School Psychologist

St. Paul Public Schools is actively seeking a full-time School Psychologist to join our educational team for the 2023-2024 school year.  This position will serve students from birth to 21. Individuals will use their knowledge in PBIS, MTSS implementation, academic and behavioral supports, social-emotional learning and academic/behavior interventions to promote a successful learning environment for ALL students. The School Psychologist will provide assistance in coordinating services among community, school, and families to meet student needs.  A local diagnostic team will assist in completing special education evaluations. This position will be filled as soon as the appropriate candidate is selected and will include support from ESU 10 for professional development opportunities. A Nebraska Teaching Certificate with endorsement in School Psychology or Nebraska Special Services Certificate with the endorsement in the area of School Psychology is required.

Zone 4


Pre-K–12, Post-Secondary

Additional Information

St. Paul is Class C-1 school located 20 miles north of Grand Island with approximately 726 students in grades PK-12; the district is AdvancED accredited and members of the LouPlatte Athletic Conference. K-12 is located in one building with our preschool located one block away.  We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

Contact Information

ST PAUL, NE 68873

(p) (308) 754-4433 206
(f) (308) 754-5374

How to Apply

All interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, transcripts and letters of reference to:  Kim Schulte, Special Education Director, St. Paul Public Schools 1305 Howard Ave. PO Box 325 St. Paul, NE 68873; E-mail: Review of applicants will begin immediately upon receipt.  St. Paul Public School District is an equal opportunity employer (EOE); this position is subject to a veteran’s preference.