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The school Psychologist is responsible to the Director of Special Education but school psychology services are not limited to special education students.  The goal for school psychologists are to exercise a high degree of initiative and professional judgment in providing school psychology services while working within the established framework of the federal and state regulations and local school district policies.  The school psychologist is responsible for the evaluation on students refereed to special education, provide psychological re-evaluations on students presently placed in special programs.  Write psychological reports, implement and coordinate the case study evaluation process to insure the orderly identification and referral of disabled students.  Arrange and attend all special education multi-disciplinary conferences, arrange transportation for students placed in self-contained classes after initial multi-disciplinary conferences.  The school psychologist is to present information acquired as a result of comprehensive case studies when attending multi-disciplinary conferences.  As well as to interpret test results to parents and school personnel; and assist in the development of individualized educational programs and behavior intervention plans.  Coordinate the work of the district’s consulting psychiatrist, audiologist, and other contractual evaluators.  Consult with parents and school personnel regarding behavioral and educational problems.  Assist in the coordination of pre-school screening programs and provide in-service training to school personnel.

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