School Psychologists

Forms:

Evaluator should complete the following form for the School Psychologist IEP meeting.

Evaluation Explanation Checklist

School Psychologist Interim Evaluation Instructions

The School Psychologist Interim Evaluation now resides on the Jordan Professional Learning System (JPLS), and can be accessed at the following link:

https://jpls.truenorthlogic.com

School Psychologist Full Evaluation Instructions

The School Psychologist Full Evaluation now resides on the Jordan Professional Learning System (JPLS), and can be accessed at the following link:

https://jpls.truenorthlogic.com

  •  Instructions
    • Provisional/Intern School Psychologist Instructions
      • The school psychologist full evaluation includes six domains: assessment, counseling/responsive services, consultation, time management, planning, and professional growth and responsibilities.
      • The district school psychologist program specialist will evaluate the assessment domain. The administrator from the school psychologist’s homebase school will evaluate the remaining domains.
      • A school psychologist will receive a rating from each evaluator. If either rating is a “Not Effective,” the school psychologist will be given 20 working days to improve performance.
      • Domain I. Assessment
        • The provisional/intern school psychologist will select three files that include testing that has been administered and scored by the provisional/intern school psychologist being evaluated. The files should include an IEP and goals developed by the provisional/intern school psychologist who is being evaluated.
        • The district school psychologist program specialist will review one file with the provisional/intern school psychologist prior to December 15 of the current school year. The provisional/intern school psychologist is responsible for scheduling this review.
        • It is the responsibility of the school psychologist to schedule a file review with the district school psychologist program specialist before the deadline of March 15.
        • The school psychologist program specialist will review the three files and rate the provisional/intern school psychologist according to the rubric prior to March 15 of the current school year.
      • Domains II – VI
        • Provisional/intern school psychologist will be evaluated twice on domains II – IV during each provisional year.
        • The provisional/intern school psychologist will use the planning tool on JPLS to view the requirements for each indicator and prepare evidence.
    • Career School Psychologist Instructions
      • The school psychologist full evaluation includes six domains: assessment, counseling/responsive services, consultation, time management, planning, and professional growth and responsibilities.
      • The district school psychologist program specialist will evaluate the assessment domain. The administrator from the school psychologist’s homebase school will evaluate the remaining domains. A school psychologist will receive a rating from each evaluator.
      • If either rating is a “Not Effective,” the school psychologist will be given 20 working days to improve performance. If a second evaluation results in a “Not Effective” rating, the career school psychologist will be placed on probation. The school psychologist will be given 20 working days to improve performance. After 20 working days a third evaluation may begin. If the third evaluation results in a “Not Effective” rating, the school psychologist will be subject to District Policy 316NEG, Orderly Termination.
      • Domain I. Assessment
        • The career school psychologist will select five files that include testing that has been administered and scored by the career school psychologist being evaluated. The five files should include an IEP and goals developed by the career school psychologist who is being evaluated.
        • It is the responsibility of the school psychologist to schedule a file review with the district school psychologist program specialist before the deadline of March 1.
        • The district school psychologist program specialist will randomly select three files from the group of five files and will score Domain I Assessment according to the rubrics prior to March 1 of the current school year.
      • Domains II – VI
        • The career school psychologist will use the planning tool on JPLS to view the requirements for each indicator and prepare evidence for the interview.

Note: A student growth component and a stakeholder input component have been added to all non-classroom educator evaluations.  The psychologist evaluation will include student growth and stakeholder input in the indicators below.

  • Student Growth Performance – Indicator 8
  • Stakeholder Input — Indicator 24