KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS
Empowering Children, Educators, and Families
The KASP Executive Board exists to ensure the functioning of the organization. Board members are largely volunteers. Meeting at least quarterly, the board reviews the organization budget, plans the conference(s) and other professional learning opportunities, monitors legislative action, and advocates for the organization's mission and its membership in training, resource, and action.
When you renew(ed) your membership, you are asked if you're interested in board service. We'll use that information to solicit self and other nominations for the ballot to be voted on at the general membership meeting at Convention. There other positions which are not part of the election process as well.
If there's a particular position you're interested in or want further information about this important service to our profession, please email the Past-President, and they will give you the scoop on what the commitment, and rewards, are! The Past President prepares the coming year's ballot so can help you understand that process as well.
Angie is an Instructor for the School Psychology Program at Fort Hays State University
Lina is a school psychologist in the Olathe Public School District.
Julie s a school psychologist for Hays Public Schools
Jon is a school psychologist in Marion County serving Marion and Peabody School Districts.
Lori is a school psychologist for the Central Kansas Cooperative in Education based in Salina.
Tyler is a school psychologist in the Olathe Public School District.
Kaira is an Associate Professor in school psychologist at Emporia State University.
Kim is a school psychologist for South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative in Pratt, KS.
Government & Public Relations
Jim is Department Chair and Director of the School Psychology Program at Emporia State University
Ashley is a Special Services Coordinator for the Gardner Edgerton School District
Melissa is a school psychologist in McPherson county, serving McPherson and Moundridge school districts.