Today's News

  • Fixing smiles for students

    If you happen to notice LaRue County school students wearing broader-than-usual smiles in the next few weeks, there’s a great reason for it.

    Family Dental with Cumberland Family Medical has been in the district seeing middle and high school students February 22-27. They will see elementary students in the upcoming weeks, making sure to visit all schools.

  • Sports calendar

    St. Pat’s Day 5K

    St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will continue with a 5K run/walk in Elizabethtown on Saturday March 17, 2018. This fun run/walk is open to everyone. Every participant will receive a custom finisher’s medal. Adult participants will receive a swag bag and t-shirt. Registration costs are $35.00 through  March13, and $40 March 13 through race day. Kids registration costs are just $10 but does not include any swag. To register, visit www.stpatsday5k.com.

    New Haven Recreation League

  • LCMS Mat Hawks compete at state

    The LCMS Mat Hawks recently competed in the KY Folkstyle Middle School State Tournament. The Hawks had 5 wrestlers compete in the individual bracketed tournament this year.

    7th grader Gabe Fortier competed in the 86 lbs. weight class going 1-2 on the day. Gabe started off with a tough loss 6-5 against a tough Scott County opponent before tech pinning his next opponent 16-0. In his last match, an early takedown was the downfall losing 2-0 to the eventual 3rd place finisher from Ryle.

  • LCMS volleyball hits the road

    It was a busy week for the LCMS Lady Hawk volleyball team as they traveled for two away games last week before coming home for a one game home-stand last Thursday night.

    The Lady Hawks opened their week of play by traveling to Bluegrass Middle to take on the Lady Bulldogs on Monday, February 19. The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night of action hoping to find their fourth win of the season, but the Lady Bulldogs were prepared to protect their home turf as they defeated the 7th grade Lady Hawks in consecutive sets to win the match.

  • Lady Hawks lose heartbreaker

    The Lady Hawks varsity basketball team lost 51-49 in overtime at the 18th district championship game on Thursday, February 22 to their rival the Green County Lady Dragons.

    The game came down to the final seconds as Mallory Williams hit a three pointer with 9.4 seconds left to tie the game 40-40. Williams was fouled with two seconds left and went to the line for the 1-and-1. She missed the free throw, but it was rebounded by Presley Brown who had her shot rim out to send it into overtime.

  • Hawks win district championship

    The Hawks varsity basketball team won their second consecutive 18th district championship on Friday, February 23 after they beat the Caverna Colonels 80-48.

    The Hawks jumped out to an early 22-11 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks had four of their five starters with two fouls midway through the 2nd quarter. The Hawks reserves came off the bench and helped to extend the lead to 35-20 at halftime.

  • $1.6 Million Gift Creates Scholarship Opportunities

    The legacy of Harold and Cynthia Carter will go on through the many students who will benefit from their generous scholarship fund.

    Through their estate, the Carters’ made a $1.6 million gift, thought to be the largest single charitable gift in LaRue County history. The Carter’s estate sale in October 2016 featured a wide variety of antiques including granite ware, lamps, furniture, glassware and more.

  • Students visit Hometown Teams
  • 95th birthday

    Virgie Tedder will be celebrating her 95th birthday on March 3, 2018. The family asks that you send birthday cards to brighten her day. Cards can be sent to 245 Tedder Road, Hodgenville, KY 42748.

  • School calendar adjusted

    The LaRue County School Board approved an amendment at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 20 to change the last day of school for the 2017-2018 school year.

    According to Christina Boone, LaRue County Schools Instructional Supervisor, LaRue County Schools have missed seven days due to inclement weather this year. She said the board approved earlier in the school year to have March 9, May 4, May 17, May 18, May 21 and May 23 as make up days.