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Awards and Recognition

Join the SCCASP board as we recognize the hard work of our colleagues and celebrate those that are transitioning to life beyond the 8 to 3 grind!

Due to the cancellation of last year's event (thanks COVID), we will be recognizing awardees and retirees for 2019-20 and 2020-21.

  • Please nominate your colleagues deserving of special recognition for their outstanding work in the field during the 2019-20 or the 2020-21 school year.
  • Submit information about those that have or will be retiring so they may be recognized for their service.

Follow this link to submit award nominations and retirees.


This event is FREE to attend.
RSVP so the event committee can finalize plans!

SCCASP Student Members

Log into your SCCASP account today and you'll find a dedicated student membership resources section.

Future and current graduate students are welcome to join SCCASP.  If you're not a member yet, click on the membership page link above to join today for only $20 for your annual membersip.


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Upcoming Events

Thank you for your interest in our SCCASP events for the 2020-21 school year! Sign up now to reserve a spot in one of the upcoming workshops!

2020-21 Membership

Become a new SCCASP member or renew your membership today! 2020-21 membership is now open!

SCCASP is proud to be your local affiliate of CASP and bring you dedicated resources and professional development.

Join CASP and NASP to access all your local, state, and national school psychology resources! 

President's Corner

Fall semester was....an interesting time to work in education. We started off with lots of uncertainty on how to do even what had been the most basic parts of our job. I know, for me, once I found a groove things were fairly smooth (until the next change came along and we had to readjust...and then readjust again...and again...).

Was it how I would like? No.

Do I feel as effective as I normally do? Definitely no.

Are there still inequities all around us? Absolutely!

Taking time away from the perpetual changes and stress at work to reconnect to the field has been so helpful!

I hope you have been able to attend some (or all!) of the professional development opportunities that SCCASP has been able to keep offering during this very interesting time in our lives. We have a solid line up of events coming up, so I hope you will end the year strong with us!

March 5: Addressing Disproportionality in Schools 

April 2: ACEs into Practice with Dr. Elaine Fletcher-Janzen

May TBD: Awards and Social Event

Emily Bersaglia, PsyS, NCSP
SCCASP President 2020-21




President Elect


Past President





Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Santa Clara County Association of School Psychologists (SCCASP) to meet the needs of local school psychologists in providing affordable and accessible professional growth, continuing education units (CEUs), networking opportunities, and recognizing excellence in the field of school psychology at the grassroots level. SCCASP is an official affiliate of the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) for Santa Clara County and surrounding areas.

Email Us: info@sccasp.org

Mailing Address:

5669 Snell Ave #195

San Jose, CA 95123

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