at school Any school source All All All All All All All All All Yes 47.2% 44.5% 22.8% 31.5% 16.5% 16.0% 31.5% 30.4% 57.0%

Table X-2: If you had a drug or alcohol problem and needed help, who would you go to?
CATEGORY Counselor/program in-school Another adult in school Counselor/program outside-school Your parents A medical doctor Your friends Another adult Yes 32.2% 38.2% 38.2% 60.7% 44.1% 70.7% 61.4%

All All All All All All All

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Table X-3: Since school began in the fall, have you sought help, other than from family or friends, for problems in any way connected with your use of alcohol, marijuana, or other drugs?
CATEGORY Seek Help All Yes 8.0%

Table X-4: About how many of your friends:


None Feel close to their parents? All 4.3% Sometimes carry weapons? All 64.2% Care about making good grades? All 2.5% Belong/want to belong to a gang? All 75.1% Wish they could drop out of school? All 56.8% A Few 25.3% 21.5% 11.9% 14.7% 28.5% Some 26.9% 9.1% 23.2% 6.2% 9.4% Most 35.8% 3.7% 45.4% 2.7% 3.4% ALL 7.7% 1.5% 16.9% 1.3% 1.9%

Table X-5: How safe do you feel when you are:


Very Somewh Not Very Not Safe Safe at Safe Safe at All In your home? All 84.1% Out in your neighborhood? All 46.1% At school? All 43.2% 13.9% 44.8% 45.1% 0.9% 6.0% 6.4% 0.4% 1.7% 2.9% 0.8% 1.4% 2.3% Don't Know

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2. Prevalence Tables

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Table B1: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade All students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine * Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 2.7% 4.1% 6.9% 93.1% 2.4% 3.7% 6.4% 93.6% 1.6% 2.7% 5.3% 94.7% 0.4% 0.6% 1.4% 98.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 1.7% 2.8% 5.8% 94.2% 6.6% 10.5% 19.4% 80.6% 14.5% 21.0% 33.7% 66.3% 15.9% 22.1% 34.6% 65.4% 3.8% 6.0% 14.5% 85.5% 30.9% 43.4% 65.8% 34.2% 14.4% 19.9% 33.9% 66.1% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B1: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade All students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.4% 0.5% 1.1% 98.9% 2.2% 3.8% 7.8% 92.2% 0.5% 0.7% 1.4% 98.6% 0.8% 1.2% 2.3% 97.7% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B2: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Male students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 3.1% 4.7% 7.7% 92.3% 2.6% 4.0% 6.8% 93.2% 2.1% 3.4% 6.6% 93.4% 0.5% 0.8% 1.6% 98.4% 2.2% 3.3% 6.8% 93.2% 2.4% 3.5% 7.0% 93.0% 7.6% 11.6% 21.1% 78.9% 16.8% 23.6% 37.1% 62.9% 18.4% 24.7% 37.8% 62.2% 3.6% 5.7% 13.9% 86.1% 31.1% 42.3% 63.9% 36.1% 17.5% 23.3% 38.0% 62.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B2: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Male students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.4% 0.6% 1.2% 98.8% 2.5% 4.1% 8.2% 91.8% 0.7% 1.0% 1.8% 98.2% 0.9% 1.2% 2.3% 97.7% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B3: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Female students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 2.3% 3.6% 6.1% 93.9% 2.2% 3.4% 6.0% 94.0% 1.2% 2.0% 4.1% 95.9% 0.2% 0.5% 1.2% 98.8% 1.1% 1.9% 4.3% 95.7% 1.1% 2.1% 4.6% 95.4% 5.8% 9.4% 17.8% 82.2% 12.4% 18.6% 30.5% 69.5% 13.5% 19.6% 31.6% 68.4% 4.0% 6.1% 14.9% 85.1% 30.6% 44.5% 67.6% 32.4% 11.5% 16.6% 30.1% 69.9% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B3: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Female students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.3% 0.5% 1.1% 98.9% 2.0% 3.5% 7.3% 92.7% 0.3% 0.4% 1.0% 99.0% 0.7% 1.1% 2.2% 97.8% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B4: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade White students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 3.0% 4.4% 7.1% 92.9% 2.8% 4.3% 7.3% 92.7% 1.8% 3.4% 6.6% 93.4% 0.3% 0.5% 1.2% 98.8% 1.0% 1.9% 3.9% 96.1% 1.1% 2.0% 4.1% 95.9% 5.5% 9.4% 17.1% 82.9% 13.0% 19.3% 30.0% 70.0% 14.3% 20.4% 30.9% 69.1% 3.3% 5.3% 13.8% 86.2% 31.3% 44.3% 65.1% 34.9% 18.4% 23.9% 35.8% 64.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B4: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade White students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.3% 0.5% 1.1% 98.9% 1.8% 3.4% 6.9% 93.1% 0.5% 0.8% 1.6% 98.4% 0.4% 0.7% 1.4% 98.6% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B5: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Black students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 1.4% 2.2% 3.7% 96.3% 1.1% 1.6% 3.1% 96.9% 0.7% 1.3% 2.3% 97.7% 0.2% 0.5% 0.8% 99.2% 0.7% 1.0% 1.8% 98.2% 0.8% 1.2% 2.2% 97.8% 10.0% 14.8% 25.2% 74.8% 15.1% 21.5% 34.0% 66.0% 15.6% 21.8% 34.0% 66.0% 2.8% 4.7% 11.1% 88.9% 25.4% 37.7% 62.5% 37.5% 8.7% 12.2% 24.1% 75.9% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B5: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Black students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.4% 0.6% 0.7% 99.3% 1.5% 2.4% 4.0% 96.0% 0.2% 0.3% 1.0% 99.0% 0.3% 0.5% 0.9% 99.1% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B6: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Mexican/American students
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 2.9% 4.4% 7.7% 92.3% 2.4% 3.8% 6.7% 93.3% 1.7% 2.5% 5.2% 94.8% 0.5% 0.8% 1.7% 98.3% 2.3% 3.6% 7.8% 92.2% 2.5% 3.8% 8.1% 91.9% 6.7% 10.2% 19.8% 80.2% 15.6% 22.3% 36.9% 63.1% 17.2% 23.6% 37.9% 62.1% 4.5% 6.9% 15.8% 84.2% 32.6% 45.0% 68.0% 32.0% 13.5% 19.5% 35.8% 64.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B6: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Mexican/American students
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.3% 0.6% 1.3% 98.7% 2.8% 4.4% 9.4% 90.6% 0.5% 0.7% 1.3% 98.7% 1.2% 1.7% 3.3% 96.7% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B7: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting A grades
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 1.4% 2.1% 3.7% 96.3% 1.4% 2.2% 3.6% 96.4% 1.0% 1.7% 3.2% 96.8% 0.2% 0.3% 0.9% 99.1% 0.8% 1.2% 2.6% 97.4% 0.8% 1.3% 2.7% 97.3% 4.1% 7.3% 13.3% 86.7% 8.0% 12.8% 20.8% 79.2% 9.0% 13.6% 21.7% 78.3% 2.1% 3.4% 9.4% 90.6% 23.3% 35.5% 58.0% 42.0% 8.3% 12.4% 22.2% 77.8% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B7: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting A grades
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.2% 0.3% 0.7% 99.3% 1.2% 2.1% 4.1% 95.9% 0.5% 0.7% 1.1% 98.9% 0.3% 0.5% 1.0% 99.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B8: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting grades lower than A
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All All All All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 3.3% 5.0% 8.2% 91.8% 2.8% 4.4% 7.6% 92.4% 1.9% 3.1% 6.2% 93.8% 0.4% 0.8% 1.6% 98.4% 1.9% 3.1% 6.7% 93.3% 2.1% 3.4% 7.0% 93.0% 7.7% 11.8% 21.9% 78.1% 17.2% 24.4% 39.0% 61.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 4.5% 7.0% 16.5% 83.5% 33.9% 46.7% 69.1% 30.9% 16.9% 22.9% 38.7% 61.3% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B8: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students reporting grades lower than A
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.4% 0.6% 1.3% 98.7% 2.6% 4.4% 9.2% 90.8% 0.5% 0.7% 1.5% 98.5% 1.0% 1.5% 2.8% 97.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B9: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living with two parents
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 1.9% 3.0% 5.2% 94.8% 1.7% 2.7% 4.9% 95.1% 1.3% 2.2% 4.0% 96.0% 0.3% 0.5% 1.1% 98.9% 1.4% 2.2% 4.5% 95.5% 1.5% 2.4% 4.8% 95.2% 5.5% 8.7% 16.3% 83.7% 11.6% 17.0% 28.0% 72.0% 12.8% 18.1% 28.9% 71.1% 3.4% 5.4% 13.0% 87.0% 28.0% 39.6% 61.6% 38.4% 11.9% 16.8% 29.3% 70.7% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B9: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living with two parents
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.3% 0.4% 0.9% 99.1% 1.7% 2.9% 6.2% 93.8% 0.4% 0.7% 1.3% 98.7% 0.6% 0.9% 1.8% 98.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B10: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students not living with two parents
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 3.9% 5.8% 9.4% 90.6% 3.4% 5.2% 8.7% 91.3% 2.1% 3.5% 7.2% 92.8% 0.4% 0.8% 1.8% 98.2% 1.9% 3.2% 7.0% 93.0% 2.1% 3.4% 7.3% 92.7% 8.3% 13.1% 24.1% 75.9% 18.9% 27.0% 42.4% 57.6% 20.4% 28.2% 43.3% 56.7% 4.4% 6.9% 16.6% 83.4% 35.2% 49.3% 72.3% 27.7% 18.1% 24.5% 40.9% 59.1% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B10: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students not living with two parents
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.5% 0.7% 1.6% 98.4% 3.0% 5.0% 10.2% 89.8% 0.5% 0.7% 1.6% 98.4% 1.1% 1.6% 3.0% 97.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B11: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would seek help from adults for substance abuse problems
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 2.2% 3.4% 5.9% 94.1% 1.8% 3.1% 5.5% 94.5% 1.2% 2.1% 4.3% 95.7% 0.2% 0.4% 1.0% 99.0% 1.2% 1.9% 4.4% 95.6% 1.3% 2.1% 4.6% 95.4% 6.0% 9.7% 18.5% 81.5% 12.3% 18.4% 30.4% 69.6% 13.4% 19.3% 31.3% 68.7% 3.4% 5.3% 13.2% 86.8% 28.9% 41.6% 64.6% 35.4% 12.5% 17.5% 31.0% 69.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B11: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would seek help from adults for substance abuse problems
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.2% 0.3% 0.8% 99.2% 1.7% 3.0% 6.7% 93.3% 0.3% 0.5% 1.1% 98.9% 0.6% 0.9% 1.8% 98.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B12: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would not seek help from adults for substance abuse problems
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 4.7% 7.1% 10.8% 89.2% 4.4% 6.4% 10.0% 90.0% 3.0% 4.7% 8.8% 91.2% 0.9% 1.5% 3.0% 97.0% 3.2% 5.0% 9.6% 90.4% 3.4% 5.4% 10.0% 90.0% 9.4% 13.8% 23.3% 76.7% 22.3% 30.7% 45.7% 54.3% 24.9% 32.5% 46.5% 53.5% 5.6% 8.9% 19.9% 80.1% 38.1% 50.5% 71.0% 29.0% 20.7% 28.2% 43.3% 56.7% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B12: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students would not seek help from adults for substance abuse problems
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.7% 1.2% 2.3% 97.7% 4.0% 6.2% 11.7% 88.3% 0.6% 1.1% 2.0% 98.0% 1.6% 2.4% 4.0% 96.0% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B13: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town three years or less
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 3.1% 4.5% 7.4% 92.6% 2.5% 3.9% 7.0% 93.0% 1.5% 2.8% 5.9% 94.1% 0.4% 0.7% 1.4% 98.6% 2.1% 2.9% 6.2% 93.8% 2.2% 3.1% 6.4% 93.6% 7.3% 11.1% 21.3% 78.7% 15.6% 22.4% 36.7% 63.3% 17.0% 23.4% 37.5% 62.5% 4.5% 6.9% 15.8% 84.2% 30.8% 42.4% 66.3% 33.7% 15.4% 20.8% 36.8% 63.2% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B13: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town three years or less
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.3% 0.5% 1.3% 98.7% 2.5% 3.9% 8.2% 91.8% 0.4% 0.6% 1.6% 98.4% 0.9% 1.3% 2.7% 97.3% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B14: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town more than three years
Past Month Tobacco All Alcohol All Inhalants All Any Illicit Drug All Marijuana All Marijuana Only All Cocaine or Crack All Cocaine All Crack All Hallucinogens All Uppers All Downers All 2.6% 4.0% 6.7% 93.3% 2.3% 3.7% 6.3% 93.7% 1.7% 2.7% 5.2% 94.8% 0.4% 0.6% 1.4% 98.6% 1.5% 2.5% 5.3% 94.7% 1.6% 2.7% 5.6% 94.4% 6.4% 10.3% 18.9% 81.1% 14.2% 20.6% 32.9% 67.1% 15.5% 21.8% 33.8% 66.2% 3.6% 5.7% 14.0% 86.0% 31.0% 43.8% 65.9% 34.1% 14.2% 19.6% 33.1% 66.9% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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Table B14: Prevalence and recency of use of selected substances by grade Students living in town more than three years
(Continued) Past Month Rohypnol All Steroids All Ecstasy All Heroin All 0.4% 0.6% 1.1% 98.9% 2.2% 3.7% 7.7% 92.3% 0.5% 0.7% 1.4% 98.6% 0.8% 1.1% 2.2% 97.8% School Year Ever Used Never Used

