• Continuity of Education

    The Northumberland County Career and Technology has taken steps to allow for continued education/enrichment during the mandatory closure due to COVID-19. Current students have been contacted using our automated call system and directed to the school’s Facebook page for information pertaining to their specific program that they are enrolled in at the CTC.

    Because Career and Technical Education (CTE) encompasses such a diverse set of courses, the instruction provided during the closure will be unique to that student’s particular program. Instruction during the closure may consist of one or more of the following: Synchronous Online (where you can openly communicate with your teacher), asynchronous online (your teacher sends you electronic materials and you complete them and send back), or paper-based (you receive a packet and complete written assignments and return them to your teacher via drop off or mail). Please email your teacher directly with questions. All of the individual program messages and contact information have been posted on the NCCTC Facebook page.

    During the school closure, the NCCTC teachers are working diligently from home for their safety and the safety of the community. Some may not have the benefit of the technology infrastructure that exists within the school building. Please be patient with your teacher as they may not be able to respond to your message immediately. If any student needs an accommodation in completing assignments, please ask your teacher via email.

    General questions regarding Continuity of Education can be directed to Dr. James E. Catino, Administrative Director at jcatino@ncavts.org


    Right-to-Know / Public Records:
    Below you will find a PDF file of Board Policy #801;Operations, Public Records, this document outlines our policy regarding "public records." 
    Also note that the NCCTC Administration is in the process of updating its policy manual and a more specific policy reflecting “Right to Know” process if forthcoming. In the meantime, the school is complying with the rules established by the Pa Open Records Regulations. The Standard Right-to-Know form, also below in PDF format, should be used by members of the public to request records from the NCCTC. Public Records-Board Policy #801 Standard Right-to-Know Request Form
    Dr. James E. Catino, Administrative Director NCCTC Open Records Officer
    1700 West Montgomery Street Coal Township, Pennsylvania 17866 570-644-0304  Ext.: 185
    Pennsylvania Office of Open Records 400 North Street Plaza Level Harrisburg  PA  17120
    Northumberland County Career and Technology Center offers technical programs in health, trade and industrial occupations.
    Northumberland County Career and Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, natural origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. 
    Inquires may be directed to
    Dr. James E. Catino, Title IX Coordinator/Section 504 Coordinator
    1700 W Montgomery St,
    Coal Township PA 17866 or 570-644-0304.

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