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Practicum Sites

To assist students who are studying school psychology with finding appropriate field sites, the Washington State Association of School Psychologists surveyed our members about school district practicum and internship field sites. WSASP does not verify each member's survey input and highly recommends checking the individual district's website and to seek additional information from individual districts 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 January 2017 survey.

Results from this survey include:


School District Currently hosts practicum? Please share anything specific about the practicum experiences in this district. 
Auburn School District (Area 1D) Yes  
Bethel School District (Area 9) Yes  
Blaine School District (Area 3) Would like to  
Central Kitsap School District (Area 4) Yes  
Central Valley School District (Area 8) Yes  
Deer Park School District (Area 8) Yes Use of RTI, Counseling experiences, AIMSweb, Student Data Teams
Eastmont School District (Area 2) Yes  
Edmonds School District (Area 1B) Yes  
Elma School District (Area 5) Yes  
Ephrata School District (Area 2) Would like to  
Everett School District (Area 1B) Yes Full-time and part-time options available across all levels.
Evergreen School District (Clark) Yes  
Federal Way School District (Area 1D) Yes  
Ferndale School District (Area 3) Yes  
Highline School District (Area 1D) Yes We are able to support practicum experiences with students all along the preschool to post-high school continuum. We have been partnering with SU to provide practicum sites/host 2nd year students. We would love to work with other universities as well! 
Hoquiam School District (Area 5) Would like to  
Issaquah School District (Area 1C) Yes We follow the guidelines of the university, making sure that students get exposed to all the areas they need.  This year Issaquah sponsors 3 practicum students, but it just varies on what the university asks for.
Kelso School District (Area 7) Yes Provided with opportunities to practice increasingly more complex skills, starting with large amounts of support to a goal of helping practicum student become more independent.
Kennewick School District (Area 10) Yes  
Lake Stevens School District (Area 1B) Yes  
Lake Washington School District  Would like to  
Mukilteo School District (Area 1B) Yes  
Northshore School District (Area 1B) Yes We support practicum students at both the elementary and secondary levels.
Pasco School District (Area 10) Yes  
Prosser School District (Area 10) Yes  
Puyallup School District (Area 9) Yes  
Renton School District (Area 1C) Yes Variety of experiences offered from birth to three and preschool to adult transition. 
Seattle Public Schools (Area 1A) Yes SPS follows the university guidelines so that we may provide a complete practicum experience.  It typically involves one day per week for the school year, with one hour of direct supervision.  Students will have a primary supervisor along with the opportunity to gain experiences around the district in areas of interest.
Selah School District (Area 6) Yes  
Shoreline School District (Area 1B) Yes  
Spokane School District (Area 8) Yes  
Sunnyside School District (Area 6) Yes Practicum students are in district one day a week (Jan to June) working with a School Psych and doing a general job shadow that works into some testing, report writing, and leading 2 meetings during their practicums. 
Union Gap School District (Area 6) Yes  
Vancouver School District (Area 7) Yes  
White River School District (Area 9) Yes  
Yakima School District (Area 6) Yes YSD is a large school district with a continuum of programs and services for practicum students to observe. 


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