• 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.

  • 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.

  • State budget could deal serious blow to LaRue schools

    If Governor Matt Bevin’s budget passes, LaRue County Schools could face more than $1 million in new financial liability in the 2018-19 fiscal year.

    The steepest of the governor’s cuts pulls back state funding for student transportation from about 57 percent to 25 percent of the costs. This shifts a new $550,198 responsibility to LaRue County Schools.

  • LCHS students participate in All-State Choir
  • School calendar - February 21, 2018

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Scholarship calendar - February 21, 2018

    The following scholarships are available to LaRue County students:

    LaRue County Homemaker Scholarship

  • LaRue County students named to WKU fall 2017 honors list

    The following Western Kentucky University students from the LaRue County area were named to the Dean’s and President’s lists for the fall 2017 semester.

    Full-time undergraduate students with a semester grade-point average of 3.4 to 3.79 are named to the Dean’s List. Students with a GPA of 3.8 to 4.0 are named to the President’s List. Their names are marked with an asterisk.

    From Buffalo

    Randall S. Young

    Cameron A. Pellegrino*

    From Hodgenville

    Hannah N. Bush*

    Virginia L. Taylor

  • Bringing LCHS into Minecraft

    While reviewing the digital product online judging section of the Student Technology Leadership Program website last fall, members of LaRue County High School’s STLP club came across a competitive project that they couldn’t turn down.

    The challenge was to create a guided tour of their community including points of interest and community history in Minecraft, a video game that enables the player to create worlds through multiple different tools and materials.

  • Make a difference for our county’s youth

    Kentucky 4-H is one of the most important and influential youth programs in our state and our county. Across Kentucky over 290,000 youth ages 9 to 19 learn about leadership, citizenship and life skills in “learn-by-doing” experiences such as communications and public speaking, through agriculture projects like livestock judging, science projects with robotics, 4-H camp, Teen Conference, and many other 4-H programs and activities.

  • 4-H pizza fundraiser