HES, ALES, and LCMS 4th District Treble Choirs
All students have until Friday September 28th to get their hepatitis A vaccine by the healthy kids clinic or have their vaccination certificate turned in to their school nurse.
6th Grade V.I.P. Hawks Leading Hawks
6th Grade V.I.P. Hawks Leading Hawks
Superintendent Mr. David Raleigh with LCMS students
Superintendent Mr. David Raleigh with LCMS students
7th Grade S.W.A.T. Hawks Leading Hawks
7th Grade S.W.A.T. Hawks Leading Hawks
Mr. Noe and Mr. Hurst
Mr. Noe and Mr. Hurst
8th Grade Wildcards Hawks Leading Hawks
8th Grade Wildcards Hawks Leading Hawks
LCMS Choir
LCMS Choir
6th Grade Superstars Hawks Leading Hawks
6th Grade Superstars Hawks Leading Hawks
2018 ExCEL winner from LaRue County Middle School, Andy Arendt
2018 ExCEL winner from LaRue County Middle School, Andy Arendt
Staff vs. Students basketball game
Staff vs. Students basketball game
7th grade A-Team Hawks Leading Hawks
7th grade A-Team Hawks Leading Hawks
Office staff
Office staff
2018 ExCEL winner from LaRue County Middle School, Andy Arendt
2018 ExCEL winner from LaRue County Middle School, Andy Arendt
Awesome 7th grade teachers
Awesome 7th grade teachers
Wild Cards 8th grade Hawks Leading Hawks
Wild Cards 8th grade Hawks Leading Hawks
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(left to Right) David L. Raleigh, Superintendent LaRue County Schools; Karlotta Cecil, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School; Misty Bivens, LaRue County High School; Tim Gross, LaRue County Middle School; and Lacy Hatfield, Hodgenville Elementary School.
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These girls enjoy talking while walking during 15 minutes of morning fitness at Hodgenville Elementary School. From front left/right are Jocelyn Corleto and Gracie Hay; Izabelly Diaz and Kyleigh Markham; and Kaylee Clark and Rachael Hammons.
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LaRue County Middle School offers top-quality, end-to-end education for students in grades 6 through 8. Our school provides in class and online access to all students all day long with laptops that students carry throughout the school day.  Our staff and students have a history of accelerated achievement and create an atmosphere pride. 

 

Our sole focus is student success. From the minute each child enrolls in LaRue County Middle School, he or she will be provided access to teachers, counselors, administrative staff, and other methods of support to enable them to become successful. We also encourage school to home communication to better serve our students.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, or if we can help you to ensure that your child is successful.

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LaRue County Middle School

911 S. Lincoln Blvd.
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Ph: 270-358-3196
Fx: (270) 358-3946