Sarah How, Psy. S. NCSP is in her 17th academic year as a school psychologist in the West Fargo Public Schools. Her graduate work as a school psychologist was completed at Minnesota State University – Moorhead in Moorhead, MN. Her undergraduate degree at Bemidji State University in Bemidji, MN. Additionally, she is Nationally Certified School Psychologist. In education, she has spent her career consulting and collaborating to bring transformative changes for adults, children and families. Her experiences vary from Preschool thru 12th grade + with children and teens who are challenging, intense and have special needs. She has sat on the ND DPI state committee for disproportionate representation in special education and advocated legislatively at the state level for school psychologists. She currently is part of district and committee SARB (Student Attendance Review Board) addressing attendance issues for children and youth. She has spoken at a national level and state level on issues related to dropout prevention. She received her certification as an Advanced Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach™ from Howard Glasser in 2010, with her latest renewal training in 2013. Her passion and experiences have led to being invited to train in businesses, education, and coach individuals and families to be more intentional in relationships. She has authored two children’s books. Her first book, “Tell Me About Your Greatness!” is designed to give children a voice in seeing and speaking what is right within themselves and others during the school day. Her second book, “Greatness Is My Superpower” reflects a day in the life of children and adults at school who “cape up” and “activate” their greatness by demonstrate character qualities like compassion, friendliness, curiosity in social situations. She and her husband reside in Fargo where they are raising their four beautiful children, two of which are siblings adopted from therapeutic foster care.