Student Tools

Student Tools

Solve ANY Problem

Are you good at solving problems? Want to get more practice using important, real-world issues? Check out Youth For Justice. Youth for Justice is a student-led program designed to empower youth to be actively engaged citizens who work together to make a positive difference in their community. The program allows students to identify an injustice, intolerance or problem relevant to their local community, and then develop a plan of action and work together to remedy the injustice.

Resolve a Conflict

Managing Emotions


Social-Emotional Learning - (SEL) is the process of developing the self-awareness, self-control & interpersonal skills that are vital for school, work & life success.

Talk to a Trusted Adult


What is Mediation?

Does your school offer a peer mediation program? If not, ask a school counselor or administrator if you can start one!

For information about how to start a peer mediation program at your school, visit the Online Peer Mediation website. If you would like to use live Online Peer Mediation, find a teacher or school administrator to see if they will complete an intake form for you!

Want more information about peer mediation? Contact Michelle Zaremba, MPA, Director of the Dayton Mediation Center at 937.333.2352. She is an experienced conflict intervention expert with more than 20 years as a practitioner, trainer, and consultant.

The Dayton Mediation Center website also has great information about mediation!