On October 13, 2015, I officially started my journey with Restorative Practices. This day was the first day of a two-day Restorative Discipline Readiness Training for Administrators. Fifteen minutes into the training, I knew I was bringing Restorative Practices to my campus. The reason I say it was my official start is because I was not fully sold on Restorative Practices until this day. When I first learned I would be the assistant principal over that summer, I met with the Director of Student Services. I wanted to know his vision about how we should discipline kids. During our meeting, he told me about Restorative Discipline and Boys Town. At that time, Boys Town seemed to make more sense. But I continued to do my research on Restorative Practices. The more I learned, the more it seemed to be the best fit for my campus.