Louisiana School 

MissionLSPA promotes the profession of school psychology to advance effective practices that enrich students' educational outcomes, behavior, and mental health. 

Support Disaster Relief for Graduate Students

Click HERE to help Louisiana school psychology graduate students recover from Fall 2021 disaster-related expenses. Some graduate students were hit hard by evacuation expenses and the costs of replacing damaged belongings or spoiled food. Any donation or assistance sharing this link will be appreciated. Together, we can help graduate students manage post-storm stressors so they can more easily focus on their training. Please share our link with your networks: https://gofund.me/895fb31f

COVID-19 State Guidance

  • LSPA 4/10/20 position on school closures and school psychological services
  • LDOE resources for SpEd Services during school closures
  • LDOE 4/13 updated guidance on timelines and remote services is available here
  • Find 3/17/20 LDOE guidance on a range of SpEd and Gen. Ed. topics here.
  • Find additional LDOE information here.
  • Click here for 3/14/20 update about timelines for initials and DD-Turning 9 re-evals and other emergency waivers to Louisiana bulletin rules.

COVID-19 Federal Guidance and NASP Resources

  • For 3-21-20 US Department of ED guidance on distance learning, click here
  • For additional US Department of ED guidance, click here.
  • For a 3/16/20 OCR memo with information about student rights and IEP and evaluation delays, click here.
  • For a Q & A from the US Department of ED about providing services to students with disabilities during COVID-19 closures, click here.
  • For NASP resources, click here.

Free Resources for School Psychologists, Educators, & Service-Providers 

Free Resources for Parents and for Parent Consultation

LSPA Represented on the LPB Louisiana Public Square about "Making Schools Safe"

Check out LSPA members and school psychologists Dr. Carmen Broussard and Brandon Wilks participating in the forum of LPB's LPS about school safety. Dr. Meagan Medley was also interviewed about school safety, threat assessments, the need for more school psychologists practicing in the state of Louisiana and the significant concern about the possible loss of funding for the Louisiana School Psychology Internship Consortium.



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