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  • 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,” empow ...

  • Policy Recommendations for Implementing the Framework for Safe and Successful Schools

    Implementing the Framework for Safe and Successful Schools requires policies and practices that support ongoing efforts to establish comprehensive school safety programming . Following are policy and practice recommendations to consider when developing your action plan. Some recommendations may ap ...

  • Best Practice Considerations for Schools in Active Shooter and Other Armed Assailant Drills

    Being prepared to respond to an active shooter on school property is critical to keeping students safe and ready to learn. This joint guidance from the National Association of School Psychologists and the National Association of School Resource Officers offers suggestions on many of the issues that ...

  • Suicide Prevention Video: Ask a Nurse

    Jefferson County Public Schools in Kentucky developed a Q&A video with school psychologist and PREPaRE Trainer Penny Mills about suicide warning signs and myths versus facts about suicide. The district is starting a suicide prevention course in the fall. ...

  • Natural Disasters: Brief Facts and Tips

    Natural Disasters: Brief Facts and Tips Click here for a printable PDF. Experiencing a dangerous or violent flood, storm, or earthquake can be especially traumatic for children and youth, and the devastation to the familiar environment can be long-lasting and distressing. Children look to the signi ...

  • Five Tips to PREPaRE for the School Year

    As summer is winding down and we are gearing up for the new school year, it is easy to forget that in the middle of preparing for the return of students, we also must be ready to address the crisis needs of our schools and school communities. Follow these five tips to PREPaRE for the new school year ...

  • Presenters in Focus: Beyond Tragedy: Response and Recovery Following a School-Based Tragedy

    Volume 45 Issue 4

    In this interview, Safe and Sound Schools founder Michele Gay shares how the program was developed, her take on school safety, and the role of families and support staff in creating safe school environments. ...

  • The Final Report of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission: Summary of Parts I and II

    Volume 44 Issue 5

    Shortly after the vicious attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 20 children and six school staff members on December 14, 2012, Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy established the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission to review laws, policies, and practices in place at the time to make recomm ...

  • Facing Terrorism: Q&A With Todd Savage

    Volume 45 Issue 7

    Volume 45 Issue 7

    This Q&A with Todd Savage, PhD, NCSP, past president of NASP, explores how he navigated his early career years during and after 9/11. ...

  • When Grief/Loss Hits Close to Home: Tips for Caregivers

    While grief is often characterized by sadness, emotional pain, and introspection in adults, children’s grief reactions will vary depending upon their developmental level. ...

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