The Restorative Action Program (RAP) is an initiative of the Saskatoon Rotary Clubs in partnership with Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools and Saskatoon Public Schools.
WHO WE ARE
RAP is a registered charity which operates a community-based initiative that is hosted in Saskatoon high schools and is sustained through shared responsibility of our partners and by other supportive organizations and citizens.
Youth are empowered and actively engaged in creating safe, respectful and caring communities.
We work with youth to develop and practice conflict management, relationship management, and leadership skills using an approach that focuses on prevention, intervention and reconnection.
Using the Prevention, Intervention, Reconnection (PIR) Service Delivery Model, the cycle of bullying and conflict affecting youth is transformed into opportunities for learning, growth, and change. Our strength lies not only with our P.I.R. model but also with the concept of an engaged supportive community.
Michael LeClaire, Chairperson RAP, provides an overview of the Restorative Action Program in this short, three minute video. Please take a minute to learn about how RAP has responded to a need, it's benefits and plans for expansion.
News and Events
The Annual Report is in the form of a calendar. It provides valuable information about RAP in a visually appealing manner. Please contact the Executive Director is you would like a print copy.
Looking For Resources?
The RAP Information Package is a resource for educators who would like to implement a RAP Program in their school.
SAVE THE DATE
RAP ANNUAL KICKOFF
October 20, 2017
3:30 - 5:00 pm
Tommy Douglas Collegiate
130 Bowlt Crescent, Saskatoon
The Five Year Strategic Plan was adopted by the Board and Staff in 2016. If you would like a print copy, please contact the Executive Director.
The RAP Evaluation Report was conducted by the University of Saskatchewan Centre For Behavioural Science and Justice Studies in 2016. The fifty-one page report is a very interesting read!
Bullying Bylaw Promotes Conversation
On March 19, 2016 the Star Phoenix published an article titled "More Than A Bylaw Needed To Curb Bullying: Advocates" - read more.