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3. Margin Tables

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GENDER q1 Frequency Percent Female 536,383 51.7% Male 500,921 48.3% Frequency Missing = 6129.3200786 ETHNICITY q5 Frequency Percent African/American 138,167 13.4% Asian/American 15,907 1.5% Mexican/American 495,702 48.1% Native/American 5,172 0.5% Other 27,220 2.6% White 348,282 33.8% Frequency Missing = 12982.243711 DO YOU GET AN ALLOWANCE q9 Frequency Percent No 703,475 68.6% Yes 321,267 31.4% Frequency Missing = 18691.135506

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GRADE q2 Frequency Percent Grade 9 301,492 28.9% Grade 10 265,751 25.5% Grade 11 247,609 23.7% Grade 12 228,581 21.9%

LIVE WITH BOTH PARENTS q3 Frequency Percent No 410,945 39.8% Yes 622,487 60.2% Frequency Missing = 10000.216875

ON AVERAGE WHAT GRADES DO YOU GET q6 Frequency Percent Mostly A's 297,245 28.9% Mostly B's 553,493 53.7% Mostly C's 157,508 15.3% Mostly D's 15,589 1.5% Mostly F's 6,270 0.6% Frequency Missing = 13326.505601

EITHER PARENT COLLEGE GRADUATE q10 Frequency Percent Don't Know 129,818 12.6% No 452,834 44.0% Yes 446,800 43.4% Frequency Missing = 13981.736561

QUALIFY FOR FREE/REDUCED PRICE LUNCH q11 Frequency Percent Don't Know 124,507 12.1% No 425,418 41.3% Yes 480,295 46.6% Frequency Missing = 13213.234452

q4 Frequency 11 or younger 395 12 228 13 398 14 86,149 15 268,359 16 265,197 17 248,948 18 153,926 19 or older 14,970

AGE Percent 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 8.3% 25.8% 25.5% 24.0% 14.8% 1.4%

LENGTH OF TIME IN THIS DISTRICT q7 Frequency Percent <1 year 84,925 8.2% 2-3 years 152,643 14.8% >4 years 794,794 77.0% Frequency Missing = 11071.279639

Frequency Missing = 4862.4402703

DO YOU HAVE A JOB q8 Frequency Percent No 769,826 74.7% Yes 261,058 25.3% Frequency Missing = 12548.943349

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL ATHLETICS (UIL, VARSITY, JR VARSITY) q12a Frequency Percent No 509,204 53.2% Yes 448,034 46.8% Frequency Missing = 86195.588476

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL BAND/ORCHESTRA q12b Frequency Percent No 757,566 87.1% Yes 112,125 12.9% Frequency Missing = 173741.83706

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PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL CHOIR q12c Frequency Percent No 773,525 91.2% Yes 74,876 8.8% Frequency Missing = 195031.96885 PARTICIPATE IN ACADEMIC CLUBS/SOCIETIES Frequency Percent 703,552 81.7% 157,643 18.3% PARTICIPATE IN OTHER CLUBS OR GROUPS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL q12m Frequency Percent No 638,321 73.1% Yes 235,468 26.9% Frequency Missing = 169643.81739

