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Hunter Hills Elementary students were able to watch a Monarch Butterfly emerge from its chrysalis Bush Elementary students learned about the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.  The school also displayed the Flag of Honor, which list the names of all the victims from the attacks. Keavy Elementary Recycle Team, learning how to reduce, reuse, and recycle Bus driver Shirley Mattingly reads to students as they wait to unload SLMS 7th grade students recently participated in EcoAdventures at Feltner 4H Camp Colony Elementary students are fans of the book series,  Pete the Cat Strength in sisters!  SLHS Volleyball team has seven sets of sisters playing together this  year! Camp Ground Elementary students utilizing their Chromebooks for the first time! To model the importance of a college education, SLHS staff and students enjoyed a week full of activities celebrating our state colleges.  The week culminated with faculty wearing college colors. CFI students utilizing their skills learned in the Media Arts Technology program Colony Elementary kindergarten students are ready to learn! Friends ready for school at NLHS Wyan-Pine Grove Elementary students back to school and back to learning! Johnson eagles were ready for school! Local businessman Garry Conley was recently recognized for being named the Junior Achievement Volunteer of the Year! Hunter Hills staff and students had a great first day of school! Central Office staff and administrators were ready to go back to school! London Elementary Tigers are ready for school! All smiles at Hazel Green Elementary on the first day of school!  London Elementary student Maggie Young recently celebrated her 9th birthday.  Instead of gifts, Maggie asked for donations for the Family Resource Center.  Way to go Maggie! Cold Hill Elementary students used their math skills to perform a math operation London Elementary student Annabelle Welch earns 1st place in the Cumberland Gallery Art Show-  WOW! Congratulations to our 2017-2018 class of Aspiring Administrators McDaniel Learning Center named by the KY Department of Education as an Alternative Program of Distinction NLHS student Lyjesta Buker poses beside her picture and 5th District Congressman Hal Rogers during the Congressional Art Competition’s National Reception for the 2018 winners. Summer Reading fun at Johnson Elementary! Summer fun at Colony Kindergarten Camp! The NLHS Band wowed audiences with their production of A Night on Broadway Johnson Elementary student practicing his two digit subtractions Our London Elementary and Camp Ground Elementary Derby fan are ready to run for the roses SLHS FBLA students, David Mansfield and Emily Dalton earn a trip to the FBLA Nationals in Baltimore as a result of their recent achievement-  Awesome Job! Historical figures came back to life during the Sublimity Elementary Wax Museum The SLMS Teens Who Care celebrated Autism Awareness month Congratulations to the Bush Elementary Archery Team for finishing in 2nd place at the 2018 NASP State Tournament Congratulation to the winners of Hometown Bank's Night of the Arts show. Wyan Pine student Heidi Stark displayed her artistic talent in her bottle character display of  Clara Barton, Red Cross founder Congratulations to the SLMS Volleyball team for recently winning the Gold Brackett Championship! Audiences were wowed by the Beauty and The Beast Jr production at NLHS NLMS Academic Team students receive honors at the KAAC State Governor's Cup! Congratulations to the Hazel Green Elementary Academic Team for winning the overall Region 27 Governor's Cup! Bus Drivers Needed Congratulations to Bush Elementary and Cold Hill Elementary  for scoring in top 10 in the state on the 2017 K-Prep Johnson Elementary students perform well at Regional Governor's Cup Cat in the Hat paid a special visit to Wyan Pine students during Read Across America week Camp Ground Elementary students and Principal Wells had fun celebrating Read Across America week! London Elementary students and staff are having fun celebrating Read Across America week! Congratulations to the Bush Elementary Archery team for winning the NASP Region 11 tournament Hunter Hills students earned the gold medal during the Hunter Hills Elementary Reading Olympics Colony Elementary students in Mrs. Alsip's class are 100 days smarter We Love Laurel County Schools Sublimity students displayed their creativity celebrating being in school 100 days Keavy Elementary students celebrated going to school 100 days! Students at London Elementary celebrated being in school 100 days! Read with your child for 20 minutes everyday SLHS senior Ashley Bennett is focused as she puts the final touches on her painting for her Visual Arts class Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT) students Dillan Gambrel, Chase Bowling, Chris Foley, and Chris Allen at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) Wyan Pine Grove students are ready for Christmas break! Bush Elementary students had a special visitor to bring in the holiday spirit I don't see any grinches at Keavy elementary NLMS students who attended Science Camp dissected sharks

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Laurel County Schools District web site. The Teachers, Administrators, Staff, Board Members, and I share a commitment to ensure that Laurel County students receive the best educational services possible. Laurel County Schools care about our students, community and nation. We are driven to do our part to help build a prosperous future, filled with opportunity for our students. We believe in doing great things for kids.
Doug Bennett Ed.D.
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September 20th High Attendance Day!

Attendance HERO

Thursday, September 20th, has been designated state-wide as “High Attendance Day” for Kentucky schools.  This day highlights the importance of regular school attendance and the correlation between attendance and student performance.  Students who attend class regularly are more likely to keep up with their daily lessons, assignments, and academic achievement. 

Awards will be distributed statewide based on each individual school’s attendance percentage.  The school in each category (elementary, middle and high) with highest percentage attendance for that day will be awarded $500!

Let’s strive for 100% attendance on Thursday, September 20th and everyday!

CFI Students Learn Workforce Development Skills

CFI- Electrical Wiring

Dylan Sergent receives instruction from Mr. Karr 

2018 Elementary Basketball Schedule

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Character Word of the Month

September Word of the Month- Responsibility