The following survey have been submitted to CASP and are available to take now:
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CASP presents “The Alphabet Soup of School Climate,” 2017’s Spring Institute, March 23-25 in Santa Rosa. The complete schedule of workshops and the student strand is available at event.casponline.org.
Onsite registration is available. Please check the link above to see which workshops are closed. CEUs and lunches on all three days are included in the price.
In support of California’s immigrant children, CASP has produced a hybrid Resource/Position paper. The paper looks at the status of the federal administration’s travel ban and how it is affecting our students, and lists statewide and regional agencies contact information that school psychologists may wish to share with impacted students and families. If you know of other resources please share them by contacting CASP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Access this paper now or from the publications page.
CASP regular and associate members in good standing are invited to check their emails and vote for new officers for the 2017-2018 Board of Directors. President-elect and Region Representatives from the odd-numbered regions will be selected in this online election, which closes on March 31. Voters must use the link included in the recent email from CASP titled “CASP Elections, Vote Today” to access their ballots. Voters may select a candidate or write one in. Check your email and vote today!
The time is now to submit a proposal to present a workshop, mini-skills workshops, papers or poster at CASP’s 68th annual Convention! The theme of the convention this year is, “Equity” and it will be held on October 5-7 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County. Please read the instructions carefully regarding submitting a proposal here. Deadline: April 17.