Recent Updates

NCSPA Advocacy Challenge!

Here are specific advocacy actions that School Psychologists across NC have bravely done and now NCSPA needs you to be involved to push our advocacy even more as the NC General Assembly short session...

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Nominate your colleges for NCSPA Practitioner of the Year and the NCSPA Innovative Practices Award

Please consider taking a few minutes to nominate and recognize your fellow NCSPA members for their dedication and commitment to the field of School Psychology! To nominate a school psychologist please click on the...

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Casting the Net Recognizing and Planning for the Needs of Students with Brain Injuries

Dear South Piedmont NCSPA Members, Please join us on April 18, 2018, as we explore the definition of traumatic brain injury (TBI), signs/symptoms or clues that a TBI may have occurred, the sequelae of...

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS!

We cordially invite you to be a presenter at the 2018 NCSPA FALL CONFERENCE: “School Psychologists: Systems Level Change Agents” WHEN Sunday, October 14, 2018 – Tuesday, October 16, 2018 WHERE Hilton Charlotte University...

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School Safety Update

Our board has been hard at work with state and local advocacy efforts in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida that has brought school safety and mental health to the forefront...

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NC Policy Watch: The Troubling Shortage of School Psychologists

Please see the link below for a radio commentary on the shortage of school psychologists in North Carolina by Rob Schofield, director of NC Policy Watch: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2018/03/14/the-troubling-shortage-of-school-psychologists/

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Interview segment with Jim Deni on school safety for Public School Forum of North Carolina.

Dr. Deni taped an interview segment on school safety for Public School Forum of North Carolina.  The episode airs this weekend. The program first airs on WRAL-TV on Saturday night at 7:30 PM. Then FOX 50 at 8:00 AM on Sunday and...

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NCSPA authored article on the NC Child Blog about School Psychology Shortages in NC

North Carolina’s School Psychologist Shortage Leaves Many Students Without Mental Health Resources By the North Carolina School Psychology Association (NCSPA) Matthew was struggling to keep up with his 2nd grade classmates in reading, was sleeping...

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NASP Adopts Resolution Supporting Efforts to Prevent Gun Violence

Bethesda, MD—As part of the National Association of School Psychologists’ (NASP) commitment to ensure all children’s safety, well-being, and ability to thrive in school, at home, and throughout life, NASP has adopted the “Resolution...

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Governor’s Proclamation!

It’s official! NCSPA has worked with Governor Cooper to get the following proclamation for School Psychology Awareness Week 2017! Download as a PDF here: SPAW.Governor’s Proclamation.2017

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