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Kelso's Choices moves up to Junior classes at St. Charles Elementary

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Pictured are Kali Dumas, Emma Carpenter and Noah Fillion as they put a sticker on the conflict resolution strategy they are best at on KC's Wheel

November 24, 2014 - At St. Charles Elementary, the primary students have been using Kelso's Choices for a few years with great success! During Bullying Awareness Week, students in junior classes learned about Kelso's Choices and the KC conflict management program. Vice-Principal Laura Stirrett went to junior classrooms to lead students through a variety of activities to explore the difference between minor and serious problems, and how to approach each. For example, with minor problems, students can choose 2 strategies that are either verbal (talk it out, apologize, tell them to stop or make a deal) or non-verbal (wait and cool off, walk away, go to another game or ignore it) to resolve a conflict, and then tell an adult if that doesn't work. With serious problems students would tell an adult right away.

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