Washington State Association
of School Psychologists    


  Uniting school psychologists to support all students through advocacy, leadership, and professional development. 
NCSP Stipends

The Washington State Association of School Psychologists survey our members about school district contract language to assist with bargaining, help those who are looking for jobs to know what is offered in districts, and to keep data on the trends in our state. WSASP does not verify each member's survey input and highly recommends checking the individual district's website and to seek exact contract language if there are questions about any of this information. We appreciate feedback if inaccurate information is identified in our list.

This data is from our December 2016 survey.

Please see below for those districts who responded and indicated they received a stipend. This list is not exhaustive as we did not hear back from school psychologists in every district. If you work for a district that offers a stipend that is not represented here, please let us know!

District Name  Annual Amount 
Aberdeen School District$1,000 annually
Bethel School District $500
Burlington-Edison School District$1,000
Central Valley School District$2,000
Clover Park School District$1,000 
Edmonds School District $1,500
Federal Way School District$1,000
Fife School District 1-time 5% of salary 
Franklin Pierce School District$5,208 for NCSP (Minus the $2,300 given to all psychologists).
Granite Falls School District$500
Highline School District$1,200
Kent School District$5,000
Lake Stevens School District 1-time payment of $2000 
North Thurston Public Schools$1,000
Othello School District$5,000 
Port Townsend School District $5,000
Renton School District 2% of an individual's base salary 
Richland School District $5,208 for NCSP, plus an additional $5,000 for working in a challenge school.
Riverside School District $1,250
Seattle Public Schools $1,500
Shoreline School District$5,208 for NCSP, plus an additional $5,000 for working in a challenge school.
Snoqualmie Valley School District $1,000
South Whidbey School District
$1,200
Sumner School District$2,500
Sunnyside School District$5,000
Tacoma School District $5,208 for NCSP, plus an additional $5,000 for working in a challenge school. NCSP only funded if the state pays for National Board stipends.
Toppenish School District $2,500
Tukwila School District $1,000
Wahluke School District $5,000
Yakima School District$6,208 for NCSP, plus an additional $5,000 for working in a challenge school. Most schools in this district are considered challenge schools. 
Yelm School District $2,000

Washington State Association of School Psychologists
PO Box 525
Cheney, WA 99004
contact@wsasp.org

509-724-1587
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