A campaign created with Hopkins
high school students to reduce
AT HOPKINS HIGH,
THAT MOST THEIR PEERSof
In the past 30 days
Source: Minnesota Student Survey
OF HOPKINS 11TH
GRADERS USED ALCOHOL
79% DID NOT USE
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“My one reason is my education.” “Our one reason is sports.”
“My one reason is my health.”“My one reason is my goals.”“My one reason is my future.”
“Our one reason is our religion.” “My one reason is my values.” “My one reason is my respect.”“Our one reason is to not get a minor.”
Alcohol is the
used and abused
youth in the
Teens often think
many more of their
peers drink alcohol
than actually do.
The earlier a teen
alcohol, the more
likely they are to be
alcohol later in life.
Because the teen
brain is still
harmful to teens
and can have
True or False: most students at
Hopkins High School drink alcohol.
61% of Hopkins 11th graders did not use
any alcohol or drugs in the past year.
79% of Hopkins 11th graders did not
drink alcohol in the past 30 days.
(Data from MN Student Survey-surveyed
Hopkins high school students in 2013.)
Name three of the most common
reasons Hopkins students gave for
Who is someone you can talk to
if you or someone you know
struggles with substance abuse?
What are the consequences
you’ll face at school if you’re
Students caught under the influence
during the school day are suspended. If
student athletes receive a chemical
health violation from law enforcement
anytime (such as summer vacation), the
school is informed and the student
athlete is suspended from participation.
First violation is suspension from 2 weeks