Welcome to SCASP

The Sonoma County Association of School Psychologists is a non-profit organization that strives to connect school psychologists in the area, and provides information that will enable and support our area's school psychologists to be up to date on current best practices. SCASP invites you to join our organization for FREE the 2020-2021 school year! 


Please contact us if you would like to join for the rest of this year. Membership registration links below are currently de-activated. 


Membership with the Sonoma County Association of School Psychologists (SCASP) includes the annual kickoff workshop, discounts on SCASP sponsored workshops throughout the school year, and invitations to our winter and spring gatherings. In addition, a portion of membership revenue will be donated to the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP).


Save the Date!

Hello Sonoma County Psychs (and neighbors),

The Sonoma County Association of School Psychologists (SCASP) is proud to provide you with another webinar opportunity! 

Legal Update Webinar
Attorney Jan Tomsky at Fagen, Friedmen, and Fulfrost LLP (F3Law) will be presenting to us a legal update on what has happened since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and providing recommendations on how to get through these times with as little legal trouble as possible. 

CEU's available for $20.48 (a convenience fee of $0.48 is added to your registration).

When: 3/11/2021 9:00-12:00
Where: Zoom (link will be provided to registrants the day before)
What: Legal updates in the time of Covid-19.
Who: Ms. Tomsky is a nationally recognized leader in special education law. She has represented school district clients in mediations and due process hearings, as well as in special education-related litigation in both state and federal courts and in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Her expertise in special education matters has helped scores of districts to address issues and resolve disputes in this specialized field. Additionally, Ms. Tomsky has assisted districts in countless student expulsion hearings, particularly those that involve complex or sensitive issues, and has successfully defended districts' decisions on appeal to county boards and in court. She does frequent presentations for the Association of California School Administrators, and the LRP Directors' Summit. She presents at state and regional conferences throughout the country, and designs and delivers workshops for individual districts, which are specifically tailored to address their needs. She is the author of Personal Liability for IDEA Violations: Where the Courts Stand, and was a contributing author to The Administrator's Guide to Building and Maintaining a Comprehensive Autism Program and IDEA Due Process Survival Guide. Ms. Tomsky received her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. She holds master's degree in Education, with an emphasis in special education and student development, and a bachelor's degree, both from the Dominican University of San Rafael. 



We look forward to seeing you over Zoom!
-Your SCASP Board of Directors