Supervisory Union

NEK Choice Board


Family Resources

Communicating effectively with families is a crucial part of our mission. On this page we've provided information related to your student's school experience. Please check back often for updates throughout the school year.


If you have any questions or feedback at any time about your student's learning, please contact the ENSU office at 802-266-3330 or send us a note by clicking the link below.

Student Support Services

ENSU provides the LEA (Local Education Authority) for any students residing within the towns of the NEK Choice District. ENSU Support Services will collaborate with the school of choice to assist students. Eligible students receive differentiated instruction, direct specialized instruction, accommodation/modifications and related services such as occupational, physical, counseling and speech therapy.

If you have any questions about a child with disabilities in regards to eligibility or services, please contact:

Jennifer Lawcewicz
Director of Student Support
802-266-3330 x. 250

Beth Lemnah
Associate Director of Student Support
802-266-3330 x. 253

NEK Choice Parent Resource Guide

Find answers to all your questions in our downloadable guide.

Opportunities for NEK Choice Students


Every family in Vermont has the right to educate their own children. All students in Vermont must be enrolled at an approved public or independent school or enroll in a home study program. 


The Vermont Dual Enrollment program, 16 V.S.A. § 944, includes up to two college courses for eligible Vermont high school students. 


Among the Flexible Pathway options, there are opportunities for students to participate in work-based learning experiences. These allow students to gain job experience while they're still in school. 


The Canaan Career & Technical Center currently offers a number of technical programs in which students can earn embedded high school and college credits. 


Vermont's Early College Program allows high school students to enroll, free of charge, in full-time academic programs at one of the Vermont State Colleges or another approved Vermont school. 


ENSU is exploring the pros and cons of creating an interstate school district to provide more offerings to students at a reasonable cost to taxpayers. 

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