COVID-19 Guidance and Resources

WSASP has released its COVID-19 Closure Guidance Document.

Please submit additional questions not addressed by this document using this submission form.

Click here to access current OSPI guidance for special education. School psychologists should follow district guidance and procedures.

Click here to access the NASP COVID-19 Resource Center.

Spring Lecture Series 2020

Our 2020 Spring Lecture Series is now available for registration. See our line up of talks here and register for this amazing webinar series here

For Administrators
(Directors, Principals, Legislators)

The following links are for documents that might help you gain a better appreciation for the potential services of your school psychologists. We have included documents that might prove of assistance as you work with families and the community.

Role of School Psychologist

Special Education Laws
Certification WSASP Guidance Papers
These papers represent the recommendations to the School Psychologists of Washington based on Best Practices.  We welcome the support of administrators in encouraging our School Psychologists to follow these practice guidelines.
  • Evaluation and Identification of Students with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Evaluation and Identification of Students suspected of Specific Learning Disability 

Response to Intervention (RTI)

Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS)   
Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses (PSW)



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