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2010 Healthy Youth Survey Data... Listening to Our Students Dixie Grunenfelder Learning and Teaching Support Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
HYS 2010 Administration A collaborative effort among 6 state agencies. Survey comprised of items from several national surveys. Survey consistently administered in the Fall of even years. Survey given to Grades 6, 8, 10, and 12. State-level data from simple random sample of schools: County-level samples drawn in big counties. Nonsampled schools also invited to participate Results available at state, county, ESD, district, school level.
Survey Forms Forms A and B: Grades 8,10,12. Form A: Substance Use, Risk and Protective Factors. Form B: Nutrition and physical activity, health status, injury behaviors, tobacco. Form C: Grade 6: Similar questions but shorter. Form B Survey Core Survey Core Form A Core Form C Survey core: 35 questions on both Forms A and B: include demographics, substance use, key violence indicators, depression
Topics Include Student demographics: age, race/ethnicity. Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. Sexual behavior. Health conditions. Unintentional and intentional injury: including depression/suicide, seat belt use, drinking and driving, fighting, and weapon carrying. Nutrition, eating habits, physical activity. Related risk and protective factors: community, school, family and peer-individual factors. Access to school-based and health services. And lots more...
The 2010 Healthy Youth Survey was completed HYS participation By 211,331 students... In 1,145 schools... In all 39 counties.
How do we know the results are valid? Use questions from established youth surveys. Standard administration: Student and parental notification. Standardized administration procedures (e.g., coordinator training, teacher training, written instructions, teacher stays in room but at desk, single class period to avoid discussion, absent students do not make up). Survey is anonymous. Students informed of importance of the survey. Students place own answer sheet in envelope. Data cleaning: Remove surveys with multiple inconsistent answers, evidence of faking a high level of use, dishonesty.
Uses of HYS Data Prevalence of health and safety related behaviors. Use in grant applications. Program planning and evaluation. Needs assessment. Justify need for new or existing programs/efforts. Highlight association between health-related behaviors and academic achievement. Target setting and monitoring.
Exercise Physically Active for 60 Minutes on Five Days a Week Percentage
Obesity and Overweight, 2010 Percentage
Current Substance Use Grade 10, HYS 2010 Percentage Current= any use past 30 days
Violence/School Safety, Grade 10 *Past year ** Past 30 days Percentage
Bullying and Harassment, Grade 10 *Past 30 days Percentage
8 th Grade Relationship Between Behaviors and Bullying 2010 HYS Percentage
10 th Grade Relationship Between Behaviors and Bullying 2010 HYS Percentage
Relationship Between Depression and Bullying 2010 HYS Grades 8 and 10 Percentage
DOH HYS website https://fortress.wa.gov/doh/hys/ State and county reports by grade Survey forms Technical information Special state reports- race, gender, rural- urban, disability
HYS Administration Web site Training materials on understanding and using HYS: Powerpoint and handbook Risk and Protective Factor Background Interpretive Guide Administration materials, Participation
Welcome to Fact sheets- 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 data Online data query system Data available at state, county, ESD level and with permission from district- district and school level
Q uestions? Dixie Grunenfelder Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction TEL: (360)