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Pictured from Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center is Instructor Frank Rizzo, Instructor Alyssa Kutach, and Community Liaison Randolph Goodman; pictured from Gary Job Corps are students: Austin Sayre, Cheyenne Suda-Morales, Daniel Abidde, Daniel Snell, Haylie Reed, Heather Smith, Jamyah Hereford, and Jasmine Holland. Photo submitted by Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center

CTDRC holds workshops at Gary Job Corps, Dripping Springs

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center held mediation workshops and conflict resolution classes with students and staff from Sycamore Springs Elementary, Rooster Springs Elementary and Gary Job Corps. Classes taught students non-violent means of managing anger and resolving conflict, reducing time spent on disciplinary issues by school staff, and creating a more positive learning climate within the school environment.  Special thanks to the following supporter's contributions: Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler, Hays County Commissioners Lon Shell and Walt Smith, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra, the Gloria Garza Foundation, Sarah Brandon Law Offices and Judge Beth Smith. 

For further information concerning the Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center, mediation services, mediation workshops, call 512-878-0382, CTDRC's website, email

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