California Healthy Kids Survey Links
The Healthy Kids Survey is the largest most comprehensive effort in the nation to assess students at the local level on a regular basis (every other year) to provide key data on topics including student health and well-being. All public high school students in California take the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) on an anonymous basis.
Section 6 is specifically on Alcohol and Other Drugs and Section 7 is on Tobacco Use. There are also Module Z questions at the end of the report which cover questions on alcohol and other drug use as well. These questions have been customized for the school district. The most recent reports, below are for the 2015-16 school year.
A synopsis of relevant results for
2013-14 appears in our Blog for
March 16, 2016. What is concerning is the fact that Marin County’s CHKS results for alcohol and other drug use are among the highest in California.