Administer relevant assessments as needed to provide additional data and understanding regarding a student’s response to intervention.
Consult with school system staff, families, community members, private agencies and others individually or through team meetings regarding cognitive, academic, social and behavioral performance/needs of individuals and groups of students.
Take initiative to promote a respectful environment for diverse populations, use knowledge of school environments, child development, curriculum, and instruction to improve student achievement.
Participate in Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings, following due process timelines.
Competitive pay determined by experience
Matching 401(k) Plan
Extensive medical coverage
Professional Development Reimbursement
Must have a Master’s or Doctorate Level degree in School Psychology
Must Have State License and Certification at time of appointment
Please apply below. For immediate consideration, contact Louis Nelson: