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Every community has its issues with teens using drugs and alcohol, having sex, skipping school, bullying and suicide. Los Alamos is no different.
Every year, Los Alamos Middle School and Los Alamos High School students take surveys, which ask them about issues like marijuana, cigarette and alcohol use and sexual activity.
At Thursday night’s board of education meeting, Morrie Pongratz presented the results of this year’s survey. Students have taken the “Pride” survey every year since 1988.
The purpose of the survey is to educate school personnel, law enforcement, students and parents about problem behaviors and also to educate parents about the effectiveness of prevention techniques. The data from the surveys is also used by agencies to secure grant funding.
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