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q12h No Yes

Frequency Missing = 182238.27142

PARTICIPATE IN DRAMA/SPEECH/ART CLUBS q12d Frequency Percent No 703,410 82.3% Yes 151,137 17.7% Frequency Missing = 188886.12751

PARTICIPATE IN ACADEMIC COMPETITION GROUPS q12i Frequency Percent No 765,171 89.2% Yes 92,764 10.8% Frequency Missing = 185497.74763

DO YOU FEEL SAFE IN YOUR HOME q13a Frequency Percent Very Safe 868,573 84.1% Somewhat Safe 143,076 13.9% Not Very Safe 9,039 0.9% Not Safe At All 3,987 0.4% Don't Know 7,846 0.8% Frequency Missing = 10913.152826

PARTICIPATE IN DRILL TEAM/CHEERLEADING q12e Frequency Percent No 780,724 92.0% Yes 68,221 8.0% Frequency Missing = 194487.13523

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL SERVICE CLUBS q12j Frequency Percent No 766,675 89.6% Yes 88,620 10.4% Frequency Missing = 188137.703

PARTICIPATE IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT q12f Frequency Percent No 805,876 95.6% Yes 37,062 4.4% Frequency Missing = 200495.10215

PARTICIPATE IN OTHER SCHOOL CLUBS OR GROUPS q12k Frequency Percent No 654,228 75.8% Yes 209,018 24.2% Frequency Missing = 180187.08834

DO YOU FEEL SAFE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD q13b Frequency Percent Very Safe 474,212 46.1% Somewhat Safe 460,776 44.8% Not Very Safe 61,394 6.0% Not Safe At All 17,005 1.7% Don't Know 14,903 1.4% Frequency Missing = 15144.480142

PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL NEWSPAPER/YEARBOOK q12g Frequency Percent No 802,968 95.1% Yes 41,760 4.9% Frequency Missing = 198704.64384

PARTICIPATE IN ATHLETIC TEAMS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL q12l Frequency Percent No 606,331 68.6% Yes 278,056 31.4% Frequency Missing = 159046.11475

DO YOU FEEL SAFE AT SCHOOL q13c Frequency Percent Very Safe 443,948 43.2% Somewhat Safe 462,974 45.1% Not Very Safe 65,478 6.4% Not Safe At All 30,197 2.9% Don't Know 24,105 2.3% Frequency Missing = 16730.761697

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FRIENDS FEELING CLOSE TO THEIR PARENTS q14a Frequency Percent None 44,008 4.3% A Few 260,331 25.3% Some 277,345 26.9% Most 368,305 35.8% All 79,453 7.7% Frequency Missing = 13992.382832 FRIENDS WISHING TO DROP OUT OF SCHOOL q14e Frequency Percent None 581,304 56.8% A Few 291,751 28.5% Some 96,313 9.4% Most 34,948 3.4% All 19,837 1.9% Frequency Missing = 19280.779204

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RECENT INHALANT USE - COMPUTER DUSTING SPRAYS Q16C Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 973,549 96.8% In Your Lifetime 19,589 1.9% Since School 5,598 0.6% Began In the Past Month 6,633 0.7% Frequency Missing = 38064.096878

HOW MANY FRIENDS CARRY WEAPONS q14b Frequency Percent None 649,308 64.2% A Few 217,317 21.5% Some 92,112 9.1% Most 37,829 3.7% All 15,033 1.5% Frequency Missing = 31833.603489

PARENTS ATTEND PTA/SCHOOL OPEN HOUSES q15 Frequency Percent No 588,397 63.8% Yes 333,590 36.2% Frequency Missing = 121445.50897

RECENT INHALANT USE - HELIUM, BUTANE, PROPANE, WHIPPETS, REFRIGERANTS/FREON Q16D Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 929,458 92.2% In Your Lifetime 44,303 4.4% Since School 12,856 1.3% Began In the Past Month 21,844 2.2% Frequency Missing = 34971.692979

HOW MANY FRIENDS CARE ABOUT GOOD GRADES q14c Frequency Percent None 25,409 2.5% A Few 119,184 11.9% Some 232,424 23.2% Most 454,808 45.4% All 169,393 16.9% Frequency Missing = 42214.989654

RECENT INHALANT USE - SPRAY PAINT Q16A Frequency Percent RECENT INHALANT USE - GLUE Never Heard/Used 985,863 96.3% Q16E Frequency Percent In Your Lifetime 26,351 2.6% Never Heard/Used 982,911 98.5% Since School 4,504 0.4% Began In Your Lifetime 8,742 0.9% In the Past Month 6,543 0.6% Since School 1,682 0.2% Began Frequency Missing = 20172.33306 In the Past Month 4,559 0.5% Frequency Missing = 45537.97963 RECENT INHALANT USE - WHITEOUT, CORRECTION FLUID, MAGIC MARKERS Q16B Frequency Percent RECENT INHALANT USE - TOLUENE, PAINT THINNER, OTHER SOLVENTS Never Heard/Used 943,156 93.1% Q16F Frequency Percent In Your Lifetime 46,074 4.5% Never Heard/Used 979,543 98.1% Since School 9,411 0.9% Began In Your Lifetime 10,633 1.1% In the Past Month 14,292 1.4% Since School 3,281 0.3% Began Frequency Missing = 30498.780606 In the Past Month 4,737 0.5% Frequency Missing = 45238.816414

HOW MANY FRIENDS BELONG TO A GANG q14d Frequency Percent None 769,328 75.1% A Few 150,368 14.7% Some 63,621 6.2% Most 28,076 2.7% All 13,067 1.3% Frequency Missing = 18973.816905

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RECENT INHALANT USE - GASOLINE, RECENT BEER USE OCTANE BOOSTER, Q17C Frequency Percent CARBURETOR CLEANER Never Heard/Used 465,905 47.3% Q16G Frequency Percent In Your Lifetime 198,251 20.1% Never Heard/Used 976,564 97.3% Since School 104,801 10.6% In Your Lifetime 15,158 1.5% Began Since School 3,218 0.3% In the Past Month 216,846 22.0% Began Frequency Missing = 57629.954763 In the Past Month 8,917 0.9% Frequency Missing = 39575.775998 RECENT WINE COOLER USE Q17D Frequency Percent RECENT INHALANT USE - OTHER Never Heard/Used 524,797 52.6% AEROSOLS/SPRAYS In Your Lifetime 179,386 18.0% Q16H Frequency Percent Since School 107,374 10.8% Never Heard/Used 987,260 97.3% Began In Your Lifetime 16,056 1.6% In the Past Month 185,848 18.6% Since School 4,190 0.4% Frequency Missing = 46027.282774 Began In the Past Month 7,438 0.7% Frequency Missing = 28489.432244 Q17E Never Heard/Used In Your Lifetime Since School Began In the Past Month RECENT WINE USE Frequency Percent 549,348 56.3% 207,109 21.2% 93,712 9.6% 126,301 12.9%

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RECENT INHALANT USE Q17G Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 932,763 93.3% In Your Lifetime 42,931 4.3% Since School 8,655 0.9% Began In the Past Month 14,943 1.5% Frequency Missing = 44140.735574

RECENT MARIJUANA USE Q18A Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 669,630 66.3% In Your Lifetime 128,857 12.8% Since School 65,383 6.5% Began In the Past Month 146,711 14.5% Frequency Missing = 32851.988929

RECENT CIGARETTE USE Q17A Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 690,484 68.3% In Your Lifetime 139,749 13.8% Since School 51,431 5.1% Began In the Past Month 129,758 12.8% Frequency Missing = 32011.765467

RECENT COCAINE USE Q18B Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 942,449 94.5% In Your Lifetime 28,933 2.9% Since School 9,800 1.0% Began In the Past Month 16,255 1.6% Frequency Missing = 45996.609854

Frequency Missing = 66963.210579

RECENT SMOKELESS TOBACCO USE Q17B Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 875,135 88.2% In Your Lifetime 49,207 5.0% Since School 20,816 2.1% Began In the Past Month 47,331 4.8% Frequency Missing = 50943.826765

RECENT LIQUOR USE Q17F Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 490,295 49.1% In Your Lifetime 176,771 17.7% Since School 115,904 11.6% Began In the Past Month 216,281 21.6% Frequency Missing = 44181.544681

RECENT CRACK USE Q18C Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 973,647 98.6% In Your Lifetime 7,539 0.8% Since School 2,593 0.3% Began In the Past Month 3,730 0.4% Frequency Missing = 55923.561653

