Sunset Terrace

Elementary School

Conflict Managers

What do Conflict Managers do?
Conflict Managers serve their school by helping other students resolve conflicts. They work in pairs, using a learned problem-solving process. Disputants may be referred to Conflict Managers by the Principal, teachers, paras, other students, or themselves. No one is forced to see Conflict Managers to solve a dispute, the process is voluntary. Conflict Managers are helpers, not judges or disciplinarians.

Qualifications for Conflict Managers:
-Leadership Potential
-Respect of peers or the ability to gain this respect
-Good written and verbal skills
-Willingness to try new things
-Commitment to the program

Expectations for Conflict Managers:
*Stay up to date with all school work
*Be on your best behavior
*Be on time
*Be prepared
*Be alert and pay attention
*Be a good partner
*Take your responsibility seriously
*Keep conflicts confidential
*Fill out your paperwork with care

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