TASP Vision and Mission Statement

The Texas Association of School Psychologists (TASP) is a state affiliate of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

TASP's Vision Statement:

  • A partner on the path to student success in school, at home, and throughout life.

‚ÄčTASP's Mission Statement:

  • The Texas Association of School Psychologists contributes to the development of effective educational systems by leading, representing, and empowering school psychologists as they enhance students’ mental health, social development, and academic success.

TASP's Core Values:

  • Advocacy: TASP engages in actions and activities that seek to positively influence outcomes directly affecting the lives of the students, families, and schools we serve.
  • Collaborative Relationships: TASP partners with allied organizations, agencies, and others to develop and achieve shared goals.
  • Continuous Improvement: TASP sets challenging objectives and measures the effectiveness of organizational processes.
  • Diversity: TASP embraces individual, cultural, and other contextual differences in our own interactions and as they shape students’ development.
  • Excellence: TASP promotes the highest standards for service delivery and resource deployment.
  • Integrity: TASP is committed to honesty and to treating others with dignity and respect.
  • Student-Centered: TASP supports goals and activities focused on the needs of students and their families. 
  • Visionary Leadership: TASP leads with enthusiasm and confidence, while working pragmatically in the present and striving toward an optimistic future.