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Education

  • Campbellsville University Dean’s List Spring 2011

    Campbellsville University has announced the academic honors’ list for the spring 2011 semester.
    The academic honors’ list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester with a course load of at least 12 hours. The spring 2011 academic honors’ list includes a total of 408 students, with 159 achieving a 4.0 grade point average and having been named to the President’s List. Others who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5-3.99 are named to the Dean’s List; there are 249 named to that list.

  • Students celebrate unveiling of quilt designed from TIP Grant

    On May 31, students and their families from the second grade classes at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School celebrated the unveiling of the quilt, they designed and made from their Teacher Initiated Project (TIP) Grant. Students not only learned the art of tie-dying, but studied how quilts were forms of narrative functional art.

  • New Kids Crew director named

    New Kids Crew childcare director Denise Rose intends for activities at the center located at the LaRue County Board of Education site in Hodgenville to be “educational but fun” for children attending.
    In her second week as director, Rose, who hails from Green County, already has a full summer of activities lined up including field trips to LaRue County Parks and Recreation’s swimming pool, the county public library and Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven.

  • School Calendar: Updated 06/07/2011

    ALL SCHOOLS
    First day of school
    Aug. 4

    OTHER
    Free GED testing
    The GED test will be free in Kentucky through June 30. Kentuckians taking the test during that timeframe will not have to pay the usual $55 fee.  LaRue County Adult and Family Education plans to offer official practice testing, prerequisite to taking the GED, on Saturdays. There also will be some Saturday classes in addition to the regular schedule to help LaRue County citizens take advantage of this opportunity.

  • PHOTO: Sierra Enlow honored by Ag Commissioner

    Sierra Enlow of LaRue County is honored by Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer, right, and Aris Cedeno, executive director of the Governor’s Scholars Program, at the Agribusiness/Governor’s Scholars Program Awards Luncheon on June 1 in Frankfort. Enlow, a student at the University of Kentucky, was one of 13 Kentucky students who received a check and a certificate at the awards luncheon.

  • SCHOLARSHIP: Leah Jo Carter wins Class of 1968 Memorial award

    Leah Jo Carter, a 2011 graduate of LaRue County High School, was awarded the Class of 1968 Memorial Scholarship.

    Carter, the daughter of Floyd Todd Skaggs and Amanda Carter, plans to attend the University of Kentucky and major in social work.

    Her high school activities include serving as editor of the yearbook, secretary of the class committee, vice president of the CVS Club and secretary of student council. She is an employee of Sunrise Manor Nursing Home.

  • SCHOLARSHIP: Valerie Whitlock wins Lincoln Days award

    Valerie Whitlock is the winner of the $500 Lincoln Days Scholarship, annually awarded to a high school graduate in LaRue County. 

    Whitlock's academic achievement, participation in extra curricular activities, facility recommendation and an essay about her community were determining factors in her selection.

    The 2011 graduate plans to enter Transylvania College in the fall.

  • School Calendar: Updated 05/31/2011

    ALL SCHOOLS

    Last day of school
    June 2

    First day of school
    Aug. 4

    ALES

    June 1 – Kindergarten celebration
    June 2 – Awards Day
    June 3 – Kindergarten testing by appointment

    Graduation
    Graduation is 8 p.m. June 3 at LCHS gym.

    OTHER

    Free GED testing

  • High schoolers say goodbye to laptops for the summer

    As LaRue County High School students turned in their laptop computers last week, principal Paul Mullins gave high grades to the first-year program that provided a laptop for each of the 720 students to use throughout the school year.
    “I think we’ve just scratched the surface as to the potential these laptops have as instructional tools,” Mullins offered.  “We’ve learned this year, and I think we’ll continue to learn.”

  • Rewarding outstanding progress

    The Elizabethtown Community and Tech­nical College Honors Reception to recognize outstanding academic achievement was held on May 6 at Prichard Community Center in Elizabethtown. Several categories of achievement were honored:
    Each year the college recognizes exceptional students who have achieved academic honors and scholastic distinction by attaining and maintaining high accumulative grade point averages. Students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or above on a full year’s worth of coursework at ECTC to be eligible.