Melanie Callahan, Kappa Delta Pi Teacher of Honor recipient
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.
Saturday, May 13, 2017
7:00 pm at NLHS Auditorium
2017 North and South Laurel High Schools Graduations
Tonya Ford named new Principal at Keavy Elementary
Students from the CFI enjoying learning about the technical applications and programs at the EKU Gaming Institute.
McDaniel Learning Center recognized as Alternative Program of Distinction by the Kentucky Department of Education.
Jackson Energy delegates to the Washington Youth Tour leadership program were, from left to right, David Walker House, North Laurel High School; MacKenzie Morris, North Laurel High School; Allison Wade, Jackson County High School; and Jakob Smith, South Laurel High School.
The Laurel County Public Schools are providing free meals this summer, see sites and times below. Call 606.862.4600 for more information.
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Eclipse Eye Safety for Children
from the Kentucky Department
of Public Health
March 16-18 at 7pm and March 19 at 3pm. $10 admission, $5 for children 5 and under
SLHS Academic Team pose for a picture with US Capital in the background.
Laurel County Schools
Center for Innovation
Solar Eclipse Production
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.
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.
Team members pictured left to right: (Front Row) Matthew Sanders, Will White, Nathan Sanders and Colby Joseph. (Back Row) Coach Susan Cornelius, Chesney Jacobs, Jessica King, Coach Melissa Neeley, Allison Pham, Haani Khan, and Assistant Brittany Eversole
Matthew Sanders finished 1st in the Cumberland Falls Chapter Math Counts Competition.
The Huner Hills PTO will be hosting a 5K run/walk on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 10 am on Wilson Street (next to Corbin Recreation Park). Registration is $20 per person. Those who pre-register will receive a t-shirt.