1. A school psychologist may, through consultation or collaboration with other educational personnel or by providing direct services:
(a) Deliver mental and behavioral health services to pupils in a school;
(b) Collaborate with the school, community and parents or legal guardians of pupils to promote a safe and supportive learning environment;
(c) Provide preventative, intervention and post intervention services through integrated systems of support;
(d) Collect and analyze data on the mental and behavioral health of pupils;
(e) Administer applicable assessments to pupils;
(f) Monitor the progress of the academic, mental and behavioral health of pupils;
(g) Assist with the development and implementation of school-wide practices to promote learning;
(h) Analyze resilience and risk factors of pupils;
(i) Provide instructional support to other educational personnel;
(j) Evaluate and make recommendations for the improvement of special education services;
(k) Promote diversity in development and learning;
(l) Conduct research and evaluate programs related to the mental and behavioral health of pupils; and
(m) Participate in planning for and implementing a response to a crisis at the school.
2. In a school district in which more than 50,000 pupils were enrolled during the preceding school year, each school psychologist must be supervised by a psychologist licensed pursuant to chapter 391 of NRS who is a licensed administrator.
3. In a school district in which not more than 50,000 pupils were enrolled during the preceding school year, each school psychologist must be supervised by a licensed administrator.