• 4-H Teen Club

    Members of the Teen Club have began working on a new service project.

    The teens used templates to cut patterns from old denim.  The material will be sent to an organization that will make shoes for Ugandan children.  The program also puts men and women in Uganda to work to earn income for their families.

    For more information, check out Sole Hope online.

  • LCMS students tour D.C.
  • School calendar - April 12, 2017

    LaRue County Schools make up days

    School will be in session as a snow make up day on May 5.

    KHIC Wee Time

    Preschool children ages 2-4 and their parents are invited to Wee Time, where preschool children can become familiar with the school they will attend. The event is from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on April 19 at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. The color for the event is green. For more information contact Melissa Pearman at 270-358-3506 or Machelle Durham at 270-358-4112.

    LCS Parent Advisory Council

  • Scholarship calendar - April 12, 2017

    Woman’s Club Scholarship

  • Personnel changes - April 12, 2017

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

    Recommendation of Employment

    Kristen Absher as School Nurse at LCMS.

    Phyllis Gentry as PRN for LCS.

    Accepted the Resignation of

    Bonnie Brown as Instructional Assistant at ALES.

    Paul M. Handley as Boys Assistant Basketball Coach at LCHS.

  • HES Super Heroes

    Each of LaRue County’s public schools strives to create and maintain not only a safe environment for students but also a positive school culture.

    Hodgenville Elementary School has begun some weekly “Super Hero” in-house videos to encourage that culture and to implement leadership and life skills that empower students to be leaders.

    Eric Hughes, HES principal, explained that the school is promoting habits that can provide students with a positive mindset and direction when facing obstacles at both school and home.

  • LCHS delegation honored at KUNA

    Eleven students from LaRue County High School traveled to the Galt House in Louisville for the Kentucky United Nations Assembly from March 26-28.

    The following LCHS students attended the conference: Chandler McLaughlin, Hunter McLaughlin, Jacob Cecil, Seth DeVary, Symone Whalin, Virginia Taylor, Hayley Cecil, Josh McCourt, Seth Newby, Maddie Royalty and Noah Thompson.

    The LCHS delegation acted as delegates from Djibouti. Senior Maddie Royalty and junior Noah Thompson authored a resolution about enforcing human trafficking laws.

  • 4-H Talent Show & Fashion Revue

    4-H Talent Show

    The 4-H Talent Show will be held at the LaRue County Extension Office at 6 p.m. on April 21. Pre-registration is required by April 14. In order to pre-register, call the Extension Office at 270-358-3401 or stop by to pick up a registration form.

    The talent show is open to all LaRue County youth ages 9 to 18. A variety of categories are offered including vocal, instrumental, physical skills and theatrical. A group act category is also offered for acts with five or more participants. Other acts may have from one to four participants.

  • LaRue student accepted for Gatton Academy

    Richard Pike of Hodgenville was recently accepted to the Gatton Academy at Western Kentucky University in 2019.

    Pike was homeschooled and he is the son of Les and Angela Pike of Hodgenville. He was one of 95 students accepted throughout the state.

    The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science is a place where students will complete their junior and senior years of high school living in newly expanded Florence Schneider Hall. At the end of their two-year course of study, students will graduate from high school with a minimum of 60 college credit hours.

  • ECTC to host open house, career fair April 12

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will host an Open House and Career Fair from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the main campus at 600 College Street Road in Elizabethtown on Wednesday, April 12.

    The Fair will be the perfect opportunity for prospective students, parents, or anyone interested in college and career training to see what ECTC has to offer, and learn how they can get started for Summer and Fall Semesters.