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07-19-2021
07-19-2021
10:00 am
12:00 pm
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Fundamentals of Restorative Justice During Re-Entry and Recovery in School Communities
Join us to learn the basics of how restorative justice practices can help in the re-entry and recovery process. Participants will explore how restorative practices can facilitate smoother transition periods in schools and classrooms, address student and staff concerns, and rebuild the school community. We will share examples of how to use restorative language throughout the re-entry and recovery process and provide space for participants to collaborate on strategies to engage and support the community through circles and other restorative practices.

All professional development sessions use a trauma-informed approach and teach skills and practices that you can implement immediately. We highly encourage participants to join our weekly coaching sessions for a deeper dive into the challenges of implementation and practice. All Fall 2021 sessions will be held virtually on Zoom.

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming including, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the Fall by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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Jessica Dulay Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov
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  538 Join us to learn the basics of how restorative justice practices can help in the re-entry and recovery process. Participants will explore how restorative practices can facilitate smoother transition periods in schools and classrooms, address student and staff concerns, and rebuild the school community. We will share examples of how to use restorative language throughout the re-entry and recovery process and provide space for participants to collaborate on strategies to engage and support the community through circles and other restorative practices.

All professional development sessions use a trauma-informed approach and teach skills and practices that you can implement immediately. We highly encourage participants to join our weekly coaching sessions for a deeper dive into the challenges of implementation and practice. All Fall 2021 sessions will be held virtually on Zoom.

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming including, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the Fall by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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