SPAW 2017 In Action

During the week of November 13–17, 2017, schools across the country celebrated National School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW) to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive. The theme “Power Up! Be a Positive Charge,” empowered school psychologists to facilitate interactive activities, host informational booths, and use social media to raise awareness about the profession.

Even though the week has concluded, you can still promote SPAW in your school community! View these daily #SPAWPowerUp recaps to gather creative ideas, access adaptable resources, and become inspired by the dedication and talent school psychologists across the nation invested for SPAW 2017. 

Day 1 Recap: Launching School Psychology Awareness Week
View the #SPAWPowerUp social media highlights from November 13, 2017.
 


Day 2 Recap: Powering Up, One Step at a Time

View the #SPAWPowerUp social media highlights from November 14, 2017.


Day 3 Recap: Creating Connections That Lead to Positive Change

View the #SPAWPowerUp social media highlights from November 15, 2017.


Day 4 Recap: Powering Up and Growing Together

View the #SPAWPowerUp social media highlights from November 16, 2017.


Day 5 Recap: Generating Positive Sparks That Will Last a Lifetime

View the #SPAWPowerUp social media highlights from November 17, 2017.

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The annual NASP School Psychology Awareness Week poster can be used in many different ways to inspire all school personnel to help students thrive! The poster is also available in Spanish

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