The School Psychologist is responsible for the identification, evaluation/assessment, placement, and monitoring of students referred as potential candidates for special education. The school psychologist will present a report to the local education authority on students he/she has evaluated. Areas of assessment may include intelligence, achievement, personality, social/emotional, and perceptual motor abilities.
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Valid Washington State Educational Staff Associate (ESA) certificate with an endorsement in school psychology. Master’s degree in school psychology with one year of experience in a school setting preferred. Working knowledge of IDEA and State of Washington rules and regulations for programs providing special education services to children with handicapping conditions. Valid first aid and CPR card. Valid Washington State driver’s license and proof of liability insurance required. WSP/FBI criminal history background clearance required.
About Northwest Educational Service District 189
For our region, the NWESD provides a centralized point for the set of services and information relevant to K-12 education in Washington. Through the aggregation and pooling of services, administrative overhead costs are minimized. The result of this centralized approach is highly efficient and cost-effective services for our NWESD partner school districts.
Mission: Together We Can... promote equity and excellence through leadership and service.
Vision: To be an indispensable partner to our region's school communities.
Values: Responsive customer service, Open communication, Regional collaboration, Flexible teamwork, Adaptable professional learning, and Positive relationships
Goals: Provide quality services that meet our region's needs. Prepare students for college, career, and citizenship. Foster educator of effectiveness to assure equity and opportunity for all students.