FLOYD COUNTY, Ky.— A Floyd County school is breaking new ground by allowing its students to take control of their educational future with the new Floyd County School of Innovation. This innovative school is providing an opportunity for hands-on learners to develop new skills through movement and obtain abilities that employers are looking for in future employees.
“We knew that we wanted to provide more pathways focused on continued computational thinking and provided to all of the children in the Floyd County area,” said Denise Isaac, chief information officer of Floyd County Schools.
Three different pathways will be offered. Pre-engineering, computer science and heavy equipment with each area of study partnering with a local business or educational institution. Students will have the opportunity to leave this program with industry certifications and dual credits that count towards college.
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