All students in Nevada have equal access to quality learning, behavior and mental health supports in order to feel physically and psychologically safe and allow them to gain the skills needed to thrive in school, home, and life.
The Nevada Association of School Psychologists embodies a unified community that advances opportunities for School Psychologists across the state.
NVASP adheres to the NASP core values and promotes the NASP key initiatives
School Safety - NVASP provides leadership on school safety, including the psychological and physical well-being of students and staff.
Continuous Improvement – NVASP provides opportunities for professional learning and encourages members to improve their practices
Outreach – NVASP educates community stakeholders on who we are, what we do, and evidence-based practices
Advocacy – NVASP advocates for school psychologists across various organizational levels in the state
Diversity – NVASP understands and honors individual, cultural, and other contextual differences in our own interactions and as they shape student’s development
Social Justice – NVASP ensures equal opportunity and diversity in the field of school psychology and within the populations we serve
Well-Being– NVASP encourages school psychologists to practice self-care and utilize mental health resources if needed
Community – NVASP assists in building and sustaining relationships between School Psychologists
Leadership – NVASP fosters opportunities for leadership in order to maintain and grow the association
Our next open meeting will take place at Alamo Elementary School in Las Vegas, NV.
All members are welcome to attend open meetings:
August 16, 2018
(future open meetings dates will be posted soon)
To participate via video or telephone conference, contact Andrea Walsh.