Turning to Drugs (01:57)
Teens reflect on student drug use and why they do it.
Why Use Drugs at School? (01:18)
Teens experiment with drugs for many reasons. Teens discuss why students try drugs and alcohol, and why they come to school stoned.
Parental Issues (01:19)
Teens discuss drug use and parental relationships. An educator explains open dialogue with students.
Continuous Use of Mind-Altering Substances (01:37)
Teens who experiment with drugs or alcohol often continue to use them. Teens discuss the influence of peer pressure.
Experimenting with Mind-Altering Substances (01:53)
Each use increases the risk of abuse and addiction.
Dependency on Mind-Altering Substances (02:44)
Teens share stories about alcohol and drug use. Teens face many pressures at school; use and abuse of substances can lead to difficulties.
Being Stoned at School has Consequences (01:09)
Occasional drug and alcohol use often extends beyond social life. A teen recalls his friend getting caught with drugs at school.
Types of Mind-Altering Substances (01:15)
Substances include: inhalants, cough syrup, prescription drugs, methamphetamine, speed, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, and more. Teens reflect on seeing kids stoned at school and kids that steal prescriptions.
Marijuana and Alcohol Use (01:45)
Marijuana and alcohol are two substances most used by teens; teens who smoke marijuana are twice as likely to skip classes. Teens discuss the effects of experimenting with drugs.
Being Stoned at School has Consequences Outside of School (02:01)
Substance use can lead to a life of dependency and severe consequences. Teens reflect on users dropping out of school, selling drugs, and the downward spiral.
You Have a Choice (01:22)
Teens can choose whether or not to use drugs and alcohol. Teens reflect on the impact of drug and alcohol use on their futures.
Credits: Real Life Teens: Stoned at School (00:40)
Credits: Real Life Teens: Stoned at School
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