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NO School, Monday, January 17, 2022 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr Day January is School Board Recognition Month Congratulations NLMS Cheer 2021 KAPOS Super Large Division Champions Collage of Wyan-Pine Grove Elementary students at Whoville Family Reading Night event Sublimity Elementary students celebrated their own storybook character ornaments to decorate the Christmas tree in their school libary. A Keavy Christmas with photos from Family Reading Night Keavy Elementary Kindergarten Students All Smiles for their Snowball Fight Picture of student with a Grinch and two other students drawing snowmen Photos of students building roller coasters to learn about the Law of Conservation of Energy NLHS student makes elephant toothpaste using hydrogen peroxide, soap, and sodium iodide in Ms. Ryle's class SLMS Dance Team Crowned First Place in Pom and First Place in Overall Dance at The KY Crown Classic SLHS Cheerleaders KHSAA Competitive Cheer Region 7 Medium Region Champions NLHS Cheerleaders Region 7 Competitive Cheer Region 7 Small Region Champions AR 50 Pt Club Ice Cream Social London Tigers Thanks Veterans Johnson Elementary Celebrates Veterans Day Photos of Veterans with students London Elementary students selected for the 2021 SKMA All Festival Choir Photos of students eating and playing Halloween games Photo collage of Johnson Elementary students and their families at Fall Reading Night Keavy Elementary students having fun at Haney's Apple Orchard 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. LC School Logo with school supplies CFI Industrial Maintenance Technology students working in lab Students reading books inside Bush Elementary library 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 2021 Governor's Scholar Program students Keavy students celebrated Read Across America week with different themes each day. 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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Students Develop Skills in the Construction Lab Students Constructing tiny houses at the CFI Industrial Maintenance lab

Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT) program students at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) are learning and developing construction skills in the building and construction of uber tiny house units. According to Mr. Gary Karr, IMT Program Coordinator, the project has the students frame four walls with typical residential measurements and a layout to include the framing of a doorway, windows, trusses, and load-bearing walls. “After the walls are built and houses put together, the students then run multiple residential branch circuits inside to attempt to power the house. Students are utilizing residential service panels (breaker boxes, non-metallic device boxes, and will be running stranded wire through a branch external to the house,” said Karr. Students learn construction terminology, such as Top Plate, Bottom Plate, Stud (King, Jack, and Support), Sills, Headers, and more,” added Karr. Mr. Karr explained that once students have learned the fundamentals of hand tools and safety protocols, they can practice skills in the lab wiring up electrical receptacles, switches, and lighting fixtures as found in typical residential structures.  

“We are fortunate to be able to integrate important math skills in the technical labs based upon the classroom instruction provided by our math faculty at the CFI,” said Mrs. Kristy Reid, math instructor.   Students can earn industry-recognized career-ready

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