Today's News

  • Life As A Child Of God

    Everyone can be redeemed by the blood of Christ.  Everyone can become a child of God for “Whosoever will may come.” Everyone must come on God’s terms for Jesus says, “Ye must be born again.” We are a creature of God, but when we trust Christ as our Savior we become a child of God (John 1:11-12).

  • Lost in LaRue - July 29, 2015
  • Canning, crafts and history

    From canning on a wood stove in the Homemakers club to cooking with a microwave oven, Nancy Raine has experienced many changes in her lifetime. Her love of history, diligence and generosity have lead to a wealth of valuable resources for those seeking to research family history in LaRue County.

    Raine was born and raised on a farm on Stiles Ford Road; her parents were George Welby Bell and Mary Elizabeth Bell.

    When she reached school age she attended a one-room schoolhouse.

  • Transitions: Difficult but good

    One thing I’ve found to be true about life is that everything is in constant motion, moving forward as time rushes on.

    This motion of time causes things to change and brings us through transitions. We begin our earthly journey with a major transition, birth. It causes the mother difficulty and pain to transition the child from womb to world, but the end result of this transition is beautiful and miraculous.

  • Lessons learned across our great land

     What happens when you put a mom, dad and their two children in a minivan for 10 days? 

    Well, you learn a lot about each other.

     You laugh at things that normally wouldn’t be funny, you eat  junk food  because it’s something to do, and take bathroom breaks every 150 miles, whether you need to go or not. 

  • LaRue County Middle School Supply lists

    Sixth grade

    Students need to have a backpack that can be stored in a locker. Please no hard bottom backpacks.

    General items

    (2) packages of loose leaf paper

    An endless supply of pencils

    (2-3) package pencil top erasers

    1 package of coloring pencils

    (1) pencil pouch (not a pencil or crayon box)

    School supplies

    (2) 1 1/2 inch binder

    (2) package of divider tabs

    (1) red folder

    (1) Yellow folder

    (1) green, plastic 3 prong folder with side pockets

  • Children going to public school for first time must have eye exam, it’s the law

    Parents are making their back-to-school lists and checking them twice. In addition to school supplies, one crucial addition should be a comprehensive eye exam.

    Kentucky law requires children ages 3 – 6 to have a vision exam if they are entering a public school or preschool program for the first time.

  • This year at HES

    New Procedures

    HES has added security doors to the front of the building.  These doors will help ensure the safety of students and visitors to our building.  The front doors will be locked after the regular school day starts.  During the school day, visitors will use an intercom system for communication with front office staff prior to entering the building.

    PTSO Meeting

    The first PTSO meeting will be 6 p.m., Aug. 18.

    HES Information for 1st – 5th Graders (Registration and Back to School Bash)

  • School Calendar - July 29, 2015

    School board dates

    The LaRue county School Board meets at 7 p.m. Aug. 17, at LaRue County High School


    The Hodgenville Elementary School site-based decision-making council meets at 3:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month in the conference room. For more information, call the school, 270-358-3506.


    The LaRue County High School site-based decision-making council meets at 3:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month in the LCHS conference room. For more information, call the school, 270-358-2210.

  • Student recognized by ILN


    The International Leadership Network recently recognized a LaRue County student from the Lincoln Trail Young Achievers Program.

    Parker Smith, the son of Price and Rhonda Smith of Hodgenville, received the Most Outstanding Band Student Award. He is a member of the Robohawks Lego Robotic Club and is the Junior Youth Group Vice President. He enjoys piano and showing his horse in English Saddleseat Three-Gaited Classes.