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1 2011 WINNISQUAM COMMUNITY SURVEY YOUTH RISK BEHAVIOR GRADES 9-12 STUDENTS=1021

2 2011 WINNISQUAM COMMUNITY SURVEY 2 Table of Contents TOPIC AREA How to Read this Report Demographics Weight (based on BMI) Grades in School Safety Violence Bullying Sad feelings and Suicide Tobacco Use Alcohol Use Marijuana Use Drug Use Sexual Behavior Nutrition Health Topics Family, Community, Plans Perceived harm from drug use Drug related attitudes Drug availability Military SLIDES

3 2011 WINNISQUAM COMMUNITY SURVEY 3 How to read this report This report contains counts and percentages of local high school student responses to 97 YRBS items displayed as bar graphs. Slide 2 presents a Table of Contents Slides 3-5 includes instructions for viewing the report Slides 6-8 are graphs of demographic counts. These graphs indicate the number of students participating in the survey for each demographic grouping: Age, Sex, Grade Slide 9 is Weight Category calculated using Body Mass Index as determined by age, height, and weight.

4 2011 WINNISQUAM COMMUNITY SURVEY 4 How to read this report Comparisons Slides display graphs that compare the percentages of community respondents for a given YRBS item to the overall percentages of more than 35,000 students statewide, and by grade and sex. The most valid comparisons of local to statewide populations are those reported by grade and sex as explained below. Comparisons by grade and sex of both state and local populations are also valid. Since percentages for each item in the survey vary by sex and grade in school, care must be taken when comparing the ALL or OVERALL group percentage (or crude rate) in the community to the overall crude rate statewide. Since each community has a different mix (proportionally) of respondents from each grade and sex, the validity of comparisons of the ALL or crude rate as the top bar of each graph should be made with those factors in mind. A detailed map explaining how to read the graphs on slides is provided on the next slide.

5 2011 WINNISQUAM COMMUNITY SURVEY 5 RATE COMMUNITY NAME STATE (N=35040 ) STATE (N=7254) STATE (N=8759) STATE (N=9316) STATE (N=9299) STATE (N=17067) STATE (N=17671) COMMUNITY YRBS ITEM SUB POPULATION BREAKDOWN

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