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Education

  • Symone Whalin receives national recognition by Beta Club

     Symone Whalin, an eighth-grader at LaRue County Middle School, is a recipient of the John W. Harris Leadership Award. 

    Whalin, the daughter of James and Retina Whalin of Sonora, is one of only 25 students in the nation to receive the award. She will be honored at the Kentucky State Beta Convention in February. 

    The National Beta Club has been encouraging and developing leadership skills in America’s youth since 1934.

  • PHOTO: WKU honors students

  • FOCUS ON STUDENT WORK: Eastern disunion

     The European Union was created to unite Europe after experiences with World War I and World War II. European citizens faced the extreme destruction and violence brought on by the wars. The European Union wanted to bring citizens of Europe together to create a common friendship and bond economically, politically and culturally. However, the European Union has not really accomplished its goal in uniting Europe, but has really caused more division among European countries.

    Economic Division of the E.U.

  • SCHOOL CALENDAR - Nov. 7, 2012

     ALL SCHOOLS

    Nov. 22 – Holiday

    Dec. 19-31 – Winter Break

    May 21, 2013 – Last day for students

     

    ALES

    Site-based council schedule

    For more information, call the school at 358-4112.

     

    HES

    HES site-based council

  • LCHS HONOR ROLL - FIRST QUARTER 2012

     LaRue County High School

    First nine weeks

    All “A” Honor Roll

     

  • ALES celebrates student bravery, accomplishments

     Students and staff at Abraham Lincoln Elementary celebrated the final week of October with the life skill emphasis of courage. This week was also the school’s Red Ribbon Week, therefore students were asked to demonstrate courage by remaining drug free. Students wore red for the kickoff and then sported red ribbons for the remainder of the week.

  • Unbridled Learning Scores: LaRue in top 11 percent

     Results from the Unbridled Learning accountability assessment released last week show that LaRue County School District’s scores placed among the top 11 percent of the 174 school districts across Kentucky.

    The district was at the 89th percentile, the Proficient level, meaning that its scores were equal to or better than 89 percent of the districts taking the new statewide testing assessment.

  • LaRue County High School Honor Roll - First Quarter 2012

     LaRue County High School

    First nine weeks

    All “A” Honor Roll

     

  • Kentucky Schools Report Card

     Kentucky Schools Report Card

    11-2-2012

     

     

    County                       Score              Percentile Rank

     

  • KHEAA TIPS: Be careful on social media sites

     While keeping in touch with friends on social media sites is fun, giving out too much information can lead to financial problems. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help you limit your exposure.

    Unscrupulous people may try to use your posted information to commit crimes. To help protect yourself and your personal information, follow these tips:

    · Make your contact information private. Never post your phone number, address or e-mail address. Scammers can piece together your identity from this information.