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Education

  • PHOTO: Conservation District Scholarship

    Michaela Rock of Sonora is the recipient of a scholarship from the LaRue County Conservation District. She is active in LaRue County 4-H and plans to attend Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and the University of Kentucky to dual major in animal science and child psychology. She hopes to find a career in 4-H Extension. She is congratulated by LCCD chairman Frankie Weller.

  • PHOTO: Shelton wins scholarship

    Emma Shelton of Hodgenville is the recipient of a scholarship from the LaRue County Conservation District. She is active in FFA and plans to attend the University of Kentucky to obtain a degree in agriculture education. She is congratulated by LCCD chairman Frankie Weller.

  • ON EDUCATING LARUE: It's scholarship time

    As every high school student seeking to go to college and his parents know, college is expensive and becoming more costly.

    A comparison of state and private colleges and universities in Kentucky for in-state students (source:  U.S. Department of Education’s 2013-14 IPEDS Survey) showed the cheapest cost for a year (includes tuition, room and board or estimated off-campus living expenses, books, supplies, and other fees) was $14,266 for a state school with prices ballooning to over $46,000 annually for a private college.

  • PHOTO: KPREP winners at ALES
  • Unbridled Testing begins May 11

    Schools are gearing up now for the annual Unbridled Learning assessments. Students have been challenged by their principals and teachers to do their best. Exciting “prep” rallies and other activities will be getting under way across the district to celebrate student success and encourage students to give their best effort in the coming weeks.

    Each school will run its own daily testing schedule. Students in grades 3-8 will complete K-PREP assessments Monday, May 11 through Friday, May 15.

  • LCHS student takes honorable mention in art contest

    Jordan Jones, a student at LaRue County High School, received an honorable mention in the Congressional Art Competition for Kentucky’s Second District.

    Congressman Brett Guthrie announced the winners of the competition.

    Jacob Price of Bardstown was the overall winner for the Second District

    The Congressional Art Competition, which began in 1982, allows the winning pieces of art to be displayed in the U.S. Capitol Building for one full year.

  • Bethlehem High School News

    Bethlehem High School, Bardstown, News
    January-April 2015
    Winter hit with a vengeance this year. Thanks to online classes, our students were able to keep up with their work, did not miss many snow days, and will graduate on time.
    Alumni weekend will be 6:30 p.m. July 31 in the Bethlehem cafeteria. All classes ending in a 5 or a 0 will be attending and the Class of 1965 will celebrate their 50th graduation year. The Class of 1965 will be honored with a luncheon at noon Aug. 1. Invitations will be out soon.

  • Teen's banner displayed at KSP Conference

    Meghan Tipton, a LaRue County High School senior, painted the school district’s banner this year that was displayed at the Kentucky School Board Conference Feb. 27 - March 1 at Louisville’s Galt House East.
    “Everyone thought it was the best banner there,” said Sam Sanders, LaRue County School superintendent. “We have donated it to The Lincoln Museum per her request.”

  • SCHOLARSHIPS: April 29, 2015

    The Lincoln Museum

    Applications for the Edward E. and Thelma S. Ford Lincoln Museum Scholarship are available at the LCHS guidance counselor's office or at The Lincoln Museum. This $500 scholarship is made available to a graduating high school senior or to an individual continuing their education. Applications must be received by 4 p.m. April 30. For more information, call 270-358-3163.

     

    Woman’s Club

  • School board: RC Cola wins bid

    RC Cola will again be the drink of choice for LaRue County Schools during the upcoming year.
    The LaRue County School Board decided at its April 20 meeting to award the beverage contract to RC, rather than its larger competitor, Pepsi.
    At the March meeting, board members considered a request by the district’s principals to award the bid to Pepsico for July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2018. The consensus was that Pepsi products would sell better.