Fall Conference

Registration is OPEN for this year's annual Fall Conference. We will be back at the beautiful Davenport Hotel from 10/17-10/19/19!

Archived Spring Lecture Series

You can now access previously aired Spring Lecture Series, dating back to 2014, for a discounted price! Please go here for more information.

WSASP Clock Hours

To Retrieve Clock Hours for an approved event that you attended:

  1. Confirm that you registered for, paid for, and attended a WSASP approved event by completing the digital roster
  2. You should receive an email that provides a link to an anonymous evaluation for the event. If you do not receive an email, click here to complete the evaluation (but please make sure you complete the roster first; we need a record of all attendees requesting clock hours in case you or we are audited). Once you complete the evaluation, a PDF Clock Hour form will pop up.  Complete the information about your event following the event information we provide.  Claim your clock hours based on your attendance and do not exceed the maximum hours we provide for the event.  Print, sign, and date (complete the date by the approval signature for the date you print out the form).
  3. Click here for a more detailed description of the process for claiming clock hours. 

The Clock Hour Chair maintains a list of individuals who have been awarded WSASP clock hours for a period of seven years. 

Questions about Clock Hours can be directed to Susan Ruby.


To Offer Clock Hours at Your Event:

WSASP is approved by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) to offer clock hours.  The WSASP Fall Conference, Spring Lecture Series, and Summer Secondary Summit are approved by our board each year.  If you are hosting an event and would like us to consider approving them for clock hours, please see the following requirements and directions to seek approval.  

Events must meet the following criteria based on WAC 181-85-030:

  1. Events must provide professional development relevant for school psychologists and beyond the district level, including EITHER outside speakers OR outside attendees. District level trainings that do not include either an outside speaker or outside attendees are encouraged to seek approval for district-offered clock hours (not WSASP clock hours).
  2. Clock hours cannot be provided for regular business meetings, breaks or eating times.
  3. Events must include a minimum of three hours of instruction.  
  4. Requests for approval must be completed and receive Board approval prior to the commencement of the event WAC 181-85-200

If your event meets the above criteria, please seek approval by following these directions:

  1. Access the electronic Submission for Approval. You will be redirected to another site in a new tab. 
  2. Complete the form online and submit. NOTE: You can save your form and complete it at a later time. Click "Save and Continue" and provide your email when prompted. A link will be sent to your email and will remain active for 30 days
  3. The form will be shared with the WSASP board for approval with a request to vote. The request will either be approved, not approved, or more information will be requested for board consideration. 
  4. Upon approval, the Clock Hour Chair will provide the procedures and paperwork to the requester. (This will include the Roster Form, Evaluation Form and the signed Clock Hour Form.)
  5. It is the responsibility of the individual certificate holder to keep a copy of the clock hour confirmation provided and report such to OSPI. 

Washington State Association of School Psychologists
PO Box 525
Cheney, WA 99004
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