SUSD Live – Restorative Justice

Child Welfare & Attendance Director Dee Alimbini is telling trustees about the district’s Restorative Justice program, which is a sort of peer court for students who get in trouble.

She gave an example of a Chavez High student who threw an orange at lunch and hit someone. That student, instead of being in detention or suspended, went to Restorative Justice, got some peer counseling and did some campus cleanup.

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