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Having Fun with Conflict Resolution at St. Bernadette

Pictured are Ryan Sooley, Linkin Bertrand, Audi Dini, Joel Ankomah and Lexi Paquin during a Kelso's choices session.

November 27, 2012 - During this year’s Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week students from St. Bernadette Catholic School participated in various lessons and activities to promote peaceful relationships and conflict resolutions; such as school-wide read-alouds, teachings around how to be “bucket fillers” by doing kind deeds for others, and, as pictured here, participating in the “Kelso’s Choice” conflict management skills program. Through active role play and puppetry students learned that they are smart enough and strong enough to make good choices.



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