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RECENT HALLUCINOGEN USE Q18E Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 932,167 94.7% In Your Lifetime 25,562 2.6% Since School 10,743 1.1% Began In the Past Month 16,028 1.6% Frequency Missing = 58933.622993

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RECENT STEROID USE ALCOHOL USE IN PAST MONTH Q18I Frequency Percent q19b Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 966,215 98.6% Never Heard/Used 629,524 62.7% In Your Lifetime 6,760 0.7% 1-2 times 219,886 21.9% Since School 2,338 0.2% 3-10 times 109,190 10.9% Began 11+ times 45,425 4.5% In the Past Month 4,542 0.5% Frequency Missing = 39407.947298 Frequency Missing = 63578.298609

RECENT UPPER USE Q18F Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 913,606 93.6% In Your Lifetime 26,493 2.7% Since School 13,071 1.3% Began In the Past Month 23,205 2.4% Frequency Missing = 67058.564757

INHALANT USE IN PAST MONTH RECENT ECSTASY USE q19c Frequency Percent Q18J Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 968,821 97.9% Never Heard/Used 908,738 92.2% 1-2 times 16,626 1.7% In Your Lifetime 39,377 4.0% 3-10 times 3,064 0.3% Since School 15,106 1.5% 11+ times 1,334 0.1% Began Frequency Missing = 53588.139453 In the Past Month 22,068 2.2% Frequency Missing = 58144.593778 MARIJUANA USE IN PAST MONTH q19d Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 786,256 79.5% 1-2 times 86,047 8.7% 3-10 times 51,313 5.2% 11+ times 65,058 6.6% Frequency Missing = 54759.649209

RECENT DOWNER USE Q18G Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 912,729 93.1% In Your Lifetime 27,179 2.8% Since School 13,795 1.4% Began In the Past Month 26,609 2.7% Frequency Missing = 63122.496973

RECENT HEROIN USE Q18K Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 982,585 98.9% In Your Lifetime 5,996 0.6% Since School 1,788 0.2% Began In the Past Month 3,555 0.4% Frequency Missing = 49508.536066

RECENT ROHYPNOL USE TOBACCO USE IN PAST MONTH Q18H Frequency Percent q19a Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 961,243 97.7% Never Heard/Used 836,520 83.4% In Your Lifetime 10,738 1.1% 1-2 times 72,470 7.2% Since School 3,956 0.4% 3-10 times 39,092 3.9% Began 11+ times 55,540 5.5% In the Past Month 7,740 0.8% Frequency Missing = 39811.494264 Frequency Missing = 59756.154646

COCAINE USE IN PAST MONTH q19e Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 966,894 97.3% 1-2 times 16,525 1.7% 3-10 times 5,956 0.6% 11+ times 3,959 0.4% Frequency Missing = 50098.870656

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CRACK USE IN PAST MONTH q19f Frequency Percent Never Heard/Used 995,959 99.3% 1-2 times 4,264 0.4% 3-10 times 796 0.1% 11+ times 1,538 0.2% Frequency Missing = 40876.126862 CLOSE FRIENDS USE WINE COOLERS q20d Frequency Percent Never heard/None 394,803 40.7% A few 215,255 22.2% Some 178,925 18.5% Most 134,548 13.9% All 45,493 4.7% Frequency Missing = 74409.534187

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CLOSE FRIENDS USE MARIJUANA q20h Frequency Percent Never heard/None 370,415 37.9% A few 204,622 20.9% Some 169,266 17.3% Most 167,847 17.2% All 65,364 6.7% Frequency Missing = 65919.490584

CLOSE FRIENDS USE CIGARETTES q20a Frequency Percent Never heard/None 398,690 40.3% A few 332,787 33.6% Some 164,956 16.7% Most 79,238 8.0% All 13,903 1.4% Frequency Missing = 53859.070315

CLOSE FRIENDS USE WINE q20e Frequency Percent Never heard/None 477,289 49.4% A few 238,682 24.7% Some 145,519 15.1% Most 76,042 7.9% All 28,013 2.9% Frequency Missing = 77886.595798

DIFFICULT TO GET CIGARETTES q21a Frequency Percent Never heard of 132,460 13.6% Impossible 126,305 13.0% Very difficult 51,805 5.3% Somewhat diff 92,939 9.5% Somewhat easy 184,538 18.9% Very easy 386,070 39.6% Frequency Missing = 69314.95568

CLOSE FRIENDS USE SMOKELESS TOBACCO q20b Frequency Percent Never heard/None 622,572 63.8% A few 198,046 20.3% Some 104,454 10.7% Most 43,118 4.4% All 8,314 0.9% Frequency Missing = 66928.029983

CLOSE FRIENDS USE LIQUOR q20f Frequency Percent Never heard/None 320,318 32.9% A few 217,697 22.4% Some 189,233 19.5% Most 181,190 18.6% All 63,896 6.6% Frequency Missing = 71097.829259

DIFFICULT TO GET SMOKELESS TOBACCO q21b Frequency Percent Never heard of 234,186 24.3% Impossible 154,514 16.1% Very difficult 68,164 7.1% Somewhat diff 100,774 10.5% Somewhat easy 137,387 14.3% Very easy 266,934 27.7% Frequency Missing = 81473.57922

CLOSE FRIENDS USE BEER q20c Frequency Percent Never heard/None 256,887 26.4% A few 233,845 24.0% Some 206,180 21.2% Most 206,035 21.2% All 69,436 7.1% Frequency Missing = 71050.720348

CLOSE FRIENDS USE INHALANTS q20g Frequency Percent Never heard/None 814,945 83.4% A few 109,886 11.3% Some 34,689 3.6% Most 12,580 1.3% All 4,526 0.5% Frequency Missing = 66807.344867

DIFFICULT TO GET BEER q21c Frequency Percent Never heard of 108,962 11.4% Impossible 89,138 9.3% Very difficult 50,525 5.3% Somewhat diff 116,790 12.2% Somewhat easy 214,463 22.4% Very easy 377,794 39.4% Frequency Missing = 85761.093559

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DIFFICULT TO GET WINE COOLERS q21d Frequency Percent Never heard of 148,554 15.4% Impossible 104,700 10.9% Very difficult 61,440 6.4% Somewhat diff 128,380 13.3% Somewhat easy 201,151 20.9% Very easy 318,651 33.1% Frequency Missing = 80556.927843 DIFFICULT TO GET MARIJUANA q21h Frequency Percent Never heard of 143,503 15.0% Impossible 173,135 18.1% Very difficult 71,671 7.5% Somewhat diff 97,959 10.2% Somewhat easy 145,874 15.3% Very easy 323,682 33.9% Frequency Missing = 87608.857198 DIFFICULT TO GET UPPERS q21m Frequency Percent Never heard of 442,288 47.2% Impossible 174,542 18.6% Very difficult 86,661 9.3% Somewhat diff 75,205 8.0% Somewhat easy 64,486 6.9% Very easy 92,962 9.9% Frequency Missing = 107289.88346

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DIFFICULT TO GET WINE q21e Frequency Percent Never heard of 132,619 13.9% Impossible 107,151 11.2% Very difficult 67,161 7.0% Somewhat diff 132,362 13.9% Somewhat easy 196,047 20.6% Very easy 317,525 33.3% Frequency Missing = 90568.373361

DIFFICULT TO GET COCAINE q21i Frequency Percent Never heard of 212,088 22.5% Impossible 285,914 30.3% Very difficult 148,891 15.8% Somewhat diff 123,416 13.1% Somewhat easy 74,378 7.9% Very easy 97,810 10.4% Frequency Missing = 100936.67657

DIFFICULT TO GET DOWNERS q21n Frequency Percent Never heard of 439,174 47.1% Impossible 173,246 18.6% Very difficult 87,510 9.4% Somewhat diff 75,142 8.1% Somewhat easy 62,858 6.7% Very easy 95,121 10.2% Frequency Missing = 110380.86313

DIFFICULT TO GET LIQUOR q21f Frequency Percent Never heard of 121,000 12.6% Impossible 118,303 12.3% Very difficult 72,331 7.5% Somewhat diff 126,255 13.1% Somewhat easy 194,745 20.2% Very easy 330,832 34.3% Frequency Missing = 79967.425339

