A learning experience

Sara Jones from Blair Oaks High School tells her side of the issue as she and students from area schools participate in peer mediation training at Jefferson City High School on Thursday. As part of the CharacterPlus Program, this course is offered to teach conflict resolution. The program's presenter, Tammi Bopp of St. Louis, spoke to the students and counselors as she helped facilitate smaller groups in selecting scenarios and acting them out.

Sara Jones from Blair Oaks High School tells her side of the issue as she and students from area schools participate in peer mediation training at Jefferson City High School on Thursday. As part of the CharacterPlus Program, this course is offered to teach conflict resolution. The program's presenter, Tammi Bopp of St. Louis, spoke to the students and counselors as she helped facilitate smaller groups in selecting scenarios and acting them out. Photo by Julie Smith.

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Sara Jones from Blair Oaks High School tells her side of the issue as she and students from area schools participate in peer mediation training at Jefferson City High School on Thursday. As part of the CharacterPlus Program, this course is offered to teach conflict resolution. The program's presenter, Tammi Bopp of St. Louis, spoke to the students and counselors as she helped facilitate smaller groups in selecting scenarios and acting them out.

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A learning experience. Ben Campbell, near, Isaac Schwarz and Sara Jones follow along as the presenter goes through the steps in conflict resolution and peer mediation. Students from area schools participated in a workshop at Jefferson City High School on Thursday. As part of the CharacterPlus Program, this information is offered to teach conflict resolution. To view these and other photographs, please visit www.newstribune.com/photos.

Ben Campbell, near, Isaac Schwarz and Sara Jones follow along as the presenter goes through the steps in conflict resolution.

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