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NLMS Cheer KAPOS 13th Region Super Large Division Champions 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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Welcome to the Laurel County Schools District web site. The Teachers, Administrators, Staff, Board Members, and I share a commitment to ensure that Laurel County students receive the best educational services possible. Laurel County Schools care about our students, community and nation. We are driven to do our part to help build a prosperous future, filled with opportunity for our students. We believe in doing great things for kids!
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NLMS 6th Grade Student Attends the National Youth Leadership Forum Pathways to STEM NLMS Charlotte Smallwood

North Laurel Middle School sixth-grade student Charlotte Smallwood recently attended the National Youth Leadership Forum Pathways to STEM program. The forum focused on developing critical thinking skills while practicing medical techniques during a realistic simulation titled When Care Is Hours Away. The special session was created in collaboration with Dr. Paul Auerbach and Dr. Rebecca Smith-Coggins, professors in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University's School of Medicine. The forum concluded with students providing a presentation on their experiences and what they learned.  

Charlotte was nominated to attend the forum by her fifth-grade teacher Natalie Napier at Colony Elementary.

Way to go, Charlotte! 


CFI Industrial Technology Students Build Food Donation Box For Local Non-Profit

Students in the Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT) program at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) recently worked on a community service project with Cumberland River Behavioral Health to construct a Food Donation Box. Mr. Gary Karr, IMT Program Coordinator, explained that students utilized re-purposed lumber from the construction lab to design, build, and paint the box, making it durable to hold significant donations. Mrs. Bridgette Ham, Cumberland River Behavioral Health, remarked that she was excited and pleased to partner with the CFI on this project. “Food insecurity is a major issue for many of our clients, and we wanted to help them during times of challenge with access to foods,” added Ham. 

Students learn electrical, construction, automation, and welding fabrication skills in the IMT program. They can also earn national certification as an electrical technician and OSHA safety certification. “We are exceedingly proud of the students and their work in the labs and developing their career potential,” remarked Dr. James M. Davis, Principal. Dr. Davis explained that industrial students that have completed the program are now working in high-wage, high-demand careers in advanced manufacturing and the industrial trades all across the region. 

CFI IMT students build food donation box

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