DIFFICULT TO GET CRACK q21j Frequency Percent Never heard of 229,307 24.4% Impossible 298,701 31.8% Very difficult 160,113 17.0% Somewhat diff 116,403 12.4% Somewhat easy 61,853 6.6% Very easy 73,631 7.8% Frequency Missing = 103426.17548

DIFFICULT TO GET ROHYPNOL q21o Frequency Percent Never heard of 391,067 41.7% Impossible 236,826 25.3% Very difficult 122,366 13.0% Somewhat diff 78,178 8.3% Somewhat easy 43,740 4.7% Very easy 65,682 7.0% Frequency Missing = 105574.03232

DIFFICULT TO GET INHALANTS q21g Frequency Percent Never heard of 238,284 24.9% Impossible 139,374 14.6% Very difficult 53,445 5.6% Somewhat diff 68,278 7.1% Somewhat easy 108,941 11.4% Very easy 349,152 36.5% Frequency Missing = 85959.268868

q21l Never heard of Impossible Very difficult Somewhat diff Somewhat easy Very easy

DIFFICULT TO GET HALLUCINOGENS Frequency Percent 332,088 35.2% 236,698 25.1% 129,195 13.7% 102,131 10.8% 65,052 6.9% 78,488 8.3%

DIFFICULT TO GET STEROIDS q21p Frequency Percent Never heard of 256,532 27.6% Impossible 305,907 32.9% Very difficult 143,535 15.4% Somewhat diff 100,756 10.8% Somewhat easy 55,711 6.0% Very easy 68,501 7.4% Frequency Missing = 112491.32753

Frequency Missing = 99781.125652

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DIFFICULT TO GET ECSTASY q21q Frequency Percent Never heard of 271,610 29.0% Impossible 248,535 26.5% Very difficult 118,373 12.6% Somewhat diff 98,259 10.5% Somewhat easy 82,194 8.8% Very easy 117,399 12.5% Frequency Missing = 107063.9112 AGE WHEN FIRST USED SMOKELESS TOBACCO q22b Frequency Percent 9 or younger 6,575 5.8% 10 years old 4,010 3.6% 11 years old 4,057 3.6% 12 years old 9,086 8.1% 13 years old 13,225 11.7% 14 years old 21,930 19.5% 15 years old 24,775 22.0% 16 years old 17,489 15.5% 17 years old 7,980 7.1% 18 or older 3,466 3.1% Frequency Missing = 930839.97445 AGE WHEN FIRST USED WINE COOLERS q22d Frequency Percent 9 or younger 33,529 7.2% 10 years old 19,077 4.1% 11 years old 21,916 4.7% 12 years old 41,908 9.0% 13 years old 69,054 14.8% 14 years old 91,730 19.6% 15 years old 94,529 20.2% 16 years old 61,595 13.2% 17 years old 25,659 5.5% 18 or older 7,875 1.7% Frequency Missing = 576560.61403

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DIFFICULT TO GET HEROIN q21r Frequency Percent Never heard of 292,925 31.5% Impossible 318,514 34.2% Very difficult 145,336 15.6% Somewhat diff 77,635 8.3% Somewhat easy 38,238 4.1% Very easy 58,029 6.2% Frequency Missing = 112756.41466

AGE WHEN FIRST USED CIGARETTES q22a Frequency Percent 9 or younger 31,266 9.6% 10 years old 15,997 4.9% 11 years old 18,015 5.5% 12 years old 29,115 8.9% 13 years old 44,652 13.7% 14 years old 54,466 16.7% 15 years old 56,095 17.2% 16 years old 41,920 12.9% 17 years old 24,019 7.4% 18 or older 10,060 3.1% Frequency Missing = 717828.87793

AGE WHEN FIRST USED BEER q22c Frequency Percent 9 or younger 71,686 13.1% 10 years old 27,858 5.1% 11 years old 26,960 4.9% 12 years old 48,936 8.9% 13 years old 75,580 13.8% 14 years old 98,011 17.9% 15 years old 99,899 18.2% 16 years old 63,561 11.6% 17 years old 26,556 4.8% 18 or older 8,687 1.6% Frequency Missing = 495696.71893

AGE WHEN FIRST USED WINE q22e Frequency Percent 9 or younger 37,585 8.4% 10 years old 22,187 4.9% 11 years old 23,121 5.2% 12 years old 44,038 9.8% 13 years old 67,212 15.0% 14 years old 82,189 18.3% 15 years old 85,689 19.1% 16 years old 54,114 12.1% 17 years old 25,099 5.6% 18 or older 7,453 1.7% Frequency Missing = 594745.39415

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AGE WHEN FIRST USED LIQUOR q22f Frequency Percent 9 or younger 19,164 3.8% 10 years old 12,272 2.4% 11 years old 19,484 3.9% 12 years old 34,809 6.9% 13 years old 67,596 13.4% 14 years old 101,719 20.2% 15 years old 118,273 23.5% 16 years old 80,524 16.0% 17 years old 37,032 7.4% 18 or older 11,987 2.4% Frequency Missing = 540572.58358 AGE WHEN FIRST USED MARIJUANA q22h Frequency Percent 9 or younger 13,995 4.3% 10 years old 7,615 2.4% 11 years old 13,553 4.2% 12 years old 26,021 8.1% 13 years old 50,351 15.6% 14 years old 66,849 20.7% 15 years old 69,405 21.5% 16 years old 48,176 15.0% 17 years old 20,510 6.4% 18 or older 5,730 1.8% Frequency Missing = 721227.89824 AGE WHEN FIRST USED CRACK q22j Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1,059 8.4% 10 years old 327 2.6% 11 years old 344 2.7% 12 years old 816 6.5% 13 years old 1,757 14.0% 14 years old 2,615 20.8% 15 years old 2,554 20.3% 16 years old 1,791 14.3% 17 years old 1,087 8.7% 18 or older 213 1.7% Frequency Missing = 1030870.736

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AGE WHEN FIRST USED INHALANTS q22g Frequency Percent 9 or younger 8,276 13.3% 10 years old 3,714 5.9% 11 years old 4,948 7.9% 12 years old 8,489 13.6% 13 years old 10,713 17.2% 14 years old 10,489 16.8% 15 years old 9,115 14.6% 16 years old 4,974 8.0% 17 years old 1,397 2.2% 18 or older 332 0.5% Frequency Missing = 980985.54604

AGE WHEN FIRST USED COCAINE q22i Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1,242 2.4% 10 years old 647 1.3% 11 years old 1,105 2.2% 12 years old 2,540 5.0% 13 years old 5,628 11.0% 14 years old 9,240 18.1% 15 years old 11,437 22.4% 16 years old 10,834 21.2% 17 years old 6,673 13.1% 18 or older 1,719 3.4% Frequency Missing = 992368.27707

AGE WHEN FIRST USED HALLUCINOGENS q22l Frequency Percent 9 or younger 725 1.6% 10 years old 667 1.5% 11 years old 1,157 2.6% 12 years old 1,861 4.2% 13 years old 4,766 10.7% 14 years old 8,359 18.7% 15 years old 10,808 24.2% 16 years old 9,396 21.0% 17 years old 5,678 12.7% 18 or older 1,241 2.8% Frequency Missing = 998774.22605

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AGE WHEN FIRST USED UPPERS q22m Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1,122 1.8% 10 years old 361 0.6% 11 years old 1,841 3.0% 12 years old 3,709 6.0% 13 years old 7,409 12.1% 14 years old 12,601 20.5% 15 years old 16,696 27.2% 16 years old 11,491 18.7% 17 years old 4,964 8.1% 18 or older 1,170 1.9% Frequency Missing = 982068.08489 AGE WHEN FIRST USED ROHYPNOL q22o Frequency Percent 9 or younger 606 3.1% 10 years old 355 1.8% 11 years old 1,018 5.3% 12 years old 1,282 6.6% 13 years old 3,182 16.4% 14 years old 4,202 21.7% 15 years old 4,999 25.8% 16 years old 2,396 12.4% 17 years old 1,109 5.7% 18 or older 217 1.1% Frequency Missing = 1024066.0358 AGE WHEN FIRST USED ECSTASY q22q Frequency Percent 9 or younger 820 1.1% 10 years old 669 0.9% 11 years old 1,280 1.8% 12 years old 2,739 3.8% 13 years old 7,285 10.0% 14 years old 13,927 19.1% 15 years old 19,592 26.9% 16 years old 15,947 21.9% 17 years old 8,521 11.7% 18 or older 1,979 2.7% Frequency Missing = 970674.37249

