North Country Union High School

Greetings Falcon Families!

Below you will find several links that describe the options that students have for the coming year. While we want every student to return to school and pick up where we left off and we are working on fully implementing the guidance from the Vermont Department of Health to keep students and staff safe, we recognize that families must make their own decisions about their children’s health and safety. Therefore, we have identified two options for families who may be considering not having their student return to school in the fall. Please take a moment to read the links, and most importantly, fill out the survey so that we can better prepare for the fall.

NCUHS Learning Options Survey

Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions,

Chris Young

Principal, NCUHS

NCUHS Instructional Options 2020-2021

NCUHS Distance Learning Pathway

NCSU Strong & Healthy Start Handbook


NKHS Emotional Support Line (1).pdf NKHS Parent Support Line (1).pdf NKHS Recovery Support Line.pdf

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency please contact NORTHEAST KINGDOM HUMAN SERVICES at (802) 334-6744. They provide 24/7 services.

Please check out the new NCUHS SlideShow for information on what is happening at School.

If on a mobile device, tap this link to open the slideshow in a new tab.

April 13-17

Hello all,

NKHS has established a NKHS Parent Support Line. They have a phone number now dedicated to this community service and they will be doing a "Cold Start" today from 8:30AM-5:00PM. This will be available Monday through Friday 8:30-5:00 until they increase to 24/7 schedule. The plan is to be ready to provide 24/7 coverage.

This line is a dedicated warm line for parents and guardians to access when having difficulty managing their children’s behaviors at home. It is staffed by NKHS’s Children’s Department clinicians.

Feel free to give the number to your families for support in managing children's behaviors starting Friday April 3, 2020 at 8:30AM- 5:00 pm and during the work week.

NKHS Behavior Support Line 749-1111 (no 802 needed if calling from Vermont)

For more Info please contact

Noreen Shapiro-Berry and Marcia Stricker