Welcome to Palm Beach Association of School Psychologists

Welcome to Palm Beach Association of School Psychologists

The PBASP membership seeks to include the entire profession of school psychology, from the first year graduate student to the experienced practitioner. Although most members are working with students in schools, PBASP welcomes membership from individuals engaged in the training of school psychologists, school psychologists working as administrators or supervisors, and thos associated with a(…)

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PBASP Luncheon May 31, 2013

PBASP Luncheon May 31, 2013

What a wonderful Luncheon!!! Congratulations to Joanne King, Margo Bash and Denise Porto! Best Wishes on your new journey! Congratulations to Kevin McCormick as the 2013 recipient  of the PBASP Outstanding Administrator of the Year Award!! Congratulations to Kim Berryhill as the 2013 recipient of the Petway Award!!      

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PBASP Membership Application 2012-13

PBASP Membership Application 2012-13

new PBASP membership application 2012-13   Download the above Word Document Form fill out  completely and send along with your check payable to ” Palm Beach Association of School Psychologists” Palm Beach County employees can return the membership form to: Kim Berryhill, School Psychologist Grove Park Elementary School 8330 N. Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens,(…)

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School Psychology Awareness Week November 14-18, 2011

School Psychology Awareness Week November 14-18, 2011

The Superintendent of the Palm Beach County School District has declared November 14-18 as School Psychology Awareness Week in Palm Beach County. The proclamation was announced at a recent School Board meeting in October. Lead School Psychologist for the District were on hand to receive the proclamation for staff. From left to right: Dr. Kathi(…)

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PBASP President Speaks to PBCSD School Board

PBASP President Speaks to PBCSD School Board

President Dave Ramos of the Palm Beach Association of School Psychologists (PBASP) spoke to the Palm Beach County School Board on April  20th this year concerning the important roles of school psychologist in assisting all children to learn within the District. Vodcast here: His full text is here: “Superintendent Malone and Ladies and Gentlemen of(…)

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A Conversation With Dr. Phil Lazarus NASP 2011

A Conversation With Dr. Phil Lazarus NASP 2011

Everyone, I interviewed Dr. Phil Lazarus, current President Elect of  NASP, at the NASP  Annual conference this year. This is the second in a series of “Conversations With…” that I bloged from the NASP conference. We  spoke about next year’s  NASP  conference and on going professional development  for school psychologists. Dr. Lazarus indicated that NASP (…)

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A Conversation With Dr. Gene Cash NASP 2011

A Conversation With Dr. Gene Cash NASP 2011

Everyone, I sat down with Dr. Gene Cash, Past President of NASP , at the annual NASP conference in San Francesco  today and we spoke about  “Total Education” or Time on Task Advances Learning”. The interview reviewed the concept of year long schools and how to maximize leaning in the US and the role of(…)

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NASP 2011

NASP 2011

Everyone, Started the day meeting Dr. Gene Cash Past President NASP. I will be interviewing him on Thursday morning . The topic will be the direction of education (school psychology) going forward in light of all the reforms going on in the news (budget cutbacks etc). Also, I will meeting with Bill Donaldson from FASP(…)

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NASP 2011 Blogging From the Annual Conference

NASP 2011 Blogging From the Annual Conference

Everyone, I will be “Blogging” from the NASP Annual Conference this year and posting on the PBASP web site updated school psychology information from the NASP annual conference as it relates to Florida. My hope is to meet as many Florida Delegates of NASP and get their input on how RtI is moving along in Florida. This(…)

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