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The Montana Association of School Psychologists Welcomes You!


Registration is now live for the 39th MASP Summer Institute

Improving Executive Skills to Promote School Success

with Dr. Peg Dawson, author of Smart but Scattered 

Paper Registration is Available HERE


Looking for a new adventure for the 2019-2020 school year?

Be sure to check out the Job Openings for School Psychologist positions across the state of Montana


Congratulations to the MASP School Psychologist of the Year: Monica Martin!

Monica Martin was the 2018 School Psychologist of the year. She is a school psychologist with the Missoula Area Education Cooperative and has been serving in Montana’s school system for 12 years. Letters of recommendation were written by the Seeley Lake Superintendent,  a teacher, the Special Education Director and a secretary.
The superintendent wrote: “I have been a superintendent for 12 years and president of a SPED coopertative for 10 years and I have never seen someone as deserving of this award as Monica.”
The secretary stated:” she has taken time to help me with infinite Campus and she has donated snacks to my office snack box for students that may need them”

Congratulation to our new MASP Officers!

Jessica Carranza – President Elect

Braydon Schilling – Secretary

Kimberly Stoddard – Treasurer Elect


The complete MASP endorsed statement can be found HERE

If you are interested in showing support, you can sign as an individual at: https://curry.virginia.edu/prevent-gun-violence


MASP Secretary, Kristine Schoen, recently had the opportunity to discuss School Psychology in Montana on the School Psyched Podcast.


Mission Statement:

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.


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