2018-19 Restorative Practices Applications

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3 Schools Selected as New Restorative Practice Pilot Sites for 2018-19

  • Posted by Saint Paul Public Schools in April 2018

    Battle Creek Middle SchoolCentral High School and Nokomis Montessori North Campus have been selected to become restorative practice pilot sites in the 2018-2019 school year.

    The three new pilot sites join American Indian Magnet, Farnsworth Aerospace 5-8 Campus, Johnson Senior High, Maxfield Elementary, Murray Middle School, Riverview West Side School of Excellence, Eastern Heights Elementary, Parkway Montessori Middle School and Washington Technology Magnet.

    Eleven Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) schools applied to be restorative practice sites next school year.

    Restorative Practices began in fall 2016 as a collaboration among SPPS, its Office of College and Career Readiness and the Saint Paul Federation of Teachers (SPFT).

    SPPS educators have embraced learning about restorative practices across multiple departments -- the Office of Equity, School Climate and Support, social workers, counselors, nurses, licensed staff and educational support professionals -- and through training experiences ranging from 90-minute introductions to last summer’s 3-day Restorative Practice Institute hosted by SPFT.