Compassionate Schools Project | Louisville Judge Sherlock Lauds Compassionate Schools Project
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Louisville Judge Sherlock Lauds Compassionate Schools Project

As chief judge of Jefferson County Family Court, Paula Sherlock sees first hand how trauma affects children. In her OP-ED to The Courier-Journal, Sherlock expressed her appreciation for the Compassionate Schools Project curriculum in Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS). “Certainly, your family court judges in Jefferson County appreciate the steps that JCPS is taking to teach children to be resilient, to be compassionate and to learn to control their emotions as they navigate through the difficult waters of their childhood,” Sherlock said.

Read the full article, “Compassion in Schools Great Step to Help Kids.”