Events

Winter Training Events

Initial Restorative Justice Practices – SOLD OUT

February 11th-12th,

Location Change Due to Weather-  Hotel Nexus 2140 N. Northgate Way Seattle, WA 

  • Weather Alert – if you are unable to make this training due to the weather, please contact Jean Charette at 917-846-7880

Cost: $325.00 – Includes Light Breakfast and Lunch, 12 Clock Hours Offered

Restorative Justice Practices is focused on the belief that those individuals causing harm can work together with those affected by the harm to repair it and that this collaboration leads to true accountability. A restorative approach brings awareness that misconduct is part of the developmental process of every young person. Restorative Justice and restorative practices applied in our schools reflects an approach to wrongdoing and harmful behavior that aims to both prevent wrongdoing at all levels and intervene in offending behavior. Restorative practices help to build community, celebrate accomplishments, transform conflict, rebuild relationships that have been harmed, and reintegrate students who have been suspended or expelled. A restorative model fits well within the multi-tiered framework of Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) and is at the heart, a prevention based approach. Come learn more about how to use PBIS in your school and district.

Presenters:.Carol Frodge & Lori Lynass.

Spring Training Events

Advanced Restorative Justice – Register Here

March 4th, 2019

Nile Golf Course Ballroom – 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

Cost: $175.00 – Includes Light Breakfast and Lunch, 12 Clock Hours Offered

Advanced Restorative – For graduates of Initial Restorative Justice Training or those already using basic Restorative Practices, this advanced workshop will focus on high level violations that require a suspension, expulsion, re-entry or major repair. We will model a circle for a large harm issue involving multiple students in which parents and community members are also brought in and show the re-entry circle process after a student is returning from suspension. We will also introduce you to another line of restorative questioning that comes from the practitioner Dominic Barr. It helps to show that there are multiple avenues to bring about change. Time for problem solving current issues with restorative practices in your school will also be provided.

Initial Restorative Justice Practices – Registration Open Feb 4th

May 2nd-3rd, 2019

Hotel Nexus – 2140 N. Northgate Way Seattle, WA 98133

Cost: $325.00 – Includes Light Breakfast and Lunch, 12 Clock Hours Offered

Restorative Justice Practices is focused on the belief that those individuals causing harm can work together with those affected by the harm to repair it and that this collaboration leads to true accountability. A restorative approach brings awareness that misconduct is part of the developmental process of every young person. Restorative Justice and restorative practices applied in our schools reflects an approach to wrongdoing and harmful behavior that aims to both prevent wrongdoing at all levels and intervene in offending behavior. Restorative practices help to build community, celebrate accomplishments, transform conflict, rebuild relationships that have been harmed, and reintegrate students who have been suspended or expelled. A restorative model fits well within the multi-tiered framework of Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) and is at the heart, a prevention based approach. Come learn more about how to use PBIS in your school and district.

Presenters:.Carol Frodge & Lori Lynass.