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.
Pictured from L to R: Superintendent Bennett, Johnny Phelps, Jimmy Phelps, Joe Schenkenfelder, Dan Smoot, Millard Root, Charlie Loomis, and Bobby Day.
Congratulations to our first certified LEOSA Security Response Team class! This class represents over 225 combined years of law enforcement and security expertise. The group is comprised of retired detectives and law enforcement officers from KY State Police, Sheriff and City Police, Bureau of Prisons, and private security firms.
Statement from Dr. Doug Bennett, Superintendent of Laurel County Schools
“On Saturday, February 17, a NLMS student made a threat against other students. Kentucky State Police arrested the student who is lodged in the Breathitt Detention Center on the Charge of Terroristic Threatening 2nd degree. The Laurel County School District safety protocol was followed in assisting the KSP.
We take all threats seriously and exercise every possible measure to keep our students and staff safe.”
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.
Tonya Ford named new Principal at Keavy Elementary
Bronson McQueen will graduate from The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University
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.
CFI students in the Health Science program at the Laurel County Center for Innovation attended the 2018 HOSA Conference
Cold Hill will be holding Brittain's Butterfly 5K and Fun Run in honor of Stephanie Brittain.
Saturday, May 19th, Fun Run begins at 8:30 AM and the race begins at 9:15 AM.
Location: 70 Souls Harbour Way, London, KY
Race Registration Fee $20.00, Fun Run $10.00
Registration form and additional information.
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Eclipse Eye Safety for Children
from the Kentucky Department
of Public Health
You are invited to attend our school matinee performances held on March 12 and 14 on the
campus of SLMS!
Performances will begin at 10:00am and 1:00pm each day. The show runs
approximately an hour and fifteen minutes long.
Tickets are $2 for students and can be reserved
by emailing or calling Shawn Sizemore at SLMS. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell Phone: 606.312.3537 School Phone: 606.862.4745
Laurel County Schools
Center for Innovation
Solar Eclipse Production
Pictured is Kiley Collett beside her cereamics piece, "Tainted Love." Also, pictured is a ceramic piece titled "Tree of Knowledge" created by Sadie Durant.
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.
Featuring Artisans from: COLD HILL, HUNTER HILLS, KEAVY, LONDON, SUBLIMITY, WYAN-PINE GROVE, SOUTH LAUREL MIDDLE and SOUTH LAUREL HIGH.
Held in the South Laurel High School Auditorium
March 12th thru the 14th from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
March 15th and 16th 8:00 am to 3:30 pm and 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
March 17th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Awards and Reception March 18th from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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.