Carson City School District honors psychologists for national observance | Carson City Nevada News

Carson City School District honors psychologists for national observance | Carson City Nevada News

The Carson City School District is happy to honor college psychologists throughout National School Psychology Week, November 7-11, 2022. The National Association of School Psychologists designates the annual celebration to assist focus public consideration on the distinctive contributions of faculty psychologists and different educators inside US college techniques and the way they create the connections obligatory for college students to develop essential tutorial and social emotional abilities.

School psychologists collaborate with households, academics, college directors, and different professionals to create protected, wholesome, and supportive studying environments that strengthen the connections between residence, college, and neighborhood. They apply experience in psychological well being, studying, and habits to assist kids and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.

This 12 months’s theme, “Together We Shine,” honors the hope felt after a number of difficult years and highlights the facility of collective efforts to beat adversity to make sure that all college students can thrive in class, at residence and in life. The theme additionally highlights how college psychologists, academics, and different college personnel work with college students and households to revive a way of being a valued half of a bigger complete.

“While we all have our individual strengths and attributes, we shine even more when we all combine our ideas and actions to lift up the community,” stated NASP President Celeste Malone. “Through collaboration, we can empower students and adults to find purpose and opportunity, all while fostering resilience. This is particularly important for those who are or feel marginalised, unknown or at risk.”

The hope of the national celebration is to attach with college students and employees to focus on how every particular person’s contribution to the collective can transfer communities ahead.

“Students and families may have faced many hardships created by the pandemic, social injustice and inequality, economic stress, and mental and physical health challenges,” stated Rudy De Leon, psychologist for the Carson City School District. “As students continue to individually develop their skills through collaboration and with the support of others, they are better able to help others foster resilience and support those who need it.”

The Carson City School District at present has eight college psychologists serving among the many district’s 10 colleges. Many thanks to those caring people for empowering college students to achieve their full potential and fostering a protected and supportive college local weather. They are listed under alphabetically by final identify.

Paige Beckwith
Rudy De Leon
Kathleen Gregovich
Carolyn Porter
Roberta Syracuse
Julie Stanley
Natalie Tazhieva
Dawn Witchell

In picture: Rudy De Leon, Natalie Tadjieva, Kathleen Gregovich, Dawn Witchell, Julie Stanley, Paige Beckwith, Carolyn Porter and Roberta Siracuse (not pictured).

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