National School Psychology Week (NSPW)

During the week of November 7-11, 2022  schools throughout the United States will celebrate National School Psychology Week (NSPW) to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive. This year's theme is "Together We Shine" which is derived from how we see hope after several challenging years. We have all faced difficulties created by the pandemic, social injustice and inequity, economic stress, and challenges to mental and physical health.  Reconnecting with others and reestablishing the sense of being valued parts of a greater whole empowers students and adults to find purpose and possibility. 

Together We Shine

Placeholder ImageThe annual NASP National School Psychology Week (NSPW) poster can be used in many different ways, from starting school-wide initiatives to having conversations with families 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.

Adaptable Resources

Placeholder ImageWe have developed these adaptable resources to help you reach out to families, educators, administrators, and other members of your school community to make them aware of your activities during National School Psychology Week (NSPW) and your work around the year to help schools and students thrive.

Recognize Others

Placeholder ImageThese programs, available year round, are perfectly suited to incorporation in your National School Psychology Week (NSPW) activities. Use these programs to foster gratitude, recognize the positive impact of individual action, and encourage resilience.

NSPW 2022 Poster

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The downloadable NSPW poster PDF is for downloading to a local printer and printing one copy. It is not to reprint any quantity for distribution. Contact to purchase NSPW posters or if you have any questions.

Future NSPW Dates

  • November 6-10, 2023
  • November 11-15, 2024