School Districts Attending
WSPA's 2024 Job Fair
Rochester Public Schools
Rochester Public Schools: Rochester is the third largest city in the state of Minnesota located along the Zumbro River in Southeastern Minnesota. It is consistently rated as one of the best cities to live in the United States. There are many benefits to living in the city of Rochester including the affordable cost of living. Residents also appreciate its rich and vast dining experiences that the city has to offer. Rochester Public Schools is a high performing public school district located in the middle of South-Eastern Minnesota and spans 218 square miles. The district’s pre-kindergarten through grade 12 program serves approximately 17,500 students in seventeen elementary schools, four middle schools, and three comprehensive high schools. The district also offers various alternative schools and six district-wide programs including an online school. There are more than 96 spoken languages, and approximately 85.9% of our students graduate from high school in four years.
Job Description: The School Psychologist is directly responsible for the psychological assessment of academic, intellectual, social, emotional, and behavioral domains utilizing problem-solving and standardized evaluations. The School Psychologist monitors the completion of case study evaluations and participates in Individual Education Plan (IEP) conferences and problem-solving meetings designing systems, programs and services that maximize students’ social, emotional, and educational success. In collaboration with staff, families, students, and communities the school psychologist promotes effective educational environments.
Cooperative Educational Service Agency #5 (CESA 5) is located in south central Wisconsin and provides services and support to 35 school districts in Adams, Columbia, Dodge, Green Lake, Juneau, Marquette, Portage, Sauk, Waupaca, Waushara, and Wood counties. The agency office is located in Portage, approximately 30 miles north of Madison. We are seeking a dedicated and compassionate School Psychologists to join our educational team. As a School Psychologist, you will play a crucial role in supporting the overall well-being and academic success of students. Responsibilities include conducting psychological assessments to identify learning, behavioral, and emotional challenges, collaborating with educators and parents to develop effective intervention strategies, and providing individual or group counseling to address students' social and emotional needs. School Psychologists working for CESA 5 may provide services to students from ages 3-21 in our member districts. Most CESA 5 School Psychologists currently work in 1 or 2 districts but may support other districts in their area as needed. Join us in making a meaningful impact on the lives of students, fostering their growth and success both academically and emotionally.
Kohler School District
The Kohler School District is a small school district in Kohler, WI. The district consists of an elementary school, a middle school and a high school all located in one building.
Our school district is committed to providing a supportive and collaborative environment that fosters excellence in teaching and learning. We strive to cultivate a culture of innovation, where creativity is encouraged, and new ideas are embraced. We firmly believe that education is a lifelong journey, and as educators, we are committed to our own professional growth and development. Together, we can create an environment where everyone feels respected, safe, and inspired to reach their full potential.
We are seeking a cheerful, enthusiastic and hard-working individual to join our team as a full time School Psychologist with an interest in obtaining a Director of Special Education and Pupil Services license. This position offers the opportunity to be a part of a small district leadership team that will continue to build systems that enhance the learning opportunities for all children.
We offer a very competitive salary and benefit package with great autonomy and flexibility. Candidates will have the opportunity for mentorship and continued professional development.
Eau Claire Area School District
Position: School Psychologist (1.0 FTE, 189 days)
Job Summary: The School Psychologist is a school based mental health professional working in collaboration with other District professionals to support the implementation of the Equitable Multi-Level System of Supports framework (EMLSS). The School Psychologist provides consultation to administrators, teachers, families, students, support staff, community agencies, and other individuals and agencies through vehicles such as Student Success Teams (SST), Individual Education Plans (IEP) Teams, Parent/Teacher conferences, Parent Education/Advisory Groups, and participation on community boards and task forces. The School Psychologist completes evaluations and functional behavior analyses for students with academic, behavioral, social, or emotional needs while working in collaboration with other Student Services staff.
• Wisconsin DPI certification as a school psychologist
• Demonstrates an understanding and use of equitable and culturally responsive practices
• NCI Certification. Must obtain as soon as schedule allows.
• One or more years of experience as a psychologist in an educational setting.
• Knowledge of ACES and impact on child development
Neenah Joint School District
POSITION: School Psychologist (1.0 FTE, 180 Days, Potentially Elementary)
LOCATION: Neenah Joint School District
School Psychologists support students’ learning, social development, and mental and behavioral health using problem-solving, assessment, data-based decision-making, and the delivery of evidenced-based interventions. School psychologists collaborate and consult with educators, families, and other professionals to help create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students.
