• 4-H Calendar - November 1, 2017

    4-H Canoe and Kayak Club

    The 4-H Canoe & Kayak Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1 at the Extension Office. New members are welcome to attend.

    4-H Candy Sale

    The 4-H Candy Sale will begin on Wednesday afternoon, November 1. 4-H members may stop by the Extension Office (807 Old Elizabethtown Rd.) to pick up a box of candy with a signed permission form.

    4-H Dog Club

  • 4-H candy sales in progress

     The annual LaRue County 4-H candy sale will begin today. Starting this afternoon, 4-H members may pick up candy at the Extension Office, located at 807 Old Elizabethtown Rd., across from Magnolia Bank. Parents must sign a permission form in order for members to participate.

    Members will be selling a variety of candy bars including caramel, crisp, almond, dark chocolate with almonds and milk chocolate for $1 each.

    For each 60 candy bars sold, the member’s name will go in a drawing for $25 cash. The top seller will receive $50 cash.

  • Band of Hawks advance to State Finals

    The LaRue County Band of Hawks advanced to the State Finals that will be held tonight at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. The band advances after placing 2nd out of 16 bands that performed at the Class 2A Semi-Finals this afternoon at Elizabethtown High School stadium.

    Congratulations to the Band of Hawks. Good luck at State! Go Hawks !

  • 4-H Calendar - October 25, 2017

    4-H Arts and Crafts Explorers

    The 4-H Arts and Crafts Explorers Club that was scheduled for October 25 has been cancelled.

    4-H Fun Fridays

    A new series of 4-H Fun Friday’s open to youth ages 9-18 will begin on Friday, October 27 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Extension Office. The October Fun Friday will focus on the upcoming Piggy Bank Design Contest. Containers and supplies will be furnished. If you have a specific idea in mind, you are welcome to bring your own supplies.

    4-H Beginner’s Sewing Class

  • 4-H Country Ham Auction

    The third annual 4-H Ham Auction was held on Saturday, October 7 during Lincoln Days.

    Twenty-six hams were sold with 80 percent of the sale price going to the 4-Her and 20 percent for 4-H Ham project expenses. A total of $4285 was raised. Special thanks to all the buyers and the auctioneer, Bobby Dobson.

    Ella Thomas, Champion Ham sold to Ryan Bivens

    Brayden McCandless, Reserve Champion Ham sold to Kenny McCandless in Memory of Owen McCandless

    Cyrus Bivens, Reserve Champion Ham sold to GB Miller

    Madison Wilmoth – JD Gentry

  • LCHS average ACT composite score holds strong at 21

    LaRue County High School scored an average ACT composite score of 21 when students took the state-mandated test as juniors last spring. The score is equal to the 2016 score, which broke a school record for the fourth consecutive year.

    The test results were presented to the LCS Board of Education at its monthly meeting on Monday.

    “I’m very proud of our students and our staff,” said LCHS principal Denise Skaggs. “Last year, we kept our focus on achievement and our students did very well.”

  • School calendar - October 25, 2017

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Personnel Changes - October 25, 2017

    The LaRue County Board of Education reviewed several personnel changes at their October meeting.

    Accepted the Recommendation of Employment of:

    Eric Marcum as Custodian at ALES

    Scott Clemons as Assistant Football Coach at LCMS

    Brandon Clemons as Assistant Football Coach at LCMS

    Bill Hawkins as Head Boys’ Soccer Coach for LCHS

    Laura Bauer as Asst. Girls’ & Boys’ Soccer Coach for LCHS

    Aaron Williams as Assistant Boys’ Soccer Coach for LCHS

  • ALES Artists of the Quarter

    Pictured clockwise from upper left: The Artists of the Quarter at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School are 3rd grader Cameron Carney, 4th grader Ava Warren, 5th grader Tanner Skaggs, and 2nd grader Caden McMillion.

  • Win-Win Situation

    LaRue County Schools have found a “win-win” situation in the 18 high school students involved in the Student Help Desk.

    Not only are they doing a service to the school through computer and other technology repair and maintenance, they are also gaining valuable skills and knowledge that will help them later in life.

     “I do not think the tech staff could even begin to keep up with the district’s needs if we did not have the student Help Desk,” acknowledged Freddie Newby, the district’s chief information officer.