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Five CASP Offerings for Districts with Year-End Money to Spend

Author: Kendall Bare

Author: Kendall Bare

CASP Membership and Communications Coordinator

Does your district have money that it needs to spend before the end of the 2023 school year? Don’t lose it – we can help with that! Here are five ways you can put those funds to good use and support your professional development:

  1. PREPaRE Training Summer 2023
    (July 11-14, 2023)

    Escape the heat and head to the tranquil Santa Cruz Mountains for a unique professional learning experience. During this getaway, you’ll explore best practices for crisis prevention/intervention AND decompress in a restorative space.

    Registration can be completed through the event website or a purchase order. Book your discounted hotel room online here. Rooms are at a discounted group rate, include breakfast, and must be booked before June 26. Registration will close June 26 and this training is expected to sell out. Be sure to sign up right away!
  2. Convention Pre-Registration
    This year’s convention will be held in person from October 10-13, 2023 (the days are changing to Tuesday-Friday from Wednesday-Saturday) at Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa.

    With a theme of “Inspired to Lead,” this event will empower school psychologists in their ongoing efforts to guide colleagues, LEP teams, and interns toward optimal outcomes for California’s students.

    We’re taking early purchase order registrations now through June 30.
  3. Current Legal Issues & ERMHS Assessments 2-Part Webinar
    Looking to stay up to date on trending legal concerns pertaining to your school psychology practice? If the answer is “YES,” don’t miss our new two-part legal webinar: Current Legal Issues & ERMHS Assessments featuring Marcy Gutierrez. A recording of part one is now available. Part two will take place on June 9 at 10am.
  4. Early Identification of Dyslexia Webinar (Presented by Milt Dehn, Ed.D.)
    (June 16 at 9am)
    Join Milt Dehn for his invaluable training: Early Identification of Dyslexia. This webinar begins by discussing dyslexia definitions, characteristics, and legislation, followed by a detailed discussion of phonological and orthographic processing. The focus then shifts to assessment strategies and examples of dyslexia-specific measures. This is followed by recommendations for screening and evaluating young children for dyslexia and an introduction to a recently released, norm-referenced screener. Case studies and interventions, especially for orthographic processing are included. A recording will be made available. Please note that this is an updated version of a training that Milt’s given in the past.
  5. Join CASP! 
    CASP is driven by school psychologists, for school psychologists. We provide discounts on professional learning opportunities in various formats, helpful content to make your job easier, and an inspiring community of like-minded peers!

    Those who join CASP by May 31 will be entered for a chance to win a FREE PAR test kit. 
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