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Oregon Healthy Teens Survey
OHT 2013 Survey

 

The 2015 Oregon Healthy Teens Survey is Underway!

 
    Don’t miss your chance to participate in the 2015 OHT survey to hear directly from students to see where they are, where they want to be, and how to get there.
     
     
Why should districts and schools participate in the OHT Survey?

Because no curriculum is brilliant enough to compensate for a hungry stomach or distracted mind.
There is a strong, well-established link between health and learning. Supporting kids and addressing health issues such as harassment, substance use and unintended pregnancy can greatly improve their ability to learn and academic success. OHT Survey results can help members of the school community to make data-driven decisions and effectively address health-related barriers to learning.

OHT data can be used for:

  • Tracking student population behavior changes as required by Title IVA, Safe and Drug-Free Schools funding
  • School-wide improvement planning and assessment
  • Curricular decisions
  • Grant writing/reporting
  • Engaging community partners
  • Informing the types of funding opportunities offered by the Oregon Health Authority
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    Read more about Oregon Healthy Teens.

 

If you have any questions about the 2015 OHT Survey, contact Renee Boyd at 971-673-1145 or renee.k.boyd@state.or.us

 

 


 

 

Current OHT Survey (2015)

 
Questionnaires
For Schools
For Parents

 


Results and Background 

 

Yearly Results and Information
County-Level Results
About the Survey

General Information
Related Resources

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