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1 with comparisons to the past three years including examples of trend data and SAMHSA Reporting 12/15/11

2 Faribault Student Survey Fall 2011: Demographics – Study Statistics Study Statistics: N = 1160 (only responses from grades 6, 8, 9, and 11 are used in this study) Respondent N by Grade Grade 6 N = 274 Grade 8 N = 275 Grade 9 N = 312 Grade 11 N = 299 Respondent N by School BA N = 150 CRSS N = 30 DPS N = 24 FMS N = 496 FHS N = 460 Data from students in grades 7, 10 and 12 will be included in the individualized school reports 2

3 Faribault Student Survey Fall 2011: Reporting Format Information For items that asked the same question for four years, the graphs display a composite average of the first three years (08-10) in the blue bar, and the current year in the red bar. For items which were the same for the past three years, the graphs display a composite average of the first two years (09-10) in the blue bar, and the current year in the red bar. If the question was asked for only the past two years, both years are displayed on the graph, bar colors will vary. The tables below the graphs show the longitudinal data from the current and most recent years. The tables do not contain composite averages. For the most accurate interpretation of the data in this report, please refer to both the legend keys in the graphs and the column year titles in the top right hand cells of the tables. 3

4 Faribault Student Survey Fall 2011: Demographics – Responses by Grade

5 Faribault Student Survey Fall 2011: Demographics – Gender and Grade 5

6 Faribault Student Survey Fall 2011: Demographics – Ethnicity 6

7 If you have ever used tobacco, in what grade did you use or start using? 7

8 If you have ever used tobacco, have you used tobacco in the past 30 days? 8

9 If you use tobacco, how often do you use tobacco products? 9

10 If you use tobacco, have you ever tried to quit using tobacco? 10

11 How much do you think students your age harm themselves (physically or otherwise) if they use tobacco? 11

12 How many of the students your age in Faribault do you think use tobacco products? 12

13 What do most students your age think about students your age using tobacco? 13

14 What do your parents/guardians think about students your age using tobacco? 14

15 How hard is it for students your age to get tobacco? 15

16 If you have ever used alcohol, in what grade did you use or start using? 16

17 If you drink alcohol, how many times did you drink alcohol in the past 30 days? 17

18 How much do you think students your age harm themselves (physically or otherwise) if they use alcohol? 18

19 How many of the students your age in Faribault do you think drink alcohol? 19

20 What do most students your age think about students your age drinking alcohol? 20

21 What do your parents/guardians think about students your age drinking alcohol? 21

22 How hard is it for students your age to get alcohol? 22

23 If you have ever used marijuana, in what grade did you use or start using? 23

24 If you use marijuana, how many times have you used marijuana in the past 30 days? 24

25 How much do you think students your age harm themselves (physically or otherwise) if they use marijuana? 25

26 How many of the students your age in Faribault do you think use marijuana? 26

27 What do most students your age think about students your age using marijuana? 27

28 What do your parents/guardians think about students your age using marijuana? 28

29 How hard is it for students your age to get marijuana? 29

30 If you use any of the other drugs listed above, how many times have you used them in the past 30 days? 30

31 How many of the students your age in Faribault do you think use any of the other drugs listed above? 31

32 What do most students your age think about students your age using any of the other drugs listed above? 32

33 What do your parents/guardians think about students your age using any of the other drugs listed above? 33

34 How hard is it for students your age to get any of the other drugs listed above? 34

35 In the past 30 days, have you used prescription drugs that were not prescribed for you? 35

36 Where did you get the drugs that were not prescribed for you? 36

37 How hard is it for students your age to get prescription drugs that were not prescribed for them? 37

38 Have you heard of the MOST Faribault Students campaign? (not asked at FHS in ) 38

39 When was the last time your parents/guardians had a conversation with you about using tobacco, drinking alcohol or using drugs? 39

40 How many different activities do you participate in that involve adults as leaders and coaches? Examples may include sports teams, church activities, scouts or other clubs. 40

