School Psychology Awareness Week 2016
School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW) is November 14-18, 2016. The theme is Small Steps Change Lives. Our goal is to highlight how taking small steps can build greater successes and develops the academic and social-emotional skills students need to promote personal achievement, growth, and resilience, as well as a sense of belonging and wellbeing. Resources and messaging can be adapted to students and adults, different age groups, and multiple contexts. The program involves a series of resources and suggested activities to help school staff, students and parents understand the variety of factors that contribute to thriving students and school communities.
Small Steps Change Lives
The annual NASP School Psychology Awareness Week poster can be used in many different ways, from starting school-wide initiatives to having conversations with parents about how to best support the growth and development of their children into thriving individuals. Regardless of how you use it, this poster can inspire all school personnel to help students thrive.
We have developed these adaptable resources to help you reach out to parents, educators, administrators, and other members of your school community to make them aware of your activities during School Psychology Awareness Week and your work around the year to help schools and students thrive.
These programs, available year round, are perfectly suited to incorporation in your School Psychology Awareness Week activities. Use these programs to foster gratitude, recognize the positive impact of individual action, and encourage resilience.
SPAW 2016 Poster
The annual NASP School Psychology Awareness Week poster can be used in many different ways to inspire all school personnel to help students thrive!
Future SPAW Dates
- November 13–17, 2017
- November 12–16, 2018
- November 11–15, 2019