Every year, the PRIDE organization shares results from a survey it gives to students at Warren County and Bowling Green City Schools.
The survey gives school officials a clear indication of how many students use drugs and what substances they use.
This year, the report says usage of all drugs went down when compared to last year except for one, cocaine. Usage of that drug went up in ninth through twelfth grades compared to last year's figures.
School officials say they're cautiously optimistic that usage of other substances decreased from last year, but remain concerned that students use drugs, period. They say most drug use happens after school and on weekends, when students are not being supervised.
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