WSPA Employment Fair 2018
LINK to Registration
(updated January 29, 2018)
Districts attending the WSPA Employment Fair were invited to provide their contact information and a brief description of their district. Information will be updated as it becomes available.
Appleton Area School District (www.aasd.k12.wi.us)
Alex Baierl (EMAIL)
The Appleton Area School District is in the heart of the Fox Valley, 30 miles south of Green Bay. The Student Services Department mission is to graduate responsible, informed, and independent students fully prepared to meet the challenges they seek after high school based on their individual strengths, abilities, and interests. Our student service team consists of multiple school psychologists, social workers, program support teachers, nurses, and counselors. We are dedicated to providing a standards based guaranteed and viable curriculum, effective instructional practices, and safe, healthy and welcoming school environments. Our strong professional development program offers a new educator series designed to support new staff.
CESA #5 (www.cesa5.org)
Rebecca Johnson (EMAIL) & Ann Marie Markon
Various Special Education positions in the CESA 5 region. CESA 5 is committed to providing an environment committed to professional growth with a competitive salary and benefits package.
CESA #10 (www.cesa10.k12.wi.us)
Sarah James (EMAIL) & Dan Weast
ESA 10 is an educational agency serving 29 school districts in West Central Wisconsin,. We are a team of professionals dedicated to providing high quality services to school districts throughout northwestern Wisconsin. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. Professional development is supported by administration. Mentorship is provided for interns. Come meet us!!
CESA #12 (www.cesa12.org)
Jen Ludin (EMAIL) & Christina Berens
CESA 12 is looking for school psychologists to fill a variety of roles. Itinerant and single-district options are available, including work on a district-wide diagnostic team that a district hopes to implement for the 2018-19 school year. Desired candidates will be skilled in testing and identifying disability and serving on RtI teams, and are interested in serving our diverse and unique districts in far northern Wisconsin.
Cudahy School District (http://www.cudahy.k12.wi.us/)
Jennifer Shohoney (EMAIL) & Dr. James Heiden
Cudahy is a suburb of Milwaukee close to the lake filled with tradition and character. Work full time with an energetic experienced Student Services Team devoted to making all students feel that they belong. The district focuses on Mindfulness, Cultural Responsiveness and Trauma Informed Care. We have one high school, one middle school and five elementary schools.
Eau Claire School District (www.ecasd.us)
Eau Claire Area School District employees are eligible for the following benefits: (1) New Teacher Orientation and Academy, (2) Employee Achievement Program, (3) Mentor Program, (4) No Cost Near Site Employee Clinic, (5) Medical, Dental, Life insurance, WRS Retirement and District Retirement benefits, (6) Paid sick and personal days, and (7) Multiple professional development days built into the school calendar.
Edgerton School District (www.edgerton.k12.wi.us)
Lori Van Himbergen (EMAIL), Clark Bretthauer, & Drew Wellman
The Edgerton School District is a medium sized district of about 1850 students PreK - 12+ in south central Wisconsin, located conveniently between Madison and Janesville. The role of the School Psychologist in the district is rooted in their involvement in the district's Multi-tiered System of Supports for students in the areas of academic, behavioral and emotional achievement. The School Psychologist is supported through several broader building and district level pupil services teams. Our School Psychologists work closely with staff teams to analyze data at the district, building, classroom and student levels in order to devise intervention and curricular programs to support students in their learning. They also have the opportunity to work with students individually or in small groups to support students' learning and achievement. Given the District's recently adopted Strategic Plan that is built upon five pillars of excellence, two of which include Teaching, Learning & Instruction and Student' Social & Emotional Well - Being, the role of the School Psychologist is highly valued and we look forward to sharing more about the district with prospective candidates.
Green Bay Area Public School District (www.gbaps.org)
Julie Harris (EMAIL)
Located in Northeast Wisconsin, serving more than 21,000 students, the Green Bay Area Public School District (GBAPS) is the fourth largest school district in the state. Our district is rich in diversity and traditions, and provides a variety of programming to meet the needs of all students. The Green Bay Public School District is seeking School Psychologists to serve as Building Level School Psychologists. The focus of the work pertains to closing reading gaps through our Reading Drives Achievement model and assisting with the implementation of positive behavioral interventions for students with disabilities along with supporting progress monitoring and data analysis in Tier 3. Schools Psychologists focus on creating positive learning environments so students are not only college, career, and community ready, but also have strong social-emotional skills to handle everyday situations. School Psychologists possess a wide range of skills and the model in at GBAPS allows for School Psychologists to specialize in their area of interest. We offer a competitive salary schedule and benefit package and encourage interested candidate to visit our booth for more information.
