L to R: CFI students, Eli Kurlinski and Hunter Smith, preparing to install lighting inside the SLHS Marching Band trailer.
Top to Bottom: Mr. Jay T. Hall, Executive Director, Office of Film and Tourism Development with the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet speaking with media students at the Center for Innovation (CFI) on November 3, 2017.
The faculty and staff of the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) took advantage of the Halloween Holiday on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 and sponsored a Spooktakular Blood Drive event in partnership with the Kentucky Blood Center. This blood drive event was the 2nd annual blood donation event at the CFI and it was a great success said Tammy Jones, MSN, RN. We collected 39 units of blood product from today’s drive event, added Jones. Our HOSA students were instrumental in the planning and conducting of this very successful Spooktakular Blood Drive event remarked Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal.
Pictured L-R: Kennedy Stone, Allied Health Science student, and Dr. Oakley of Oakley Chiropractic Center of London
Mr. Gary Karr, CFI instructor, shown providing the class with information and examples of tool usage and differences between wiring and cabling as they begin a unit of study on residential electrical construction.
Simulated patient Ethan Strunk is being provided harness mobility assistance by health science students Kaitlyn Day, Alyssa Willis, and Kassie Hensley under the supervision of Mrs. Jones, MSN, RN., health science instructor.
Alexandria Asher shown identifying and reciting her poem in class at the CFI.
L-R: Adrienne Worley, Madison Bishop, Lexi Spitser, Scotland Stewart and Chase Carson recently visited Lincoln Memorial University’s DeBusk Medical
Mr. Smith providing instructions to Victoria Patterson, Cade Holcomb, Sean Mounts, and Anna Reid on how to set up a commercial quality photo shoot to include props and LED lighting systems.
Makinley Vaughn, Cassidy Johnson, Natalie Smith and Bailey Roberts analyzing the simulated crime scene and collecting evidence to inform their forensic and medical investigation
Mr. Shane Smith, Media Arts Technology instructor at the Center for Innovation (CFI), leading a workshop session at the 2017 KACTE conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
L-R: Ms. Deana Nantz, CFI instructor, and Ms. Kaitlyn Hubbard, CFI student and published poet, celebrating the importance of creative writing, literature, and language arts.
Faculty, staff, and administrators from Laurel Heights and the Center for Innovation observe the signing of the Clinical Practicum agreement between Mrs. Kathey Young, Administrator of Laurel Heights Nursing Home, and Dr. Doug Bennett, Superintendent of Laurel County Schools.
Pictured L-R: Mr. Jim Ball and Mr. Derrick Dean of Jackson Energy Cooperative (JEC) presenting a grant award check to Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal, on Wednesday, May 17, 2017.
Pictured: Students utilizing play-dough to set up digital commands with the computer software.
Mr. Joe Marthaler, Chief Flight Instructor and Assistant Professor of Aviation providing career pathway information to CFI students.
Students are practicing triage and resuscitation skills (CPR) with the mannequins at EKU.
Students from the CFI enjoying learning about the technical applications and programs at the EKU Gaming Institute.
Drew Collett earned 2nd place in Behavioral Health competition at the 2017 Kentucky HOSA conference.
L-R: Travis Lawson, Hannah Roberts, and Katie Burgmans wearing their medals with CFI Pride!
Lucas McGhee earned 1st place in Technical Math
Taylor Burdine earned 2nd place in Technical Math.
Dr. Jonathan Oakley of London, Kentucky providing lecture and discussion session on chiropractic medical care at the Center for Innovation.
The Laurel County Center For Innovation chapter of Skills USA will be hosting a Christmas Photo fundraiser on December 2, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and December 3, 2017 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m at the Center For Innovation. Students in the Skills USA Program will take your family Christmas Pictures with the proceeds going to help fund their trip to regional and state competitions. The photo sessions are 15 minutes for $25 dollars and we will deliver 10 digital proofs via email. Please book your 15 minute session ahead of time by emailing Skills USA Adviser Shane Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him by phone at 862-5580 ext. 6515.
L-R: 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.