|Albemarle/Charlottesville Project Staff
SS/HS Project Staff Presenting at National Conferences
The combined knowledge, experience and expertise of our staff results in
frequent invitations to present at conferences and professional meetings on
topics related to student health and safety. Recent and upcoming
Project Director June Jenkins was invited to speak at the National Safe
Schools/Healthy Student’s annual Project Directors’ Consortium on the topic of
Restorative Practices(RP) and school climate in July of this year. RP is an
evidence-based practice that our local project implements at the middle and
high school levels. Used school-wide, restorative methods can have a
transforming impact on overall school climate and the way teachers and
students approach discipline and conflict.
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|June Jenkins, SS/HS Project Director,Federal
SS/HS Director's Consortium, July 2011.
SS/HS Project Leaders presented at the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools'
Annual National Conference and the International Bullying Prevention Association
Annual Conference during 2011. Their presentations focused on the use of
evidence-based programs to address school climate and culture.
(Back row):Bob Garrity, Charlottesville City Schools Project
Leader; Carol Fox, Southern ACPS Feeder Pattern Project
Leader;. Marc Dawkins, former Western ACPS Feeder Pattern
Project Leader; (Front row): Lois Wallenhorst, Project
Coordinator; June Jenkins, Project Director; Jenna Easton,
Norther ACPS Feeder Pattern Project Leader.