NACRJ Programs

Oct. 27, 2020 - NACRJ Online

Addressing Harm & Establishing Hope in our Educational Landscape
Parts 2 & 3

Online Event for Students, Families & Youth Service Providers

Date: Oct. 27, 2020   Time: 7:30-9:30 pm CT (8:30-10:30 pm ET, 6:30-8:30 pm MT, 5:30-7:30 pm PT)

Description: Earlier this month we postponed the second part of our series on Addressing Harm & Establishing Hope in our Educational Landscape. We are now offering a combined event Oct. 27, 2020 with Parts 2 and 3 integrated into one event. This gathering will focus on acknowledging the harms experienced by students due to the pandemic and hold space for creating repair and support for students in our current educational landscape. Combining Parts 2 and 3 allows for deeper conversation among students/young people, their families and other youth service providers regarding harms and needs during this time. Don’t miss our dynamic, young person panel and breakout circles sessions with student circle keepers holding space for attendees. Join us for a powerful, timely conversation to create healing and hope! 

Registration Deadline: Oct. 25, 2020 11:59 pm (All time zones)

Registration Fee: $10.00 (credit card only)
**Please Note: Registration for student/youth registrants is free of charge, and students/youth will be required to confirm that have obtained consent from their parents before they are able to register and attend.

To register for this event, click here.

Sept. 12, 2020 - NACRJ On-Line

Addressing Harm & Establishing Hope in our Educational Landscape
Part 1

Online Community Sharing Event

Date:  Sept. 12, 2020    Time:  11:00 am - 2 pm CT (12 pm-3 pm ET, 10am-1pm MT, 9am-12pm PT)

Description:  This gathering will focus on acknowledging the harms experienced by teachers, school staff and administrators due to the pandemic, and also hold space for creating repair and support for educators in our current educational landscape.

    • How can restorative practices support educators navigate stress within current in-person and online classrooms?
    • How can restorative practices help create supportive, inclusive, anti-racist and trauma-responsive environments for online and in-person classrooms?
    • How can restorative practices help establish more relational and accountable classrooms that support teachers and students?
    • How can restorative practices assist educators in building and rebuilding connection with each other and their students?

Join us for a powerful, timely conversation to create healing and hope! 

Registration Fee:   $10.00 (credit card only)

Registration for Part 1 - CLOSED

Note:  Registration for Part 2 on October 3 will open soon.