Peer Mediation

Peer mediation is a pro-active and positive intervention program which teaches students specific skills and problem-solving steps to assist other students solve challenging social situations in the school environment.  With the use of this program students take responsibility for solving their own conflicts before they reach the administrative level of discipline.

Since discipline is one of the most universal and troubling problems that middle schools face every day, peer mediation can alleviate much of these problems related to bullying, causing conflict.  Mediations are available throughout the week on an as needed basis.  Students 5-8th grade are available to mediate with permission from their classroom teachers. Students mediate students.  Students resolve conflicts.