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Education

  • Students excel at KYA

     Fifteen LaRue County High School students attended the Kentucky Youth Assembly in Louisville and Frankfort Nov. 18-20.

    The students, advised by Kendrick Bryan and Ben Schell, were recognized as a Delegation of Excellence.

  • PHOTO: Teen Leadership Academy

     The 4-H Teen Leadership Academy went to the University of Kentucky in November for their monthly session on college and career preparation. The 4-H Teen Leadership Academy is a group of teens from LaRue, Hardin, Meade, Breckinridge and Grayson. Participants are selected each summer through an application process. LaRue County is represented by Turner Cottrell, Michaela Rock, Kristina Durbin, Delaina White and Darian White.

  • SCHOOL BOARD: New hires, resignations

     The LaRue County School Board heard the following personnel recommendations Nov. 19.

  • HES honors Junior Beta Club members

  • Search begins for LCMS principal

     LaRue County Schools are searching for a new principal.

    Middle School Principal Bob Bright announced his resignation Nov. 14. He has accepted a position as CEO/executive director of the National Beta Club.

    Bright, who has served as LCMS principal since July 2010, will begin his new duties on Jan. 1.

  • HONOR ROLL: Hodgenville Elementary School

     Third grade – All A

    Annie Crewz, Brennan East, Alex Rowland, Macie Sandidge, Emma Thompson, Giselle Adams, Jackson Carpenter, Rachel Hawkins, Gracey Laxon, Kailynd Lewis, Alysen Powell, Kaiden Price, Brian Sanchez, Hallie Frye, Keegan Spratt, Amber Hawkins, Sara Harned, Maleah English, Avery Murray

     

    Third grade – A/B

  • Campbellsville University Chorus to present 'Elijah'

     The Campbellsville University Concert Chorus will present part one of Mendelssohn's “Elijah” at 8 p.m. Nov. 27 in the sanctuary of Campbellsville Baptist Church, 530 N. Central Avenue, Campbellsville.

    “Elijah” is a major oratorio by Mendelssohn that tells the story of the biblical character, Elijah, in various historical settings.

    Dr. Wesley Roberts, professor of music, will accompany the 50-voice chorus.  Singing the role of “Elijah” is baritone Dr. Mark Bradley, professor of music.

  • ON EDUCATING LARUE: Fridays are fantastic for gifted/talented

     Several LaRue County public school students in grades 5-8 identified as gifted/talented are in for some Fantastic Fridays from mid-November to mid-December.

    Campbellsville University is partnering with the LaRue school district in providing four instructional programs with topics that give students “more than what they might get in a regular classroom,” according to Carol Sullivan, director of Campbellsville University’s technology center.

  • Pope receives scholarship to EKU

     Hundreds of incoming freshmen and transfer students have accepted merit-based scholarships to attend Eastern Kentucky University.

    LaRue County High School senior Christian Pope has accepted a Regents Scholarship.

  • STUDENT WORK: The Battle of Verdun

     Imagine, hundreds of thousands of men bleeding in the same battle. The Battle of Verdun was one of the most famous, bloodiest, costliest battles in World War I. The battle had a repulsive cause. The German Army shelled France at the start. And its effects on World War I were huge. The history of the Battle of Verdun was amazing and unique.