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Data provides the information decision makers need in order to create a safe and positive learning environment.

1. Comprehensive Health Surveillance System Matrix (CHSS Matrix)
The CHSS Matrix shows or provides links to the following information on seven defferent surveillance tools:
Sponsor(s) Unit of Analysis
Purposes Data Categories
Frequency Questionnaires
Survey Design Reports

Download PDF Matrix below                  
CHSS Matrix Adobe Icon
2. Surveillance Tools
Detailed information on seven surveillance tools used for data collection in Arizona schools
Click on the appropriate link to view the surveillance tool profile.
A. Arizona Safe and Drug Free Schools (SDFS) Report Http Icon
B. Arizona Youth Survey (AYS) Profile  Http Icon
C. Arizona Youth Tobacco Survey (YTS) Http Icon
D. School Health Education Profiles (formerly known as SHEP) Http Icon
E. School Health Policies and Programs Study (SHPPS) Http Icon
F. Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) Http Icon
3. School Safety Study
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2(B). Arizona Youth Survey (AYS)

(i). Arizona Youth Survey (AYS) Http Icon
(ii). Sponsor(s):
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC)
Arizona Governor's Division of Children
Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS)
(iii). Purpose
        To assess and monitor the:
Attitudes of students regarding substance abuse and street-gang activities
Prevalence of substance abuse and gang-related activities among students
(iv). Statutory Reference:
ARS Β§ 41-2416 Http Icon
(v). Frequency:
Biennial (Even Numbered Years)
(vi). Survey Design:
Multistage, Stratified (small, medium and large schools) random sample
(vii). Unit of Analysis:
Students in grades 8, 10 and 12
(viii). Data Categories:
Community risk and protective factors
Family risk and protective factors
Peer/Individual risk and protective factors
Lifetime and 30 day use of Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD)
Antisocial behaviors in relation to ATOD use, handguns, gangs, violence and academic achievement
(ix). Questionnaire(s):
See 2006 AYS Report Appendix A
See 2004 AYS Report Appendix A
See 2002 AYS Report Appendix A
(x). Report(s):
2010 AYS Report AdobeIcon
2008 AYS Report AdobeIcon
2006 AYS Report AdobeIcon
2004 AYS Report AdobeIcon
2002 AYS Report AdobeIcon

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2(A). Arizona Safe and Drug Free Schools (SDFS) Report

(i). Arizona Safe and Drug Free Schools (SDFS) Report AdobeIcon
(ii). Sponsor(s):
       Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
(iii). Purpose:
        To assess and monitor the:
To meet federal reporting requirements
To meet a portion of state School Safety Study requirements
(iv). Statutory Reference:
P.L. 107-110, Sec. 4001-4003 Http Icon
P.L. 107-110, 4112-4116 Http Icon
P.L. 107-110, 4141 Http Icon
(v). Frequency:
Annual
(vi). Survey Design:
Census of all Arizona Schools
(vii). Unit of Analysis:
Schools
(viii). Data Categories:
Prevention programs, practices and educational service
Parent communication
School policies
Policies: disciplinary actions
School environment
Violence/Injury at school
Violent/Criminal behavior
Student disciplinary actions
Firearms and Explosive Devices
(ix). Questionnaire(s):
2009 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2008 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2007 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2006 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2005 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2004 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2003 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
2002 SDFS Tool AdobeIcon
(x). Definitions:
2008 - 2009 AdobeIcon
2006 - 2007 AdobeIcon
2003 - 2005 AdobeIcon
(xi). Report(s):
2004 SDFS Summary AdobeIcon
2003 SDFS Summary AdobeIcon
2002 SDFS Summary AdobeIcon
2001 SDFS Summary AdobeIcon

