Restorative Justice

The goal of restorative discipline is to work with students, the victims and the accused, to come to a solution rather than simply handing down punishment. Restorative discipline seeks to fix the problem, impose a fair consequence, foster understanding, and adjust student behavior. Restorative discipline is a whole school, relational approach to building school climate and addressing student behavior that fosters belonging over exclusion, social engagement over control, and meaningful accountability over punishment. Its practices replace fear, uncertainty, and punishment as motivators with belonging, connectedness, and the willingness to change because people matter to each other. (Dr. Marilyn Armour)

STOPit Parent/ Guardian Letter


PUSD District Codes for

Threat Assessment Learning

Students: sc27yr

Parents: pu42pa

Staff: tcsmb7r