National School Psychology Week 2020

November 9-13, 2020 is National School Psychology Week (NSPW). The theme for this year’s National School Psychology Week, Power of Possibility aims to inspire all members of the school community to find their own strengths and positive attributes. Focusing on possibilities to help lead us to our goals, our interests, and our positive growth is more important than ever. School psychologists across Illinois continue to work to make a positive, lasting difference in all children’s lives, despite the challenges our school communities have faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, racial and social justice issues, and more.

National School Psychology Week is part of an ongoing effort to improve collaboration and foster the common elements of a thriving school community. Please check out the resources from NASP and help show your school community the Power of Possibility. Spread the message of why you are important online with the hashtag #SPAW2020.

National School Psychology Week Resources

Racial and Social Justice

Communities across Illinois, the nation, and the world are gripped with unrest in response to the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and countless other victims of police brutality and unjust practices.  Our professional commitment to justice, equity, and the potential of every child is needed now more than ever.

ISPA Social & Racial Justice Town Hall
Racial and Social Justice Resources

COVID-19 Resources

We recognize that the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) presents challenges for public health to stop the spread of the respiratory illness. We will continue to update our resources to provide information for the return to learning in the fall. Please review out new resource COVID-19 Evaluation Considerations for School Psychologists.

COVID-19 Resources