Members of the Technology Students of America (TSA) club at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) received a significant donation from Sauced, a local craft foods dining company, “We really enjoy supporting local education programs, and this donation is made to help technical programs be able to participate in competitions,” said Gina Wilson, owner of Sauced. Sauced is a craft Pizza, Pasta, and Salad restaurant located in downtown London. The “Dine to Donate” event provided a percentage of sales from Tuesday, November 16th.
Mrs. Samantha Bryant, Computer Information Technology, and Mrs. Chandra Lawson, Engineering Technology, serve as co-advisors at the CFI. Lawson and Bryant are providing rigorous STEM courses and career pathways for students in Engineering, Aerospace, Aviation, Computer Science, and Information Technology. Both faculty members expressed their appreciation for the contribution and are looking forward to utilizing the funds for student travel to regional and state conferences, where CFI students will participate in skills development competitions.
Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal, offered sincere thanks to everyone who came out and enjoyed a delicious meal at Sauced. Dr. Davis also expressed his sincere appreciation to Sauced for their support of the CFI and their willingness to help raise funds for competitions.