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

The Prior Written Notice

The Prior Written Notice (PWN) is your key to stay current with WSASP events and activities, connect with other psychologists in your area and across the state, and access resources to benefit your day-to-day work. WSASP is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to supporting your work as a school psychologist and promoting student growth. The PWN newsletter will be published every two weeks. 

Items that can and should be included in the PWN include:

  • Area meetings or events

  • PD opportunities (WSASP or otherwise)

  • WSASP leadership activities (i.e. meetings with OSPI, HCA, NASP)

  • Committee updates (i.e. GPR legislative updates, mental health resources)

  • Links to useful resources (WSASP, OSPI, or otherwise)

It is my hope that through this publication you will have a greater understanding of the benefits of your WSASP membership, find support and improvement for your daily work, and feel empowered to help contribute to the future of our profession in Washington State. I look forward to connecting with you throughout the year! Please feel free to contact me at with questions or items to include in future editions of the PWN.

Alexandra Franks-Thomas, NCSP
WSASP Prior Written Notice Newsletter Editor

Submit Your Announcement or Event

CLICK HERE to complete a form to include your announcement or event in an upcoming edition of PWN.


Are you a current WSASP member, but not receiving the PWN newsletter in your email? 

  1. Go to
  2. Click "Log In" on the top banner, and enter your login credentials   
  3. Once you are logged in, click "Log In" again, and click "View Profile" above the Log Out button
  4. Click on the 'Edit Profile' button and select 'Email subscriptions.' Make sure that you are subscribed to "Mass emails from administrators, such as newsletters and other important notifications."

Still having problems? Contact the editor at for support. 

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