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Positive Behavior Support

At Westchester Center for Enriched Sciences, we have adopted a progressive discipline policy that emphasizes "positive behavior support." This means that, when students behave inappropriately, we help them develop strategies to improve their behavior in the future. 

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Office Staff

Ms. Nichet Crumb: Dean

Restorative Justice

What is Restorative Justice in Schools?

Restorative Justice is a “philosophy and approach to discipline that moves away from punishment...to ensure accountability and breaks the cycle of retribution and violence” ( Alfed, 2010).

The following Principles of Restorative Justice provide the foundation of what we are implementing here at Westchester High School:

1. Acknowledge that relationships are essential to building a successful school community.

2. Build systems that address student misconduct and harm in a way that strengthens relationships and focus on the harm done rather than focusing on the rule broken.

3. Utilize Restorative Practices School-wide to manage behavior such as Community Building Circles, Restorative Conferences, Restorative Language