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Project Lead the Way, 3D design projects, 7th and 8th grade

Project Lead the Way, 3D design projects, 7th and 8th grade

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 GRADERS

Summer School Registration Website

“High School Pre-registration for Summer School 2017 is now closed.  If you did not register during the pre-registration window, April 10th to May 14th, you can still attempt to register on the first day of Summer School, June 26th.  The high schools (Cabrillo, Jordan, Lakewood, Millikan, Poly and Wilson) will open registration at 1:30pm on Monday, June 26th.  Students will be added to classes where space is still available.  If you have any additional Summer School questions, you can contact you high school Counselor.  If you are an incoming 9th grader, then please send your Summer School questions to SummerLBUSD@lbschools.net.”

 

“If you have already registered for Summer School, your Summer School schedule will be available to view after June 21st through StudentVue and ParentVue.  Schedules will also be available on the first day of Summer School.”

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