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AGE WHEN FIRST USED DOWNERS q22n Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1,660 2.6% 10 years old 586 0.9% 11 years old 1,620 2.5% 12 years old 3,835 6.0% 13 years old 8,330 13.0% 14 years old 13,079 20.3% 15 years old 18,140 28.2% 16 years old 11,443 17.8% 17 years old 4,539 7.1% 18 or older 1,048 1.6% Frequency Missing = 979153.52273

AGE WHEN FIRST USED STEROIDS q22p Frequency Percent 9 or younger 1,679 15.4% 10 years old 388 3.6% 11 years old 419 3.8% 12 years old 553 5.1% 13 years old 1,079 9.9% 14 years old 1,646 15.1% 15 years old 2,041 18.7% 16 years old 2,037 18.7% 17 years old 720 6.6% 18 or older 323 3.0% Frequency Missing = 1032547.8064

AGE WHEN FIRST USED HEROIN q22r Frequency Percent 9 or younger 499 5.7% 10 years old 383 4.4% 11 years old 288 3.3% 12 years old 583 6.7% 13 years old 1,012 11.6% 14 years old 1,621 18.7% 15 years old 1,797 20.7% 16 years old 1,511 17.4% 17 years old 663 7.6% 18 or older 333 3.8% Frequency Missing = 1034742.4475

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE CIGARETTES q23a Frequency Percent Every day 30,662 3.2% Several times/wk 26,028 2.7% Several times/mo 35,502 3.7% About once/month 56,695 5.9% About once/year 45,845 4.8% < once/year 83,220 8.6% Never used 684,760 71.1% Frequency Missing = 80721.572285

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HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE WINE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE SMOKELESS TOBACCO MARIJUANA q23e Frequency Percent q23b Frequency Percent q23h Frequency Percent Every day 895 0.1% Every day 12,218 1.3% Several times/wk Every day 36,534 4.0% 13,356 1.4% Several times/wk 7,987 0.8% Several times/mo Several times/wk 36,502 4.0% 51,296 5.5% Several times/mo 11,042 1.2% About once/month Several times/mo 48,082 5.3% 91,221 9.7% About once/month 16,818 1.8% 55,120 6.1% About once/year 128,931 13.7% About once/month About once/year 17,536 1.9% About once/year 50,135 5.5% < once/year 109,492 11.6% < once/year 32,687 3.5% < once/year 60,366 6.7% Never used 545,713 58.0% Never used 848,592 89.6% Never used 620,895 68.4% Frequency Missing = 102528.79883 Frequency Missing = 96553.331235 Frequency Missing = 135796.64767

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE LIQUOR HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE BEER q23f Frequency Percent HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE COCAINE q23c Frequency Percent q23i Frequency Percent Every day 1,863 0.2% Every day 2,667 0.3% Several times/wk Every day 1,365 0.2% 25,528 2.7% Several times/wk 31,632 3.3% Several times/mo Several times/wk 3,064 0.3% 102,050 10.7% Several times/mo 104,668 11.0% About once/month 5,266 0.6% 132,155 13.9% Several times/mo About once/month 132,191 13.9% About once/month 8,802 1.0% About once/year 117,607 12.3% About once/year 107,426 11.3% About once/year 8,739 1.0% < once/year 85,021 8.9% < once/year 101,604 10.7% < once/year 14,501 1.6% Never used 489,830 51.3% Never used 471,324 49.5% Never used 861,706 95.4% Frequency Missing = 89380.182665 Frequency Missing = 91921.762335 Frequency Missing = 139990.34668

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE WINE INHALANTS HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE CRACK COOLERS q23g Frequency Percent q23j Frequency Percent q23d Frequency Percent Every day 691 0.1% Every day 832 0.1% Every day 1,501 0.2% Several times/wk 2,218 0.2% Several times/wk 993 0.1% Several times/wk 19,262 2.0% Several times/mo 3,415 0.4% Several times/mo 1,160 0.1% Several times/mo 80,388 8.5% About once/month 6,866 0.8% About once/month 2,097 0.2% About once/month 117,571 12.4% About once/year 9,692 1.1% About once/year 2,311 0.3% About once/year 114,070 12.0% < once/year 26,216 2.9% < once/year 3,784 0.4% < once/year 88,242 9.3% Never used 860,626 94.6% Never used 895,301 98.8% Never used 525,882 55.5% Frequency Missing = 133709.35252 Frequency Missing = 136953.20685 Frequency Missing = 96515.697076

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HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE HEROIN HALLUCINOGENS ROHYPNOL q23r Frequency Percent q23l Frequency Percent q23o Frequency Percent Every day 581 0.1% Every day 540 0.1% Every day 536 0.1% Several times/wk 622 0.1% Several times/wk 1,020 0.1% Several times/wk 1,038 0.1% Several times/mo 1,018 0.1% Several times/mo 3,247 0.4% Several times/mo 2,319 0.3% About once/month 841 0.1% About once/month 7,867 0.9% About once/month 3,516 0.4% About once/year 1,758 0.2% About once/year 13,919 1.5% About once/year 4,454 0.5% < once/year 4,094 0.4% < once/year 13,766 1.5% < once/year 5,518 0.6% Never used 926,500 99.0% Never used 865,478 95.5% Never used 897,503 98.1% Frequency Missing = 108019.55376 Frequency Missing = 137595.48892 Frequency Missing = 128548.39174

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE UPPERS HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE STEROIDS q23m Frequency Percent q23p Frequency Percent Every day 2,059 0.2% Every day 821 0.1% Several times/wk 3,524 0.4% Several times/wk 826 0.1% Several times/mo 8,331 0.9% Several times/mo 837 0.1% About once/month 13,862 1.5% 1,260 0.1% About once/year 13,089 1.4% About once/month About once/year 1,787 0.2% < once/year 14,103 1.6% < once/year 3,871 0.4% Never used 848,928 93.9% Never used 899,660 99.0% Frequency Missing = 139537.72131 Frequency Missing = 134371.45869

AMOUNT OF BEER AT ONE TIME q24a Frequency Percent Never drink this 444,728 46.3% 12+ drinks 44,837 4.7% 9-11 drinks 35,405 3.7% 5-8 drinks 72,200 7.5% 3-4 drinks 84,949 8.8% 2 drinks 74,763 7.8% 1 drink 83,253 8.7% < 1 drink 120,746 12.6% Frequency Missing = 82551.581758

HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE DOWNERS HOW OFTEN NORMALLY USE ECSTASY q23n Frequency Percent q23q Frequency Percent Every day 1,853 0.2% Every day 642 0.1% Several times/wk 4,102 0.5% Several times/wk 2,766 0.3% Several times/mo 9,628 1.1% Several times/mo 6,498 0.7% About once/month 14,840 1.6% About once/month 12,810 1.4% About once/year 13,394 1.5% About once/year 18,980 2.1% < once/year 14,982 1.6% < once/year 22,760 2.5% Never used 850,813 93.5% Never used 859,416 93.0% Frequency Missing = 133820.38647 Frequency Missing = 119561.18737

AMOUNT OF WINE COOLERS AT ONE TIME q24b Frequency Percent Never drink this 490,495 51.7% 12+ drinks 22,868 2.4% 9-11 drinks 18,609 2.0% 5-8 drinks 52,774 5.6% 3-4 drinks 90,010 9.5% 2 drinks 95,052 10.0% 1 drink 94,157 9.9% < 1 drink 84,289 8.9% Frequency Missing = 95179.96969

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AMOUNT OF WINE AT ONE TIME q24c Frequency Percent Never drink this 517,133 54.8% 12+ drinks 12,851 1.4% 9-11 drinks 7,924 0.8% 5-8 drinks 18,847 2.0% 3-4 drinks 42,311 4.5% 2 drinks 69,038 7.3% 1 drink 120,071 12.7% < 1 drink 155,290 16.5% Frequency Missing = 99968.094942 GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM FRIENDS q26b Frequency Percent Do not Drink 377,223 39.6% Never 154,745 16.2% Seldom 174,693 18.3% Most of the Time 178,801 18.8% Always 67,750 7.1% Frequency Missing = 90220.472274 GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM HOME q26a Frequency Percent Do not Drink 417,865 43.3% Never 240,190 24.9% Seldom 212,639 22.0% Most of the Time 65,699 6.8% Always 29,450 3.0% Frequency Missing = 77590.764314

