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Education

  • School calendar - January 17, 2018

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Raising scientifically literate children

    Science is all around us. Nearly everything we do has a scientific implication. We are a nation of citizens that depends on science. Parents and educators can do many things to build a love and respect for science in our children.

    What does it mean to be scientifically literate?

  • New LCS student immunization requirements

    Parents should begin preparing early for Kentucky’s new immunization requirements for children attending public schools next fall.

    The law (902 KAR 2:060) requires all students to receive two Hepatitis A shots and students 16 and older to get a meningitis booster.

    Rip Collins, LaRue County Schools health and safety coordinator, reminds parents that it’s imperative to start preparing now because the Hepatitis A vaccine is given in two doses that must be six months apart.

  • Anderson receives invite to Sunvitational round robin

    After a successful season competing at several in-state tournaments, the LCHS speech team will be spending January hosting a middle school tournament and competing, but one team member will be spending part of his month in sunny Florida competing in the Sunvitational hosted at Nova Southeastern University School (NSU).

  • 4-H calendar

    Cyrus Bivens was the top seller of the 4-H Candy Sale, he sold 13 cases of candy bars earning a prize of $50.  Honorable mention goes to Makenzey Rucker and Jennifer Barrientos for selling 12 and 8 cases respectively.  Sellers were also entered into a drawing for every case of candy sold, Dalayna Elliott was selected as the winner of $25.  Thanks to everyone that supported the LaRue County 4-H program through the candy sale fundraiser.

  • LaRue County 4-H candy sale

    Cyrus Bivens was the top seller of the 4-H Candy Sale, he sold 13 cases of candy bars earning a prize of $50.  Honorable mention goes to Makenzey Rucker and Jennifer Barrientos for selling 12 and 8 cases respectively.  Sellers were also entered into a drawing for every case of candy sold, Dalayna Elliott was selected as the winner of $25.  Thanks to everyone that supported the LaRue County 4-H program through the candy sale fundraiser.

  • Students should take FAFSA verification process seriously

    The federal government requires many students who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to verify the information on the FAFSA. The students are chosen by the U.S. Department of Education.

    Used to apply for most federal and many state student aid programs, the FAFSA asks detailed questions about the income and resources of students.

  • LCS to honor leaders during School Board Recognition Month

    Kentucky will again observe January as School Board Recognition Month and the LaRue County School System is joining in the celebration.

    The LaRue County Board of Education is composed of Dawn Conner, Price Smith, Joanna Hinton, Farrah Pruitt and Paul Handley.

    “The voters of our community have created a special group of education leaders in this board,” said Superintendent Sam Sanders. “They are true partners in the work to ensure every child in every classroom can experience high quality teaching and learning.

  • School calendar - January 10, 2018

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Blending talent: LCHS artists illustrate achievement

    School district banners created by students are a favored tradition of the annual Kentucky School Boards Association conference. In this year’s display, a collaboration of high school seniors Katelyn Senesi and Anna Webb represents LaRue County Schools.

    The banner is their interpretation of the KSBA 2018 theme, “Adapting and Achieving.” The painting shows a graduation scene, and in the background, the artists wove in Webb’s sunrise and Senesi’s galaxy.