Each school in Ledyard has a full-time professional School Nurse on-site for the entire school day. They care for your children everyday, providing quality care and expertise while interacting with families in the community.
Putting on Airs
This is a program funded by the Connecticut Department of Health and
the Ledge Light Health District that helps you find out what may be
making your asthma worse. With your permission, a nurse and an
environmental health specialist, who are trained, will check your home
for things that start asthma attacks. Please ask your child's school
nurse for more information regarding this program.
Open Airways in an American Lung Association education program that is
presented in the schools. Your school nurse has been certified to teach
this program. It is for children ages 8-11 who have asthma. If you would
like to have your child attend one of these sessions, please contact
your school nurse.
United Community and Family Services Mobile Dental Program is an
initiative of the Smiles Across Southeastern Connecticut Oral Health
Collaborative. This program provides dental hygiene services (dental
exams, sealants, cleanings, fluoride treatment and oral hygiene
education) to elementary schools using portable dental equipment. A
dental caseworker helps coordinate necessary follow-up dental work and
assists with completion of HUSKY insurance and UCFS sliding fee