Andrea Clyne, School Psychologist at Louisville Middle School
Colorado School Psychologist of the Year


Presenter: Ginny Vidulich, Principal at Louisville Middle School

Following is the district’s Dec. 10, 2014 news release:

Dr. Andrea Clyne of Louisville Middle School is School Psychologist of the Year
The Colorado School Psychologist Society (CSSP) recently announced that Dr. Andrea Clyne is the 2014 School Psychologist of the Year. This annual award from CSSP is designed to recognize professionals who demonstrate exemplary skills and efforts within the profession.
 
“All of us at Louisville Middle School are proud of Dr. Clyne for receiving this award,” said Principal Ginny Vidulich. “We are grateful to have her supporting students and staff at our school.”
 
Dr. Clyne has been a practicing School Psychologist for 24 years. Throughout her career, Dr. Clyne has worked primarily at the middle school level and has embraced the changes in school psychology practice over time. Her current professional interests include positive psychology, social/emotional and academic interventions, positive behavior supports, MTSS, ADHD, family systems, and school climate. In her private practice, Dr. Clyne works with individuals of all ages to assess and identify barriers to learning and success.
 
Dr. Clyne has served on numerous district committees, acted as the School Psychologist Liaison for Boulder Valley for three tenures, and currently sits on a district strategic action planning team working on the Multi-Tiered System of Support framework. Additionally, she consulted on the development of a district evaluation rubric for school psychologists and social workers.

Outside of her leadership roles within her school district, Dr. Clyne has served as a board member and Secretary of CSSP for the past 14 years. This year, she was elected Colorado’s delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists, where she continues to advance and advocate for the profession of school psychology.