The vision of the New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists in the 21st century is to be a vibrant association, supporting its members in their commitment to fostering strong children, schools and families in New Hampshire. NHASP members are united in advocacy for children. We believe that each child in New Hampshire has the right:
The NHASP executive board is the core volunteer leadership of the association. The board is comprised of 6 elected leaders, including the president, past president, president elect, secretary, treasurer, and NASP delegate as well as the 7 NHASP regional representatives. Each of the three presidential positions is a 1 year term, secretary and treasurer are two year terms, and the NASP delegate is a three year term with a limit of 2 consecutive terms. Current members are listed to the left.
If you have a question about the board or any of the activities of NHASP, please contact NHASP president, firstname.lastname@example.org or any other member of the board.
Board meetings are held from 4:30-6:30 on the 2nd Wednesday of each month September through June, some exceptions (see dates below).
All NHASP members are encouraged to come to meetings!
Meeting dates for the 2019-2020 school year:
9/11, 10/9, 11/13, 12/11,1/8, 2/12, 3/11, 4/8, 5/13, & 6/10
9 South Spring Street
The NHASP research policy outlines who is allowed and how to access NHASP membership lists for research purposes. This policy statement received final approval in February, 2015.
This Practice Model was initially created by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). It describes the breadth and depth of professional practice for school psychologists. The executive board of NHASP adopted this Practice Model as policy for our association in November, 2014.
These ethical principles define the work of a school psychologist and the requirement to protect the students we serve. All NHASP members agrees to abide by these ethical standards. These are the standards that guide the work of the NHASP Ethics Committee. The executive board of NHASP most recently adopted these principles as policy for our association in November, 2014.
The standards for graduate preparation of school psychologists outline the important components of training as a school psychologists. NHASP supports the intensive and sophisticated training of new practitioners in our field as described by these standards. The executive board of NHASP adopted these standards as policy for our association in November, 2014.
The standards for credentialing of school psychologists define the important components of the credentialing of school psychologist. NHASP supports these standards as necessary components of the credentialing of school psychologists. The executive board of NHASP adopted these standards as policy for our association in November, 2014.
Region 1 (Nashua, Manchester, Salem)
Region 2 (Greater Concord)
Region 3 (Lakes Region)
Region 4 (Monadnock area, Keene)
Region 5 (Upper Valley)
Region 6 (Seacoast)
Region 7 (North Country)