NHASP School Psychologist of the Year (SPY)
Nominations are solicited from all members of NHASP, registrants at our annual Fall Conference, our Regional Representatives, school principals, special education directors and superintendents. Supporting documents are solicited from teachers, students, parents, school administrators and colleagues. The Selection Committee is generally comprised of the President, Past-President and President-Elect of NHASP, but may include different members at the President's discretion. All nominees must be members in good standing of NHASP. The NHASP SPY is the organization's nominee to the NASP SPY election.
The following criteria will be used by the Selection Committee in making its decision:
NHASP Lifetime Achievement Award (LAA)The purpose of the NHASP LLA is to identify and recognize an outstanding school psychologist who has had an impact on the field in the state of N. H. and who has dedicated his or her professional life to the development and improvement of school psychology.
NHASP has modeled its LLA after that of NASP, so the Executive Board will consider the procedures and selection criteria that NASP has established and which are posted on the NASP website.
NHASP Scholarship Award
Adopted on April 5, 2012 this scholarship was established to encourage individuals who are enrolled in, or about to enroll in, a school psychology program and demonstrate outstanding scholarship and leadership qualities to pursue or further advance a career in the field of school psychology.
Priority will be extended to:
There will be one (1) single $1,000 award for a graduate year. Awards will be paid directly to the recipient, not the educational institution.