41 Are there enough activities, in school or out of school, for students your age in Faribault? 41

42 There is at least one adult who has a positive influence on me. ( only) 42

43 How important is it for students your age to volunteer in school or in the community? ( only) 43

44 How connected do you feel to your school? ( only) 44

45 Introduction to Trend Graphs: Data Formatting The following graphs show selected examples of four-year change trends. These trends are grade level specific, meaning that while the grade level response set remains constant, the students in that grade change from year to year, as they move on to the next grade. Developing a four year trend with changing sets of students passing through a grade level is quite noteworthy. In this section of the report, be aware of the vertical (y) axis scale to avoid misinterpretations. The upper scale point in this section was set to auto default, as opposed to the main body of the report where the upper scale point was set to

46 Four Year Trend Graph #1: Tobacco Usage - Grade 11 46

47 Four Year Trend Graph #2: Tobacco Perception of Harm - Grades 9, 11 47

48 Four Year Trend Graph #3: Student Approval of Student Tobacco Usage - Grade 9 48

49 Four Year Trend Graph #4: Parent/Guardian Approval of Student Tobacco Usage - Grade 11 49

50 Four Year Trend Graph #5: Access to Tobacco Products - Grade 6 50

51 Four Year Trend Graph #6: Tobacco Usage Onset - Grades 8, 9, 11 51

52 Four Year Trend Graph #7: Alcohol Usage in the Past 30 days - Grade 11 52

53 Four Year Trend Graph #8: Alcohol Usage Perception of Harm - Grades 6, 8, 11 53

54 Four Year Trend Graph #9: Student Approval of Alcohol Use by Other Students – Grade 11 54

55 Four Year Trend Graph #10: Parent/Guardian Approval of Student Alcohol Use - Grade 11 55

56 Four Year Trend Graph #11: Access to Alcohol - Grade 8 56

57 Four Year Trend Graphs #12: Marijuana Usage - Grade 8 57

58 Four Year Trend Graph #13: Student Approval of Other Students Using Other Drugs - Grade 9 58

59 Four Year Trend Graph #14: Parent/Guardian Approval of Students Using Other Drugs - Grade 11 59

60 Four Year Trend Graph #15: How Hard is it to get Prescription Drugs that were not Prescribed - Grades 8, 9 60

61 Three Year Trend Graph: Use of Prescription Drugs that were not prescribed during the past 30 Days - Grades 6,9 61

62 Faribault Community Schools SAMHSA Data trends from the Faribault Student Surveys 62 SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has developed uniform, nation-wide reporting guidelines and formulas. The following displays show the Faribault Student Survey data from 2008 through 2011 in the SAMHSA format. In October 2008, data was collected from Faribault Public School Students only. Since the 2008 data did not represent all of the schools in the Faribault community, this data will no longer be shown in the graphs, but in this report, it will still appear in the tables and first two graphs below. In Fall of 2009, all schools within the Faribault School District boundaries were included in the survey. This practice continued in 2010 and Grades 6, 8, 9 and 11 participate in the survey. (SAMHSA reporting order is Alcohol, Tobacco, Marijuana) SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has developed uniform, nation-wide reporting guidelines and formulas. The following displays show the Faribault Student Survey data from 2008 through 2011 in the SAMHSA format. In October 2008, data was collected from Faribault Public School Students only. Since the 2008 data did not represent all of the schools in the Faribault community, this data will no longer be shown in the graphs, but in this report, it will still appear in the tables and first two graphs below. In Fall of 2009, all schools within the Faribault School District boundaries were included in the survey. This practice continued in 2010 and Grades 6, 8, 9 and 11 participate in the survey. (SAMHSA reporting order is Alcohol, Tobacco, Marijuana)

63 63 Faribault Student Survey SAMHSA Data: Faribault Student Survey SAMHSA Data: (by Grade) GradeDescriptors AlcoholTobaccoMarijuana Average Age of Onset % of people who used 14.93% 5.99%8.12% 6.93%1.13%1.12%1.85% 4.38%1.49% 1.12% 2.58%1.82% 6Grade sample size Average Age of Onset % of people who used 26.32% 31.56%24.32% 23.27%9.77%14.07%12.16% 12.00%12.41% 9.50% 10.81%11.27% 8Grade sample size Average Age of Onset % of people who used 34.98% 31.76%38.21% 34.94%17.49%15.89%19.60% 18.27%15.59% 14.95% 15.95%17.31% 9Grade sample size Average Age of Onset % of people who used 60.16% 58.68%43.51% 40.47%36.18%32.18%28.42% 29.10%35.37% 29.02% 23.86%26.10% 11Grade sample size

