Recent Updates

General registration for the 2017 NCSPA Fall Conference is now open!

You can register here (Make sure to register by September 21st for early bird discounts!). See below for more information.

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Recognize an Exemplary School Psychologist!

Please consider nominating an exemplary school psychologist for one of these awards! Click on the links below for more detailed information regarding eligibility requirements and criteria for each award and to nominate a school...

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2017 NCSPA Fall Conference Poster Session

Calling all proposals for the 2017 NCSPA Poster Session, to be held at the Fall Conference this October! We’re inviting all students, trainers, and practitioners to submit either a research study or innovative practice....

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School Mental Health Policy

Dear NCSPA Members, It’s with great excitement and pleasure that the State Board of Education passed the School Mental Health Policy yesterday. This is a major event since it calls for each LEA to...

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Student Services Resolution

NCSPA believes that the Student Services areas should be located together within the organizational structure of DPI.  The respective consultants should report to an Executive Director of Assistant Superintendent.  See our Resolution on Student...

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Check out the **NEW** Professional Practices Committee Page!

The Professional Practices Committee now has a new page on our website! Check out this page to find guidance for ethical and legal dilemmas and for a collection of resources providing guidance to NCSPA members...

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Support for Students and Families in WNC Affected by Wildfires

Western North Carolina is currently experiencing wide spread wildfires.  We would like to share the following resources from NASP to assist school systems in working with students and families affected by the fires: Natural...

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School Psychology Awareness Week is NOVEMBER 14th-18TH – SHARE YOUR STORIES!

Bring the important work of school psychologists to the forefront during this week by submitting stories/highlights/video clips of the “small steps” that school psychologists are taking to have an impact on students Directors of...

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NEW!! Fall Public Comment Sessions Scheduled

Educators, parents, students and other stakeholders of North Carolina’s public schools are invited to attend six public comment sessions scheduled for October across the state. Public input is being sought by NC Department of...

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Helping Children After a Natural Disaster: Information for Families and Educators

Many children and families in North Carolina are struggling to recover in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.  Please see the following from NASP for resources and suggestions on how to help: Natural disasters can be...

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