KCPS is a district where dignity is valued and upheld in all spaces
The KCPS Restorative Justice Department is committed to building a dignified, safe, and supportive community through culture-building activities and student accountability. Restorative Justice will be widely recognized in KCPS as an effective, evidence-based alternative to retributive policies and punitive school discipline, capable of reducing violence and fostering school safety. When embraced more broadly, restorative justice and restorative practices will build empathy, restore dignity, enable healing, and strengthen communities as we strive toward a just society in which all lives have equal value.
- Reginald Berry - Senior Restorative Justice Coordinator
- Sarah Eblen - Senior Restorative Justice Coordinator
- Pamela Young - Restorative Justice Coordinator, Central Middle School
- Brandon Carr - Restorative Justice Coordinator, Northeast Middle School
- Meekaaeel Jones - Restorative Justice Coordinator, Faxon Elementary
- Brian Dunlop