LCCTC COVID-19 Resources & Info


The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center recognizes that this is a challenging time for everyone.  This webpage is the LCCTC’s central station to find reliable information about the shift to online education and resources to cope with the COVID-19 outbreak.

Please visit this page to find links to the latest resources.

The latest updates will still be posted on the LCCTC News webpage. 

LCCTC Counseling Resource Page

The LCCTC Counseling Resource Page has information and resources on the following topics:

Mental Health Resources:

CompassMark-Mental Health Resources

Crisis Contacts

Depression Signs & Symptoms

Student Assistance Program & SAP Referral Form

Online Grief Support


Mental Health & Covid-19 Info & Resources

Substance Abuse Resources:



Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Lancaster County Drug & Alcohol Commission

Parent/Guardian Resources on Canvas-

United Way of Lancaster County  Resources

IU13 Community Resources-In English & in Spanish

Crisis Management Institute -Talking to Your Student About Covid-19

Covid-19 Guidelines for Parents

LCCTC SAP Brochure

LCCTC SAP Consent Form

Career & Technical Online Resources

The LCCTC has created a webpage with FREE program-specific resources, NOCTI resources, workplace readiness skills, educational gaming apps, and library resources all related to career and technical education.  Visit the Career & Technical Online Resources to take advantage of these comprehensive resources.

General COVID-19 Information Resources

Recommended Links to News and Resources on COVID-19/Coronavirus:

Continuity of Education Plan

PDE requires that public schools develop a Continuity of Education plan that addresses the details of how online learning will proceed for the foreseeable future.  Per PDE instructions, the Continuity of Education has two phases – Enrichment and Review and Planned Instruction.  The first phase, Enrichment and Review, will be provided this week through April 9.  Public schools will begin the second phase, Planned Instruction, on April 13.  Click this link to view the Continuity of Education plan.