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2(F). Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
Arizona high school students were surveyed regarding violence, suicide, alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, sexual risks, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, body image, diet and physical activity. This survey is used to assess and monitor behaviors that place individuals at increased risk for premature morbidity and mortality.
(i). To print fact sheet, click link below
Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) AdobeIcon
(ii). Sponsor(s):
Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Http Icon
(iii). Purpose:
To assess and monitor behaviors that place high-school students at increased risk for premature morbidity and mortality.
(iv). Statutory Reference:
Part C - Coordination of Programs; Consolidated State and Local Plans and Applications Http Icon
(v). Frequency:
Biennial (Odd numbered years)
(vi). Survey Design:
Multistage Random Sample (by schools and classes within school) Students in fifty percent of the sampled classes are asked to complete the YRBS. Students in the other fifty percent of the sampled classes are asked to complete the AYTS.
(vii). Unit of Analysis:
Students in grades 9-12
(viii). Data Categories:
Behaviors that contribute to violence and unintentional injuries
Tobacco Use
Alcohol and other drug use
Sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease
Inadequate physical activity
(ix). Questionnaire(s):
2009 YRBS Tool AdobeIcon
2007 YRBS Tool AdobeIcon
2005 YRBS Tool AdobeIcon
2003 YRBS Tool AdobeIcon
(x).  Report(s):
2009 Arizona YRBS Results
2009 Arizona YRBS Data Widget
The YRBS WIDGET is a unique tool that allows users to see, print, or email specified views of the 2009 YRBS results. Selected data can be analyzed by specified parameters, compared across states, or with national results.
2009 Arizona YRBS Trend Report Adobe Icon
2009 YRBS Presentation Adobe Icon
2009 Arizona YRBS Graphs Power Point Icon
2009 Arizona YRBS Detail Tables Power Point Icon
2009 Arizona YRBS Summary Tables Adobe Icon
2009 Arizona YRBS Demographic Table Adobe Icon
2007 Arizona YRBS Results
2007 YRBS Presentation Adobe Icon
2007 Arizona YRBS Trend Report  Adobe Icon
2007 Arizona YRBS Graphs Power Point Icon
2007 Arizona YRBS Summary Tables Adobe Icon
2007 Arizona YRBS Demographic Table Adobe Icon
2005 Arizona YRBS Results
2005 Arizona YRBS Trend Report
2005 Arizona YRBS Graphs
2005 Arizona YRBS Summary Tables
2005 Arizona YRBS Demographic Table
2003 Arizona YRBS Summary Presentation (Charters not included) PowerPoint
2003 Arizona YRBS Summary Presentation (Charters included) PowerPoint

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2(C). Arizona Youth Tobacco Survey (YTS)

(i). To print fact sheet, click link below
Arizona Youth Tobacco Survey(YTS) AdobeIcon
(ii). Sponsor(s):
Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS/TEPP)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
(iii). Purpose:
To assess and monitor :
Knowledge concerning the risks of smoking tobacco
Attitudes regarding smoking tobacco
Tobacco use behaviors
(iv). Statutory Reference:
Arizona Revised Statute (A.R.S.) Β§41-2416 Http Icon
(v).  Frequency:
Biennial (Odd numbered years)
(vi). Survey Design:
Multistage Random Sample (By schools and classes within school) Students in fifty percent of the sampled classes are asked to complete the YRBS. Students in the other fifty percent of the sampled classes are asked to complete the AYTS.
(vii). Unit of Analysis:
Students in grades 9-12
(viii). Data Categories:
Prevalence of Tobacco Use
Tobacco Related Knowledge and Attitudes
Role of Media and Advertising in Tobacco Use
Minors Access and Enforcement
Tobacco-Related School Curriculum
Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smokey
Cessation of Tobacco Use
(ix). Questionnaire(s):
2005 YTS AdobeIcon
(x). Report(s):
2000 and 2002 YTS Highlights AdobeIcon

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2(D). School Health Education Profile (Profiles)
  (Formerly known as SHEP)

