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Thank you to KY Innovation Network of London for sponsoring our Coffee Cafe Students Mallory Singleton and Conner Burns were recognized for their outstanding attendance this fall.  Each received a gift card to Starbucks. Students Darrell Williams and Kaitlyn Day utilize the Anatomage table to study the human nervous system Allied Health Science student Kennedy Stone poses with Dr. Oakley of Oakley Chiropractic Center of London Students in the Biomedical Science program recently toured the campus of Lincoln Memorial University Students learn through hands on experience about the ways to move patients safely and comfortably Callie Cornett and Tessa Manning display a sheep kidney they recently dissected

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Welcome to the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI). Our team of faculty and staff are prepared to deliver a rigorous and challenging learning environment for students. We have developed a school culture that embraces the concept of student engagement, inclusion, and collaboration. Our highly qualified faculty members with content specializations in English, math, or technical education are able to deliver their instructional content while also integrating components connected ...
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Laurel County Schools Statement on Copy-Cat Threats

Copy-Cat Threat Statement

 

 

CFI Students Provide Public Health Presentations

Students in  the Allied Health Science Program presented at The Future of Public Health in Kentucky

Top right picture L-R:  Haley Smith, Autumn Smith, Caitlin Barton, and Drew Collett collaborating to present on the public health crisis of substance abuse, drug addiction, and prevention.

Bottom left picture  L-R: Lindsey Gregory, Landen Roark, and Veronica Vanover provided public health presentations on Youth Smoking, Juvenile Diabetes, and Alcohol Abuse and Prevention.

CFI Students Operating VEX Robotics

Pictured:  Jared Bartley shown with the VEX robot that he built and deployed which required critical thinking, problem-solving, and computer science programming skills.

Pictured:  Jared Bartley shown with the VEX robot that he built and deployed which required critical thinking, problem-solving, and computer science programming skills.

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    Honesty- February Word of the Month