School psychologists provide a comprehensive range of services. The school psychologist functions as part of the district’s Student Support Services Team. This team collaboratively provides a multi-tiered system of supports through implementation and monitoring of evidence-based behavioral and academic interventions for all students in need. The services provided should reflect the specific needs of the students, families, and schools served and address the following non-exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, and expectations:
*School psychologists apply their knowledge of both psychology and education through consultation and collaboration with teachers, school administrators, parents, and community providers. They participate in effective data-based decision-making using a foundation of assessment and data collection. School psychologists engage in specific services for students, such as direct and indirect interventions that focus on academic skills, learning, socialization, and mental health. School psychologists provide services to schools and families that enhance the competence and well-being of children, including promotion of effective and safe learning environments, prevention and remediation of academic and behavior problems, response to crises, and improvement of family–school collaboration.
Madison Metropolitan School District
About Our School District
25,000+ students; 2nd largest district in WI
52 schools, including 4 Community Schools
Student Diversity: Black/African American 18%, Asian 8%, Latino 24%, White 40%, Two or more races 10%
100 languages spoken; 20 schools offering dual language immersion
Vision: that every school is a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community
We strive to be an anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive school district! We’re looking for innovative leaders who actively work to identify and remove barriers to student achievement and well-being by championing practices that create equitable, safe, inclusive, and positive learning environments for all students.
Why You Should Work with Us!
Collaborative school psych group (50+ school psychs, including bilingual school psychs)
Comprehensive school psych role
Professional network of colleagues within schools and the district to support our role (e.g., special education teachers chair special education evaluations)
Deliberate focuses on equity, social justice, and anti-racism
School psychs are seen as leaders in their buildings and at the district level
Supported by experienced school psychologists at the district level
Focus on student mental health
Monthly relevant Professional Development for school psychs
Additional opt-in district Professional Development (e.g., Motivational Interviewing)
Supervision provided to interns; mentoring available for newer school psychs
Average school psych ratio is close to the NASP recommended ratio
Madison frequently ranks highly on “best city for…” lists (https://www.cityofmadison.com/vision-awards/awards)
Melanie Salgado, PhD, NCSP
Student Services Coach: School Psychologist Support
Fond du Lac School District
Are you a data reader, problem-solver and aspiring leader in education? We're on the lookout for a School Psychologist extraordinaire who can turn empathy into action and transform challenges into triumphs!
Forget about the conventional role, because you're about to dive into a realm where compassion meets calculation, and your toolkit includes more than just a WISC-V. Your days won't be filled with monotony; they'll be a rollercoaster of consultation, collaboration, crisis response, and case management. You'll be a mentor, advocate, confidante, and architect of resilience. You'll not only help students access their learning, but you will also help teachers and parents learn how to support their students each and every day.
So, if you're ready to be part detective, part mental health advocate, and full-time champion of young minds, buckle up! Join Fondy as a School Psychologist, where passion trumps paperwork. Apply now and embark on a journey where every day is a new chapter in the epic saga of student success.
Fond du Lac School District
Director of Pupil Services
72 West Ninth Street | Fond du Lac, WI 54935
Appleton Area School District
Job Title: School Psychologist (4 openings)
Classification/Contract Days: Educator/ 188 Days
Essential Function: Primary responsibility includes student safety and appropriate collaboration and attention to each student’s ability to learn including needed guidance and support. Employee may work in a variety of elementary and/or secondary educational, individual, or team settings.
About Appleton Area School District:
The Appleton Area School District (AASD) is the 6th largest school district in the state, yet it has a small community feel. We serve approximately 15,000 students in our fifteen elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, thirteen Charter schools, and one magnet school.
The AASD has earned a reputation for being an innovative and progressive school district. We strive to provide a safe, welcoming, and inclusive educational experience to all of our students. A district the size of Appleton relies on many attributes to maintain and to improve the quality of its educational programs. A supportive community, successful business partnerships, a highly qualified staff, and a dedicated Board of Education all play an essential role in educating today’s students and tomorrow’s citizens and leaders.
Being a part of the AASD will be the most rewarding personal and professional experience of your lifetime!
For more info or Questions:
Tiffany Frerks, Ed.D.
Appleton Area School District
Associate Director of Student Services
Office: (920) 852-5317 ext. 60235