Lloyd Memorial High School

Youth Service Center

While you’re cleaning your house this spring, it’s the perfect time to clean out your unused medications.

Safely dispose of any prescription medicine that is not currently part of your doctor’s treatment plan. It’s not safe to take those medications for reasons other than those they were prescribed for.

Don’t share your prescription medications with friends or family members even if they have similar symptoms. It’s never okay to take prescription medication that was not specifically prescribed for you. 

How to safely dispose of medications: National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
The next take back day is Saturday, April 24th. Click here to find a 
location near you.
Year-Round Take Back Locations
There are two online sources to find a drop box near you. The DEA and the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy

The Lloyd Student Energy Team will be sponsoring some fun, socially-distanced events the week of 4/19-4/23.   We want EVERYONE to get involved – so here are the details 🙂 
Monday – Kickoff the Nature Scavenger Hunt – prizes for students who find the most items (all EarthDay themed) and take pictures throughout the week – submit to Ms. Stolz in Room 11 by emailing or showing on phone between classes – she will mark everything off on a big poster hung in First Hallway – one grade level wins – only students who participate for their grade level receive the fabulous Eco-Friendly prizes!  (scavenger hunt will be printed to distribute to students Monday morning in 1st period prior to announcements – a digital copy will be emailed to each student – please also post in GC’s to help encourage them to participate – it is attached below!) 
Tuesday – Energy Superstar Breakfast for Teachers – our annual breakfast to celebrate YOU will be pre-packaged (no pancakes/eggs/bacon – but significantly more healthy – and COVID-free!) this year in the Teacher’s Lounge with info about resource conservation & prizes for those who come down to see the energy team kids share.  Come on down starting anytime after 7:30 am.  We appreciate all you do to help us be eco-friendly – even in a pandemic world! 
Wednesday – Wear Green & Get Outside – students/staff wear green that day and all teachers are encouraged to take their class outside for at least one part of their lesson (reading a book in the grass, taking a jog around the track, playing their instrument in the sunshine, sketching pictures of cloud shapes, serenading the maintenance staff with a choral arrangement, etc) – then take a socially distanced group picture of everyone enjoying the great outdoors to send to Mr. Wilmhoff! 
Afterschool Weds – Campus Beautification Walk – interested students meet outside room 11 at 3 pm for a walk around campus to collect trash, discuss storm drain management, and participate in the Energy Trail stations
Thursday – Trash to Treasure Jugg Sculpture Contest – each room will be delivered a container of “trash” (discarded materials Ms. Stolz & the staff have cleaned and collected for several years) to repurpose into a Juggernaut sculpture during the Thurs&Fri “house” time between 8 am and the announcements – each class will also be given information about how many pounds of trash have been saved from a landfill and recycling/upcycling/repurposing practices.  Sculptures will be displayed and “judged” the following week.  Only thing you will need to provide is perhaps a stapler – and an awesome, positive support for participation by your early-morning group! 🙂 
Friday – Garden Plantings – science teachers will bring their students out to the courtyard garden to select a succulent to plant in a little recycled pot and take home (or give to a staff member)  

My name is Josh Walton and I will soon be opening an insurance agency in Northern Kentucky, representing one of the leading insurance companies in the country. 

I will be hiring at least two team members who are native Spanish-speakers, and who are also fluent in English. These bilingual individuals will need to be able to communicate fluently with both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking customers. 

I am looking for hard-working, responsible individuals who are motivated by a challenge. No prior experience or specialized education is required, but skill and interest in sales and customer service is extremely important. Team members also need to be willing to learn and grow and work well in a fast-paced environment. 

The ideal candidates are looking for a career, not a short-term job. They will receive training and on-going professional development. After being hired, they will be expected to obtain insurance licenses. Full-time team members will work a schedule of approximately 44 hours per week on site in our office. They will receive base pay between $13 – $15 per hour, plus bonuses and commissions for meeting individual and team sales and service goals. I am also open to candidates who are interested in working part-time, and the schedule will be determined by need and availability. 

