FASP 2016 Awards Nomination
Each year, FASP recognizes outstanding professionals in the field of school psychology and in the related field of school administration. Below are descriptions of different awards that FASP will present at our 43rd Annual Conference at the Innisbrook Golf Resort from November 2-5, 2016 in Palm Harbor, FL. We respectfully request your nominations for the following awards categories using the nomination form attached:

FASP School Psychologist of the Year: This award recognizes an outstanding school psychologist in our state who exemplifies professional responsibility, growth and leadership.

FASP School Psychologist of the Year – Early Career: This award recognizes and outstanding school psychologist in our state in his or her first five years of employment following graduation who exemplifies professional responsibility, growth and leadership.

Outstanding Administrator of the Year: This award recognizes an outstanding administrator who supports the professional practice of school psychology in FL. Eligible candidates include school psychology administrators, ESE administrators, school principals, student services directors, county level supervisory staff members, district superintendents, etc.

FASP Graduate Studies Award – (Ed.S. and Doctoral Level): This award recognizes an outstanding school psychology student in a school psychology Ed.S. training programs in the state of Florida and is given to those who seek an Ed.S. as their terminal degree. The doctoral level award recognizes an outstanding school psychology student in a school psychology doctoral training program in the state of Florida.

Faye Henderson Exemplary Leadership Award for Minority Students: This award recognizes an outstanding minority school psychology student in a school psychology training program in the state of Florida.

Outstanding Service Delivery in the Practice of School Psychology: This award recognizes a school psychology department, administrative area, region, or unit that demonstrates a high level of sustained excellence in developing an ongoing traditional or non-traditional program of general service delivery to meet the varied needs of their clientele.

Innovative Program in the Practice of School Psychology: This award recognizes a specific new, non-traditional program or approach designed to address a particular/unique need of a district, student, or teacher population.

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ALL NOMINATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY JULY 7, 2016
Any Questions, Contact: Zoila Ganuza, Awards Chair (zganuza@gmail.com)
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