• Input sought for educational needs of community

    LaRue Countians have the opportunity to give feedback for educational opportunities offered to the public.

    LaRue County Community Education is seeking input from the public on potential classes they could offer to the community.

    “The Library, Health Department and Extension Office do an outstanding job offering educational opportunities to the community; we’re just trying to find any gaps that we could fill,” Director of LaRue County Community Education, Connie Goff said.

  • NOLIN RECC sponsors free trip to Washington DC

    Local high school juniors whose parents or guardians are members receiving electric service from Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation are eligible to enter a contest that may take them to Washington, D.C. The yearly competition also includes a trip to Frankfort for all participating students.

  • Personnel Changes - February 1, 2017


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

    Dora J. Canter, Teacher at ALES.

    Christy Ferguson as Freshman Softball Coach.

    Rebecca Hawkins as Soccer Coach.

  • Scholarship opprotunities

    County Homemaker Scholarship

    $400 scholarship available to LaRue County residents graduating from high school this year who plan to earn a degree in family and consumer sciences, agriculture or a related field. Or an adult county resident returning to college, vocational or technical school for any field of study.  Application forms available at the LaRue County Extension Office at 270-358-3401 or on the office website- http://larue.ca.uky.edu/content/extension-homemaker-organization Applic... are due to the Extension Office by March 20, 2017.

  • January is school board appreciation month

    January is the month when school districts across Kentucky recognize the hard work school board members do and the dedication they show for their students.

    “Our school board members are all committed to the betterment of our students and school system,” noted Sam Sanders, superintendent. “Having a high quality school board is one of the reasons LaRue County Schools is a top 10 school district.”

  • ALES honored with ENERGY STAR certification

    The LaRue County Board honored Abraham Lincoln Elementary School for its recent ENERGY STAR certification at the January 17 board meeting.

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) prestigious ENERGY STAR is the national symbol for protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency. This signifies that the building performs in the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency.

  • LCMS, LCHS band perform well in district audition

    The LaRue County Middle School and High School bands competed for spots in the region’s All-District band last weekend with 15 schools.

  • Website displaying LCS alumni to be launched

    Thanks to the hard work of several students in LaRue County High School’s technology classes, the school’s alumni and general public will soon be able to go online to view individual’s pictures from their senior class.

    “Our expected launch date is March 15,” said Symone Whalin, an LCHS senior who with fellow senior Brandon Hurt and junior Dylan Sullivan will present the site construction as a competitive project in the Student Technology Leadership Program conference in April at Lexington’s Rupp Arena.

  • ALES Honor roll 2nd quarter

    3rd Grade All A’s

    Karson Bales, Brianna Bird, Sean Burks, Brylee Dobson, Autumn Duvall, Chloe Eads,Lily Elliott, Tyler Evans, Lola Ewing, Madeline Fulkerson, Madison Glass, Abe Hatmaker, Joslyn Hinton, Shayne Hoffie, Madelyn Huhn, Emma Keith, Kyle Lachney, Taylor Maupin, Abigail Morgan, Landon Ramsey, Brian Saettel, Brayden Shietze, Morgan Skaggs, Soren Thompson, Ella Tucker

    3rd Grade All A’s and B’s

  • Nominations open for 2018 Kentucky Teacher awards

    The Kentucky Department of Education and Valvoline Inc., sponsors of the Kentucky Teacher Awards, have adopted a new schedule for the awards.

    The new timetable will provide the Teacher of the Year more flexibility in taking a sabbatical and preparing for the national Teacher of the Year awards.