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Education

  • Middle School Students Compete in State Academic Events
  • Community Education Service and Spirit Award

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Community Education Service and the Judy Cox Community Spirit Award.

    The LaRue County Community Education (LACE) Service Award honors dedicated service, hard work and tireless effort in educating our community.

    The Judy Cox Community Spirit Award is an honor given to a local person that demonstrates a true servant’s heart with enthusiasm and a desire to make the community a better place through service.

  • Tharp wins scholarship
  • Durham receives scholarship
  • Personnel changes at LaRue County Schools - April 20, 2016

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

    Employment of

    Mitzi Allen as ESS Daytime Waiver HES.

    Resignation due to Retirement

    Mary Owen, Teacher at HES.

    Lisa Hawkins as Curriculum Specialist for LCS, .

    Pam Price, Instructional Assistant at LCMS.

    Resignation of

    Kelly Sandidge as Middle School 8th Grade Boys’ Basketball Coach.

    Dodd Caudill as Soccer Coach for LCHS.

  • School calendar - April 20, 2016

    LC Schools remaining calendar

    May 6 is an instructional day and early release day; May 13 is a full day with no early release, May 17 is a work day with teachers reporting and students not in school; May 25 is the last day for students and May 26 is closing day.

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Scholarship calendar - April 20, 2016

    Edward and Thelma Ford Scholarship

    The Lincoln Museum is accepting applications for the Edward and Thelma Ford Scholarship. A $500 scholarship will be presented to a LaRue County resident graduating this year or pursuing continuing education. Applications are available at The Lincoln Museum and must be returned by 4 p.m. on April 29, 2016. For more information, call 270- 358-3163.

    CKCA to Offer Educational Awards

  • HES students explore Greek mythology through performance

    During the month of April, Hodgenville Elementary School fourth-graders combined music, art, media and physical education to present Greek Mythological Allusions, a series of skits based on Greek mythology. The project not only provided students a unique, hands-on opportunity to learn about Greek mythology – a required curriculum component – but also an opportunity to build performance skills and create special memories.

  • Ready for New York City experience

    On April 19, LaRue County High School students and chaperones will hop a motor coach to a new, exciting experience.

    These 38 students and 15 parents and chaperones are embarking on a senior trip tradition of traveling to a historically and culturally important city. This year they are once again headed to New York City. Past trips also have included Chicago and Orlando.

  • WKU Forensics Team places second at national AFA tourney

     Two LaRue County students are a part of the WKU Forensics Team, which placed second at the American Forensic Association National Individual Events Tournament championship on April 1-4.

    Brian Anderson, a WKU freshman from Hodgenville, was a semifinalist in extemporaneous speaking and Curtis Milby, a sophomore from Hodgenville, was a quarterfinalist in duo interpretation.