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Education

  • WKU Forensics Team Prepares for 2017-18 Season

    The 41 members of the Western Kentucky University Forensics Team, which include two members from LaRue County, are preparing for the 2017-18 season that begins September 22 with the annual WKU/Alumni Fall Swing Tournament and the Alexis Elliott Memorial Lincoln-Douglas Round Robin debate tournament.

    Members from LaRue County are Brian Anderson, a junior from Hodgenville, studying Economics, International Affairs and Asian Religions and Symone Whalin, a freshman from Sonora, studying Chemistry and Biology.

  • Time to Start Repaying Student Loans

    If you finished college in May and have federal student loans, it’s almost time to start repaying them. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help.

    One of the smartest things you can do is pay more than your scheduled payment amount. If you ask your lender to apply the extra to the principal, you will pay less interest over the life of your loan.

  • Nursery Rhyme Dress-up Day
  • School calendar - September 13, 2017

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  • LCMS Collects $1,000 for Harvey Victims

    LaRue County Middle School students and staff showed their generosity to Hurricane Harvey’s victims by collecting $1,000 in one week.

    The money, collected Tuesday through Friday, will go to the American Red Cross for distribution.

    Jason Detre, LCMS principal, said eighth-grade science teacher Jamie Russell came up with the idea.

    “He wanted to show students that they could make an impact even if we couldn’t physically go to Houston and help,” Detre remarked.

  • School calendar - September 6, 2017

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  • Overdose Awareness event a success

    The Hodgenville Police Department held their third annual Overdose Awareness event at Hodgenville City Hall on Thursday, August 31.

    The event was held on the same day as International Overdose Awareness Day. Speakers from the Hodgenville Police Department discussed current drug trends and what people can look for if they suspect a loved one is abusing drugs. Speakers from Communicare and Step Works were also in attendance to discuss what services they have to offer those in need in LaRue County.

  • LCMS students receive laptops

    With LaRue County High School receiving new laptops for all students, the approximately 800 used Lenovo Think Pads are being put to good use at LaRue County Middle School.

    “This is the same way we received laptops three years ago,” said Dr. Jason Detre, LCMS principal. “The previous units were seven years old.”

    Every student in grades 6-8 receives one of the laptops. The students pay a rental and damage policy fee similar to high school’s policy.

  • MHS Class of 1952 Reunion
  • School calendar - August 30, 2017

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