L-R: Riley Ledford, Anna Reid, and Jacob belt working on stop-motion animation project. Students are using photography and video skills to create a 15 to 30 second animation.
L-R: Kaitlyn Fields practicing bed bath and personal care skills with mannequin to prepare for clinical practicum rotations.
Chris Foley, former CFI student, shown displaying his Outstanding Lineman Award presented by Hazard Community & Technical College (HCTC).
Alumni Brooklyn Stark finds career success following graduation.
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Dakota Kilburn, former Industrial Maintenance Technology student at Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation has found career success following graduation.
Pic L-R: David Hall and Sam Bennett building a Fuel Cell Car to demonstrate how electrolysis works.
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.
Jessica Elwood and Cassidy Johnson collecting femur, tibia, and fibula leg bone measurements with Mrs. Reid.
Thursday, September 20th, has been designated state-wide as “High Attendance Day” for Kentucky schools. This day highlights the importance of regular school attendance and the correlation between attendance and student performance. Students who attend class regularly are more likely to keep up with their daily lessons, assignments, and academic achievement.
Awards will be distributed statewide based on each individual school’s attendance percentage. The school in each category (elementary, middle and high) with highest percentage attendance for that day will be awarded $500!
Let’s strive for 100% attendance on Thursday, September 20th and everyday!
Dylan Sergent receives instruction from Mr. Karr
Wes Wright, Junior Volunteer Fire Fighter from Keavy sharing his knowledge and experiences with his peers at CFI.
PIC 1, L-R: Cole Bales having name badge photo taken by Dean Grubb.
CFI student Johnathon Sheehan plans to become a certified pilot
Bronson McQueen will graduate from The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University
Pictured L-R: Mrs. Chandra Lawson, engineering faculty, Trevor Jones, Derek Cobb, Mr. Gary Karr, industrial faculty, Jared Bartley, Kaylie Smith, Caleb Hopper, Anna Reid, Trendon Ball, and Mr. Shane Smith, media faculty.
CFI students in the Health Science program at the Laurel County Center for Innovation attended the 2018 HOSA Conference
L-R: Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal, Peggy Mershon, London Rotary Club President, and students Ethan Coots and Jacob McCowan shown receiving donation check for SkillsUSA.
Top right picture L-R: Haley Smith, Autumn Smith, Caitlin Barton, and Drew Collett collaborating to present on the public health crisis of substance abuse, drug addiction, and prevention.
Bottom left picture L-R: Lindsey Gregory, Landen Roark, and Veronica Vanover provided public health presentations on Youth Smoking, Juvenile Diabetes, and Alcohol Abuse and Prevention.
Pictured: Jared Bartley shown with the VEX robot that he built and deployed which required critical thinking, problem-solving, and computer science programming skills.
Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT) students Dillan Gambrel, Chase Bowling, Chris Foley, and Chris Allen at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI)
Students in Mr. David Cummins college algebra class shown taking the course final exam in the conference center at CFI (Fall 2017)
Pictured: A Lincoln Electric Power MIG welder machine as well as some hand tools that are utilized in metal fabrication processes.
L-R: Mark Scarlett testing camera operations in the media studio with fellow students.