Today's News

  • LCMS announces dropoff changes

    LaRue County Middle School is implementing new pick up procedures for students who ride home in cars, School Administrative Manager Paula Wood said.

    The new procedure is only for afternoon pickup. Drop off procedures will remain the same. Car riders who returned their surveys should have received a number that will be used for pick up identification.

    If you did not receive a number or if you have questions, call the LCMS office at 358-3196.

  • LaRue County students honored

    Five students from LaRue County have been named Sen. Jeff Green Scholars. Students earn this designation by achieving a 4.0 grade point average all four years of high school and scoring at least a 28 composite on the ACT.

    The title honors the late state Sen. Jeff Green of Mayfield, who served in the Kentucky General Assembly from 1992 to 1997.

    Local students who earned this prestigious designation are Hannah Canter, Autumn Kidd, Max McCubbin, Shanoa Milby and Chelsie Morrison.

    Central Hardin High School student Kristin Cardin also was named.

  • County observes American Education Week

    During American Education Week, Nov. 15-21, Americans nationwide will join the National Education Association in raising awareness about the need to provide every child with a quality public education. The celebration highlights the importance of bringing together educators, parents, students and communities in a unified effort to build great public schools. It also reflects NEA’s vision of calling upon America to provide public school students with quality schools so that they can grow and achieve in the 21st century.


  • Board member questions District Improvement Plan

    The LaRue County School Board approved an updated version of the Comprehensive District Improvement Plan Monday night, but not without controversy.

    After Amanda Reed, instructional supervisor, presented the plan, board member Norbert Skees asked if this was a document he had ever seen before. Reed explained it was updated from the previous year. Skees questioned why he was listed in the document as a member approving it since he had no involvement, and she said it was meant to be the approved document after the vote at the meeting.

  • Schools to provide flu shot clinics for students

    Lincoln Trail District Health Department is working with LaRue County Schools to give the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine to children at school clinics as soon as the vaccine arrives, according to Mike Brown, the school district’s health coordinator.

    A health department spokesman said vaccine, which will be given free of charge, could arrive as early as mid November until early January, Brown stated.

  • School calendar


    Nov. 20 - A Visit with Bach in the afternoon

    Nov. 24 - Grade 3-5 GT Workshop 9:30-11 a.m.; Stay After and Read 2:45-4 p.m.; Open Library for Families 4-6 p.m.

    Nov. 30 - SBDM Assessment Committee 4 p.m.


    Wee Time

  • Local woman named national FFA winner

    A LaRue County woman won top honors at the National FFA Convention in October.

    Emily Carol Johnson, 20, was the national winner of the Floriculture-Entrepreneurship/Placement Proficiency Award. She was the only entrant from Kentucky to win an event.

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  • LaRue runners compete in state meet

    Michelle Seymour finished 58th in the state Class AA girls' cross country meet Saturday. In the boys' contest, Ryan Durbin came in 72nd.

    The LaRue County runners qualified in the state competition at the Kentucky Horse Park based on their top finishes in the regional competition the previous weekend.

    Seymour, a sophomore, recorded a time of 22:33.98 in the five-kilometer event. The event was won by Jenna Rogers of Christian Academy in Louisville with a time of 19:28.12. South Oldham won the team title.