School Psychological Services

School psychologists provide a full range of comprehensive services to school communities in compliance with local, state, and federal legislation. School psychologists utilize best practices to collaborate in defining and solving problems, planning and implementing programs, providing supportive consultation, and delivering direct service to students and families.

Benefits include

  • Consistency of personnel
  • Recruiting, interviewing, mentoring and supervision saves district time and expense
  • Customized and pre-service training for full- or part-time school psychologists
  • Continuous professional development specific to school psychology
  • Face-to-face support on cases and legal/professional issues
  • Individual school psychologists’ network with our large staff of school psychologists, intervention and support staff and consultants to gain information to best support school communities

School Psychologists will

  • Provide information about mental health issues of children
  • Know best practices in the field of education
  • Implement problem-solving strategies
  • Conduct assessment and evaluation
  • Understand violence prevention and participate in crisis prevention and intervention
  • Perform individual and group counseling
  • Assist in academic and behavioral interventions for school-wide, targeted group, and/or individual students [MTSS/RtI and PBIS]
  • Participate on teacher-based teams and committees
  • Collaborate to develop, provide and evaluate in-service

Consultation and Staff Development for District-Hired School Psychologists

  • Access to specialized assessment equipment and resource library materials
  • Consultation with district and building administrators regarding state and federal special education regulations
  • Quarterly professional development designed specifically for school psychologists


Chris Gilkey, PhD, Supervisor

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