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School Psychologist
Working with divisional teams of counselors, administrators, and teachers, the PK–12 Psychologist supports students’ social-emotional and academic learning, co-creates effective solutions to learning and behavioral challenges, promotes students’ positive behavior and mental health, works to help create a safe and nurturing school climate, and assists in the development of methods to collect and review data to monitor student progress.   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: Degree in Child Psychology or Applied Psychology with a Master’s degree or higher in Educational Administration or Special Education. Relevant license and certification. Experience working with a range of children and young people in educational settings as well


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