Vermont Association
of School Psychologists


Conferences and Other VASP Events

Steve Feifer is back to Vermont to present on the
neuropsychology of math learning disabilities!

Conferences from other organizations

Dear VASP Colleagues:

Registration is open now for this much anticipated conference with Sarah Ward on "Executive Function: Organizing Your Classroom for Independent Functioning Skills."

Sarah Ward, M.S.., CCC/SLP is a leading expert and international presenter on developing executive skills for student independence.

Registration is open now for the two conference dates:

  • September 10, Hampton Inn, Colchester, Vermont or

  • September 11, Killington Grand, Killington, Vermont

Please join us to learn more about creating the conditions for independence in your schools and classrooms and for promoting self regulation, task initiation and sustained motivation. Practical, inventive and accountable tools for educators to address elementary, middle and high school student executive function needs will be presented.

Please share this announcement and attached brochure and registration information with your staff and colleagues.Register now, and please note that invoices will be sent after July 1 to accommodate your new fiscal year.

The brochure with the link to the registration form is attached or you go directly to the VCSEA website for both conference brochure and registration form at:

Click Here for Conference Flyer

We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you,


Jo-Anne Unruh, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Vermont Council of Special Education Administrators
2 Prospect Street, Suite 5
Montpelier, Vermont 05602


Dear Vermont Educator,

With the 2014-2015 school year coming to an end, it is time to consider opportunities for professional development next year. To date, the South Burlington School District has trained almost two hundred educators in the implementation of mindfulness-based strategies in their personal lives and in the classroom with their students. Research confirms that these strategies build the capacity to focus, reduce anxiety, increase self-regulation and improve learning. Our district has taken a lead in this very important movement in education.

During the last two years we have invited educators from other school districts to participate in this training. The following school districts a just a few who have been represented to date: Winooski, Burlington, Essex, Shelburne, Colchester, Barre, Putney, and Springfield.

Below you will find information regarding our training for the 2015-2016 school year. If you are interested in participating, please check with your school district regarding professional development funds for either recertification credits or relicensing graduate credits. We offer both options.


Sheri Rand

District Program Coordinator, Mindfulness South Burlington

Click here for more details or contact Meg Collins at

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