Junker works with administrators, teachers and students to implement schoolwide restorative practices, including conflict resolution, suspension diversion and community-building circles. These restorative practices are used within the Menlo Park City School District to "maintain healthy, conflict-free relationships or work towards creating the balanced, positive relationship you desire with your children," according to the school district's website.
Junker will teach parents how to use these same methods at home with their children.
The talk is part of the district's Parent Education Speaker Series. It takes place at 6:30 p.m. in Hillview's Performing Arts Center, 1100 Elder Ave. in Menlo Park. There will be free child care, including dinner, for potty-trained children.
For more information, go to mpcsdspeakerseries.com.
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