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Students learning real life work skills Welcome back staff and students! 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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Former CFI Student Enjoys Career Success

Dakota Kilburn finds career success after graduation

Dakota Kilburn, former Industrial Maintenance Technology student at Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation has found career success following graduation.

CFI Engineering Students Learn with VEX Robotics

Pic L-R: David Hall and Sam Bennett building a Fuel Cell Car to demonstrate how electrolysis works.

Pic L-R: David Hall and Sam Bennett building a Fuel Cell Car to demonstrate how electrolysis works.

CFI Students Learn Workforce Development Skills

Shyanna Collins installing an electrical operation switch.

Students in the Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT) program at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) are learning construction skills with the installation of electrical wiring systems utilized in construction and commercial settings.  “Our students are immersed in tactile learning in the labs based upon their studies in the classroom,” remarked Mr. Gary Karr, IMT instructor.

Students that participate in the IMT program may earn national level certification as an Electrical Technician through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).  Additionally, students may earn college credit for completing specified courses in the IMT program.  “We are proud of the rigorous training our students receive at the CFI that is designed to prepare them for higher wage, higher demand careers immediately available in the workforce,” said Dr. James M. Davis, CFI principal. For more information please call the CFI at 862-5580 and ask to speak with the program coordinator.

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