WSPA Employment Fair 2019

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(updated February 5, 2019)

Districts attending the WSPA Employment Fair were invited to provide their contact information and a brief description of their district. Information will be updated as it becomes available.

Adams-Friendship Area School District (

Barbara Gransee (EMAIL) and Megan Rasmussen

We are looking for a student-centered, enthusiastic individual, who is willing to join our team to support the unique needs of our students. Adams Friendship is invested in our student’s future success and overall well-being. Our mental health initiatives and relationships with our community and outside agencies provide our students with opportunities to receive counseling while at school, adult mentorship, and the chance to learn social and emotional skills. RtI, PBIS and problem solving teams are used within our schools to promote a positive and supportive problem-solving approach to learning, behavioral and mental health needs. Our school psychologists have NASP approved ratios (i.e., 1:650) because we value their ability to perform comprehensive roles. This comprehensive role includes special education evaluations, running groups, providing individual counseling, consulting with staff and outside agencies, and partnering on building and administrative level teams. Paid professional development opportunities are also available, as we value lifelong learners.

CESA #5 (

Erikke Nystrom-Grothaus (EMAIL)

School psychologists who work for CESA 5 have the opportunity to work in a variety of school districts and have the support of a larger team of experienced school psychologists.  Job opportunities are available from Columbia County to Waupaca County; we strive to find work assignments close to home for our staff.  Some travel can be expected.

CESA #10 (

Sarah James (EMAIL)

CESA 10 is an educational agency serving 29 school districts in West Central Wisconsin,.  We are a team of professionals dedicated to providing high quality services to school districts throughout northwestern Wisconsin.   We offer a competitive salary and benefit package.  Professional development is supported by administration.  Mentorship is provided for interns.  Come meet us!!  

CESA #11 (

Laurie Johnson (EMAIL)

Clinton Community School District (

Matthew Huettl (EMAIL)

The Clinton Community School District has an opening for a full-time (1.0 FTE) school psychologist for the remainder of the 2018-19 school year.  This district-wide position is eligible for up to a 2-year contract.  Candidates must hold a Wisconsin license for School Psychologist (#7062).  The district will consider applicants for the 2018-2019 school year. The preferred candidate will have: Experience with multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), The ability to interpret multiple forms of data including utilizing Aimsweb and Educlimber to drive and inform decision making, A clear understanding of the special education process, including initial evaluations using the current SLD rule, Experience case managing initial referrals, Experience with section 504 plans, Excellent written and oral communication skills, Knowledge of the School Mental Health Framework, Experience with positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS), and The ideal candidate would have the ability to communicate in Spanish in both written and verbal or at the very least have the ability to communicate through an interpreter. Applicants must apply via WECAN #50574 and include an online application, cover letter, current resume, three letters of recommendation and a listing of at least three other professional references.  Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.  The review of applications will be ongoing and interviews will be conducted as needed during the open application period.  This position will remain open until filled. Clinton is ideally located with an easy commute to Madison and Milwaukee and is only 90 minutes to downtown Chicago. An aggressive compensation package and outstanding benefits await the chosen candidate.

Fond du Lac School District (

Katie Moder (EMAIL) & Rachel Polacek

Fond du Lac School District is a progressive district that is student centered. We have worked for years implementing a multi-level system of support. The Fond du Lac School District prides itself on supporting our new staff as well as continually offering professional development throughout a staff member's career.  We offer mentors, summer institute sessions, new staff Bootcamp, as well as monthly mentor workshops throughout the school year.  Fond du Lac is a great place for students and staff to grow and learn!  We are looking for a school psychologist who wants to be part of a collaborative team - join the Fondy Family! 

Hamilton School District (

John Peterson (EMAIL)

The Hamilton School District, located in Sussex (a northwest suburb of Milwaukee), is a high achieving school district committed to the social emotional and academic success of all of our learners. We are seeking a School Psychologist to serve in our brand new Intermediate School (serving grades 5 and 6), opening in August of 2019. The selected candidate will assist the learning community in implementing the district's response to intervention model for both academics and behavior & social emotional learning. The School Psychologist will provide consultation to our teaching and administrative staff to make data driven decisions about student specific and systems-related issues. The School Psychologist will work closely with five other effective School Psychologists and the rest of our special services team made up of School Social Workers, School Counselors, and Program Support Teachers. 

Madison Metropolitan School District (

Emily Nyquist (EMAIL)

The Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. 

Merrill Area Public Schools (

Karen Baker (EMAIL) & Von Sanders

Merrill Area School District has an opening for a full-time School Psychologist for the 2019-20 school year.  MAPS is committed to student achievement, community partnerships, and future success for all students. MAPS serves approximately 2175 students PK-12. The district's three school psychologists engage in various activities including direct services to students and staff with RtI, PBIS, special education evaluations, Section 504 evaluations, building-level committees, and communications with students, parents, and staff. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. Professional development is encouraged and supported and mentorship is provided for all new employees. Merrill is located approximately 180 miles north of Madison in Lincoln County. 

Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District (

Cynthia Malcheski (EMAIL), Gina Arenz,  Barbara Buffington (EMAIL) and Adrienne Emerson

We are looking for School Psychologists who are advocates for students’ well-being.  Candidates will use their advanced training in human development, behavior, and mental health to help students excel in the school environment. These professionals work to improve their students’ lives across a number of areas, including helping with academic performance, boosting social functioning, working to resolve behavioral problems, and supporting emotional health. Candidates should want to work and regularly examine how their personal experiences and biases impact their ability to effectively serve all students in order to increase their effectiveness with all. They must possess a deep understanding of the systemic biases within the education system which serve to perpetuate inequities for some students and families. Candidates also understand their role as a change agent and work with other staff, students, and community to redesign the system in a manner which actively repays the educational debt owed to historically marginalized students and families. At MCPASD, we are inclusive, inspiring and innovative.

Milwaukee Public Schools (

Jean Gatz (EMAIL) and Amanda Haley (EMAIL)

Milwaukee Public Schools is a large urban district serving over 76,000 students.  Our student population is comprised of 88% students of color, 80% economically disadvantaged and 20% students with special needs.  Our school psychologists are supervised by two licensed school psychologists and mentoring for interns is provided by a full time school psychologist mentor. School psychologists in MPS engage in a wide variety of activities including direct services to students, RtI, PBIS, regular and special education evaluations, systems level work and consultation with parents, teachers and administrators.  We are looking for qualified individuals who are dedicated to helping our students succeed.

Montello School District (

Margaret Banker (EMAIL)

Montello School District is a small but mighty school district on a mission to prove that great teaching and learning is happening in our vibrant, rural community. This position is accountable for all responsibilities related to evaluations and reevaluations under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and the management of special education processes. Persons ideal for this position will possess critical skills in assessment, academic and behavioral interventions and strong knowledge of special education regulations and processes. The school psychologist is a core member of the district’s integrated student services team; this team works collaboratively, in partnership with teachers, administrators, families, and community organizations, to design and deliver a comprehensive, coordinated, and customized system of student supports.

Pulaski Community School District (

Nicole Borley (EMAIL) Lara Kuchenbecker, Lisa Misco

The Pulaski Community School District is located in the heart of Wisconsin and is one of the largest school districts by area in the state. It is a 10 minute drive west of Green Bay and is made up of five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. In total, the district serves more than 3,700 students. The Student Services Department represents a variety of student support programs and services focused on success for all students. The philosophy of the school district provides the foundation for programming and services to our students. Helping students make a good adjustment to school life, bringing families and schools together, and supporting students with individual needs is the focus of each of our student service programs.

Rochester Public Schools (

Jennifer Ihrke (EMAIL) & Jessie Parker

We are looking for someone who works collaboratively on a team, uses problem-solving skills and understands the importance of conducting a thorough evaluation.

School District of South Milwaukee (

Leo Eckman (EMAIL)

The School District of South Milwaukee has an opening for a full-time School Psychologist available for the 2018-2019 school year. South Milwaukee is a district of character, focusing on respect, responsibility, honesty, perseverance and kindness.  If you can answer “yes” to the four questions below and have the required certification, you are exactly the type of educator we want! 1. Do you have a passion for education? Do you love being with kids, are a relationship builder, engage students and staff, and are always enthusiastic with students and colleagues? 2. Do you have an intense focus on student learning? Are you an advocate for all students, believe in the positive value of diversity and appropriately use data to drive your student learning focus? 3. Are you a life long learner? Are you always looking for ways to improve, have a love of learning and enjoy being reflective of your professional practice? 4. Do you have a positive and professional attitude? Are you honest, trustworthy, kind, motivated and a person of integrity? The School District of South Milwaukee is comprised of 4 elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school serving approximately 3,200 students.  We are the first district in Southeastern Wisconsin to earn districtwide accreditation from AdvancED and were recently one of four school districts nationwide honored as a 2017 “National District of Character” by the . South Milwaukee is adjacent to metropolitan areas abundant with rich cultural opportunities, Milwaukee County’s Grant Park, and beautiful Lake Michigan. 

School District of Waukesha (

Patty Hovel (EMAIL) and Drea Taylor

Waukesha School District is the 7th largest district in the state of Wisconsin and serves over 12,000 students.  Our school psychologists are afforded the opportunity to work within the scope of practice as described by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) addressing systems level processes, mental health and social-emotional needs, and multi-level systems of support. 

School District of West De Pere (

Amy Schuh (EMAIL) and Jason Lau

Strong communication skills with an emphasis on working within a team structure; ability to embrace a collaborative leadership role; facilitate/participate in a consultative problem solving process as a vehicle for planning, implementing, and; evaluating academic and mental health services, and the skills needed to communicate with staff, families and community professionals;; ability to work with diverse student population and effective time management and organizational skills are essential; knowledgeable in the IEP process of evaluation, psychological testing and interpretation of results to IEP teams; skilled in coordinating & facilitating the special education evaluation and Individualized Education Program (IEP) processes and Section 504 evaluations; possesses knowledge of varied models and methods of assessment and data collection methods for identifying strengths and needs, developing effective services and programs, and measuring progress and outcomes within an RtI framework; and strength in individual and group counseling

Unified School District of Marshfield (

Tracey Kelz (EMAIL) & Nicole Labor

The district is seeking a full-time (1.0 FTE) School Psychologist starting with the 2019-2020 school year. The position requires an individual who is highly organized and self-motivated. Knowledge of trauma responsive schools, multi-tiered systems of support, including positive behavioral supports and interventions is preferred.

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