NASP School Psychologist of the Year Award (SPY)
NASP School Psychologist of the Year Award (SPY) program recognizes excellence in the provision of school psychological services by a field-based practitioner. Each state is invited to nominate one candidate. Nomination materials are to be completed by state presidents (or their designees) for NASP-affiliated state associations. NASP delegates are to complete materials in any non-affiliated state. Candidates must be current members of NASP and practicing school psychologists who spend the majority of their time providing direct services to students, teachers, and parents. (Trainers, researchers, and administrators are not eligible for this award). The NCSP is desired. An award ceremony takes place at the NASP convention.