Self-Care and Burnout

***Post written by Annastashia Teepe, Southeast Representative for WSPA*** As we slowly transition away from School Psychology Awareness Week and make the push toward winter break, I thought it time to consider the practice of self-care and the ethical implications of...

Homework?

***Post written by Annastashia Teepe, Southeast Representative for WSPA*** I recently sat through an IEP amendment meeting at which time a parent requested shortened homework assignments for her son. Due to the nature of the student’s nightly routines, homework is not...

Arming School Staff

***Post written by Joe Palladino, Central Representative & Legislative Chair for WSPA*** Now that the statewide and national  political season is over, I thought it time to get a little political discussion going for all  of us at the district level. As you may...

School Psychology Awareness Week

***This Post was written by Howard Wakkinen, Conference Graduate Credit Chari for WSPA*** School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW): What Are You Doing to With Your SPAW-tential? (Adapted from Sam Medeiros’ Communique article, November 2018, Volume 47, Number 3)...

Who is Aware of School Psychologists?

***Post Written by Sarah Perkins, Website Administrator, Membership Chair, and President Elect for WSPA*** In honor of School Psychology Awareness Week, I was planning on writing a post with resources for increasing awareness of and engagement with school psychology....