South Carolina Association 
of School Psychologists
Embrace each child.  Empower every life.

The South Carolina Association of School Psychologists welcomes you!


SCASP is a non-profit organization whose mission is to work to facilitate optimal education for all children, improve the quality of school psychological services in South Carolina, and provide services to membership.


SCASP's Goals

  • Continue involvement in children's services issues
  • Advocate for school psychologists in a manner to maximize the quality of Psychological Service Delivery and to enhance the working environment and professional development of the school psychologist
  • Increase representation/participation of School Psychologists in SCASP
  • Develop and streamline a mechanism for issue identification and research
  • Broaden/promote service delivery
  • Develop a mechanism for alliances with other groups
  • Maintain budget/financial policies
  • Educate the public regarding school psychology
  • Establish/maintain procedures for better continuity of member services
  • Increase trainer/student involvement in SCASP
  • Improve consistency in communication to members

Upcoming events

The Vote is in!
Congratulations to:
Kim Hills-Treasurer
Beth Howell President-Elect
Thank you to all the members who voted! Your vote counts.  We will be seeking nominations to fill Beth Howell's Secretary seat. If you are interested please contact Kellie Snipes at

SCASP is accepting applications for Scholarship and Research awards

Scholarship Criteria:
  • Membership in SCASP
  • Enrolled in a School Psychology Program in South Carolina
  • Completion of 30 hours or more in School Psychology indicated on transcript
  • Agreement to remain in South Carolina for an internship as a school psychologist in a school setting
  • Two letters of recommendation: (1) from professor in the program and (1) from another person knowledgeable of your work

Students who meet these requirements and wish to apply for this award must submit an application and supporting documents to SCASP  Scholarship Chair, Andrea Borders by May 15, 2014.


Postal Mail:  SCASP 

                   P.O. Box 1177

                   Irmo, SC  29063

                   ATTN: Scholarship Chair, Andrea Borders

Research Award Criteria: 

SCASP is now accepting applications for the Ralph Tindall Research Award.   The award provides a $500 stipend to support a research study or pilot program related to school psychological services in the state of South Carolina.  The award may be used to facilitate a group effort, but the principle investigator(s) must be a school psychologist or school psychology graduate student.  The study or program must be conducted during the 2013-2014 and/or 2014-2015 academic years.  The recipient of the award must present the SCASP Board with a written summary of the project by June 2015.   

Interested applicants should see the following application requirements and send all supporting documentation to Research Chair, David Halfacre, by May 15, 2015.

SCASP - Tindall Research Award
P.O. Box 1177
Irmo, SC 29063

Ralph Tindall Research Award.doc




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