64 Faribault Student Survey SAMHSA Data: Faribault Student Survey SAMHSA Data: (by Gender) GenderDescriptors AlcoholTobaccoMarijuana MaleAverage Age of Onset Male% of people who used 36.98% 35.68%32.29% 28.64%18.27%18.63%18.53% 17.92%17.16% 18.63% 15.96%15.58% MaleOverall sample size FemaleAverage Age of Onset Female% of people who used 30.94% 29.55%25.16% 25.22%13.65%14.69%13.49% 14.56%14.37% 10.35% 11.18%13.32% FemaleOverall sample size

65 FSS Percent of People Who Used, Gr. 6,8,9,11 Composite by Gender, Male: SAMHSA Reporting

66 FSS Percent of People Who Used, Gr. 6,8,9,11 Composite by Gender, Female: SAMHSA Reporting

67 FSS Alcohol Usage Within the Past 30 Days, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

68 FSS Tobacco Usage Within the Past 30 Days, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

69 FSS Marijuana Usage Within the Past 30 Days, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

70 FSS Perception of Parental Disapproval, Alcohol, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

71 FSS Perception of Parental Disapproval, Tobacco, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

72 FSS Perception of Parental Disapproval, Marijuana, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

73 FSS Perception of Risk, Alcohol, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

74 FSS Perception of Risk, Tobacco, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

75 FSS Perception of Risk, Marijuana, Gr. 6,8,9,11: SAMHSA Reporting

76 General Findings and Trends from Four Years of Qualitative Data The following findings serve as broad but yet inconclusive indicators of potential trends. With four years of data, these indicators would suggest that measurable behavioral changes are occurring. Still, one needs to be aware of the drives and distractions that confront young folks on a constant basis, and how these diversions might affect their responses. This survey does not attempt to measure or account for these. Since this survey measures grade levels and not cohort groups directly, these indicators show that some behaviors are indeed changing for subsequent generations of students as they pass through the grades being tracked by this survey. In addition, as the survey continues to be administered, longitudinal data will be obtainable from cohort groups as they pass through the various grade levels where the survey is being administered. The following bullet points will show some of the more notable changes from the four grade levels measured in 2011 compared with the responses from students in those same grade levels up to three years earlier. In some instances, it may be necessary to consult the data tables in the printed report to validate the trend statements. The following findings serve as broad but yet inconclusive indicators of potential trends. With four years of data, these indicators would suggest that measurable behavioral changes are occurring. Still, one needs to be aware of the drives and distractions that confront young folks on a constant basis, and how these diversions might affect their responses. This survey does not attempt to measure or account for these. Since this survey measures grade levels and not cohort groups directly, these indicators show that some behaviors are indeed changing for subsequent generations of students as they pass through the grades being tracked by this survey. In addition, as the survey continues to be administered, longitudinal data will be obtainable from cohort groups as they pass through the various grade levels where the survey is being administered. The following bullet points will show some of the more notable changes from the four grade levels measured in 2011 compared with the responses from students in those same grade levels up to three years earlier. In some instances, it may be necessary to consult the data tables in the printed report to validate the trend statements.

