The Lifetime Achievement Award acknowledges life-long efforts in the field of school psychology that embody NASP’s pillars of practice, but also contributed to the field of education for Kansas children.
The KASP "Friend of Education" Award is given to individuals or groups outside the profession
who have supported political action and advocacy on behalf of children
to improve education and mental health services for Kansas children,
youth and their families.
helps to address the need to reframe the role of Kansas school
psychologists as educational and mental health providers. The awards
serves to validate those KASP members who are practitioners who are
engaging in innovative health service delivery and working to meet the
needs of children with increasingly more diverse and challenging needs.
The purpose of the KASP Diversity Graduate Student Scholarship is to support the graduate training of promising school psychology students in the state of Kansas. Two students will be awarded $1000 per year each fall. Students are eligible to reapply for a second year of funding.