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Deadline to order is January 24th

Valley View Health Center, Manchester Welcomes New Nurse Practitioner

Valley View Health Centers would like to introduce and welcome Bailey Caughlan, CNP (Certified Nurse Practitioner), to our Manchester location. Bailey attended the University of Kentucky and graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. She continued her education at Mount St. Joseph University with her Masters in Science in Nursing to become a registered nurse. Bailey finished her education at the University of Cincinnati with her post MSN degree becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner.
We asked Bailey to tell us a little about herself-
I was born and raised in Waverly, Ohio. I love to spend time with my family and friends, and most importantly, my 11-year-old corgi, Drake. I love to travel. In the summers I enjoy spending my free time on the lake.

I am excited to get the opportunity to work in a school-based setting and to serve families in the area. I am eager to be a part of somewhere that provides such a wide array of services to those in the community. I'm looking forward to getting to know my patients and families on a more personal level.
I have spent the last nine years living in Cincinnati and working at Children’s Hospital. I am very passionate about children and ensuring they have consistent, accessible, and quality healthcare.
I am accepting new patients, both children, and adults, offering in-office and telehealth options.
To schedule an appointment with Bailey at our Manchester location, located inside Manchester schools, please call (937) 549-1270 or toll-free 1(866) 326-0060.

Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremony

Manchester HS Class of 2022 
Commencement Ceremony
Sunday, May 15, 2022 @ 3:00pm

Karen K. Ballengee Educational Foundation Meeting

Postponed until later date - TBA
Karen K. Ballengee Educational Foundation Meeting: 
Thursday, January 20, 2022
6:00 p.m. in the High School Roundroom


Youth Built Change

'Youth Built Change: Creating Community Researchers' partners with high school juniors to enable them to conduct research on drug abuse and addiction in two geographically and socio-demographically different settings that are both dealing with significant drug problems in their communities: rural Appalachia and urban Cincinnati. 

High school juniors work over the course of an academic year to develop their own research questions, to collect and analyze data, and to present results to academic audiences and to stakeholders and policymakers in their own communities. These students conduct research projects that are directly tied to their lives and are engaged as shared decision-makers in the research process.

The YBC Application Link is attached.  Any incoming Junior for the 2022-2023 school year interested in the program will need to complete the attached application in the link below BY February 15, 2022.  

Annual Tax Budget

The Annual Tax Budget is available for public view.  Please use the link below.

ATTENTION PARENTS: Important Letter Regarding Vape Issues

MLSD Ohio Improvement Process Plan 2021-2024


K-12 New Quarantine Guidelines

Please click link below for K-12 New Quarantine Guidelines
k-12-schools-quarantine-alternative.pdf

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