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Welcome to Communiqué Online. Here is your one-stop source for everything Communiqué. You can access and print the entire issue of this month’s paper or select individual articles, and you can link to previous issues, submission guidelines, and advertising information. This is also the place to locate this month’s online exclusives reprinted from Psychology in Illinois, the newsletter of the Illinois School Psychologists Association. These articles are all about Jim Agner, who recently passed away. Reading these articles is not only a remembrance of the man himself, but also a history of the early days of school psychology. My thanks to Breeda McGrath for sharing these with NASP members.

We start the school year off right with articles about engaging parents in productive school-family relationships, the upcoming convention in San Francisco, connecting with administrators and other decision-makers in order to advance services for children and families, crisis management, last year’s NASP accomplishments, technology, RTI, effective discipline, and association news—and we’re just getting started! Stay tuned to Communiqué Online all year to keep up with the latest and most authoritative news about your profession.

John Desrochers
Editor

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Vol. 39, Issue 1 (September 2010)
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Positive Relationships — School Success
Kathleen M. Minke
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Oil in the Water, Fire in the Sky: Responding to Technological/Environmental Disasters
Philip J. Lazarus & Michael L. Sulkowski
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Response to Intervention: Alice Birney Middle School’s Model, Experience, and Results
Amber Brundage, Carol Beckmann-Bartlett, & Matthew K. Burns
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Engaging With Parents: The Power of Information, Responsiveness to Parental Need, and Ongoing Support for the Enhanced Competence of All Students
Sandra L. Christenson
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Avocacy in Action: Demonstrating How School Psychologists Improve Student Outcomes
Anastasia Skalski & Katherine C. Cowan
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Communication Matters: Promoting Safe Schools and Academic Success: Moving Your School From Punitive Discipline to Effective Discipline
Rivka I. Olley, Andrea Cohn, & Katherine C. Cowan
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IDEA in Practice
Mary Beth Klotz
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Student Connections: In the Presence of Heartbreak: An Intern’s Personal Reflections on Crisis Response
Angela M. Aiello
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School Psychologists: Improving Student and School Outcomes
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Zero Tolerance and Alternative Discipline Strategies
Russell Skiba
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Effective School Discipline: Promoting Safe, Positive Behavior and Academic Success
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The City by the Bay: NASP in San Francisco
Cari Tom, Kathrina Firme, Jennifer Steinback, & Gina Sunie-Lopez
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Positive Relationships — Student Success
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NASP’s Accomplishments 2009–2010
Patti L. Harrison
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Children’s Fund Offers Grant Opportunities
Abby Gottsegen, Mark Roth, & Beverly Winter
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Nominations and Elections Deadline
Charles Deupree
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Tech Corner
Bill Pfohl
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Just a Click Away
Dan Florell
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Thank You From Communiqué
John E. Desrochers
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Taking Part: Introducing Social Skills to Children PreK–Grade 3 (2nd Edition)
Reviewed by Susan M. Schermerhorn
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John Boyle, 1955–2010
Tom Fagan
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Rose Trezise, 1922–2010
Tom Fagan
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Jim Agner, 1935–2009
Tom Fagan
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Recollections of Jim Agner
Mark E. Swerdlik
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Jim Agner, the Guy That Made a Difference
Fred Dornback
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Memories of Jim Agner
Mike Parker, Dave Peterson, George Batsche, & Nancy Metzler Peterson
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