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Education

  • Calendar for LaRue County Schools

    Opening day for teachers, August 3

    First day of school, August 5

    Holiday (Labor Day), September 7

    Fall break, October 5 – 7

    Out day, not in calendar, November 2

    Professional Day (no students), November 3

    Teacher work day (no students), November 25

    Holiday (Thanksgiving), November 26

    Out day, not in calendar, November 27

    Winter break, December 21 – January 1

    Holiday (Martin Luther King Day), January 18

    Holiday (President’s Day), February 15

  • LCMS Dress code changes

    There have been some changes made to the LCMS dress code for the upcoming school year. To give our parents as much notice as possible, please see the updated policy below.

    •Clothing must be appropriate for school. (For example: no pajamas, house slippers, etc.) Clothing must be free of holes, frays, cuts, tears, etc. above the knee. Covering the hole or placing/wearing a material under the hole is not acceptable).

  • LaRue County Bus routes

    140, Ceclie Miller, North Lyons Station

    128, Jessica Skaggs, Enlow, Dangerfield, Herbert Howell ,Logan Skaggs, Ball Hollow, Pleasant Church, Bennett, Gardner, Ferrill Hill, L&N Turnpike, Greensburg Rd., Peachtree

    118, SUBS PM, Hodgenville City Pamida, College St, Kids Krew, Forrest, Lincoln Blvd Cox’s Lane, Thurman

    118, Steve Skaggs, Hodgenville City- Walters, W.High College Kids Krew , Cox St , Kirkpatrick, Maple to Greensburg St.

  • High school afternoon bus lineup

    LCMS side

    119 WILL AUBREY

    137 BRIEN YOUNG

    122 SANDY BELL

    118 SUBS

    125 Ron Brown

    139 STEVE CLARK

    131 SHARON AUBREY

    133 ANTHONY UNDERWOOD

    120 LARRY MILLER

    121 MIKE THOMAS

    140 CECLIE MILLER

    Football field

    130 SANDY FATHERGILL

    117 Paul Cottrell

    127 JUANITA LAWLER

    128 Jessica Skaggs

    123 PEGGY JONES

    135 LINDA WILMOTH

    124 Donna McAdams

    126 JR CARBY

    114 BECKY WEASE

  • Hodgenville Elementary School Supply lists

    Kindergarten

    1 box of fat Crayola Classic color markers

    6 boxes of crayola crayons (24count)

    12 glue sticks

    1 pair of Fiskars blunt-tip scissors

    1 box of yellow #2 pencils

    1 standard-sized backpack (no wheels)

    1 roll paper towels

    1 box of Kleenex

    1 box of zipper style gallon plastic baggies

    4 cans of regular-sized “Play-Doh” (not generic)

    1 bottle hand sanitizer

    1 tub Clorox wipes

    1 package baby wipes

  • New teachers in LaRue County

    Hodgenville Elementary

    Kylee Ferkel, 4th Grade. Ms. Ferkel has spent the past 3 years as a 4th grade teacher at Buckeye Woods Elementary in Grove City, Ohio.  Prior to that, she taught one year at Columbus Preparatory and Fitness Academy in Columbus, Ohio.  She is a graduate of The College of Saint Rose, in Albany, New York, and received her Masters of Education in Educational Psychology from Texas Tech University.

  • LaRue County back to school reminders

    With students returning to classes August 5, LaRue County Schools have some back-to-school reminders:

    All LaRue County public schools now have buzzer entry systems installed and operating.

  • Foreign exchange in LaRue County

    LaRue County families will host eight foreign exchange students who will attend LaRue County High School during the 2015-16 school year.

    Katie Wheatley is local coordinator for the Council on International Educational Exchange, a non-profit, non-governmental organization that places the students.

  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Supplies

    Kentucky high school students and 2015 graduates should check their Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) accounts for accuracy.

    KEES allows students to earn money for college by getting good grades in high school and for qualifying scores on the ACT or SAT. Students eligible for free or reduced lunches may also earn awards for good scores on Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Cambridge Advanced International exams. KEES is administered by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

  • Students should check KEES accounts for accuracy

    By TIM BALLARD

    KHEAA

    Kentucky high school students and 2015 graduates should check their Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) accounts for accuracy.

    KEES allows students to earn money for college by getting good grades in high school and for qualifying scores on the ACT or SAT. Students eligible for free or reduced lunches may also earn awards for good scores on Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Cambridge Advanced International exams. KEES is administered by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).