Buffalo / Pepin County Teen Court 2017 Annual Report

Teen Court works to create a change in youth behavior, provides an opportunity for youth to restore her/his image in the community while repairing his/her relationship between themselves and the victim, facilitates the strengthening of family resiliency, and offers ways youth can gain academic and 21st century life skills for future success. Through the restorative […]

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Buffalo youth featured in 4-H State Impact Report

2016 Wisconsin 4-H Foundational Topics Report (read the entire report here) In Buffalo County, teams of youth and adults received training to teach STEM content and skills – focusing on science, engineering, art and design, and teamwork – to younger students in both afterschool and summer programs. Of the 121 participants who completed an evaluation following […]

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Buffalo/Pepin Teen Court Conducts Interviews for New Panelists

Buffalo/Pepin County Teen Court offers eligible youth an alternative to appearing in Juvenile Court. Youth offenders have an opportunity to receive a meaningful consequence from a jury of their peers while gaining an opportunity to take responsibility for their actions. Buffalo/Pepin County Teen Court serves to modify behavior of first-time offenders by combining positive peer […]

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