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Welcome to the 82nd CASCWA State Conference:  Student Success By Design
Thursday, May 10 • 10:30am - 11:35am
YOUTH COURT, A STUDENT LED RESTORATIVE DISCIPLINE PRACTICE LIMITED

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We will be going through a practical approach to implementing a student-led restorative discipline practice known as Youth Court. Peer court, also known as youth or teen court, is an alternative approach to the traditional juvenile justice and educational discipline system. A youth charged with an offense has the opportunity to forgo the hearing and sentencing procedures of youth court and agrees to a sentencing forum with a jury of the youth's peers. Youth Court additionally works to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline by providing appropriate (and restorative) alternative consequences for negative behavior.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Cardoso

Steve Cardoso

Teacher, Patterson Unified School District
I graduated with my Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Sac State and was awarded the NASPE Major of the Year Award. I have been a physical education teacher at Creekside Middle School in Patterson, CA for 15 years, where I serve as PE department chair and district lead... Read More →
avatar for Audra Casanova

Audra Casanova

ELA/ELD Teacher & WEB Coordinator, Creekside Middle School



Thursday May 10, 2018 10:30am - 11:35am
Exhibit Hall - Room 2003 848 M St, Fresno, CA 93721, USA

Attendees (15)