Leading to Ensure Wellness and Supportive Roseville Area Schools (Community Conversations Part 3)
Third in a three-part series of virtual restorative circles to help our community heal and build, promote and ensure wellness and supportive schools.
About this Event
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd and widespread discussion around safety in schools, Roseville Area Schools—in partnership with the Minnesota Humanities Center and the City of Roseville—presents a series of restorative circle sessions to help our community heal and move forward with building, promoting and ensuring wellness and supportive schools.
This virtual events are free and open to the public. Members of the Roseville Area Schools community are strongly encouraged to participate—students, family members, guardians, staff and others—to ensure that we focus on unique challenges and solutions for our community.
A link to access each session will be emailed to registered participants 24 hours in advance of the session.
Leading to Ensure Wellness and Supportive Roseville Area Schools
- Wednesday, July 29, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
- The series wraps up by turning our listening and learning into action within our community.
- In breakout circles of no-more-than 20 individuals, participants will identify concrete plans and initiatives to counter cultural, systemic and individualistic racism and other forms of the metaphorical "knee."
- Sharing in large circle, harvesting ideas and action steps from smaller discussions.
For more information about Roseville Area Schools, visit https://www.isd623.org.
For more information about the Minnesota Humanities Center, visit https://mnhum.org/.
For more information about the City of Roseville, visit https://www.cityofroseville.com/.