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7th Grade Girls Basketball Middle School State Champions! Congratulations SLMS 8th Grade Girls Basketball Team on winning the Middle School Girls Gold Bracket Championship! Congratulations SLHS Girls Soccer 13th Region Champions Students had fun building towers out of marshmallows and spaghetti as a STEM activity at Wyan-Pine Grove. Mrs. Gray's Kindergarten class has been learning about book characters and recently participated in Character Dress-up Day during spirit week. Ms. Alsip is promoting health and fitness at Cold Hill Elementary.  Students are brining in Healthy Selfies showing ways they stay active outside of school. Camp Ground-Decorated chickens a little friendly Egg Drop competition. CFI Industrial Maintenance Technology students working in lab Children dressed up like going to the County Fair in celebration of the World Chicken Festival Mrs. Maggard's Kindergarten class is ready for the Chicken Festival Hunter Hills Elementary students dressed in patriotic clothing remember and honor Patriot Day Students reading books inside Bush Elementary library Photos of students meeting with college and military recruiters and staff at potluck for College Colors Day activities. Johnson Elementary Celebrates Patriot Day The Laurel County Sheriff's Dept, London City Police, and Ambulance Inc enjoyed breakfast at Sublimity Elementary before being celebrated with an Eagle strut through the building. Sublimity Elementary student working on classwork with some sloth friends Students ready for a great day of school at Hazel Green Elementary!  Picture of students seated at their desk. Photos of Johnson Elementary students smiling on the first day of school Colony students enjoyed the sunshine and working on their shapes! London Elementary' s Shark Week ended with a splash at Newport Aquarium! HG Elementary Academic Team Overall District Champions 2021 Governor's Scholar Program students Read Across America book characters photos at Cold Hill Colony Reading Across America Excitement Keavy students celebrated Read Across America week with different themes each day. Photos of London Elementary students dressed as future careers. Johnson Elementary-  Ms. Jewell's 4th Grade Science Class Snapshots of CFI students practicing hands-on skills LC School Logo with school supplies Thank you for allowing us to provide our students best educational opportunities possbile! Find out about school closings and district news by downloading the free Laurel County Public Schools app Clipart image with a superhero shield encouraging parents/guardians to read with a child for 20 minutes everyday We Love Laurel County Schools

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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!
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CFI Computer Science Students Program Sphero Robots

CFI Computer Science Students Program Sphero Robots

Students in Mrs. Samantha Bryant’s Computational Thinking class at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation are learning to write code to program Sphero robots for LED light variations.  “Our students are learning to write, deploy, and alternate codes to program the LED lighting within the Sphero robots,” said Bryant.  Students in the Computer Information Technology (CIT) program take classes in digital literacy, computational thinking, AP Computer Science, and computer programming to include languages such as Java, Python, and JavaScript.  “The students must develop an algorithm to create an expression via LED lights,” added Bryant.
“We are truly impressed by the talent demonstrated by the students and the utilization of advanced math skills and the digitization of program codes as elements of critical thinking and problem-solving,” remarked Dr. James M. Davis, Principal. Students can earn industry-recognized credentials as well as earn college credits in the program. “Our students become transition ready for college and careers in a higher wage, high demand career paths in computer sciences,” signaled Davis.

Titus Smith, Josh Collins, Emma Parman, Megan Smith, and Seth Perry used block coding to create a light matrix on their Sphero. Then they animated the matrix and used block coding to control the Sphero in a challenge down the hallway.

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