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Welcome to the Kansas Association of School Psychologists!

Learn more about our history, how to become a member, great resources, and upcoming events.

Our Vision

KASP envisions that children and youth are empowered to succeed in their lifelong journey.

Our Mission

KASP exists to advocate for the psychological and educational well being of Kansas children, while serving the needs of the membership and promoting school psychology as a profession.

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Call for Presentations!!!

What: Kansas Association of School Psychologists Fall Convention

“Neurological Impacts of Trauma:  Research and Building Resiliency in the Schools”

Where:  Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Lawrence, Lawrence, Kansas

 When: October 5th and 6th, 2017

Convention Schedule.pdf

Thursday schedule chart.pdf

Featured Speaker: Dr. Bernard Franklin

Dr. Franklin will present an all day session Friday, October 6th.

Breakout Sessions will take place on Thursday, October 5th. If you are interested in presenting at this convention please complete the Call for Presentations Form and send it to Heidi DuBois. Her email address is on the form. Proposals are due by June 30!

Call for Presentations Proposal

KASP is a NASP approved provider of CPDs. APS # 1030

NASP Practice Model

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has set standards for the provision of school psychological services for over 30 years. Despite this long-standing guidance to states and local school districts, school psychologists' roles and practice vary significantly across the country. In March 2010, NASP approved a formal model of practice designed to improve the consistent implementation of school psychological services to help ensure their maximum effectiveness, efficiency, and quality in schools nationwide.

Kansas School Psychologist Evaluation Protocol (KSPEP)

The purpose of this evaluation protocol is to provide a framework for input by supervisors and other personnel through a description of key roles and responsibilities of school psychologists. This protocol would also assist school administrators' recognition of effective school psychology practice and support ongoing professional development for their school psychology staff. Alignment of evaluation standards with the NASP Practice Model (2010), affords consistency of practice, defines contemporary school psychology, and promotes the delivery of broad based school psychological services to children, families, and schools.

For additional information or to download the KSPEP, Click Here.
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