• Shaila Winston earns scholarship

     Shaila Winston, a senior at LaRue County High School, is the recipient of the 2013 Cantrell-Lorey Scholarship. 

    The Cantrell-Lorey scholarship is an annual scholarship donated by a former graduate, Emma Cantrell (Lorey) — Class of 1958 and her husband. Shaila plans to attend the University of Kentucky and major in biology.

  • ALES teams up with Artsonia

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary School has teamed up with Artsonia, the largest online kid’s art museum.

    Pam Glaab, the school’s art teacher, said the site provides the opportunity for students to share their artwork, for parents to be able to view their child’s work, and for others to preview the children’s work online.

  • LCMS students build energy efficient cars
  • ALES students celebrate testing results

    Intermediate grade level students and former Abraham Lincoln Elementary School fifth-grade students had much to celebrate on May 1. The group of about 155 students was awarded their proficient and distinguished medallions for their 2011-12 K-Prep testing results.

  • Library offers class in Pinterest

     Pinterest? One might ask, what is that? 

  • LaRue County retirees recall their fondest memories

    The seven certified and four classified LaRue County School personnel who are retiring this year have left an indelible impression on students, parents, and colleagues with whom they shared their knowledge, skills and talent over the years.

    The soon-to-be retirees include Mike Brown, Gary Canter, Vicki Devers, Connie Gowen, Rollanda Grubbs, Judy Hunter, Doris Jean Holleran, Melinda McCubbin, Rodney Montgomery, Connie Shawler and Carol Underwood.

  • Scholarships

    Women In Rural Electrification (W.I.R.E.)

  • School Calendar

    Last day

    May 22 – Last day for students

    FFA Awards Banquet

    LaRue County FFA Chapter will hold an awards banquet 6 p.m. May 9 in the LaRue County High School cafeteria.  

    Baccalaureate is 3 p.m. May 19.

    LaRue County High School graduation is 8 p.m. May 24 in the gym. It will be followed by Project Graduation.

  • Is your preschooler kindergarten ready?

       The Governor’s Office of Early Childhood believes that parents are a child’s first and most important teacher. There is no more important responsibility than to help your child grow emotionally and socially. These so called “soft skills” are critical to their future development and success; and research shows that emotional and social development provides the foundation for how we feel about ourselves and how we experience others.

  • Scholarships - May 1, 2013

     LaRue County Conservation District