By being responsive to children’s social and emotional needs, we set up students for academic success as well as help create peaceful, just learning environments. Under the umbrella of Restorative Practices, Peace Learning Center is supporting schools to do just that. Through our One Indy initiative, Peace Learning
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ONE INDY FAMILY PROGRAMS And 7 Things You Should Always Say to Family Today, right now - all families face challenges that can and do put terrific strains on establishing and maintaining harmony and peace. That is why we decided to offer PLC multi-family workshops throughout the year at each
Thanks to our partnership with the Indianapolis Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, we had excellent media coverage of our presentation Tuesday, February 10th at the Regional Operations Center. OneIndy targets 9 elementary schools and 6 high schools in the six focus neighborhoods identified by DPS
INDY BAR FOUNDATION SUPPORTS RESTORATIVE PRACTICES We are very excited about the impact we'll be able to have in schools this year, thanks to the Indianapolis Bar Foundation! PLC was recently awarded a $35,000 Impact Fund grant to implement two restorative practices as effective alternatives to suspensions and expulsions at
IPS 56 photo by Maureen Gilmer, Indy Star IPS students learn how to raise their kindness quotient Indianapolis Star, Sept. 14 by Maureen C. Gilmer Click here to read the article. Peace Learning Center in Eagle Creek Park teaches lessons in conflict resolution, compassion, and anti-bullying. It isn't very
Peace Learning Center's One Indy Project Receives Innovation Grant Award Earlier today, Peace Learning Center was honored to meet the Our City, Our Children committee members from the Indy Star who selected our One Indy project to receive a $25,000 innovation grant award. We are so grateful for
Single moms and Indianapolis crime: 'The streets raised him' by Kristine Guerra, email@example.com 9:36 a.m. EDT October 24, 2014 We're so proud of Levia and Jalen Heffner who were featured in today's IndyStar, for their strength and courage to make positive changes in their lives! "Heffner also credits the Peace
Here's an easy, free, and fun way to support local youth who are making a difference in our community: Just click on the link below for a free ticket to this weekend's (10/4 & 10/5) Sports & Fitness Show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. If at least 200 people attend
Crafting for a Cause at the PLC! Volunteers from Roundpeg and ExactTarget Marketing will be joining us this Thursday, 10/2, for Indy Do Day to make beautiful upcycled paper flowers. #PEACEFLOWERS The flowers will be sold by our Peace Crew students at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School to raise
Flowers for Peace Indy DO Day: Thursday, October 2, 2014, 10 am Peace Learning Center’s Peace Crew is a group of high school students who have spent the past year volunteering every Friday at local elementary schools teaching their elementary peers about peace, conflict resolution, and the importance of graduating.