The Montana Association of School Psychologists Welcomes You!
November 9-13, 2015 is
National School Psychology Awareness Week
Helping Children Thrive • In School • At Home • In Life
Thank you to everyone who attended the Fall 2015 Conference in Bozeman and contributed to its success.
To promote the educational and mental health of all children and youth
and promote the interest of and to advance the profession of school psychology.
MASP General Business Update:
The second reading for proposed amendments to the MASP Constitution and changes to the MASP Operations Manual was completed at the 2015 Fall Conference on October 16, 2015. After the second reading, the proposed amendments and changes were approved by a majority vote.
Final drafts will be made available shortly.
(Highlighted sections are proposed changes and strikeouts are proposed removals.)
If you have any comments or suggestions regarding these changes please email MASP at firstname.lastname@example.org
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