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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.  Staff and students enjoyed the end of the year field day activities.  Calli Cornett and Tessa Manning display a sheep kidney they recently dissected.   Mrs. Kristy Reid, faculty member at the Laurel County CFI, and a group of scholars participated in the Math Counts Competition at the University of the Cumberlands.  The team finished in 3rd place in the cooperative group exam. Showing our support for the Big Blue Nation today- Go Cats!  Student Dakota Kilburn gaining hands on experience Travis Lawson earned 2nd place in the residential electrical competition. Alfredo Diaz earned 5th place in the residential electrical competition. Industrial Technology (IMT) students Jacob Nichols, Chris Allen, and Bryston Gaylor are constructing the VEX Robotics competition playing field for training in the operation of robots.  CFI staff dress-up for Halloween to help raise funds for the American Cancer Society.  Pictured from L-R:  Mrs. Jack O’Lantern-Davis, Surgical Nurse-Mr. Bowling; Mrs. Pumpkin Spice-Bryant; Clown Scientist-Mrs. Allen; Jake from State Farm-Mr. Cummins; Ms. Snow White-Sizemore; Daisy from The Great Gatsby-Ms. Hobbs; Son of a Sailor Man-Dr. Davis; The Duluth Trader-Mr. Karr; The Hershey Kiss-Mrs. Moore; CFI Chief Meteorologist-Mr. Smith;  and The Canterbury Tales Monk-Ms. Nantz Students in the Allied Health program learn how to extract DNA.  Students Kaylee Rains and Clara Ward were the lucky winners of CFI Pride shirts for having perfect attendance.  Students in the Allied Health Science program recently toured Union College. National School Bus Safety week CFI Staff enjoys Christmas lunch after a successful first semester! CFI Pie Eating Contest on March 14! Working in the Commons Study Area. Dressed for Success! Smiles all around at the CFI CYber Cafe. Coming Attractions! Open study area. Industrial Maintenance equipment and instructional classroom. Area to gather and study. Conference Room. Science Classroom Students Bronson Baker, Elias Kurlinski, Ryan Gaines and Chris Foley test electrical switches and relays on Amatrol Trainers Students Sam Wagers and Taylor Burdine constructing their design using VEX Components.
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The Laurel County Center for Innovation
1100 East 4th Street
London, KY 40741  

Phone: 606-862-5580