Welcome to the Restorative Practices Program

  • In Saint Paul Public Schools several schools have received grant funds to implement Restorative Practices school-wide. Restorative Practices are ways for a school community to build relationships, problem solve and learn. In this approach, relationships are the most important way we learn about the world and ourselves.

    A Restorative Practice school and community believe:

    • Everyone in the school community is good, wise and powerful.
    • We are all connected to one another.
    • All of us want to be in good, healthy relationships with others.
    • We all have talents and gifts we bring to school.
    • It takes time, habits and support to build and maintain positive relationships.

    In addition to the Restorative Practice sites, many schools are seeking to use restorative approaches to create a sense of community and repair harm.

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CONTACT RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

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    Restorative Practices Program
    Becky McCammon, Coordinator
    Office of College and Career Readiness / SPFT
    1780 West 7th Street
    Saint Paul, MN, 55102
    651-744-8020 | Cell: 612-322-4386
    email: rebecca.mccammon@spps.org