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Join the Spring 2021 VASP Social Justice Book Club!

Next meeting is June 24, 2021, at 7pm EST

Join us this spring as we begin our social justice journey together. Our new book club starts with a book focused on self-reflection and identifying our own biases. We would love to have you as part of our group as we read Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving.

The book club will meet every three weeks. Membership is open to the public and registration is available on the VASP website. It is not necessary to join every session or to complete all of the reading ahead of time, although it is encouraged. The book club is open to any adult, regardless of profession, location, or membership status. Please feel free to share with your friends and colleagues! 

Our schedule is as follows: 

 Meeting Date  Reading Selection
 04/22/2021  Read to p. 61
 05/13/2021  Read to p. 113
 06/03/2021  Read to p. 185
 06/24/2021  Read to the end of the book

General public admission is $10, which goes to support initiatives of the VASP Social Justice Committee. Active VASP members are able to join for free with the discount code. Please email if you have any questions.

Please register here.

School Psychology Unified Anti-Racism Statement

and Call to Action 

VASP Statement Regarding Social Justice

Congratulations to VASP's new President Elect, Eric Dragan! 

VASP Spring 2021 Conference: Social Justice

Registration is closed

Thank you to those that registered!

Nominate the

Virginia School Psychologist of the Year 

Nominations are due May 7, 2021. The recipient will be announced during the Spring Conference on May 14, 2021. For more details and information on the nomination process, please click here.

    Resources: School Reopening and COVID-19 Information

    Celebrating Virginia's School Psychologists

    Congratulations to VASP's Graduate Student of the Year!

    Wei Lo Radford University

    Wei Lo (she/her) is currently a third-year Ed.S. student at Radford University. She is completing an internship at Loudoun County Public Schools, which has offered a wide range of experiences to work in different capacities under the scope of comprehensive school psychological services. Her special interest is to improve equity in education at a systemic level, particularly for students who are trans, queer, BIPOC, and from immigrant families. She views participation in professional organizations as vitally important for early professional development as well as the growth of the field.

    And remember to nominate this year's Virginia School Psychologist of the Year! Stay tuned the winner to be announced at our Spring Conference on May 14, 2021!

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    Did you know you can earn CE credits by writing for the VASP Check-In? Contact the VASP Communications Committee for more information!



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