Our Poor Neighbors, Our Poor Kids

***Post submitted by Bob Bayuk, Northwest Representative for WSPA*** The some of the following information was gathered from the APA Deep Poverty Initiative. Falling Below the Poverty Line Deep poverty is defined as a state in which an individual household’s annual...

Summer Reading

***Post written by Rachel Roberts, GPR Representative for WSPA*** Happy Summer Everyone! As much as the summer months are about recovering, relaxing, and resting, for me, it is also about preparing for the approaching school year.  I am making calendars, updating...

Summer Professional Development Ideas

Summer is here and we all get some much needed time to relax and recharge!  The summer allows us time to take advantage of all the things that beautiful Wyoming has to offer.  It also can allow us some time to participate in professional development without the stress...

Letter of Thanks

***Post written by Don Rentz, Scholarship Chair for WSPA*** The end of the school certainly brings a lot of anticipation of the summer’s activities planned ahead. But it also causes some reflection of work accomplished.The following letter was posted on Facebook...

The Persistent School Psychologist

***Post written by Eldon Clifford, President of WSPA*** ***This post can also be found in the “About Us” section of the website, as the president’s letter*** “Are you sure you can handle this?” The other Dr. Clifford asked right before she closed her...