Restorative Practices Parent University
Building Community from Home to School
What is it?
Restorative Practices Parent University will be scheduled to provide families with essential skills that staff and students use at school that can be applied at home to support building positive relationships.
How can you sign up for this opportunity?
A flyer was sent home with your student. Please fill out the attached portion of that flyer. Have your child turn the slip to their homeroom teacher. You can also download the flyer HERE and send it in with your student. Slips will be collected and slots will be filled in the order in which they are received. You will be notified whether or not you receive a spot.
- To build a connection between home and school
- To build connections with other families/participants
- To reflect on and self-identify parenting styles
- To better understand “shame” and how to respond to family members experiencing shame
- To apply restorative practices at home
Session Schedule & Details
All sessions will be held from
4:30 PM—6:30 PM in Media Center
Session 1—February 26
Participants will develop an understanding of the context in which Restorative Practices are used, the importance of relationships, and the fundamental aim of Restorative Practices.
Session 2—March 12
Participants will learn about the Social Discipline Window and Fair Process and how these can be related to the home setting.
Session 3—March 26
Participants will develop an understanding of affect and shame, as well as how to respond to shame.
Session 4—April 9
Participants will explore the continuum of Restorative Practices and how to apply the relevant components at home.