Student Code of Conduct and Restorative Justice
At WSSS, creating a respectful, inclusive community is one of our top priorities. The faculty utilizes Restorative Justice Practices to build community, address conflict, and repair harm when needed. Restorative Justice has its foundation in the community circle practice of Indigenous cultures that emphasize the expression: We are all in this together. Restorative Practices in the classroom help students develop radical listening skills, an ability to tap into and express one's own ideas and feelings, and an appreciation for differing perspectives.
For more information about Restorative Practices, Randolph Academy has graciously let us borrow their pamphlet which you can view HERE.