Upcoming events

Vision & Mission:  The Wisconsin School Psychologists Association facilitates and supports effective practices in Wisconsin schools that allow school psychologists to deliver the highest quality mental health and educational services to best meet the needs of all our students.

      WSPA Social Justice is excited to announce the start of our monthly series-- Race Brunch.

   Join us and put your desire for a racially just world into personal action.  Sign up here!

      Angie and Brooke, Co-Chairs WSPA Racial Justice 

Important Information: Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program Overhaul!

There are a variety of new and exciting updates to support student borrowers.  More information is available at the links below.

NASP Frequently Asked Questions Page

Fact Page from Department of Education

Fact Page from Federal Student Aid

To read the WSPA President Tonya Klem's message
Click this Link:  WSPA President's Message


To read past president Rene Staskal's message on

Violence and School Climate

Click this Link: School Climate 

A new WSPA Winter 2021 Sentinel Newsletter is now available on-line for members.  Click on Resources under "About Us", then choose WSPA Sentinel.

For Members, Click This Link:   WSPA Sentinel Newsletter


The Wisconsin School Psychologist Association (WSPA) Executive Board along with school psychologists across Wisconsin are committed to standing with BIPOC of our communities; we strive to be anti-racist and to lead social justice work in our schools and our communities.  The WSPA Executive Board has endorsed the NASP Call to End Racism and Violence Against People of Color.  We ask that you review this Call to Action and determine what your personal action steps will be.  Link:  NASP Call to Action 


WSPA Response to Extended School Closure and Evaluation Timelines due to COVID-19
The WSPA Executive Board voted on May 18, 2020 to endorse the following guidance for School Psychologists: LINK


Clink this link for: NASP CPD Supports During the COVID-19 Health Crisis

Position on

Child Migrant Separations

The Wisconsin School Psychologist Association endorses the position that child migration separations at the southern border of the United States must cease and that separated families must be reunited expeditiously in order to minimize the risk of trauma reactions among vulnerable children.

The rationale for the position is adopted from the position paper authored by the National Association of School Psychologist Association and other colleague organizations found here http://www.nasponline.org/about-school-psychology/media-room/press-releases/nasp-calls-for-end-to-policy-separating-families-at-the-border

To Donate to the Children's Fund, Minority Scholarship, or the Elizabeth Lindley Woods Scholarship,

use this link:  Donate

 Job listings at this Link:  School Psychology Jobs


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If you have any questions, suggestions, photos or resources, please contact our President Tonya Klem at  WSPAPresident@gmail.com 

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WSPA is pleased to support the school psychologists in our ever changing role in the State of Wisconsin.  Please join us as we work to benefit the children we serve.

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