Montgomery County School Psychologists' Association
Talking about coronavirus with your children can be overwhelming. Check out these NASP and MCPS resources to help.
Join us for Children's Mental Health Matters! Week
The Children's Mental Health Matters! campaign brings together non-profits, schools, and other agencies with the following goals: raising public awareness of the importance of children’s mental health and substance use, helping reduce the stigma of mental health, and connecting families, educators and providers throughout Maryland with resources to help children.
Audrey Potter 2019-20 MCSPA School Psychologist of the Year
Congratulations to Audrey Potter, the 2019-20 MCSPA School Psychologist of the Year (SPOTY)! It is an honor to recognize one of our outstanding colleagues for MCSPA School Psychologist of the Year. This psychologist demonstrates an immense dedication for working to better the lives of students and is a constant advocate on behalf of her school psychologist colleagues. To read the full SPOTY announcement, please click here.
MCSPA is now on Twitter! Follow us @ MCSPA_MCPS! We tweet information regarding public relation events, upcoming advocacy events, informative resources, and mental health self-care tips, among other topics. Feel free to share with colleagues, MCPS staff, friends, and family.
To promote and maintain the highest standards of professional practice for the provision of psychological services as set forth by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
To encourage and facilitate discussion by psychologists on matters of professional interest and help secure conditions which promote the greatest effectiveness in the practice of school psychology.
To advocate for the interests of children through school psychology as a science and profession.
To provide input to Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education, Leadership and Administration to assist children in meeting or exceeding performance and achievement standards.
To establish a liaison and encourage effective collaboration with other professions and professional agencies concerned with education and well-being of children.