(i). To print fact sheet, click link below
School Health Education Profiles (Profiles)Http Icon
(ii). Sponsor(s):
Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
(iii). Purpose:
School Principal Questionnaire Lead Health Education Teacher Questionnaire
To assess and monitor: To assess and monitor:
  • Characteristics of and trends in school health education
  • Physical education
  • Asthma management activities
  • School health policies related to HIV/AIDS prevention
  • Nutrition practices
  • Violence prevention
  • Asthma management
  • HIV infection
  • Health education
  • Collaboration
  • Professional preparation
  • Staff development
(iv). Statutory Reference:
Part C - Coordination of Programs; Consolidated State and Local Plans and ApplicationsHttp Icon
(v). Frequency:
Biennial (Even years)
(vi). Survey Design:
Random systematic equal-probability
(vii). Unit of Analysis:
Middle, Junior and Senior High Schools
(viii). Data Categories:
School Principal Questionnaire Lead Health Education Teacher Questionnaire
  • Required health education courses
  • Health education administration
  • Required physical education courses 
  • Physical education
  • Physical activity
  • Tobacco prevention policies
  • Nutrition-related policies
  • Nutrition-related practices
  • Violence prevention
  • Asthma management
  • HIV infection policies
  • Required health education courses
  • Tobacco use prevention
  • HIV Prevention
  • Collaboration
  • Staff development
  • Professional preparation
(ix). Questionnaire(s):
2010 Profiles Tool - Principal AdobeIcon
2010 Profiles Tool - Teacher AdobeIcon
2008 Profiles Tool - Principal AdobeIcon
2008 Profiles Tool - Teacher AdobeIcon
2006 Profiles Tool - Principal AdobeIcon
2006 Profiles Tool – Teacher AdobeIcon
2004 SHEP Tool - Principal AdobeIcon
2004 SHEP Tool - Teacher AdobeIcon
2002 SHEP Questionnaire - Principal AdobeIcon
2002 SHEP Questionnaire - Teacher AdobeIcon
(x). Report(s):
2010 Profiles Summary – Tables (Principals) AdobeIcon
2010 Profiles Summary – Graph (Principals) Powerpoint Icon
2010 Profiles Summary – Tables (Teachers) AdobeIcon
2010 Profiles Summary – Graph (Teachers) Powerpoint Icon
2008 Profiles Summary – Tables (Principals) AdobeIcon
2008 Profiles Summary – Graph (Principals) Powerpoint Icon
2008 Profiles Summary – Tables (Teachers) AdobeIcon
2008 Profiles Summary – Graph (Teachers) Powerpoint Icon
2008 Summary AdobeIcon
2006 Profiles Summary – Tables (Principals) AdobeIcon
2006 Profiles Summary – Graph (Principals) AdobeIcon
2006 Profiles Summary - Tables (Teachers) AdobeIcon
2006 Profiles Summary - Graph (Teachers) AdobeIcon
2006 Background
2006 Summary AdobeIcon
2004 SHEP Summary-Tables (Principals) AdobeIcon
2004 SHEP Summary-Graph (Principals) Powerpoint Icon
2004 SHEP Summary-Tables (Teachers) AdobeIcon
2004 SHEP Summary-Graph (Teachers) Powerpoint Icon
2002 SHEP Summary AdobeIcon

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2(E). School Health Policies and Programs Study (SHPPS)

(i). School Health Policies and Programs Study (SHPPS) Http Icon
(ii). Sponsor(s):
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
(iii). Purpose:
To assess and monitor health school health program components
(iv). Statutory Reference:
Part C - Coordination of Programs; Consolidated State and Local Plans and Applications Http Icon
(v). Survey Design:
Random systematic equal-probability
(vi). Unit of Analysis:
State and Schools
(vii). Data Categories:
Health education
Physical education and activity
Health services
Mental health and social services
Food service
School policies and environment
Faculty and staff health promotion
Family and community involvement
(viii). Questionnaire(s):
2000 SHPPS Questionnaire
(ix). Report(s):
2000 SHPPS Summary Http Icon

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3. School Safety Study

(i). Sponsor(s):
Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
(ii). Purpose:
To assess and monitor the level of safety in Arizona schools
(iii). Statutory Reference:
ARS 15-231.03 Http Icon
(iv). Frequency:
Every four years; Report due to Arizona Legislature September 15, 2007
(v). Survey Design:
Simple Random Sample
(vi). Unit of Analysis:
Schools
(vii). Data Categories:
School safety policies
School safety programs
School safety practices
(viii). Questionnaire(s):
See 2002 School Safety Study, Appendixes 1, 3 and 4
See 2001 School Safety Study, Appendixes 1 and 4
(ix). Report(s):
2007 School Safety Study AdobeIcon
2002 School Safety Study: Phase II AdobeIcon
2001 School Safety Study: Phase I AdobeIcon

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