Free Resources

This guide outlines the steps to prepare for a Restorative Mediation, Circle, or Conference to address an incident of harm at school.  

Resolve a conflict between two people that is mutual, with harm on both sides. A script can be helpful because it is important we ask everyone the same questions.

As we face a return to school, use this Community Circle to ease anxiety, affirm emotions and create a connected classroom community.

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Use this worksheet and guide to plan your next classroom circle!

Use this free script to run a virtual community circle on the impact of the Coronavirus on your students.  Create connectedness and engagement online!

Looking for some free online learning opportunities for teachers & staff?  Download this list of free videos on PBIS, Restorative Practices, and SEL.

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Presentations & Handouts

How to Integrate PBIS & Restorative Practices

Learn how to reduce educator stress and burn out by building Tier 2 interventions in schools.  Consider evidence-based PBIS strategies along with Restorative Practices for an effective response with heart!

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Positive School Tools

Bullying Response Protocol

Parent Phone Call Script

How do you call home with behavioral concerns and make an ally of the parent?  This NO BLAME parent phone call script makes it easy!

Re-Entry from Suspension Circle Script

After suspension every student should have a re-entry meeting with their family and supportive staff and community members at school.  Here is a script to navigate this tricky meeting.

Circle Guidelines

In a community circle, it is important that students follow basic expectations so that everyone feels safe. One of the most important tasks of the circle facilitator is to teach and reinforce these guidelines. The following guidelines have been gathered over time from circle keepers like you!

 

Most circles have these 5 core guidelines

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