77 Tobacco: General Findings from Overall tobacco usage increase very slightly from the previous year for both male and female students, but remained under 10% for each group. (ref. SAMHSA slide [s.] 68) 2. Grade 11 continued to show a considerable reduction in tobacco usage from previous years, while usage in grades 6 & 8 rose slightly (ref. data s. 8 & 9, SAMHSA s. 68) 3. Perception of harm from tobacco was higher at grade 6, but lower at grades 8 & 9 from the previous year, but higher at grades 8, 9 & 11 from the previous three year composite (ref. SAMHSA s. 74, data s. 11) 4. Perception of student tobacco usage was down in grade 11, but up in grades 8 & 9 (ref. data s. 12) 5. Perception of student tobacco usage as being wrong by other students was up in all grades except grade 8 (ref. data s. 13) 6. Perception of student tobacco usage being ok by parents was up slightly in grades 6, 8, & 9. (ref. data s. 14) 7. The ability to obtain tobacco was considered less easy in 2011 at grades 6, 8. (ref. data s. 15) 1. Overall tobacco usage increase very slightly from the previous year for both male and female students, but remained under 10% for each group. (ref. SAMHSA slide [s.] 68) 2. Grade 11 continued to show a considerable reduction in tobacco usage from previous years, while usage in grades 6 & 8 rose slightly (ref. data s. 8 & 9, SAMHSA s. 68) 3. Perception of harm from tobacco was higher at grade 6, but lower at grades 8 & 9 from the previous year, but higher at grades 8, 9 & 11 from the previous three year composite (ref. SAMHSA s. 74, data s. 11) 4. Perception of student tobacco usage was down in grade 11, but up in grades 8 & 9 (ref. data s. 12) 5. Perception of student tobacco usage as being wrong by other students was up in all grades except grade 8 (ref. data s. 13) 6. Perception of student tobacco usage being ok by parents was up slightly in grades 6, 8, & 9. (ref. data s. 14) 7. The ability to obtain tobacco was considered less easy in 2011 at grades 6, 8. (ref. data s. 15)

78 Alcohol: General Findings from Reported alcohol usage by males continued to drop in 2011, but stayed relatively the same for females. (ref. SAMHSA s ) 2. Alcohol usage was down from the three year composite at grades 6, 8 & 11; compared to the previous year it dropped in grades 9 & 11, but remained relatively the same in grades 6 & 8. (ref. data s. 17, SAMHSA s. 67) 3. The perception of a lot of harm from alcohol rose at all grades from the composite, but only at grades 6 & 9 when compared with 2011 responses. (ref. data s. 18) 4. Student perception that just about everyone drinks alcohol was up from the previous year at all grades. (ref. data s. 19) [note - there may be a relationship between substances users and this perception] 5. Perception that students think alcohol use by other students was wrong increased rather dramatically in grades 6, 9 & 11. (ref. data s. 20) 6. Perception of parent disapproval of student alcohol use increased considerably in grade 11. (ref. SAMHSA s. 70) 7. More ninth and eleventh graders stated it was easier to get alcohol that in previous years. (ref. data s. 22) 1. Reported alcohol usage by males continued to drop in 2011, but stayed relatively the same for females. (ref. SAMHSA s ) 2. Alcohol usage was down from the three year composite at grades 6, 8 & 11; compared to the previous year it dropped in grades 9 & 11, but remained relatively the same in grades 6 & 8. (ref. data s. 17, SAMHSA s. 67) 3. The perception of a lot of harm from alcohol rose at all grades from the composite, but only at grades 6 & 9 when compared with 2011 responses. (ref. data s. 18) 4. Student perception that just about everyone drinks alcohol was up from the previous year at all grades. (ref. data s. 19) [note - there may be a relationship between substances users and this perception] 5. Perception that students think alcohol use by other students was wrong increased rather dramatically in grades 6, 9 & 11. (ref. data s. 20) 6. Perception of parent disapproval of student alcohol use increased considerably in grade 11. (ref. SAMHSA s. 70) 7. More ninth and eleventh graders stated it was easier to get alcohol that in previous years. (ref. data s. 22)

79 Marijuana: General Findings from Overall marijuana usage in 2011 rose for both males and females from 2010 levels. (ref. SAMHSA s. 69) 2. Most marijuana usage gains in 2011 can be attributed to the increase recorded at grade 11 (SAMHSA s. 69) 3. For eleventh graders, perceptions of no harm and a lot of harm reversed the positive directional movement from the previous year (ref. data s. 25) 4. Nearly one-third of the 2011 eleventh graders stated they thought that more than half or just about everyone their age used marijuana. The other grades were mostly unchanged from previous years. (ref. data s. 26) 5. Perception of student marijuana usage being ok by other students was up in grade 11 (ref. data s. 27) 6. Perception of parent disapproval of student marijuana use was down from the previous year in all grades. (ref. SAMHSA s. 72) 7. Perception of risk from using marijuana was relatively unchanged from (ref. SAMHSA s. 75) 1. Overall marijuana usage in 2011 rose for both males and females from 2010 levels. (ref. SAMHSA s. 69) 2. Most marijuana usage gains in 2011 can be attributed to the increase recorded at grade 11 (SAMHSA s. 69) 3. For eleventh graders, perceptions of no harm and a lot of harm reversed the positive directional movement from the previous year (ref. data s. 25) 4. Nearly one-third of the 2011 eleventh graders stated they thought that more than half or just about everyone their age used marijuana. The other grades were mostly unchanged from previous years. (ref. data s. 26) 5. Perception of student marijuana usage being ok by other students was up in grade 11 (ref. data s. 27) 6. Perception of parent disapproval of student marijuana use was down from the previous year in all grades. (ref. SAMHSA s. 72) 7. Perception of risk from using marijuana was relatively unchanged from (ref. SAMHSA s. 75)

