Results released Sept. 27 from the Kentucky Core Content Test, an achievement assessment taken by all public schools in the state last spring, showed LaRue County Middle School improving in all areas over the previous year’s results.
Both Abraham Lincoln and Hodgenville elementary schools had significant gains in social studies and writing. HES improved in reading as well.
LaRue County High School’s reading scores improved 12.5 points. Math, science and writing all increased as well.
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