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SOARing this Summer! Congratulations, LHS Class of 2017! Recognition from Kenton County Alliance for Choosing to be a Smoke-Free Campus We'll Miss You, Senior Band Members! Great Job, LHS Chorus! Sounds Great, Elementary Chorus! Before their big performance! Congrats to our Golden Apple Teachers: Ms. Setty & Ms. Collins! Tai read "Fiona, the Baby Hippo," a book written in braille, to our kindergarten class! Findlay Market Field trip 2017 Bubble Fun in our Preschool! Life Center Cincinnati was here today and we allowed our juniors and seniors to be organ donors. UK lets us see their MEDI man. Prom 2017 We Love Our Panthers! We Love Our Panthers! Celebrating Being 100 on the 100th Day of School! This is what we'll look like when we are 100! We are 100 Days Smarter! Working Together as a Team! Panther Pride! Mr. Frevola teaches the 2nd Grade about tortoises! Homecoming 2016 Team Building Day Egg Drop Competition Challenge Accepted! We Love Our Panthers! Let's Go, Panthers! Tailgate Fun! Graduating Students to Be Ready for College & Careers Proud of Our Town! SOARing at Zip City! Our Band is the GREATest! Elephant & Piggie visited our school! Learning to Box in SOAR! Our students visited KHEAA's College Road Show We love to read!

School Nurse

Your child's health is an important part of his or her education. Healthy children are better equipped to learn. Did you know that a resource exists at your child's school that provids basic health services to keep your child from missing school? The school nurse is there to provide first aid, administer medications, and provide health education information and programs.

The school nurse is not intended to replace the child's health care provider. If you need to contact the school nurse, please call: (859) 431-7242 ext 5204 or forms can be faxed to: (859) 655-7536.

MEDICATION GUIDELINES:
1. NO medications of any sort can be given without a doctor's order!!! Please DO NOT send medication to school without a doctor's order.
2. All medications, whether prescribed or over the counter, must come in the original container, complete with the label attached.
3. If your child is going on a field trip and needs to take medication...you must get a duplicate bottle from your pharmacy and place the appropriate medications and amounts in that bottle. The school nurse CANNOT take medications out of bottles already at school and send it on the day of the field trip
 

     

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Forms: Click these forms to open in pdf format

Eye Exam

Immunization Form

KHSAA Physical Form

Medical Exemption Certificate

Preventative Health Care Exam K-4

Preventative Health Care Exam 6-12

 

Ludlow Independent Schools  |  525 Elm St.  |  Ludlow, KY 41016
Phone:859-261-8210  |  Fax:859-291-6811