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Announcing:  WSPA Mini-Grants
The purpose of the Mini Grant program is to help meet the basic needs of children in Wyoming schools by purchasing items that cannot be acquired through the use of other funds (e.g., clothing, eyeglasses, book bags, school supplies) and to encourage school psychologists to enhance their own capabilities to provide mental health services within their schools. Acceptable purchases could include materials that would directly benefit student development and school performance (e.g., therapeutic video tapes/DVDs, therapeutic games, relaxation tapes, bibliotherapy books).

Announcing:  WSPA Scholarship
The Wyoming School Psychology Association offers a nonrenewable $1,000 scholarship to a graduating Wyoming high school senior who is interested in studying psychology or education.  A Wyoming school psychologist must endorse scholarship applications.
[Scholarship Application Form]

"Die when I may, I want it said of me that I plucked a weed and planted a flower where ever I thought a flower would grow."

- Abraham Lincoln

The purposes of the Wyoming School Psychology Association (WSPA) are to serve the mental health and educational needs of all children and youth. 

WSPA strives to inform the public about the services and practice of psychology in the schools. 

WSPA provides leadership in the development of effective mental health programs, guidance services and special education programs in Wyoming. 

WSPA encourages and provides opportunities for the professional growth of its members. 

Finally, WSPA promotes and adheres to the highest standards of ethics in the profession of school psychology as set forth by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Check out the technical assistance documents on Emotional and Specific Learning Disabilities determinations on the Downloads page!

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