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Congratulations to Jessica Coleman our School Psychologist
Jessica Coleman, school psychologist at EBS, has been awarded the School Psychologist of the Year, 2013, by the California Association of School Psychologist. This organization's mission is to ensure that the psychological needs of students are met through sustaining programs, support of the school psychology profession, and recognizing the contributions of school psychologists. Ms. Coleman has worked as a school psychologist in SDUSD for 11 years. She is held in high esteem by her colleagues, students, parents, and communities she serves. Through her work, Ms. Coleman has moved the profession towards best practice as a former senior school psychologist and as an instructor in higher education. As a site psychologist, Ms. Coleman provides a comprehensive service delivery model that meets the needs of diverse learners and their families. SDUSD is proud to have such a dedicated individual working with our school communities and even more impressed that she has been recognized on a state level for her accomplishments. Congratulations!