Hiawatha Valley Education District (MN) (www.hved.org)
Sarah Huerta (EMAIL) & Scott Moline
Hiawatha Valley Education District is seeking two (2) talented, motivated School Psychologist positions. The vacant positions consist of the Chatfield School District and the Wabasha-Kellogg School District, both district located within the Education District. The Chatfield School District position is a .9 FTE to 1.0 FTE with 185 days per full-time contract year. The Wabasha-Kellogg School District position is a .6 FTE to 1.0 FTE with 185 days per full-time contract year. COMPETENCIES: (1) Must display competencies in school psychological testing and assessment and possess knowledge of academic and behavioral interventions. (2) Must demonstrate the ability to coordinate special education/section 504 services and comply with special education/section 504 rules and due process requirements. (3) Must be able to work in team decision-making situations. (4) Must possess counseling and consulting skills. (4) Must demonstrate knowledge of Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) (RtI/PBIS) and various evidence-based practices. For detailed position responsibilities and the Education District culture and information, please visit https://www.hved.org/.
Madison Metropolitan School District (https://www.madison.k12.wi.us/)
Isabel Simonetti (EMAIL) & Nick Pinzke
The Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. We are focused on becoming a model urban school district that serves our children and families better than ever before. Our strategy as a district is captured in our strategic framework (https://www.madison.k12.wi.us/framework), which was developed with input from staff, students, parents and the community. We have made exciting progress as a district and to continue moving forward, we believe we must stay incredibly focused, keep schools at the center and strive for a culture of excellence and equity for all students and educators. ABOUT THE DISTRICT: MMSD is the second largest school system in Wisconsin and has a student population of approximately 27,000 students in 32 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 4 comprehensive high schools, 2 alternative secondary schools and several alternative programs. The District has a 56% minority student population.
Marathon County Special Education (http://www.mcspecialeducation.com/) Cancelled Danny Powers (EMAIL) & Kristin Jacobson Marathon County Special Education provides comprehensive special education services to six rural school districts with total populations ranging only from 500-700 students. Each district has a full time school psychologist who functions in a leadership capacity overseeing all aspects of special education. While typical school psychologist duties are part of the role and function in this position, the small district size allows for school psychologists to pursue other areas of interest such as RtI, counseling, mental health, etc.
Milwaukee Public Schools (http://mps.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/en/home.htm)
Milwaukee Public Schools is seeking highly qualified school psychologists to work within a diverse, urban setting. MPS school psychologists are actively engaged in tiered supports to students as well as integral members of IEP teams. MPS school psychologists are valued members of their school communities and make positive contributions to student behavior and achievement within the district. Our department of 150 school psychologists offers much support through professional development, full time mentors, and two supervisors who are also school psychologists.
Neenah Joint School District (www.neenah.k12.wi.us)
Tim Gantz (EMAIL)
The Neenah Joint School District, located in the Fox Valley area of Northeastern Wisconsin, is the 24th largest district in the state with approximately 6,500 students pre-K thru 12. We share a border with Appleton, WI, the largest city in the Fox Valley area. This area is also one of only two locations in Wisconsin to make the USA Today's list of the 50 most livable places in the USA (published 10/13/2017). We have a competitive salary and benefits package. We have a School Psychology department of 6 full-time staff with a Director of Pupil Services supervisor who is also a school psychologist by training. We are big enough to have strong collegial relationships as a school psychology department, yet small enough to have a very meaningful impact on students, staff, and the district as a whole. Our school psychologists are integral leaders in our schools and our Learning Support Teams. They are also district-level leaders as we continue to expand our capacity to use data to better inform our practices when it comes to academic and social/behavioral learning for our students. We are also one of the only districts to have a Clinical Psychologist on staff as our Mental Health Coordinator. Through that leadership, we now have clinic-based mental health services available in all of our 5K-12 schools. Why wouldn't you want to live and work here?! The position is posted at: https://wecan.education.wisc.edu. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Director of Pupil Services at: email@example.com or 920-751-6800 x10130.
