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School Psychologist position in DeForest School District
DeForest is a growing suburban community located approximately 10 miles northeast of Madison. DASD enjoys a long community tradition of scholarship and high achievement both in and outside of the classroom. Parents and the community at large are involved with enhancing learning opportunities at many levels in the system. We are committed to continuous improvement, grounded in our community's mission and vision for our schools. We are also committed to attracting and retaining the highest performing educators, support staff and administrators in Wisconsin in order to meet every student's personal learning needs. The District offers excellent salary, benefits, and professional development opportunities. Our staff development model, equipped with coaches, mentors, online learning resources and professional learning communities, supports staff in their individualized, self-determined growth.
The current position will work at Eagle Point Elementary School for the remainder of the 2018-19 school year. The ideal candidate is highly collaborative and have experience with school psychology work, have a solid background in educational psychological testing, experience with initial evaluations using the revised criteria for specific learning disabilities, experience with the RtI system of tiered interventions, understanding of IEP team function/procedure, good writing and oral skills and the ability to interact in a constructive manner with students, staff and the public. A strong background in coordinating student assistance team and analyzing data is preferred. Qualified applicants must hold the appropriate valid Wisconsin DPI license. An online cover letter is required. For attachments please submit a resume, copy of your teaching license, transcripts and three letters of reference. Also, a set of district questions must be answered.
Apply via WECAN Certified Vacancy #48986
Trevor-Wilmot School Psychologist:
Must possess a Master’s degree and a valid Wisconsin License as a school psychologist (62). Must possess the ability to synthesize and interpret diagnostic and assessment data. Must possess a comprehensive knowledge of school psychology theory, child development, substance abuse education, tests and measurements, and crisis management. Must possess the ability to work cooperatively as an interdisciplinary team member. Must possess excellent communication and time management skills. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community agencies, students, families, team members, and others.
The School Psychologist’s primary goal is to serve as a member of the student services team and assist students to reach their potential. They work to develop strategies and interventions to assist students in succeeding; measuring and interpreting the intellectual, adaptive, academic, social and emotional development of children; interpreting results of psychological evaluations; interpreting and applying state and federal codes.
Requirements: Master's Degree & School Psychologist License
Tiffany Johnson, BA