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Overview of MASP Events!

Check out the summary of this year’s events!

August – NASP Regional Leadership Meeting for Executive Council Members & New Edition of the Montana School Psychologist Fall Newsletter

September – Fall Conference in Helena & Release of Fall Feedback Survey

October – SP2SP Session: OHI & ADHD Eligibility

November – SP2SP Session with OPI Guest Speakers about Autism Eligibility & National School Psychologist Week (NSPW)

December – Release of new edition of The Montana School Psychologist Newsletter

January – SP2SP Session: Data Based Decision Making in Behavior & Executive Council Work Retreat in Pray, MT

February – NASP Annual Convention in New Orleans & NASP Regional Leadership Meeting for Executive Council Members

March – SP2SP Session: RTI in Montana

April – Enjoy Spring Break!

May – Release of new edition of The Montana School Psychologist Spring Newsletter & SP2SP Session: School Psych Tech Tools

June – Spring/Summer Feedback Survey

July – Executive Council Work Retreat in location to be determined!

Executive Council Members meet the 2nd Friday of the month to discuss updates and strategic plans. Join us!

MASP Scholarships Now Available!

Are you a graduate student training to be a school psychologist or maybe you are a current practitioner in the state of Montana? If so, MASP has scholarship opportunities for you! We have two new scholarships with applications now available!

COVID-19 Virtual Services Guidance

Comprehensive School Suicide Prevention COVID-19

Preparing for Virtual School Suicide Assessment_Checklist

Conducting a Virtual Suicide Assessment Checklist

 MASP Lifetime Achievement Award

MASP honored Joelene Goodover, a woman whose name is synonymous with service with our 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award. Joelene had a full, nearly 40 year educational career where she shared her love for the school psychology profession working in Simms, Great Falls, and with the North Central Learning Cooperative. She also had a degree in counseling and would seamlessly incorporate those skills into her daily interactions, touching many lives for the better. She was an integral member of the Crisis Response team with the Great Falls school district and as the department leader for the school psychology department. Read more about this incredible individual, here.

Former MASP Secretary, Kristine Schoen, recently had the opportunity to discuss School Psychology in Montana on the School Psyched Podcast.
Check out the video below!

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