New MVP High School Data 2012

9th grade students at East and West High schools were given a survey to ask about the likelihood of their intervening in bullying and relationship violence situations, at the beginning of the school year, prior to training, and at the end of the school year.  Results are below:

Mentors in Violence Prevention Student Survey Spring 2012

 

 

At the start of the school year if I saw a student at my school was…. 

Today, if I SEE a student at my school is…

Would have done /Will do something(% Yes)

Start of school year


Today

Sexually harassing a student

78

88

Calling another student a derogatory name

75

85

Making fun of a gay or lesbian student

77

85

Hurting another student physically

81

88

Taking advantage of a student sexually

80

87

Picking on or bullying another student

80

87

Using the internet/cellphone to degrade or harass another student with words or pictures

74

82

Pressuring his/her girlfriend/boyfriend to do something sexually she/he doesn’t want to do

77

83

Pressuring his/her girlfriend/boyfriend to send him/her nude photos

77

81

Keeping his/her girlfriend/boyfriend from spending time with friends

76

84

Checking on the whereabouts of his/her girlfriend/boyfriend—trying to keep track of her/his whereabouts and what she/he is doing

72

84

Calling his/her girlfriend/boyfriend mean and derogatory names with the intent to hurt

81

87

Doing something to his/her girlfriend/boyfriend that might hurt physically

84

89

Doing something to his/her girlfriend/boyfriend that might hurt emotionally

82

87

Doing something to his/her girlfriend that might hurt socially with friends

79

86

Arguing in what seems to be a violent way

79

87

Gossiping and spreading rumors about others

76

86

Making fun of gay or lesbians

77

86