HSFI Restorative Justice Youth Leaders

The aim of Restorative Practices is to develop community and to manage conflict and tensions by repairing harm and restoring relationships. As a Restorative Justice Youth Team Leader you will engage in restorative practices training and meetings, support the school community by facilitating classroom Circles and small group Circles when incidents occur. You will also have the opportunity to participate in the school's restorative justice meetings where your voice can help support with the implementation of HSFI's restorative practices procedures.


  • Attend weekly team meetings, which may occur during lunch, before, or after school.

  • Attend Mandatory summer training on June 21 with other classroom youth leaders.

  • Engage in full-day RJ trainings at least once a semester, excused from classes with the responsibility to complete missed assignments.

  • Facilitate classroom lessons and Restorative Justice Circles under the guidance of the RJ Coordinator.

  • Participate in Restorative Justice Action Team meetings on a rotating basis to contribute to the development and evaluation of RJ practices at HSFI.

RJ Youth leaders