• LCS website has a lot to offer

    For those people desiring information about LaRue County Schools, the district has an internet site that provides a good look at what is going on in the district, including schedules, calendars, and photos.

    The site, www.larue.kyschools.us, will take the searcher to LaRue County Schools’ home page. There, one can choose from headings such as Bid Opportunities, School Info, a place to report bullying, Infinite Campus and student and staff email (require usernames and passwords), and a link to the Kentucky Department of Education.

  • School calendar - September 14, 2016

    YSC Advisory Council meeting

    The LaRue County School YSC Advisory Council will meet at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 15 at the LaRue County Extension office. The meeting is open to the public.

    Hodgenville Family Resource Center Advisory Council

    The Hodgenville Family Resource Center Advisory Council meeting will meet at noon on September 20 at HES room 165.  The public is welcome to attend.  For more information contact Melissa Pearman at 270-358-3506.

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Preparing for district chorus

    LaRue County students who passed auditions are preparing for Fourth District performances later this month.

    The Fourth District Treble Chorus, made up of students from 11 counties, will perform September 24 at First Christian Church in Elizabethtown. Guest conductor is Terri Foster, artistic director of the Louisville Youth Choir. The accompanist is Phyllis Westfall.

  • FAFSA changes effective soon

    If you have gone to college or have had a child go, chances are you’ve filled out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, better known as FAFSA. Changes to this form announced by the Obama administration in 2015 are about to go into effect for the 2017-2018 school year.

  • Gearon awarded Jo Anne J. Trow National Scholarship

    Dr. Susan Huffman, National President of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society for First-Year Students, announced that a Jo Anne J. Trow Scholarship in the amount of $1000 has been awarded to Joseph Gearon, a student at Transylvania University and a 2014 LCHS graduate.

  • A knack for fixing things

    Juston Milby discovered he had a knack for fixing things while he was a young boy helping his dad repair equipment on their farm at the edge of LaRue and Hart County.

    “I helped Dad work on our tractor equipment and also that of our neighbor, Ralph Lobb, whose farm was near us,” he said. “Ralph would tear it up, bring it to us, and we’d fix it.”

    His skill as a mechanic led to a career in that field, a career that will come to an end September 30 when he retires as LaRue County Schools’ vehicle maintenance manager.

  • School calendar - September 7, 2016

    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 September 21 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. The color for the event is blue. For more information contact Melissa Pearman at 270-358-3506 or Machelle Durham at 270-358-4112.


  • Rutledge selected to National Honor Society

    The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) today announced student Jacob Rutledge from Buffalo, KY, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. The announcement was made by NSHSS Founder and Chairman Claes Nobel, senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes.

  • Seven LaRue Co. students named Green Scholars

    Seven students from LaRue County have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). To earn this honor, a student must have a 4.0 grade point average each year of high school and at least a 28 composite on the ACT.

    These students have also earned $2,500 a year in Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) awards. If they keep their grades up in college, they will have $10,000 to use toward a four-year degree.

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