Youth Services Center

  • Family support programs thrive in a community where resources, leadership, and caring come together in response to real problems and real opportunities. Recognizing the importance of the total family in educational success, we offer a Youth Services Center to enhance students' abilities to succeed in school by assisting youngsters and their families with access to community programs.

    At middle school level:

    • Health service and referrals to community health and social agencies;
    • Employment counseling, training, and placement for youth;
    • Summer and part-time job development for youths;
    • Substance abuse services or referrals;
    • Family crisis and mental health services or referrals.
  • COVID-19 assistance

    The LTMS Youth Service Center is here to serve you. We have compiled a resource list for you containing important information to make sure your family continues to have access to vital basic needs, information on food locations, community resources, etc. Please contact us at the information above should you need assistance.

     

    Food locations for Breakfast and Lunch: Breakfast and Lunch will be available for any child 18 years and younger. These meals will be served off school grounds at the following locations. Please choose one of the locations that is most convenient for your family. The sites listed below are the closest food stops in your area. The YSC Staff will be present at breakfast and lunch sites on days listed below to give out additional food bags and supplies as needed.

     

    Breakfast: Arlington Elementary (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Mon.& Wed)

    • 8am- Oak Hill Drive & Park Avenue
    • 8:20am- West 7th Street & Florida Street
    • 8:40am- 12th Street and Kees Road
    • 9am- North Limestone & Broadview Drive

     

    Ashland Elementary (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Mon.& Wed)

    • 8AM-   Eastern Ave & Wilson Street
    • 8:20am- East Second Street and Elm Tree Lane
    • 8:40am- Owsley Avenue & Menifee Avenue

     

    Harrison Elementary (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Tues. & Thurs.)

    • 8am- West 6th Street- Coolavin Apartments
    • 8:20am- Toner Street & West 5TH Street
    • 8:40am- DeRoode Street & Nathaniel Court
    • 9am- Willard Street & Edmond Street

     

    Lexington Traditional Magnet School (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Tues. & Thurs)

    • 8:30am- Lexington Traditional Magnet School
    • 8:30 Triple Crown Parkway & Mustang Crossing Drive

     

    Lunch:     Arlington Elementary (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Mon.& Wed)

    • 11:30am- Oak Hill Drive & Park Avenue
    • 11:50am- West 7th Street & Florida Street
    • 12:10pm- 12th Street and Kees Road
    • 12:30pm- North Limestone & Broadview Driv

    Ashland Elementary (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Mon.& Wed)

    • 11:30am-   Eastern Ave & Wilson Street
    • 11:50am- East Second Street and Elm Tree Lane
    • 12:12pm- Owsley Avenue & Menifee Avenue

     

    Harrison Elementary (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Tues. & Thurs.)

    • 11:30am- West 6th Street- Coolavin Apartments
    • 11:50am- Toner Street & West 5TH Street
    • 12:10pm- DeRoode Street & Nathaniel Court
    • 12:30pm- Willard Street & Edmond Street

     

    Lexington Traditional Magnet School (Additional food bags and supplies will be available on Tues. & Thurs)

    • 11:30am- Lexington Traditional Magnet School
    • 11:30am Triple Crown Parkway & Mustang Crossing Drive

     

    Community Resources: During this time if you are in need of basic needs assistance. Please remember that many community resources may have a higher volume of need at this time, and/or not be open at this time to ensure the well being of their employees.

    -United Way: For emergency assistance with paying utilities/rent/etc, dial 2-1-1.

    -God’s Pantry: God’s Pantry is open at this time. If you are in need of a food basket, please contact God’s Pantry at 259-2308. You are able to self refer.

    Health Care Services: If your FCPS student is in need of health care healthy clinics will be open.

    Healthy Kids Clinics: Please click link for specific healthy clinic sites and call to make an appointment,  https://www.fcps.net/Page/5484

    Healthy Clinic Location (closest to COE)

    Address: William Wells Elementary School

                   555 E Fifth St, Lexington, KY 40508

    Lexington Traditional Magnet School

    350 North Limestone

    Lexington, Kentucky 40508

    Health Department: The health department is also available for health care needs. Please visit the website at https://lexingtonhealthdepartment.org/,

                Health Department Address: 650 Newtown Pike; Phone Number: 859-252-2371

     

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  • red backpack FRYSC Backpack Meals

    Backpack meals are distributed every Friday in the Youth Service Center (YSC). LTMS students / families interested in receiving a backpack meal should contact Dollie Chestnut in the YSC.

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Advisory Council Meetings

  • YSC Advisory Council will meet the last Friday of every month from 1 to 2 p.m. in the LTMS Youth Services Center. Every meeting is open to the public. 

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