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Education

  • PHOTO: Mother Goose visits HES

      The kindergarten boys and girls at Hodgenville Elementary enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose Vicki Devers. Pictured are Chase Skaggs, Nikki Blair, Marlene Salazar, Garrett Dohn and Hailie Sams.

  • PHOTO: Teen Leadership

     Teen Leadership Academy participants attended a retreat at Camp Loucon.  From left, Kristina Durbin, Michaela Rock, Turner Cottrell and Delaina White.

  • Campbellsville University among tops in region

     Campbellsville University’s has remained in the top regional universities in the South, according to the U.S. News & World Report rankings.

    The University is listed also in the Chronicle of Higher Education as being among the nation’s fastest growing campuses. It is the 16th fastest growing educational institution in the United States from 2000 to 2010.

  • SCHOOL CALENDAR: 9/12/2012

     

    ALL SCHOOLS

    Oct. 1-5 – Fall Break

    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

    HFRC Advisory Council meeting

  • PHOTOS: HES hosts grandparents
  • Couple presents Peace Corps program to students

     Many Kentuckians will never leave the continental United States in their lifetime. The majority of us probably don’t even own a passport. To some residents of the landlocked bluegrass state Florida might seem like a tropical paradise.

  • School board adds teaching position

     The LaRue County School Board approved the creation of a hearing impaired teacher at a special called meeting on Aug. 20.

  • On EDUCATING LARUE: Agencies help families, sponsor activities and clubs

     Providing the best academic instruction and tools is vital if a school wants to prepare students for their best opportunities for success after graduation.

    Important as these things are, however, there’s more to success than academics.  Other barriers exist that don’t deal directly with school subjects, including the need for referrals to health and social services; career exploration and development; summer and part-time job development (high school only); substance abuse education and counseling; and family crisis and mental health counseling.

  • School board approves new teaching position

     The LaRue County School Board approved the creation of a hearing impaired teacher at a special called meeting on Aug. 20.

    The school district already had a contract with Hardin County to provide the service to students.  However, the contract does not cover services to preschool students and there is a student within the district in need of that assistance.

  • First day enrollment remains stable

     A total of 2,310 students showed up for classes at LaRue County Schools for the first day on Aug. 8.

    The figure does not include enrollment at The Life Connection, an alternate school near Sonora.

    Last year’s first day enrollment was 2,353 which included 32 students at TLC.

    First Day Enrollment

    2012

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary School  505

    Hodgenville Elementary School  534

    LaRue County Middle School  562

    LaRue County High School  709