School Psychology Department

What We Do

School psychologists help teachers, students, and parents to apply principles from research in the fields of education and psychology.

Services include consultation, direct intervention, measurement, program planning, program evaluation, and research. As members of the faculties to which they are assigned, school psychologists contribute their particular skills and interests to help schools to reach their goals. They apply their knowledge to building, district, and community-level committee assignments. School psychologists also work for the improvement of their vocation through professional association membership, and several of our staff have achieved leadership positions at the State and National levels.Various statistical reports for State and Federal agencies are generated from this office. Certain services are also available to members of the public school community in general.

For more information, contact:

Office of Student Services: 541-440-4031