Be prepared for the school year by catching on the past issues of Communiqué. Get the latest in school psychology news, trends, and research all in one place. Visit the NASP website to view past issues of Communiqué archived at http://apps.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/periodicals/cq-index-list.aspx.

Are you able to identify and support students at risk for suicide? Register for a live webinar on Friday, September 9, 1:00–2:00 p.m. EDT to learn about comprehensive suicide risk assessment and interventions. Register today at https://nasp.inreachce.com/Details/Information/427fd355-0730-432d-8090-78c08d56a06a.

Don’t miss a second live webinar this month as well! On Thursday, September 15, 3:30–4:30 p.m. EDT, join us for a live webinar on practical skills for effective supervision. Register at https://nasp.inreachce.com/Details?resultsPage=1&sortBy=titleaz&mediaType=a7dcfe43-473f-45e8-926d-411d1e62e08a&groupId=4c22d36b-a102-40d9-bf0b-1fbe8e15c135.

Registration for the NASP 2017 Annual Convention opens October 3. Network, share ideas, and learn from experts in the profession with thousands of your peers in San Antonio, TX, February 21–24, 2017. Register by November 9 and save $50 and be entered for a chance to win a refunded registration! Learn more at www.nasponline.org/NASP2017.

Join your fellow school psychologists throughout the country in celebrating School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW) November 14–18, 2016. This year’s theme, “Small Steps Change Lives,” is a reminder of how small actions can add up to larger, positive changes. NASP members can access resources and activity ideas to bring the “Small Steps Change Lives” theme to their school(s). Share your own ideas on social media using the #SmallStepsChangeLives hashtag and @nasponline. Learn more at: http://www.nasponline.org/research-and-policy/advocacy-tools-and-resources/school-psychology-awareness-week-2016.

NASP and Gender Spectrum recently published a set of four FAQs designed to help guide the efforts of educators to ensure schools are welcoming, safe, and gender inclusive. Topics covered include gender basics and terminology; child development and research; counseling and supporting students and families; and policy, law, and practice. See: Gender Inclusive Schools FAQs. Learn more at: http://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources/diversity/lgbtq-youth/gender-inclusive-schools-faqs