Oconomowoc Area School District (http://www.oasd.org)
Lisa Dawes (EMAIL) & Heather Olwig
The Oconomowoc Area School District (OASD) offers a rigorous curriculum, award-winning programs, nationally certified staff, and opportunities for all students to reach their highest potential. Our caring, dedicated teachers and highly trained staff are devoted to providing all children with the personalized learning experiences needed to succeed in a changing global work environment. The OASD is committed to supporting teachers through the challenges their job presents. As a new teacher, you will be welcomed into our professional community and trained extensively in the curriculum resources we utilize to ensure academic success. In addition, you will be introduced to the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as well as instructional resources to help launch your initial work within this framework. We believe that in order to ensure student achievement and success and to fulfill our mission, we must attract and retain the highest quality staff. As a result, we created a competitive compensation program for certified staff. This new strategic compensation model provides an opportunity for individual career growth, driven by the employee, and infused with multiple opportunities for continuous learning and growth. To learn more about the OASD is empowering a community of learners and leaders, visit www.oasd.org.
Racine Unified School District
Sara DeLonay (EMAIL)
School District of Crandon (http://www.crandon.k12.wi.us)
Theodore Kryder (EMAIL) & Edward Then
North woods beauty, progressive leadership, involved community, and diverse population working with the mission of the School District of Crandon is to challenge and inspire children in a student centered environment that cultivates character, fosters academic excellence, and embraces diversity through the collaborative efforts of staff, parents, and community.
School District of South Milwaukee (www.sdsm.k12.wi.us)
Thomas Vogel (EMAIL)
The School District of South Milwaukee has an opening for a full-time School Psychologist available for the 2018-2019 school year. South Milwaukee is a district of character, focusing on respect, responsibility, honesty, perseverance and kindness. If you can answer “yes” to the four questions below and have the required certification, you are exactly the type of educator we want! 1. Do you have a passion for education? Do you love being with kids, are a relationship builder, engage students and staff, and are always enthusiastic with students and colleagues? 2. Do you have an intense focus on student learning? Are you an advocate for all students, believe in the positive value of diversity and appropriately use data to drive your student learning focus? 3. Are you a life long learner? Are you always looking for ways to improve, have a love of learning and enjoy being reflective of your professional practice? 4. Do you have a positive and professional attitude? Are you honest, trustworthy, kind, motivated and a person of integrity? The School District of South Milwaukee is comprised of 4 elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school serving approximately 3,200 students. We are the first district in Southeastern Wisconsin to earn districtwide accreditation from AdvancED and were recently one of four school districts nationwide honored as a 2017 “National District of Character” by the Character.org . South Milwaukee is adjacent to metropolitan areas abundant with rich cultural opportunities, Milwaukee County’s Grant Park, and beautiful Lake Michigan.
School District of Reedsburg (www.rsd.k12.wi.us)
Jeff Bindl (EMAIL) & Holly Dyess-Tonkinson
We are a rural school district of 2800 students located in West Central Wisconsin, approximately 60 minutes from Madison. We are seeking a third school psychologist to join our pupil services team. We are a high achieving school district and provide high levels of support for our students and staff. The community is very supportive of public education and we recently passed, with over 70% approval, a $32 million referendum to construct a new 3-5 elementary school building. We offer a very competitive salary and compensation package.
Watertown School District: CESA 2 (www.watertown.k12.wi.us/)
Erin Meyer (EMAIL) & Jenny Borst
WUSD is a PreK-12 public School District located in southeast Wisconsin, serving approximately 3,800 students. We are looking for a qualified individual to support RtI/PBIS implementation, monitor progress of interventions as well as consult with parents, staff and teachers. Our psychologists conduct assessments, facilitate problem solving teams and work closely with administration and other student services staff to problem solve around student needs. We are a progressive district with many opportunities for our students. If you are a candidate with strong leadership skills, organizational skills, effective communication, and the ability to work as a collaborative member we want you in Watertown!
Waukesha School District
Patty Hovel (EMAIL)
Westby Area School District (www.westby-norse.org)
Jason Windsor (EMAIL), Cathy Cravens, Andrea Lunde
The Westby Area School District is an educationally progressive district. Over the past 5 years, we have implemented practices that are closing achievement gaps of our neediest students. Our hope is to find two school psychologists who will not only share the traditional role of school psych, but also help expand our multi-level systems of supports (academics, behavior and mental health).