KASP Fall Convention 2020
When: Thursday, October 8th and Friday, October 9th 2020
Early Bird Deadline is September 18, 2020!
The Kansas Association of School Psychologists is excited to welcome...
Detailed Conference Schedule: KASP 2020 Convention Schedule
Featured Speaker: Dr. Charles A. Barrett, PhD, NCSP
Charles A. Barrett, PhD, NCSP is a lead school psychologist with Loudoun County Public Schools and adjunct lecturer at Northern Virginia Community College, the Graduate School of Education at Howard University, and the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University. An award-winning educator for his commitment to students, families, schools, and communities, Charles holds various leadership positions with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and frequently speaks to a variety of professional and lay audiences about promoting positive outcomes for children. To learn more about Charles, including his books on a variety of topics that are relevant to educators and communicate hope and wholeness, visit www.charlesbarrett.org.
Registration: Available online (preferred) or paper registration 2020 KASP Convention Registration may be completed. Please note that if registering as a KASP member the email you provide on registration must match that which is associated with your membership. Please contact email@example.com with any registration questions/issues.
All registrants will be required to preregister for breakout sessions. Please complete the KASP Fall 2020 breakout session form here. Any registrants who fail to complete this form will be placed in breakout sessions without preference. Registrants will have access to all breakout sessions after the conference.
Kansas Association of School Psychologists (KASP) is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to offer continuing education for school psychologists. KASP maintains responsibility for the program.
KASP is a NASP approved provider of CPDs. KASP is approved provider #1030
No person will be denied access to or full participation in any KASP program, event or activity on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, or age.