80 Other Drugs/ Misc: General Findings from Perceived use of other drugs by students appears to be up slightly in 9 th grade but steady in grades 6, 8, & 11. (ref. data s. 31) 2. More students at grades 9 & 11 claimed the ability to obtain other drugs in 2011 was easy. (ref. data s. 34) 3. Nearly one-third of the 8 th graders and half of the 9 th and 11 th graders stated that the ability to obtain prescription drugs that were not prescribed for you was easy. (ref. data s. 37) 4. More than 70% of the respondents from each grade stated that they felt there were enough activities for students their age in Faribault. (ref. data s. 41) 5. Approximately 90% of the students stated that there was at least one adult who had a positive influence on them. (ref. data s. 42) 6. Approximately 80% of the student respondents continue to state that it is somewhat or very important for students their age to volunteer in school or the community (ref. data s. 43) 1. Perceived use of other drugs by students appears to be up slightly in 9 th grade but steady in grades 6, 8, & 11. (ref. data s. 31) 2. More students at grades 9 & 11 claimed the ability to obtain other drugs in 2011 was easy. (ref. data s. 34) 3. Nearly one-third of the 8 th graders and half of the 9 th and 11 th graders stated that the ability to obtain prescription drugs that were not prescribed for you was easy. (ref. data s. 37) 4. More than 70% of the respondents from each grade stated that they felt there were enough activities for students their age in Faribault. (ref. data s. 41) 5. Approximately 90% of the students stated that there was at least one adult who had a positive influence on them. (ref. data s. 42) 6. Approximately 80% of the student respondents continue to state that it is somewhat or very important for students their age to volunteer in school or the community (ref. data s. 43)

81 Top Ten Notable Four-Year Trends from Surveys % drop in the use of tobacco in the past 30 days by the 11 th grade % reduction in the belief that obtaining tobacco is easy by the 6 th grade % and 2.6% reduction of tobacco onset in 9 th grade by 9 th and 11 th graders % increase in the number saying I dont drink alcohol by the 11 th graders % and 5.8% reduction of alcohol use by 8 th and 11 th graders % decrease of 11 th grade students who think it is ok for other students to drink alcohol % increase in the perception that parents think it wrong for students to drink alcohol % decrease in 8 th grade students stating alcohol was easy to get % decrease in 11 th grade students stating marijuana was easy to get % increase in the perception that parents think it wrong for students to use other drugs % drop in the use of tobacco in the past 30 days by the 11 th grade % reduction in the belief that obtaining tobacco is easy by the 6 th grade % and 2.6% reduction of tobacco onset in 9 th grade by 9 th and 11 th graders % increase in the number saying I dont drink alcohol by the 11 th graders % and 5.8% reduction of alcohol use by 8 th and 11 th graders % decrease of 11 th grade students who think it is ok for other students to drink alcohol % increase in the perception that parents think it wrong for students to drink alcohol % decrease in 8 th grade students stating alcohol was easy to get % decrease in 11 th grade students stating marijuana was easy to get % increase in the perception that parents think it wrong for students to use other drugs.

82 End of Report 82 End of the Faribault Schools Community Student Survey Data 2011 with Comparisons to 2008 to 2010 Data Report. 12/15/11 rj Please report any discrepancies or possible misrepresentations to R. Jenni for verification office: or Thank you


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