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FASP Administration & Supervision

FASP Administration & Supervision

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FASP Administration & Supervision

The Administration & Supervision committee performs activities to advance the caliber of the administration and supervision of school psychologists in the state of Florida.

Mary Alice Myers, FASP Administration & Supervision Chair

The Role of Student Services Personnel in Florida Schools: Creating Safe Schools through School-Based Mental Health Supports
The Florida Association of Student Services Administrators (FASSA) addresses how student services personnel contribute to safe schools by providing mental health supports to students. Representative Gayle Harrell, Chair of the Families Subcommittee, has recently requested information from superintendents regarding the mental health needs of public school students. We have a great opportunity and obligation to educate educational stakeholders and legislators on school-based mental heatlh this session.

FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SUPERVISORS/LEAD PSYCHOLOGISTS ONLY!
- To network with other supervisors -

JOIN THE FASP SUPERVISORS' LISTSERV!
http://groups.yahoo.com (the group name is "fasp-supervisors")

Note: You will need to sign up for a free yahoo ID to join. To minimize email volume, select "daily digest" or "web only" options.


RESOURCES FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY ADMINISTRATORS

  • Best Practices in the Administration and Supervision of School Psychological Services. Best Practices II, published by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), 1990, pp43-62
  • Best Practices in Planning School Psychology Delivery Programs. Best Practices III, published by NASP, 1995, pp69-79
  • Effective Supervision in School Psychology. Harvey, V. S. & Struzzerio, J., Published by NASP, 2000


A CALL FOR HELP FROM SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SUPERVISORS!

Review the Public Policy and Professional Relation's page. Gene Cash is the committee's Chair and you will find contact information if you have any questions. Many of you have access to legislators and school lobbyists so this may assist in promoting important children's' and professional issues.

I would also like to invite you to join the FASP Supervisors' listserv. This is a closed listserv (so your email box is not flooded with junk mail!). We hope you will use it to communicate with other school psychologist supervisors as you wish to consult about the many common issues we face in our roles. When you post a message, it will go out to all enrolled members of the listserv. You will potentially receive responses from various supervisors across the state. To join this free service, just go on the Internet to http://groups.yahoo.com. Under "Join a Group" type "FASP-Supervisors" and follow directions to join. You will first need to have a Yahoo ID to join the listserv. For those of you who had already joined through e-groups, there have been some changes from Yahoo so you will need to convert from e-groups to Yahoo groups by following the instructions on the Yahoo site. Please feel free to contact me for further information.