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GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM OTHER SOURCES q26e Frequency Percent Do not Drink 409,651 43.3% Never 252,064 26.6% Seldom 132,536 14.0% Most of the Time 78,437 8.3% Always 73,819 7.8% Frequency Missing = 96926.615442

AMOUNT OF LIQUOR AT ONE TIME q24d Frequency Percent Never drink this 455,702 48.0% 12+ drinks 35,822 3.8% 9-11 drinks 29,607 3.1% 5-8 drinks 71,472 7.5% 3-4 drinks 101,528 10.7% 2 drinks 81,456 8.6% 1 drink 81,004 8.5% < 1 drink 92,274 9.7% Frequency Missing = 94567.346201

USE MARIJUANA AS JOINTS q27a Frequency Percent Never 715,923 74.6% Seldom 99,566 10.4% Half the time 53,379 5.6% Most of the time 44,908 4.7% Always 37,164 3.9% Don't know 8,586 0.9% Frequency Missing = 83906.667721

HOW MANY 5+ DRINKS IN PAST 30 DAYS q25 Frequency Percent Never 5+ at time 440,088 44.8% None 319,932 32.5% 1 day 73,903 7.5% 2 days 47,053 4.8% 3 to 5 days 53,391 5.4% 6 to 9 days 22,104 2.2% 10 or more days 26,604 2.7% Frequency Missing = 60359.024935

GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM A STORE q26c Frequency Percent Do not Drink 404,270 42.6% Never 391,356 41.3% Seldom 76,823 8.1% Most of the Time 50,287 5.3% Always 25,633 2.7% Frequency Missing = 95064.239904

USE MARIJUANA AS BLUNTS q27b Frequency Percent Never 708,512 74.5% Seldom 80,403 8.5% Half the time 45,140 4.7% Most of the time 53,763 5.7% Always 54,038 5.7% Don't know 9,065 1.0% Frequency Missing = 92512.005869

GET ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT PARTIES q26d Frequency Percent Do not Drink 364,769 38.2% Never 137,093 14.4% Seldom 131,217 13.7% Most of the Time 154,821 16.2% Always 166,792 17.5% Frequency Missing = 88741.643618

USE MARIJUANA IN BONGS OR WATER PIPES q27c Frequency Percent Never 742,084 78.6% Seldom 72,676 7.7% Half the time 44,891 4.8% Most of the time 40,786 4.3% Always 37,015 3.9% Don't know 7,191 0.8% Frequency Missing = 98789.95895

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USE MARIJUANA IN PIPES q27d Frequency Percent Never 725,796 77.0% Seldom 64,715 6.9% Half the time 42,636 4.5% Most of the time 56,054 5.9% Always 45,471 4.8% Don't know 7,419 0.8% Frequency Missing = 101342.23424

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RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG TAKE DXM, TRIPLE CS, ETC. USE - OXYCONTIN ETC TO GET HIGH q29b Frequency Percent q30 Frequency Percent Never heard/used 889,353 95.3% Never heard/used 900,411 95.2% At least 14,494 1.6% At least 15,842 1.7% once/month once/month At least once/year 11,715 1.3% At least once/year 10,498 1.1% At least once/life 18,124 1.9% At least once/life 19,206 2.0% Frequency Missing = 109746.90489 Frequency Missing = 97475.598856

USE MARIJUANA OTHER WAYS q27e Frequency Percent Never 790,840 84.0% Seldom 63,934 6.8% Half the time 18,874 2.0% Most of the time 18,471 2.0% Always 27,149 2.9% Don't know 22,037 2.3% Frequency Missing = 102127.57971

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - VICODIN ETC q29c Frequency Percent Never heard/used 834,345 89.7% At least 33,922 3.6% once/month At least once/year 29,966 3.2% At least once/life 31,494 3.4% Frequency Missing = 113705.36858

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE TOBACCO q31a Frequency Percent Very 468,952 49.9% Somewhat 273,829 29.2% Not very 116,288 12.4% Not at all 34,488 3.7% Don't know 45,646 4.9% Frequency Missing = 104230.74419

USED METHAMPHETAMINE EVEN ONE TIME q28 Frequency Percent Never heard/used 942,218 97.1% At least 8,628 0.9% once/month At least once/year 5,146 0.5% At least once/life 14,036 1.4% Frequency Missing = 73404.90164

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - VALIUM ETC q29d Frequency Percent Never heard/used 905,078 97.3% At least 8,530 0.9% once/month At least once/year 5,841 0.6% At least once/life 10,455 1.1% Frequency Missing = 113529.51339

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE ALCOHOL q31b Frequency Percent Very 420,976 45.7% Somewhat 307,804 33.4% Not very 132,319 14.4% Not at all 30,809 3.3% Don't know 30,016 3.3% Frequency Missing = 121510.25121

RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - XANAX ETC RECENT PRECRIPTION DRUG USE - CODEINE q29e Frequency Percent q29a Frequency Percent Never heard/used 886,209 94.8% Never heard/used 830,009 87.5% At least 18,523 2.0% once/month At least 41,997 4.4% once/month At least once/year 12,674 1.4% At least once/year 31,905 3.4% At least once/life 17,136 1.8% At least once/life 45,063 4.7% Frequency Missing = 108890.885 Frequency Missing = 94459.77844

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE INHALANTS q31c Frequency Percent Very 664,673 73.2% Somewhat 141,225 15.5% Not very 37,593 4.1% Not at all 14,153 1.6% Don't know 50,911 5.6% Frequency Missing = 134878.9773

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DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE MARIJUANA q31d Frequency Percent Very 447,350 49.2% Somewhat 150,060 16.5% Not very 136,919 15.1% Not at all 142,270 15.6% Don't know 33,065 3.6% Frequency Missing = 133767.58114 DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE STEROIDS q31h Frequency Percent Very 667,071 74.8% Somewhat 124,554 14.0% Not very 38,613 4.3% Not at all 13,285 1.5% Don't know 48,774 5.5% Frequency Missing = 151134.96724 DAYS ILL SINCE SEPTEMBER q32b Frequency Percent None 290,802 31.1% 1-3 days 478,496 51.2% 4-9 days 133,071 14.2% 10+ days 31,971 3.4% Frequency Missing = 109092.66451

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DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE COCAINE q31e Frequency Percent Very 756,734 84.4% Somewhat 76,807 8.6% Not very 15,102 1.7% Not at all 8,117 0.9% Don't know 39,611 4.4% Frequency Missing = 147062.09522

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE HEROIN q31i Frequency Percent Very 782,182 87.3% Somewhat 49,035 5.5% Not very 8,854 1.0% Not at all 7,604 0.8% Don't know 48,300 5.4% Frequency Missing = 147457.75237

OTHER REASON FOR DAYS MISSED SINCE SEPTEMBER q32c Frequency Percent None 344,073 37.3% 1-3 days 467,475 50.7% 4-9 days 83,896 9.1% 10+ days 26,063 2.8% Frequency Missing = 121925.86809

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE CRACK q31f Frequency Percent Very 768,283 86.5% Somewhat 62,177 7.0% Not very 10,370 1.2% Not at all 7,156 0.8% Don't know 39,876 4.5% Frequency Missing = 155571.86046

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE METHAMPHETAMINE q31j Frequency Percent Very 766,550 84.8% Somewhat 50,698 5.6% Not very 9,554 1.1% Not at all 7,202 0.8% Don't know 69,795 7.7% Frequency Missing = 139634.37841

SENT TO PRINCIPAL/DEAN SINCE SEPTEMBER q32d Frequency Percent None 808,428 86.7% 1-3 days 96,539 10.4% 4-9 days 16,155 1.7% 10+ days 10,990 1.2% Frequency Missing = 111320.92698

DANGEROUS FOR KIDS TO USE ECSTASY q31g Frequency Percent Very 680,466 76.6% Somewhat 107,937 12.1% Not very 35,611 4.0% Not at all 13,442 1.5% Don't know 51,359 5.8% Frequency Missing = 154618.09192

DAYS SKIPPED SINCE SEPTEMBER q32a Frequency Percent None 696,189 73.9% 1-3 days 175,178 18.6% 4-9 days 43,868 4.7% 10+ days 26,958 2.9% Frequency Missing = 101240.43273

SOMEONE CALLED HOME SINCE SEPTEMBER q32e Frequency Percent None 827,365 89.6% 1-3 days 76,894 8.3% 4-9 days 12,158 1.3% 10+ days 7,286 0.8% Frequency Missing = 119730.77865

