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Pampa

Spring 2006
The FREQ Procedure
How recently if ever have you used methamphetamines, even one time?
s1
Frequency
Percent
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Never heard of/never used it
822
93.99
Used at least once in the past month
10
1.15
Used at least once since school began in the Fall
16
1.83
Used at least once in your lifetime
26
3.03
Frequency Missing = 270.64636358
In past 30 days, how many times, if any, have you used methamphetamines?
s2
Frequency
Percent
_________________________________________________________________
Never heard of/None
849
97.34
1 -2 times
14
1.61
3 - 10 times
6
0.67
11 + times
3
0.38
Frequency Missing = 272.47176706
How many of your close friends use methamphetamines?
s3
Frequency
Percent
_________________________________________________________________
Never heard of/None
735
84.59
A few
99
11.42
Some
19
2.23
Most
8
0.92
All
7
0.84
Frequency Missing = 275.595881
If you wanted to buy methamphetamines, how difficult would it be to get it?
s4
Frequency
Percent
_______________________________________________________________
Never heard of it
283
32.80
Impossible
219
25.38
Very Difficult
105
12.13
Somewhat Difficult
101
11.72
Somewhat Easy
88
10.15
Very Easy
68
7.82
Frequency Missing = 282.21563034

The frequencies have been weighted so that the


analysis reflects the distribution of students by grade
level in the district

Pampa
Spring 2006
The FREQ Procedure
In your opinion, what is the biggest substance abuse problem facing Pampa ISD?
s5
Frequency
Percent
_________________________________________________________________________________________
Alcohol
425
52.50
Marijuana
210
25.96
Methamphetamine
75
9.26
Powder cocaine
9
1.08
Crack cocaine
22
2.66
Prescription or over the counter medications
14
1.74
Ecstasy
5
0.58
LSD or other hallucinogens
4
0.46
Steroids
8
1.00
Inhalants
39
4.77
Frequency Missing = 336.41211994

The frequencies have been weighted so that the


analysis reflects the distribution of students by grade
level in the district