As part of the CASDA’s effort to prevent teen dating violence in Douglas County, CASDA’s Children’s Program Coordinator went to Superior High School in the fall of 2013 and taught 173 students ages 14-16 about teen dating violence prevention. In addition, the students filled out anonymous surveys that CASDA created to monitor the levels of teen dating violence in our community. CASDA hopes to continue educating local students about teen dating violence, with the hopes of seeing the prevalence of teen dating violence diminished over time. Below is the compiled data CASDA gathered from this most recent batch of surveys.
Click on 2013 SHS TDV link to view the survey results.