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Beverly Manigo – Building a Restorative School Community

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  • April 30, 2019
    8:30 am - 3:15 pm

Illinois Administrators Academy #1778

Beverly Manigo served as an elementary and middle school principal in the Baltimore City Schools System, where she also served as the coordinator of all K-8 Charter Schools. Prior to these assignments, Mrs. Manigo was the founding principal of an elementary alternative school in Richland School District Two in Columbia, SC. Mrs. Manigo has faithfully served principals and teachers, training and supporting them in creating school environments that are conducive to effective teaching and learning. She is an international trainer and consultant, a certified teacher, principal and superintendent by the state of South Carolina. Mrs. Manigo is a retired Master
Sergeant from the United States Army and served this country for 22 years as an Administrator.

Building Relationships… Resolving Conflicts
The aim of restorative practice is to develop community and to manage conflict and tensions by repairing harm and building relationships. School discipline is at a crossroad. Most researchers have concluded that years of punitive discipline measures have produced harmful consequences for students. Restorative practice is a strategy that seeks to repair relationships that have been damaged, including those damaged through bullying. It does this
by bringing about a sense of remorse and restorative action on the part of the offender and forgiveness by the victim. A restorative school community is one who welcomes children into a safe, trusting, and nurturing environment.

This workshop will include how to:

      • Establish a Restorative Discipline School Community
      • Describe Components of Effective Behavioral Interventions
      • Establish Schoolwide Restorative Discipline Policy
      • Implement Restorative Practices and In-School Suspension System
      • Evaluate Professional Development Issues for Staff
      • Sustainability and Continuous Improvement
  • The day will include discussion around:
    • Foundations of Restorative Practices
    • Key Characteristics of a Restorative School
    • Importance of School Climate
    • Restorative Practices as Prevention and Intervention
    • Restorative School Discipline Planning Steps
    • Being Specific with School-Wide Behavioral Expectations
    • Developing your School’s Behavior ExpectationsRegistration and Continental Breakfast 8:00am-8:30amLunch provided

     

Venue:  

Address:
550 Shriners Drive, Addison, Illinois, 60101, United States