School Psychologists work with parents, teachers, administrators and students to create strategies to address student and school-wide needs.  We help with the academic and behavioral needs of all students, as well as teaching and working with parents and teachers to develop effective teaching, learning, classroom management and behavioral strategies.


School Psychologists also play a large role in academic and behavioral intervention planning and the development of preventative strategies, programs and research.


In addition to the above duties, School Psychologists also work with building special education and general education staff to evaluate students' academic skills, aptitude, and socio-emotional development to determine appropriate educational programming and placement.