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WVSPA Awards

Chloe Hollinger Award

1. This award was named for Chloe Hollinger, a former School Psychologist and WV Department of Education Director, who contributed greatly to the profession.

2. The Chloe Hollinger Award is designed to recognize an individual who has contributed to the profession of School Psychology by making contributions through publication, conference presentations, and by demonstrating leadership in helping promote School Psychology within the state.

3. The nominated individual may be an administrator, university professor, or practicing School Psychologist.

WV School Psychologist of the Year

1. This award is designed to recognize a School Psychologist who is considered exemplary in the provision of school psychological services.

2. The nominated individual must be employed and working primarily as a School Psychologist and be a regular member of the organization. 

Outstanding Delivery of School Psychological Services

1. This award is designed to recognize a county or individual School Psychologist that recognizes and implements the best and innovative practices of school psychology.

2. All county nominees will be given equal consideration regardless of geographic location or size of the district.

3. An individual nominee must be employed and working primarily as a School Psychologist and be a regular member of the organization. 


Special Friend of Children Award

1. This award is designed to recognize an outstanding individual who has made significant contributions toward the improvement in the lives of youth and families.

2. Nominees should have a strong affiliation with school psychology and support the work of the profession. 

Fred Jay Krieg, Ph.D. Lifetime Achievement Award

1. At least 25 years of service in the field of school psychology.

2. Direct service to children, schools, and families by providing school-based comprehensive services (consultation, assessment, behavior management, PBIS, progress monitoring, etc...) and/or administration and supervision of school-based psychological services.

3. Service to the profession through local, state, and national organizations dedicated to the development and implementation of school psychological services.

4. Service to the profession through the development of school psychology training programs or through the provision of continuing professional development opportunities. 

5. Service to the profession through research and publications that contribute to the knowledge base of school psychology.

                                         

Please access nomination forms by selecting the link below. 
 
 



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