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Education

  • Scholarships

     Homemakers

    The LaRue County Homemakers offer a $400 scholarship available to LaRue County residents graduating from high school this year who plan to earn a degree in Family & Consumer Sciences, Agriculture or related fields; or an adult county resident returning to college, vocational or technical school for any field of study. Application forms are available at the Extension Office (358-3401) or http://ces.ca.uky.edu/larue/FamilyConsumerSciences. Deadline to apply is March 5.

     

    Nolin RECC

  • LCHS Honor Roll - Second Quarter

     LCHS

    All “A” Honor Roll

    2nd Nine Weeks

     

  • HES Honor Roll Second Quarter

     Hodgenville Elementary

    All “A” Honor Roll

    Second nine weeks

     

    Third Grade

    Alysen Powell, Giselle Adams, Jackson Carpenter, Hallie Frye, Rachel Hawkins, Gracey Laxson, Laiden Price, Brian Sanchez, Keegan Spratt, Avery Murray, Macie Sandidge, Emma Thompson.

    Fourth Grade

  • ALES Honor Roll Second Quarter

     ALES

    All “A” Honor Roll

    Second Quarter

    Samuel Bowling, Tristin Brown, Chase Childress, Simon Coy, Addie Ann Cundiff, Jacob Davis, Adara Dobson, Anthony Eccles, Samuel Goff, Alanah Kappel, Mason Lane, Seth Lawson, Samantha Martin, Sydney Miller, Evan Morris, Connor Nicholas, Caleb Plouvier, Dylan Rowe, Brenna Southwood, Biven Turner, Nicholas Vazquez, Layla Vertrees, Gavin Whitehouse, Nate Zsedenyi

     “A & B” Honor Roll

  • PHOTOS: Flaky Experiment

     Brandi Aubrey, Ayanna Humphrey and Ozariah Embree, students in Tracy Tharp’s kindergarten class at Hodgenville Elementary School, caught snowflakes on black paper to see that no two snowflakes are alike. They also caught a few with their tongues.

    Brayden Williams, a HES kindergarten student, showed the snowflakes he caught on a sheet of black paper.

  • Last day of school set for May 22

    • Students in the LaRue County School district will be in class one day later in May than originally scheduled.

  • SCHOOL BOARD: Pay increases for staff and tax hike are possibilities

     Staff and faculty of LaRue County Schools may be getting a pay raise, but they likely won’t be getting their paychecks more than once a month.

  • Nolin RECC offers trip to Washington D.C.

     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. 

  • WKU forensics team takes 23rd consecutive state championship

     The Western Kentucky University Forensics team won its 23rd consecutive state championship Saturday.

    Ellis Fraser, a graduate of LaRue County High School, celebrated with his team as he finished fourth in after-dinner speaking, sixth in dramatic interpretation and sixth in poetry interpretation.

    Fraser is a sophomore from Hodgenville.

    This year’s tournament, hosted at Transylvania University, featured teams from all across the Commonwealth participating in speech and debate events.

  • ON EDUCATING LARUE: Schools soar in Explore scores

     Both LaRue County middle and high schools scored well on Explore and Plan assessments whose results were recently released.

    “We are very close to reaching our goal of being a consistent Top 10 percent, High Performing District,” said Sam Sanders, LaRue County Schools superintendent. “This was the second year in a row for stellar scores from LCMS on Explore.”