Lloyd Memorial High School

Youth Service Center

Good afternoon! We hope the week is going well for everyone and that you all are excited about the beautiful weather this weekend!! We want to let everyone know that we are still doing GoPacks through the end of May but this Monday May 25th we will be closed. So next week the pickup times are Tuesday – Friday from 12 to 6.


Here is a link to our website that also updates pick up times: https://www.7hillschurch.tv/covidhtc/. Please feel free to post this in a message or on your website if that is better for you.


Below you will find some of the contents of these GO PACKs:

  • Oatmeal
  • Spaghetti
  • Can of vegetables
  • Applesauce Cup
  • Packet of fruit snacks
  • Packet of Goldfish
  • Granola bar
  • Toilet Paper


We have made sure that our facility where these bags were packed was cleaned and disinfected. All volunteers involved in packing these wore gloves and were not COVID-19 symptomatic in any way at the time of packing.


Parents can pick up a GO PACK next week Tuesday 26th  – Friday 29th

Where: 7 Hills Church (6800 Hazel Ct. Florence, KY 41042). Follow the signs to the RED FLAGS on campus. Families will pick up their GO PACK at the red flags

When: Tuesday 26th – Friday 29th  from 12pm to 6pm


*For us to best serve our community we are asking that families only request 1 box per 2 family members in their household.


It will be a drive-thru experience so parents will not need to get out of their car. Our volunteers will walk the packs out to their car with gloves on and will maintain appropriate distance. We appreciate everything you are doing to serve families during this time. Stay safe and well!



The 7 Hills Church Outreach Team

A drive thru parade for Seniors will be held in the circular driveway of LMHS on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 1pm (weather permitting.)

Stop by and see the LMHS Staff

We are proud of you!

Any student who receives Free or Reduced Lunch and gets EBT money , you may be getting additional money added to your EBT card.  Lloyd Students eat free meals so even if you do not receive EBT funds you can apply for the $313.50.  Students who eat free meals at school can also apply for this benefit between June 1 and June 30.

*EBT funds are commonly known as food assistance.

Register online at www.familynurture.org if you are interested in the following FREE classes.  

Energetic Anatomy 101

Tuesday, June 2nd, 6-7:30 p.m.

In today’s climate, we are looking for ways to improve our health and wellness and build our immunity and resilience. All things considered, we can’t forget about taking care of our energetic bodies too. When we understand our energetic health, we can use that knowledge to heal ourselves physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

In this workshop, you’ll learn about the parts of your energetic body and how each part influences your health and wellbeing. You’ll come away with practical knowledge that you can use immediately to help you reach new levels of health and wellness.

 Introduction to Health and Wellness the True Body Way

Tuesday, June 9th 6-7 p.m.

 This one-hour workshop is an introduction to a 6-week class that will be offered at the Family Nurturing Center later this summer, as soon as it’s safe for us to be physically together.

 Stress and challenges with mood and emotion, concentration, and connection with others may be compounded by our current world pandemic. But there are measures we can take to support ourselves in healing as we move into a place of wellness. In this workshop, you will be introduced to True Body Project and how the use of movement, creation, seeing acting and documentation can be used to create a healthy relationship with yourself and with others.

Introduction to Healthy Beginnings

This class is designed for any family who is preparing to welcome or has recently welcomed newborns and infants into their lives through pregnancy, kinship care, fostering or adoption.

Tuesday, June 16th 6-7 p.m.

 This one-hour workshop is an introduction to a 4-week class that will be offered at the Family Nurturing Center later this summer, as soon as it’s safe for us to be physically together.

 Nothing inspires us to institute a change in our health and wellness like crossing the threshold into a new period of marking time. It is even more evident when the new season is the welcoming of a child into our lives.

This introductory workshop provides an overview of the Healthy Beginnings Program and explores the core concepts of bonding, communication, and the creation of healthy environments that support the health and wellness of children and families. We explore the importance of supporting each child in their individual trajectory of development and setting them up to thrive.

May 22nd starting at 1pm the cities of Erlanger and Elsmere will conduct parades through each city, respectively,  they are planning on traveling down the street of each senior with signs and banners to celebrate the students. Following that tribute, the LMHS faculty will have a second parade lead by SRO Abney, and other members of the Erlanger PD.