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Good Afternoon Board of Education Members & Guests LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL PEER MEDIATION PROGRAM LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL PEER MEDIATION PROGRAM

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  • Good Afternoon Board of Education Members & Guests LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL PEER MEDIATION PROGRAM LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL PEER MEDIATION PROGRAM
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  • Peer Mediators are.. Self Directed Learners Self Directed Learners Community Contributors Community Contributors Complex Thinkers Complex Thinkers Quality Producers Quality Producers Effective Communicators Effective Communicators Effective and Ethical Users of Technology Effective and Ethical Users of Technology
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  • What we offer our peers in dealing with bullying/harassment or other issues they may be faced with is
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  • PREVENTION and INTERVENTION activities on campus such as
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  • Peer Mediation PEER MEDIATION is the process of resolving conflicts with the assistance of a neutral third party, trained peer mediators. PEER MEDIATION is the process of resolving conflicts with the assistance of a neutral third party, trained peer mediators. CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL ON CAMPUS ON CAMPUS IT'S FREE IT'S FREE
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  • 2010-2011 Statistics 53 Mediations Conducted Grade 9 = 44 Grade 10 = 29 Grade 11= 27 Grade 12 = 6 Total 106 students 53 (100%) cases mediated with an agreement Top issues to be mediated were: verbal harassment rumors relationship between peers
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  • 2010-2011 Disputant Follow-up Evaluations - 98% of disputants were very satisfied or satisfied with the agreement reached at the mediation session. - 99% of disputants felt the problem was settled after mediation. - 96% of disputants felt the mediators were very helpful or helpful in solving the problem. - 96% of disputants felt they learned to become a better communicator and problem-solver by participating in the peer mediation process. - 94% of disputants felt that the mediation program is a worthwhile service for the school.
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  • Peace Day September 21, 2011 Pinwheels for Peace
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  • Classroom Presentations Promoting Positive Behavior Lessons on Conflict Resolution Anger Management Skill building Lessons on Conflict Resolution Anger Management Skill building
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  • Power to the Peaceful Week Monday: M & M Monday (Appreciating Diversity) Tuesday: Take A Stand Tuesday (Anti-bullying) Wednesday: Words that Hurt, Words that Heal Wednesday Thursday: Thankful Thursday (Living with Gratitude) Friday: Aloha Friday (Spread some Aloha) Monday: M & M Monday (Appreciating Diversity) Tuesday: Take A Stand Tuesday (Anti-bullying) Wednesday: Words that Hurt, Words that Heal Wednesday Thursday: Thankful Thursday (Living with Gratitude) Friday: Aloha Friday (Spread some Aloha)
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  • and we spread peace with alumni, our families, fellow mediators, our keiki, and the community at large WE ARE PEACE- MAKERS!
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  • Caring for our Peace Garden With the Class of 1970 and 2013
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  • Peer Mediation Parent Night Sharing what activities weve done over the year with our families
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  • Hosting Kapaa High School Meeting other peace-makers and sharing our Programs
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  • Hawaii Statewide Peer Mediation Conference Hawaii Supreme Court - host a workshop - assist with planning the conference Hawaii Supreme Court - host a workshop - assist with planning the conference
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  • Haleiwa & Iliahi Elementary Helping our fellow keiki by teaching a lesson on bullying to 5 th and 6 th graders
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  • Hawaii Public Radio October 20, 2010 Bullying in the Schools Interview with: Vice-Principal, Sally Omalza Peer Mediation Counselor, Carla Lum Peer Mediator, Derius Caravallo Parent, Liane Rable
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  • November 9, 2010 News article: Teachers, Peers, Key to Preventing Bullying by Education Reporter, Katherine Poythress * Interview with Ms. Lum about Bullying & Leilehuas Peer Mediation Program November 9, 2010 News article: Teachers, Peers, Key to Preventing Bullying by Education Reporter, Katherine Poythress * Interview with Ms. Lum about Bullying & Leilehuas Peer Mediation Program
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  • Do we collect data? We try to
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  • DATA COLLECTION Mediations completed (Who was serviced and issues mediated) Follow-up mediation session evaluations (Has the conflict been resolved? Have you kept to the Agreement? Is another mediation necessary?) Counseling services provided (Who Ms. Lum serviced and issues counseled that did not warrant mediation) Classroom Presentation Evaluations on Conflict Resolution and Anger Awareness Lesson (What did you learn? What did you like BEST? What can we IMPROVE on?) Peer Mediator Evaluations (What have you gained from being a peer mediator?)
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  • Thank you for inviting us to share our ideas on promoting peace in our School. We appreciate your time, service, and commitment to the children of Hawaii. Call us or come by for a visitwe are always available to speak with you about Peace and Education. We look forward to another productive year of serving others. We invite you to join us! Peace out, Leilehuas High School Peer Mediators Thank you for inviting us to share our ideas on promoting peace in our School. We appreciate your time, service, and commitment to the children of Hawaii. Call us or come by for a visitwe are always available to speak with you about Peace and Education. We look forward to another productive year of serving others. We invite you to join us! Peace out, Leilehuas High School Peer Mediators
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