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Marijuanas Early Head Start Lisa Jenny and Alex were all 11 years old and in the sixth grade They were great athletes and super smart They had everything going for them They were all American girls that every parent loved until they got suspended from school for the use and possession of marijuana This scenario and many other similar cases have become a regular occurrence in schools across the United States A recent government survey tells us that marijuana is the most frequently used illegal drug in the country it also says that nearly 50 of teenagers have tried marijuana before they graduate from high school Though this number seems very high my personal experience proves that number is much higher for our small school Most of my friends and fellow classmates have smoked it before and many of them still smoke it on a regular basis Many parents or adults in our community have no idea that this is happening so regularly Even more importantly how this is happening I feel uniquely qualified that my own personal interactions and experiences will allow me the knowledge to explain Excerpt from US Department of Health and Human Services NIH Publication Number 98-4036 httpwwwnidanihgovMarijBrochMarijintrohtml it all Most people think that it cant really be happening and that their sweet little children wouldnt ever dare to do it Well they do At this school many people start experimenting with marijuana in the sixth and seventh grade Not very many of them are doing this but there are a few Then as they begin to like it they continue with occasional use Then after a while some of their other friends want to try it also when they do they like it then some more of their friends try it and this cycle goes on and on So by Jr High graduation most pre-teens have tried it Many parents chose not to believe this
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