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Cancelled Restorative Practices in Schools Summer Sessions in Crystal

Sessions offered daily June 22-26 in Crystal, MN. Can’t make the Crystal sessions? Learn about sessions offered in Bemidji, MN and Cloquet, MN June 15-19.

Date: June 22, 2020

Time: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Location: Forest Elementary School, 6800 47th Ave. N., Crystal, MN 55428

Description: The Minnesota Department of Education takes seriously the precautions set-out on March 13, 2020, by Governor Walz, which is why we are cancelling our Restorative Practices in Schools Summer Sessions. Restorative practices is an indigenous approach schools can use to improve school climate and reduce discipline disparities. It focuses on building relationships and creating community in school to prevent harm, to repair relationships and to address the needs of everyone impacted by the harm. Sessions offered range from introductory level trainings to advanced level trainings. Schools are encouraged to send a team to the trainings. Individuals are welcome.

Event Type: Training

Audience: The trainings are open to anyone who works with youth, including school administrators, school board members, teachers, educational aides, school resource officers, school facilities staff members, student support staff members, out of school time staff members, youth workers, school volunteers, family members and community partners. Schools are encouraged to send a team to the trainings. Individuals are welcome.

Sponsor: Minnesota Department of Education School Climate Center

Fee: Fee varies. Review sessions and fees.

Register: Register for the Restorative Practices June 22, 2020 Summer Session. If you need assistance with registering, or prefer to register by phone, please contact us by using the phone numbers listed below.

Registration deadline: Open until sessions reach capacity.

Contact Information: Nancy Riestenberg, 651-582-8433

Contact Nancy Riestenberg at 651-582-8433 to request a reasonable accommodation to participate in this event. Please note: The Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) requires a two-week advance notice to provide accommodations and 48-hour notice to cancel the request.