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MASP is the only Michigan organization that represents school psychologists at the state and local level and conducts important activities on your behalf.  Through professional development, advocacy, governance, and publications the board at MASP works hard to represent school psychologists throughout the state of Michigan.  

Critical Shortage of School Psychologists:

School Psychologist are now on the state critical shortage list.  This means that if retirees meet certain requirements and follow the process, they will not be subject to the earnings limit in retirment.  Below are resources to find out more information:

If you plan on utilizing this option, please make sure the following is documented. 

  • Make sure district paying the psychologist codes it in as a critical shortage position.
  • Make sure if the psychologist is working for a contract agency that the agency is up on this information.
  • Check the Critical Shortage List because it is up dated by Michigan Department of Ed each year.

Proposed changes to the MASP 
constitution:

The MASP board has been hard at work updating the constitution.  A vote of approval by the membership will be happening soon.  Review the changes to help us adapt a more modern constitution.  Review the proposed changes here.

 

Important message regarding continuing education credits:

Due to updates being made by the Michigan Department of Education, all registrants who have a certificate/license issued by MDE MUST provide their PIC# on the SCECH Registration Form at any conference in order for credits to be properly awarded. This document contains more detailed information, and it also includes directions for locating your PIC#.

 

Upcoming events

07/13/2016 (EDT) • The Bavarian Inn and Conference Center, Frankenmuth
11/03/2016 (EDT) • Grand Valley State University Eberhard Center, Grand Rapids

District PD is now accepted for certificate renewal.

Office of Professional Preparation (OPPS) announced that school psychologists may use District Provided Professional Preparation Development (DPPD) to renew and advance their professional certificate as of May 14th, 2015.  The employing district provides verification that the DPPD meets the criteria for recertification.  Learn how to document your DPPD for credit by following the links in this document.  


Looking for a job or internship?

Visit the Jobs section of the Forums to see current open positions.   If you are a member and have reliable information about a posting, you can post it in the Jobs Forum; if you are not a member, you can either join and enjoy this benefit immediately, or ask a colleague who is a member to forward the request for posting to the webmaster.


Member's Only Section

When you log into the website you will have open access to the Member's Only section, including digital copies of previous newsletters and the membership directory. This page will only be visible for members who log in at the top of the page. 

Information:

  • There is a need for MASP members to consider volunteer service on the MASP board. There are key positions that are open to support your fellow School Psychologists state wide. Please contact any board member for more information and to ask any questions you might have. Emails are listed below.

  • Newsletters are now digital and have been sent to you through email. If you haven’t received your copy, please make sure we have your correct email listed in the membership profile on this website. You can access a copy of the digital newsletter in the Members Only section of the site.  Once you log in, the Members Only site will be listed in the menu.                         


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