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Dayton Drama Club Presents - Annie Jr Annie Jr logo

The Dayton Drama Club presents Annie Jr.

Come and enjoy a play presented by the Dayton Drama Club students. These students are excited to showcase this play for all, young and old. The play will be on Friday, April 25 and Saturday April 26 at 7:00pm in the Margret Erl Activity Center located in Lincoln Elementary School. 

Ticket Prices 
Adults - $5.00 
Children $3.00

Health Point Enrollment Forms - Online

The Health Point Health Center enrollment forms are now available online to download and print.  Click the Forms & Links button to the right to get access to these forms. Simply download the form and print to complete.

The HIPPA Privacy Notice is available to you for your information so that you are informed of your HIPPA Privacy Rights. You may download and print the notice if you choose, but it is not needed for the Health Center enrollment.

Health Point School Based Health Center Sees First Patient!

Health Point opens school-based health center at Lincoln Elementary.

                Health Point Family Care of Northern Kentucky opened a school-based health center April 10 at Lincoln Elementary School in the Dayton Independent Schools.  The health center also will be available to Dayton High School students.

                The Lincoln Health Center will be open on Thursdays, staffed by Health Point nurse practitioner Joanie Combs.  Services include physical exams, immunizations, and diagnosis and treatment of illness.  Parents must enroll their children in the school-based health center before services can be provided.

                School-based health centers provide many advantages for students and their parents, including:

  • The nurse practitioner has the training and authority to diagnose illness and prescribe medication.         
  • Provides convenient, inexpensive care where children already spend most of their day.
  • Overcomes problems of working parents, no transportation, and lack of health insurance.
  • Reduces absenteeism due to illness.

Health Point also operates school-based health centers in the Covington, Erlanger-Elsmere and Boone County school districts.        

Health Point is a non-profit primary care medical and dental practice, serving about 28,800 low-income and uninsured patients at health centers in Covington, Latonia, Bellevue, Florence and Nicholasville, Ky.

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