District News
First Session of Laurel County Aspiring Administrator Initiative a Success

  

Exceptional Child Advisory Council Announced
2014 SUMMER FEEDING PROGRAM

2014 Laurel County Summer Feeding Program

"Fresh Start Camp" for ALL Laurel County Freshmen
NLMS Seeking SBDM Parent Member

We have two parents who are interested in serving on the NLMS SBDM council: Judi Hays and Kristen McCowan.
The election will take place at NLMS on Friday 7/25/2014 from 7:30am - 3:30pm.
Information about the candidates will be available for you to review prior to voting.
Please click on more information below to learn more about the candidates.

 

Action for Autism Donates IPADS
Amazing Teacher Attendance
VOTE NOW for Camp LEAP
SLHS 2014 Baseball Team Reaches Final 4
SLHS Softball Team Reaches Elite 8
BOE Thanks Laurel County Public Library
LCPS Aspiring School Administrator Initiative

Laurel County Public Schools is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 inaugural class of the LCPS Aspiring School Administrator Initiative now through June 30, 2014.   . . .  more information

 

SLHS 13th Region Softball Champions
SLHS 13th Region Baseball Champions
SLHS Teacher Part of National Teacher Appreciation
South Laurel High Ranks 11th in State
SLHS DECA Students Attend National Competition
SLHS Student Fourth-Time Qualifier for State
London Elementary Operation Tigers
Hazel Green Centennial
SLHS Band Members Score Distinguished
SLMS Band Best at King's Island Again
NLHS 2014 Governor's Scholars
SLHS 2014 Governor's Scholars
NLHS Students Win Math Competition
KDE Teacher of the Year Nominations Open
SLHS Choir Sings at Carnegie Hall
Bush ArcheryTeam Recognized
SLHS Archery Team Members Recognized
Hunter Hills Students Report on DC Trip
Hazel Green Celebrates Centennial
Laurel County District Receives Tree Hero Award
NLHS Winterguard Wins Silver
NLHS Indoor Drum Line Wins Silver

 

 

NLHS Archers Place in State Tournament

 

 

NLHS Swimmer Recognized
SLHS Student Crowned Outstanding Teen
SLHS Band Members Score Distinguished
Students Serve as Legislative Pages
Johnson Students Illustrate Character Education Word of the Month Sportsmanship
Chamber Names Three as Teacher of the Year
Board Member Earns KSBA Certification
NLMS Band Performs at KMEA
Bush Archery Team Regional Champions
NLHS Students in Honor Band
Johnson Academic Team District Champions
Three Laurel County Teachers Named Campbellsville Teacher of the Year
SLHS Continues Recycling
Character Education Word of the Month
SLHS Prom Preview
Elementary Academic Meet Schedules Set
District Spelling Bee Winners
Hall of Fame Recognition
Cadets Combine in Service
DECA Students Qualify for State
SLHS Students Nominated for Governor's Scholars
SLHS Girls Cross Country Team Recognized
NLHS GIrls Cross Country Team Recognized
GT Students Express Appreciation to BOE
Hazel Green Students Display Integrity
Schools Turn Trash to Cash
SLHS Students Selected for Blue Grass All-Region Honor
Senior Places First in Essay Contest
District Schools in Elgin Top Ten

 

 

Superintendent Meets with Student Advisory Council
BOE Recognizes Student Athletes
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Colony Students Show Caring
"CARDS for a Cure."
Word of the Month: Caring as Defined by NLMS 6th Grade Wildcats
Parent Educator Makes a Difference
London Elementary Exceptional Safety Measures in Spotlight
Youth Leadership Provides Service to Community
Laurel County Teacher Elected to KTSA Board
NO SCHOOL TODAY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10
Cold Hill Students Support Good Citizenship
Career Readiness Center Construction Begins
Johnson Book Club Reads "Wimpy Kid"
Veteran's Day Celebrations
Local Governement Officials Speak to Elementary Students
UNITE and FFA Plant The Promise
Sublimity and SCC Science Partnership
Student Poetry Contest
Veterans' Recognition Planned at Schools
SLHS Teachers Remembered
State Qualifier
Red Ribbon Week Commemoration
Camp Ground Students Show RESPECT
Students Define RESPECT
Navy JROTC Serves Community
Laurel County Schools Exceed State Goal to Achieve "Proficient" Score
SLHS Girls Soccer Going to State
Governors Scholar Applications Available
VOTE at celebratemydrive.com for North or South High School to win $100,000
NLHS Band in State Competition
Colony's Family Reading Night
NLHS Elects Homecoming King and Queen
Library Receives Wal Mart DC Donation
SLMS Clubs Meet
Johnson Receives Wal Mart DC Donation
Band on the Rise
Grand Champion Band
Shooting Stars Begin Elementary Basketball Season
Teachers Remembered
NLHS Students Achieve AP Success
London Students Excel in Math
NLHS Students Perform Random Acts of Kindness
SLHS Celebrates AP Achievement
NLHS Graduate Continues Success
SLHS Student Sees Government at Work
RESPONSIBILITY

Wyan Pine Grove 5th Grade Art Students Created the RESPONSIBILITY Banner

London-Laurel County Tourist Commission Announces Tourism Slogan Contest Open to All Laurel County Students

 

Winner to be awarded $100

South Laurel High Crowns Homecoming King and Queen
Laurel County Board of Education Recognizes Students' Music Achievements
Laurel County Board of Education Recognizes Student Achievement in the Arts
North Laurel Middle School Band Selected for KMEA Performance

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High Attendance Challenge to All Schools
Laurel County Preschool Screening Dates Set
Laurel County Preschool Registration/Screening
Camp Ground Library Receives Grant for Books
Bush and Hunter Hills Elementary Schools Recognized as 2012 National Center for Educational Achievement Higher Performing Schools.
The Laurel County Board of Education Expresses Appreciation to Somerset Community College Staff.
North Laurel High School to Host College Fair Monday the 9th
South Laurel High School Students Achieve Elite National Music Honor
WORD OF THE MONTH " FAIRNESS"
Laurel County Students Can Keep Smiling

 

Helping Laurel County Students Succeed in College and Careers
Laurel County Students Exceed Past Performance in Advanced Placement Exam Scores
Laurel County Social Studies Teachers Learn Local History
2013 BACK TO SCHOOL BASH!!
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