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  • Restorative justice takes positive steps in student discipline

    Twins Katanni and Karisma Senegal, 16, of Fresno say they are back on track after getting into trouble with another teenager. Through the Community Justice Conference program they were able to get their charges cleared and are making positive steps in their lives. |

Restorative justice takes positive steps in student discipline

Twins Katanni and Karisma Senegal, 16, of Fresno say they are back on track after getting into trouble with another teenager. Through the Community Justice Conference program they were able to get their charges cleared and are making positive steps in their lives. |
Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com