PAPSA members include school administrators responsible for overseeing departments in schools that include such areas as health services, guidance and counseling, school psychology, social work, special education, safe and drug free schools, ESL, early childhood education, student attendance, student discipline, and student records. Members also include superintendents and other school administrators, college instructors, college students, and pupil services administrator retirees.
In general, Pupil Services administrators are responsible for the development of policies and procedures related to the delivery of Pupil Services, are responsible for the coordinated functioning of the various disciplines into a working team for the benefit of students, and provide leadership in designing and implementing research activities in the educational setting.
A list of current PAPSA members can be viewed in each issue of the PAPSA News, which is the quarterly newsletter that is made available to all PAPSA members.
To become a member of PAPSA, please visit the Membership section of this website.