The Journal of Applied School Psychology, as the Official Journal of the American Academy of School Psychology, is interested in published scholarly material that contributes to the development and maintenance of school psychology practice at its highest level. Consequently, each submission should rest on solid theoretical or empirical support and convey information of use in applied school settings, related-educational systems, or community locations where school psychologists might work. Thus, manuscripts appropriate for publication in the journal reflect psychological applications concerning individual students, groups of students, teachers, parents, or administrators with relevance to practicing school psychologists. Practice implications should be stated explicitly within each manuscript. The journal also seeks, over time, novel and creative ways to disseminate information about sound and empirically-supported school psychology practice. Consequently, readers are encouraged to follow developments in submission guidelines for future manuscript submission options. At present, three alternatives for traditional manuscript submissions (i.e., Case Studies, Service Delivery, and Science to Practice) are available.