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District psychologist. 3 buildings with 1,000 students.

Apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior to help students succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. By providing assessment, support, and intervention services to students; partner with families, teachers, and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments; and collaborate with community providers to coordinate services for students.

  • Assists in screening school enrollments to aid in identifying children who should be referred for initial evaluation and eligibility determination for special education. 
  • Provides an individual psychological examination, interprets findings, and makes recommendations. 
  • Provides written reports containing findings and recommendations gained from a psychological evaluation. 
  • Assists in facilitating the special education eligibility/IEP process.
  • Conducts Functional Behavioral Assessments and supports the development of Behavior Intervention Plans as applicable.
  • Provides consultative services to teachers and other school personnel in the planning of programs and services for students. 
  • Consults with parents regarding their child’s needs and assists in the development of the parents’ understanding. 
  • Functions as a resource in providing information regarding special education law and regulations. 


Illinois Professional Educators License with School Psychologist endorsement


To be negotiated with the successful candidate. This position is not part of the Tuscola Education Association. 

How to Apply

Please email a Letter of application, resume, references, and copy of all licenses to Mr. Gary Alexander, Superintendent, Tuscola CUSD #301 alexanderg@cusd30.org

Please put Tuscola Psychologist in the subject line. 

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