Knollwood Baptist warmly invites you to the April presentation in this series of Community Conversations.
Tuesday, April 2, 12-1 pm "Restorative Practices in the Classroom"Evidence shows that common approaches to school discipline disproportionately and unfairly affect students of color. Come join a crucial discussion of alternatives -- restorative practices in the classroom.With Valerie Glass, Founder and Director of Triad Restorative Justice, who has trained educators and community leaders in restorative practices in classrooms and community settings.And Ebony Jason, currently a 9th grade math teacher at Carver High School, with experience as a school administrator and educational leader.
Doors open at 11:30 am Feel free to bring a bagged lunchDrinks and cookies will be provided In the Dining Room, Knollwood Building B
Knollwood Baptist Church
330 Knollwood St.
Winston-Salem NC 27104
All are welcome -- please feel free to invite others and to forward this email.Mark your calendar -- our May presentation will shift to a Monday, May 6 -- same time and place.