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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.


21st Century After School Programs

Parents and Guardians, the 21st Century is offering students several afterschool activiies that include homework help. Please read, sign, and return to the Dayton High School either or both of the permission forms listed below.

21st Century Activities
Permission Form

Chess Club
Permission Form


Dayton HS

Lincoln School was Dayton’s first high school, opening in the fall of 1888 and holding its first graduation in 1891. Lincoln School served as a high school until a new Dayton High School opened in 1904.  Lincoln then was used as an elementary school for another 48 years until a fire took that building, and a new building was built.  The first Dayton High School building served as the high school from 1904 – 1924 until it burned down. 

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