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  • STUDENT FEATURE: Volcanoes

    What is a mountain that spits out hot boiling liquid and rocks? If you guessed a volcano then you are correct.

    A volcano isn’t just any normal landform; it acts like a living thing that spews out contents one couldn’t imagine.

     To be able to understand a volcano, one must know its features. The central vent is the opening at earth’s surface through which lava, hot gases, and rock fragments burst through. The magma chamber holds all the magma in one spot inside the volcano. Craters are large bowl-shaped basins in the surface of the volcano.

  • HONOR ROLL: Hodgenville Elementary School

    Third Grade ‘A’ Honor Roll
    Josie Adams, Bryson Arnette, Savannah Bandurske, Bethany Blair, Logan Childress, Gilbert Cox, Alex French, Kaleigh Graham, Gary Lin, Ashley Long, Jacob McAdams, Chandler McLaughlin, Wyatt Pearman, Sydney Pepper, Bryson Puyear, Grace Ramey, Katie Ridings, Jacob Sandidge, Chloe Sisneros

    Third Grade ‘A/B’ Honor Roll

  • SCHOLARSHIP: LaRue County Farm Bureau

    LaRue County Farm Bureau will offer four $500 college scholarships open to both high school seniors who will enter college this fall, to undergraduate college students and to adults interested in entering college or continuing their college education. Preference will be given to applicants pursuing careers in agriculture or related fields.

  • Reading is the foundation of learning

    Every parent wants his or her child to be a successful reader. Reading, after all, provides the foundation for a great education as well as a lifelong skill that brings not only knowledge, but pleasure.

  • Wee Time: Fun for preschoolers

    Hodgenville and Abraham Lincoln Elementary Schools will have Wee Time 9-10:30 a.m. Feb. 24 at ALES. The letter is X, the shape is triangle and the color is orange. Wee Time is a free preschool program for ages 2-4. For more information, call Melissa Pearman at 358-3506 or Machelle Durham at 358-4112.  
     

  • SKYPE brings world of learning to students

    Those who have been out of the classroom at LaRue County High School for a few years need to visit a class to see how technology has changed the face of instruction.
    For example, when teacher Jorge Venegas had two guests, Larry Paden and his friend Nestor Sanchez, to speak to his Spanish class and field questions about Chile last week, Paden was in the classroom, but Sanchez was thousands of miles away in South America.     

  • Mullins tapped as keynote speaker

    Paul Mullins, LaRue County High School principal and Kentucky School Administrators Association’s 2009-10 Administrator of the Year, will be the closing keynote speaker at the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education Conference March 2 at the Galt House in Louisville.
    “I want to outline the journey through the laptop initiative so that those interested in implementing a similar program will have a one-to-one guide,” Mullins said, referring to Laptops of LaRue, a program that began last fall with Dell laptop computers being issued to each LCHS student.

  • Summer Garris named ExCEL Teacher of the Year

    Tony was a feisty and hot-tempered senior who had earned the privilege of moving out of alternative school into Summer Garris’ English classroom.  
    Thinking he was too cool for school, Tony had problems with respecting authority, doing his work and fitting in with other students.
    Yet, when he turned in his first essay, Garris realized that the young man had a real talent for writing.

  • Ronnie Chelf recognized by KSBA

    Ronnie Chelf, member of the LaRue County School Board of Education, has completed training required to attain a special recognition from the Kentucky School Boards Association.

    Chelf has achieved Level Five Certification in KSBA's Academy of Studies.  Earning higher Academy of Studies certification means that Kentucky school board members have completed a series of specific courses and/or participation in association leadership training. Level One is the initial certification degree and Level Five is the most advanced.

  • PHOTO: Piggy bank champ