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Restorative Justice at Stephens Middle School

Restorative Justice (RJ) is a set of practices that support the needs of students, teachers, staff, and other stakeholders towards building and strengthening relationships for the well-being of the entire school community. One of the main RJ practices involves Community Building Circles, which foster mutual understanding and accountability among participants through dialogue and socio-emotional learning.


Restorative Justice also functions as both a proactive approach to prevent conflict as well as to respond to conflict and disciplinary matters. To address an incidence of harm, Restorative Justice uses Harm & Conflict Circle practices to ask the person who caused harm to take responsibility for her/his actions, help the harmed person to heal, and involve the community as a whole to offer support and encouragement.

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Attention 8th Grade

We are approaching the one month mark until the opening of the School of Choice application for High school. To ensure your information is up to date and correct, we ask that you log on to your ParentVue account and check that your residential address is correct. Also, we ask that you check that your student’s sixth and seventh grade semester grades and seventh grade test scores are entered. If you find missing information, please contact Mrs. McGee right away.

The deadline to make these changes is November 6, 2017.


Attention 8th Grade - High School Choice Information is Available!

We are pleased to inform you that current information for this year’s High School Choice events and are now available on our website. You will also begin receiving your packages in the mail with this information as well. Students may begin signing up for High School Shadow Days on October 11th at 5:00 pm through Parent Vue and Student Vue.


If you have not activated your Parent Vue account please do so TODAY! Activation codes will be provided today for students that do not have at least one parent activated.


If you have any questions please call Mrs. McGee at (562) 595-0841 ext 236.

Sign up for ParentVue

8th grade students and parents in order to register for High School and select School of Choice you must have at least one parent registered on Parent Vue. Registration will begin in December.

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A Site Night is a showcase where a high school welcomes prospective middle school families on to the campus. Academic and extracurricular opportunities are on display, and staff, student and parent representatives are available to share their experiences and answer questions. These are free of charge and open to any interested family.


Here are the high schools that are hosting their Site Night this week:


Tuesday, November 14, 2017 - Lakewood High School

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - McBride High School

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - Browning High School


All Site Nights this week are from 6:00pm - 8:00pm.


With the application window less than a month away, we encourage you to visit as many as you can so you are ready to choose in December.


If you have any questions or need assistance, please call the Choice Helpline at (562)997-8306.



As a District and CAAP group, we strongly believe that parents play an essential role in helping students attain success in school. We must work together as partners to make certain that all children meet high academic standards. To help make this happen, we would like to provide parents/guardians with the information, tools, and skills that will empower parents to elevate achievement in their home, school, and community.


Please see the attached flyer for the time and dates of each monthly meeting.