Montgomery County School Psychologists' Association
2018-2019 School Psychologist of the Year: Jeanne McCormack
It is an honor to recognize one of our outstanding colleagues, Jeanne McCormack, for MCSPA School Psychologist of the Year. Mrs. McCormack has been practicing school psychology for the last six years with MCPS. The glowing recommendations provided by her colleagues demonstrate that she exemplifies the professional qualities of our occupation. As one colleague shared, “her teams routinely praise her wealth of knowledge and her dedication to the profession… [S]he often goes above and beyond the routine duties of her position to support the academic, social, physical, and emotional well-being of her students.” The Administrative Team and Counseling Department at Quince Orchard High School, “admire her knowledge, wisdom, decisiveness, and passion and enthusiasm she has for her work.”
In addition to supporting students, staff, and families at Quince Orchard High School and Fields Road Elementary Mrs. McCormack is a leader and pioneer in advocating for the School Psychologist profession within MCPS. During her two year tenure as co-president of Montgomery County School Psychologists’ Association (MCSPA). In 2017, she conceptualized the First Annual Mental Health Fair, which helped raise awareness regarding the innumerable ways in which MCPS School Psychologists promote the academic, social, physical, and emotional well-being of its students. Mrs. McCormack is truly an exemplary colleague and a valuable asset to Montgomery County Public Schools.
Fall 2018 Member Spotlight
We honor and congratulate Penny Drew for celebrating her 35 years of service in MCPS! To view Penny's spotlight, click here.
Spring 2018 Member Spotlight
The MCSPA Newsletter committee is proud to feature Mr. Matthew (Matt) Kamins in the Spring 2018 Spotlight for his longevity and invaluable contributions to psychologists, psychological services, students, and school teams across Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS). To view Matt’s Spotlight in its entirety, click here.