My agency is going to work to meet the needs of the Spanish-speaking community of Northern Kentucky by providing them with excellent customer service in their native language. I am licensed in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana, so we will also be serving the Spanish-speaking communities of Greater Cincinnati and the entire Tri-state area. 

Any interested individuals can contact: 

Josh Walton 


2021 WCC and Michael Ramundo Memorial Education Awards ($1,000 awards), Deadline May 7, 2021

The Woman’s Club of Greater Cincinnati established the WCC and Michael Ramundo Memorial Education Awards to encourage responsible civic awareness among local high school seniors who identify as female.  The $1,000 education awards are presented directly to recipients to be used as needed to further their educational goals.

This year the awards will be presented at a virtual event to be held on Thursday, June 3rd at 7;00 pm.  Award recipients will be notified approximately two weeks prior to the event.

2021 Essay Topic” With the WCC mission in mind, address your ideas about “Growing into Citizenship: Trusting my voice and making it heard.”

Content Requirements:
1. One page essay must be submitted in hard copy. No electronic copies will be accepted.
2. Essays should demonstrate clarity of thought, offer practical approaches, and give examples of the applicant’s community involvement.
3. Applicant information form must be completed in full, including signatures from students and parent/guardian.
4. One signed letter of recommendation from counselor, teacher or administrator must be included.

Only complete applications with all required information will be considered.  Submit all information requested together in on packet, in hard copy to our address below no later than noon on Friday, May 7, 2021.  Please note that office hours are M/W/F from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Ronnie Brooks Memorial ScholarshipApplication Requirements: 
Applicant is currently a Lloyd Memorial High School Senior with plans to attend college in the Fall of 2021
Applicant has plans for a career in education or public service
Applicant has maintained a GPA of 3.0 or higher
Applicant demonstrates commitment to making the world a better place through education or public service

Essay Question: “How has your education contributed to who you are today, and how do you plan to use your higher education to help create a better world?” Potential questions you may also cover in your essay:
From a financial standpoint, what impact would this scholarship have on your education?
What life experiences have contributed to your goals?

Directions to Apply:
Your essay should be no more than 1-2 pages (typed, 12 point font).
Your essay should be submitted with 1 letter of recommendation from someone who has worked with you in an academic or professional setting. 
Your school counselor should send verification of your grade point average. 
Please submit all items at one time in an email attachment to [email protected] should receive a response after your submission to verify that it was received. 
Deadline to apply: April 30, 2021


Please nominate one male and female for each category.  Versatile means someone who can get along with many different people.  Mr. and Ms. Juggernaut award will go to the senior who most encompasses the values and idea of LMHS and what it means to be a Juggernaut.  Nominations will be open through April 29th and voting will take place the week of May 3-7.  Please see or email Mrs. Brady if you have questions.  To nominate log into the senior Google Classroom and open the Google Form!

Mark your calendars! The North Central Area Health Education Center wants to invite you and your students to attend a 30-minute ZOOM presentation on Emergency Medical Services Technology.

Live Guest speaker will be Alex Reisenbeck, AAS, NRP Clinical Coordinator at St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Gateway Community & Technical College.

When: April 21, 2021 

Time: 1:15-1:45pm 

Where: via Zoom

Students will:

  • Learn about EMS, EMT, and Paramedic as a career choice
  • Be able to ask our guest speaker questions
  • Watch a virtual tour of the EMS lab at Gateway Community College 

Register herehttps://forms.gle/h5kG73aFGict6NPJ7

Space is limited to 100 participants and it is first come first serve. Register today! Follow the google forms link to join and to receive the ZOOM link!

For more info: Ms. Xavier M. Harden
Health Careers Program CoordinatorNorth Central AHEC500 Technology WayFlorence, KY 41042W- 859-815-7784F- 859-581-0589