- UK King's Daughters Walk-In Care for Schools nurse practitioner Leigh-Ann Meade, APRN, is now offering care to students, staff, and faculty at Magoffin County Schools.
Meade’s care includes on-site exams, sick visits, immunizations, labs (flu, glucose, strep), and health education.
Meade earned her master of science in nursing, family nurse practitioner, at Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota and her bachelor of science in nursing from Morehead State University, Kentucky. She is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Prior to joining our Walk-In Care for Schools program, Meade worked for Hope Family Medical Center Pediatrics in Salyersville, Kentucky.
Magoffin County Schools students, faculty, and staff can schedule an appointment with Meade by calling (606) 474-1925. For more information on King's Daughters Walk-In Care for Schools services, go to KingsDaughtersHealth.com/WCS.
(FRANKFORT, KY) – To help ensure the Kentucky School Report Card is providing valuable information about Kentucky's public schools, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking input from administrators, educators, families and the community at large through a new survey.
KDE is in the process of seeking a vendor to create Kentucky’s new School Report Card website beginning with the 2023-2024 report card, scheduled for release in late fall 2024. The current Kentucky School Report Card site has been in place for five years, and the 2022-2023 release is the final release for this website.
The initial focus in year one of the new Kentucky School Report Card website will be meeting all federal and state requirements, but KDE wants your input to help ensure the Kentucky School Report Card provides a valuable resource for families, educators and local communities. The input received will help with defining priorities and shaping future report cards.
To fill out the survey, visit the Kentucky School Report Care Feedback Survey Google form.