Restorative Practices Specialists

Duncanville ISD, Restorative Practices Specialists collaborate with campus administrators, general education teachers, and staff to proactively intervene in the behavioral needs of general education students. Specialists also support Behavior Response to Intervention (RTI). 

Specialists enhance staff and students' social, emotional, behavioral, and academic achievement by introducing, training, facilitating, and coordinating Restorative Practices (RP). 

We provide targeted interventions for teachers and staff based on restorative principles that positively impact the culture and climate of campuses. Specialists focus on fidelity and intentionality to support students with severe and chronic problems that may lead to disciplinary issues or referrals. 

Through the process of restorative practices, we aim to promote social and emotional wellness, restoration, repair, and the ability to manage conflict while building and sustaining relationships.

Campuses listed in red indicate each specialist's home campus and office location.

Latoya Harring,  RESTORATIVE PRACTICES SPECIALISTS

Latoya Harring

Acton

Alexander

Hyman

Merrifield

Robert Miller, RESTORATIVE PRACTICES SPECIALISTS

Robert Miller 

Alexander

DHS/PACE

Hastings

Smith

Kenisha Moore, Restorative Practices Specialists

Kenisha Moore

Brandenburg

Central

DHS

Bilhartz

Middle Schools

Clifton Wilson,  RESTORATIVE PRACTICES SPECIALISTS

Clifton Wilson

Daniel

Fairmeadows

Hardin

Hastings

Smith

Bruce Pic

Shelia Bruce

Restorative Aide

The District shall be exempt from provisions in state law requiring that a single person serve as the campus behavior coordinator (CBC). Campus administration shall be designated to serve as the campus behavior coordinators. Each CBC shall comply with the duties and responsibilities defined in state law.