South Carolina Association of School Psychologists

Supporting learning and mental health of youth in South Carolina.

New NASP Delegate Announced

During the recent NASP elections, Dr. Sandra Manning, was elected to a three year term as the delegate from South Carolina to the NASP Leadership Assembly.  Sandra is a member of SCASP and has served as Secretary, Legislative Committee Chair, Executive Director, and Historian.  She has been committed to strengthening professional associations her entire career as a school psychologist.  Sandra looks forward to working with the NASP members in South Carolina and providing leadership for all school psychologists at the national level.  Congratulations Sandra!

SCASP wants to thank Susan Beck for her service as the SC delegate to NASP.  Her term will end on June 30, 2016.  Her support and link to NASP has been invaluable.

Congratulations to Kristi Hamil!

It is final!  You have chosen Kristi Hamil as the recipient of the first SCASP2NASP grant for 2016! Kristi is excited to travel to NASP to bring you updates from the Annual Convention in New Orleans. We look forward to her perspective and insight into the many different professional development opportunities offered. You can follow or join this conversation during NASP week on Facebook and Twitter with #SCASP2NASP. If you are attending the conference already look for Kristi and help her with her mission. 

Thank you to all of you who participated in SCASP2NASP by voting and sharing! I hope that you all felt the same excitement we felt as we created several points of awareness about school psychology. Throughout the week we were able to create more than 1500 points of awareness about school psychology!

A special thanks to Kelly Van Auker-Ergle and Laurie Stroupe! YOU make a difference!


The South Carolina Association of School Psychologists is a membership organization that empowers school psychologists to advance the learning and mental health of students in South Carolina.

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