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Welcome to the 82nd CASCWA State Conference:  Student Success By Design
Thursday, May 10 • 1:35pm - 2:40pm
RESTORATIVE PRACTICES ON A SHOESTRING LIMITED

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This session provides a brief overview of Restorative Practices as a component of MTSS/PBIS, including the driving forces that led RUSD to the work. It also provides a glimpse at the District’s innovative approach to implementation which includes 1) early adopter strategy, 2) partnership with LMU/LA, 3) check in meetings at implementing sites, 4) trimester check-in/skill building circles involving a gathering of all trained staff 5) resource “glam bags”, 6) specific training of district and site administrators, 7) modeling the practices at site, program, and district meetings, and 8) the strategic planning process utilized to map out the long term implementation of Restorative Practices. Participants will also experience a community circle and leave the workshop with a Restorative Practice they can utilize immediately upon return to their own sites.

Speakers
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Lanna Goffman

Child Welfare and Attendance Manager, Riverside Unified School District
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Schoene Mahmood

Riverside Unified School District
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Gary McGuire

Director of Pupil Services, River Side Unified School District



Thursday May 10, 2018 1:35pm - 2:40pm
Exhibit Hall - Room 2001 848 M St, Fresno, CA 93721, USA

Attendees (24)