Districtwide Resources amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Food service: Free meals are available for anyone age 18 and younger; children do not have to be present. Please limit one pickup per household per day.
Some families also receive help buying groceries through the federally funded Pandemic EBT cards, which are mailed to qualified households.
Social/emotional, mental health, and basic needs: Visit the district's Emotional Support & Self-Care Resources: Virtual Center for Resilience or submit a request for services, and a professional from Student Support Services will respond.
Family Resource Centers and Youth Services Centers: Coordinators can make referrals and assist families with basic needs.
"Face It: a Series of Family Chats": an interactive, online community of support organized by FCPS and the 16th District PTA.
- "Face It" on Facebook -- Join in Thursday evenings at 6:30 (in English) or 7 p.m. (in Spanish).
Circle of Support: a monthly (virtual) program conducted in Spanish where families can chat and network as they strive to provide a healthy environment for their children. Email district mental health specialist Liz Epperson for details.
Healthy Kids Clinics: The school-based clinics provide medical, behavioral, and dental care for students and families. Choose from the Healthy Kids Clinics list of locations, or call (859) 288-2425 for assistance. HealthFirst Bluegrass also offers services at these community clinics:
- Medical: 496 Southland Drive or 1640 Bryan Station Rd.
- Dental: 496 Southland Drive or 650 Newtown Pike
- Pharmacy: 496 Southland Drive or 1640 Bryan Station Rd.
For FCPS employees
Visit our COVID-19 Benefits page for resources and leave forms.
FCPS Central Office
District offices are partially open with limited staff; appointments are recommended. All visitors must enter through the front door and be screened. For general FCPS information or questions, call (859) 381-4100 between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. Interpreters are available.
Latest health information
Kentucky's Cabinet for Health and Family Services;
Kentucky's hotline: (800) 722-5725