Leading a just community, in an unjust social and, political context, is complicated. School leaders, need an array of protocols for engaging their, adult professional community in continuously, renewing and restoring norms of peace and justice, throughout the school community. This course is, for school leaders (administrators, restorative, justice coordinators, counselors, teacher leaders), wanting practical skills to generate peace, (dignity, connection, belonging, understanding and, forgiveness and bridging across significant, differences) and justice (forms of fairness) in, the adult community of school during times of, injustice, uncertainty, fear and expressions of, hate in the broader community. Students are, encouraged to register for this intensive course, with a team. This is not required but will make it, easier to bring these practices to life in your, own setting if you learn to do this work as a, team. The restorative justice practices taught in, this course focus on the adult community of the, school and are appropriate for staff meetings,, community meetings, and can be translated into, classroom practices. In this intensive three days, leaders (and their teams) will participate in, restorative justice practices and learn from, experience to design and facilitate a variety of, restorative processes that will strengthen and, continuously restore a sense of justice in their, professional community. School leaders are facing, unprecedented conditions in which to establish and, lead inclusive, supportive and welcoming school, communities. This course is for leaders and, leadership teams who want new social-justice, focused tools to heal the harms of divisive, socio-political rhetoric and action.