Implementing restorative practices in a school community can have significant impact in student response to discipline, attendance, bullying and the overall wellness of the school community. Plans for the appropriate use of prevention, intervention, restorative justice, peer mediation, counseling, or other approaches to address student misconduct, which approaches are designed to minimize student exposure to the criminal and juvenile justice system are required by the Colorado Safe Schools Legislation. Successful implementation requires systemic buy-in, and can change the entire school culture for the better.

Click on a topic below to see an expanded list of resources. 

Check out CSI’s collection of special education resources related to Behavioral Threat Assessment Training, Functional Behavior and Behavior Intervention Plans, and CPI (under the “Social-Emotional-Behavior” and Crisis Response” sections). 


Betsy Jane Basch, Psy.D.
Mental Health Programs Coordinator

C: 303-532-7395

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