Lexington ISD Peace Keepers
Peer Mediation is now available on the Elementary and Middle School Campuses of LISD. Mediation is the voluntary, peaceful resolution of disputes or conflicts in which one or more neutral parties act as Mediators.
A Peer Mediator is trained to provide a safe, scripted, confidential, structured process to assist other students in conflict to end disputes peacefully by reaching mutually acceptable agreements.
Peer Mediation provides students with a positive alternative to conflict. LISD Peace Keepers received training through the paxUnited Peers Making Peace program. Peers Making Peace is a research-based, educator created program. It is also the only conflict resolution program in the United States to be recognized by the United States Department of Education Safe & Drug Free School & Communities, Center of Substance Abuse Prevention, and the Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention.
The 2010-2011 Lexington Elementary Peace Keepers are 4th and 5th grade students. 4th grade Peace Keepers are Dylan Atkins, Ja’Kobe Cooper, Samantha Couch, Rolando Garza Jr., Alexis Gonzales, Lauren Hess, Jessica McDowell, Helen Rogers, Zeth Smith, Sean Taylor. 5th grade Peace Keepers are McKayla Atkins, Keshun Cooper, Tyler Davenport, Cache Garrett, Brittany Krenek, Christian Koch, Wyatt Retzlaff, Miranda Smith, Kaitlyn Washington, Sydney Willett. Lexington Elementary Peace Keeper Coordinator is Kathy Boettcher.
The 2010-2011 Lexington Middle School Peace Keepers are 7th and 8th grade students. 7th grade Peace Keepers are Gabe Blue, Alex Demeree, Brianna Kelly, and Shakora Latimar. 8th grade Peace Keepers are Kelsye Boyte, Brandon Level, Nick McMahon, Samuel Meza, Araseli Perez, Harley Ringler, Blaine Slack, Clayton Suehs, and Triston Tillery. Lexington Middle School Peace Keeper Coordinator is Brittney Brockenbush.
Submit your Mediation Referrals TODAY. LISD Peace Keepers are ready to help!