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Education

  • LaRue County School Board make tough decisions

    The LaRue County School Board approved an amended 2017-2018 calendar during their regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 16.

  • Three Students Named Academic All-Americans

    Three LaRue County Seniors received the prestigious designation of Academic All-American by the National Speech and Debate Association for the 2017-18 school year. To be eligible for Academic All-American, a student must have a 3.5-4.0 GPA, a 28 or better on the ACT, and have achieved the degree of Superior Distinction by earning over 750 speech, debate, or service points in the NSDA, and demonstrated outstanding character and leadership. Seniors Elena Cecil, Nate Risner, and Parker Anderson have all achieved this designation.

  • School Calendar

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Scholarship Calendar

    The following scholarships are available to LaRue Co. students:

    Hodgenville Rotary Club James D. LaRue, Jr. Scholarship

        The Hodgenville Rotary Club is currently accepting scholarship applications for the club’s James D LaRue, Jr. Scholarship. The deadline is April 26, 2018.

  • Students participate in mock interviews

    How should a person prepare for interviewing for a job? How should the person dress—formal, informal, casual? What questions should he anticipate?

    To help LaRue County High School students answer these questions as well as to give them a feel for actually interviewing for a position, all the school’s seniors will participate in mock interviews with community members at the high school Friday.

  • LCHS senior raking in awards for words and deeds

    Not only is Elena Cecil living her family’s legacy of speech and service, the 17-year-old LaRue County High School senior is winning awards for both. A lot of awards. Major awards. So many, in fact, that she could fill a trophy case.

  • LCHS senior raking in awards for words and deeds

    Not only is Elena Cecil living her family’s legacy of speech and service, the 17-year-old LaRue County High School senior is winning awards for both. A lot of awards. Major awards. So many, in fact, that she could fill a trophy case.

  • Active Shooter Training

     

    The loud bangs of gunshots echoed through the halls of LaRue County Middle School April 20 as Kentucky State Police provided active shooter training for the school’s faculty and staff.

  • Grant helps LCS upgrade van for wheelchairs

    An $8,600 grant will provide students from LaRue County Schools who rely on wheelchairs easier access to field trips, other school activities and even job opportunities.

    A 2011 Dodge Caravan owned by the district was retrofitted in February to make it wheelchair accessible at a cost of $8,680. The money was provided by the WHAS Crusade for Children, which raises funds for agencies, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children.

  • Chess club at ALES

     Since the arrival of video games, many young people are growing up without enjoying the fun of sitting across a table from an opponent, contemplating their strategy while playing on actual boards.

    The students in the chess club at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, however, are competing the old fashioned way, learning the rules of the game as they challenge fellow club members.