Outstanding School Psychologist Spotlight: Keshia Porter


While we are often impressed by many of the educators we employ, it is extraordinarily special to have them recognized by the school district in which we place them. We get a warm and fuzzy feeling inside knowing that we are able to match individuals to their dream jobs, and that their talent is being utilized and appreciated. Take Keshia Porter, for instance. She is a school psychologist working in the Aurora Public School District and was given the Sharp Staff Award for her exemplary work ethic and dedication towards her 7th grade students. This is what Jessica Rodriguez Bracy, the AWCPA Assistant Principal, had to say about her. Continue reading “Outstanding School Psychologist Spotlight: Keshia Porter”


April is National Autism Month


April is National Autism Awareness Month. National Autism Awareness Month is an opportunity for organizations and individuals to educate their communities about autism, and spread awareness in schools, workplaces, and local communities

What is Autism?

Autism is a developmental disability that inhibits a person’s ability to communicate and interact socially. Typically diagnosed within the first three years of life, autism is characterized by certain developmental and neurological abnormalities causing significant communication, social, and behavioral challenges. Continue reading “April is National Autism Month”