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IN TROUBLE FOR DRINKING SINCE SEPTEMBER q32f Frequency Percent None 900,980 98.9% 1-3 days 6,211 0.7% 4-9 days 1,285 0.1% 10+ days 2,265 0.2% Frequency Missing = 132692.31518 CRITICIZED BY DATE BECAUSE OF DRINKING q33c Frequency Percent None 816,443 91.8% 1-3 times 60,310 6.8% 4-9 times 7,363 0.8% 10+ times 5,398 0.6% Frequency Missing = 153918.23284 CRITICIZED BY DATE BECAUSE OF DRUG USE q33g Frequency Percent None 782,210 92.1% 1-3 times 52,832 6.2% 4-9 times 7,466 0.9% 10+ times 6,965 0.8% Frequency Missing = 193960.44192

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IN TROUBLE FOR DRUG USE SINCE SEPTEMBER q32g Frequency Percent None 899,772 98.4% 1-3 days 9,876 1.1% 4-9 days 1,490 0.2% 10+ days 2,822 0.3% Frequency Missing = 129473.57622

TROUBLE WITH POLICE BECAUSE OF DRINKING q33d Frequency Percent None 852,624 97.1% 1-3 times 21,680 2.5% 4-9 times 2,137 0.2% 10+ times 1,846 0.2% Frequency Missing = 165145.28741

TROUBLE WITH POLICE BECAUSE OF DRUG USE q33h Frequency Percent None 834,957 97.3% 1-3 times 18,797 2.2% 4-9 times 2,388 0.3% 10+ times 1,610 0.2% Frequency Missing = 185681.64835

TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS BECAUSE OF DRINKING q33a Frequency Percent None 854,017 93.3% 1-3 times 53,187 5.8% 4-9 times 4,936 0.5% 10+ times 2,738 0.3% Frequency Missing = 128555.85429

TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS BECAUSE OF DRUG USE q33e Frequency Percent None 821,449 93.7% 1-3 times 45,440 5.2% 4-9 times 6,182 0.7% 10+ times 3,313 0.4% Frequency Missing = 167048.15288

CLASS DAYS DRUNK ON ALCOHOL SINCE SEPT q34a Frequency Percent None 858,034 92.6% 1-3 days 51,018 5.5% 4-9 days 10,323 1.1% 10+ days 7,627 0.8% Frequency Missing = 116431.79846

DRIVEN A CAR AFTER A GOOD BIT TO DRINK q33b Frequency Percent None 827,548 92.1% 1-3 times 55,212 6.1% 4-9 times 8,680 1.0% 10+ times 6,877 0.8% Frequency Missing = 145115.20508

DRIVEN A CAR WHILE HIGH FROM DRUGS q33f Frequency Percent None 783,386 91.1% 1-3 times 46,985 5.5% 4-9 times 12,969 1.5% 10+ times 16,974 2.0% Frequency Missing = 183118.29149

CLASS DAYS HIGH ON MARIJUANA SINCE SEPT q34b Frequency Percent None 798,993 86.5% 1-3 days 62,014 6.7% 4-9 days 23,278 2.5% 10+ days 39,100 4.2% Frequency Missing = 120048.28772

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CLASS DAYS HIGH ON INHALANTS SINCE SEPT q34c Frequency Percent None 906,814 98.4% 1-3 days 9,671 1.0% 4-9 days 2,151 0.2% 10+ days 3,274 0.4% Frequency Missing = 121523.13425 WOULD SEEK HELP FROM SCHOOL COUNSELOR q37a Frequency Percent No 612,793 67.8% Yes 291,030 32.2% Frequency Missing = 139609.96379 WOULD SEEK HELP FROM FRIENDS q37f Frequency Percent No 261,016 29.3% Yes 628,360 70.7% Frequency Missing = 154057.19714 SOUGHT HELP FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL PROBLEM Frequency Percent 800,192 92.0% 70,007 8.0% WOULD SEEK HELP FROM A MEDICAL DOCTOR q37e Frequency Percent No 493,480 55.9% Yes 389,261 44.1% Frequency Missing = 160692.79598

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q36 No Yes

Frequency Missing = 173234.70818

CLASS DAYS HIGH ON OTHER DRUG(S) q34d Frequency Percent None 873,991 94.3% 1-3 days 31,829 3.4% 4-9 days 9,686 1.0% 10+ days 11,411 1.2% Frequency Missing = 116516.22925

ALCOHOL USE AT PARTIES THIS SCHOOL YEAR q35a Frequency Percent Never 321,159 34.3% Seldom 84,695 9.1% Half the time 68,044 7.3% Most of the time 120,476 12.9% Always 194,672 20.8% Don't know 17,448 1.9% Didn't attend 128,616 13.8% Frequency Missing = 108322.86893

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM ANOTHER ADULT IN SCHOOL q37b Frequency Percent No 553,004 61.8% Yes 341,201 38.2% Frequency Missing = 149227.68656

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM ANOTHER ADULT q37g Frequency Percent No 344,830 38.6% Yes 547,644 61.4% Frequency Missing = 150958.80638

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM COUNSELOR OR PROGRAM OUTSIDE SCHOOL q37c Frequency Percent No 544,390 61.8% Yes 336,183 38.2% Frequency Missing = 162860.08

WOULD NOT SEEK HELP q37h Frequency Percent No 725,642 82.5% Yes 154,187 17.5% Frequency Missing = 163604.50728

DRUG USE AT PARTIES THIS SCHOOL YEAR q35b Frequency Percent Never 413,198 44.3% Seldom 90,952 9.7% Half the time 65,862 7.1% Most of the time 89,232 9.6% Always 119,649 12.8% Don't know 25,341 2.7% Didn't attend 129,545 13.9% Frequency Missing = 109653.38866

WOULD SEEK HELP FROM PARENTS q37d Frequency Percent No 348,944 39.3% Yes 539,766 60.7% Frequency Missing = 154723.3081

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS q38a Frequency Percent No 429,977 52.8% Yes 383,742 47.2% Frequency Missing = 229713.73644

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DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL ASSEMBLY PROGRAM q38b Frequency Percent No 442,634 55.5% Yes 355,489 44.5% Frequency Missing = 245310.47652 DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--INVITED SCHOOL GUEST q38g Frequency Percent No 548,489 68.5% Yes 252,167 31.5% Frequency Missing = 242777.25626

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PARENTS FEEL ABOUT KIDS USING MARIJUANA q39c Frequency Percent Strong disapprove 708,053 78.2% Mild disapprove 63,148 7.0% Neither 58,577 6.5% Mildly approve 14,135 1.6% Strongly approve 14,121 1.6% Don't know 47,820 5.3% Frequency Missing = 137579.46953

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR q38c Frequency Percent No 610,068 77.2% Yes 179,845 22.8% Frequency Missing = 253520.27026

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--ANOTHER SCHOOL SOURCE q38h Frequency Percent No 562,404 69.6% Yes 245,210 30.4% Frequency Missing = 235818.74752

TESTED FOR DRUG USE AT SCHOOL q40 Frequency Percent No 814,540 87.8% Yes 113,506 12.2% Frequency Missing = 115387.3769

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCIENCE CLASS q38d Frequency Percent No 539,893 68.5% Yes 247,798 31.5% Frequency Missing = 255742.27933

PARENTS FEEL ABOUT KIDS SMOKING CIGARETTES q39a Frequency Percent Strong disapprove 671,303 73.9% Mild disapprove 86,725 9.6% Neither 74,879 8.2% Mildly approve 13,166 1.4% Strongly approve 8,038 0.9% Don't know 53,934 5.9% Frequency Missing = 135387.88392

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS q38e Frequency Percent No 659,126 83.5% Yes 130,254 16.5% Frequency Missing = 254052.41447

DRUG TESTING SHOULD BE REQUIRED FOR ALL STUDENT ATHLETES q41 Frequency Percent Don't Know 191,375 20.5% No 224,191 24.0% Yes 518,693 55.5% Frequency Missing = 109174.42226

DRUG/ALCOHOL INFO--SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP OR CLUB q38f Frequency Percent No 666,672 84.0% Yes 127,209 16.0% Frequency Missing = 249551.35364

PARENTS FEEL ABOUT KIDS DRINKING BEER q39b Frequency Percent Strong disapprove 544,390 60.2% Mild disapprove 150,575 16.7% Neither 112,450 12.4% Mildly approve 37,751 4.2% Strongly approve 10,745 1.2% Don't know 47,669 5.3% Frequency Missing = 139851.96704

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