In response to questions from the Rockway constituency, parents and Mennonite Central Committee Ontario generated by the coverage, [Terry Schellenberg] says that "Rockway is planning to shape a series of chapel forums for our teachers and students that open again our peace commitment, along with a number of these challenging questions from a range of perspectives."Steve Brnjas, one of the pastors at Bethel Mennonite Church near Elmira, Ont., and a former Waterloo Regional Police officer, welcomes such efforts. "There is a need for an ongoing discussion on this," he says, "not just at the theological level but at the reality level, including the reality of policing, which is unwelcome to most Mennonites - a deep discussion on the interaction of peace and violence. . . . Mennonites feel very uncomfortable with Jesus' [violent] actions in the temple."Working to create curriculum based on "intelligent awareness," planning and thinking a head, using values of peace and justice, [Glen Woolner] says CDEI is trying to help schools "create community and make sure everyone has a meaningful place in the community"