PEER MEDIATION

Melissa Fullerton
By Melissa Fullerton July 29, 2019 15:27

PEER MEDIATION

Purpose: A club designed for students to come together to mediate peer conflict. Students undergo 2 1/2 days of training in order to learn how to be a peer mediator.

Activities: Lead peer mediations as needed, yearly refresher training and 9th grade orientation to peer mediation.

Learn more: To be a peer mediator, you need to be recommended by a staff member, fill out an application and attend the full training.

Advisor:  Mrs. Schoenen & Mrs. Sell

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Melissa Fullerton
By Melissa Fullerton July 29, 2019 15:27

Student Activity Fee Policy

The activity fee for clubs is due by December 16, 2019.


In accordance with school policy, the Governor Mifflin School District has established a Student Activity Fee. The purpose of this fee is to offset costs associated with Governor Mifflin’s extracurricular programs. A one-time fee of $75 will enable each Grade 7-12 student to participate in an unlimited number of school athletic teams or other co-curricular activities during the school year. Families with multiple children shall pay a maximum of $225 in student activity fees for the school year. Students eligible for free meals will have the activity fee automatically waived and others who feel this fee is a financial hardship can call the Business Office to discuss installment payments or a possible reduction in the fee.

If payment is not received by the due date, the student will not be eligible to participate until payment is made. Please click here for a full list of payment options and additional information about this fee.


Questions about the activity fees or payment process?
Please contact the Governor Mifflin Business Office at 610-775-1461, ext. 1107.