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Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

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First Fred Award
Shelia Skaggs Earns District's First Fred Award Read More
School Hallway
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Sources of Strength
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NCWIT Award
LaRue County Students Win NCWIT Awards Read More
LCHS students who have developed an interactive “Hall of Fame” program accessible online are, from left, T.J. Reip, Tristen Locke, Biven Turner, and Gavin Whitehouse.
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HUNTER HOWELL
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Lacy Hatfield
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Clay Cecil
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LCHS Students Complete State Registered Nursing Assistant Program Read More
JAKE WALTERS
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Wall of Fame
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Abigail Hazelwood
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Sidebottom Nominated for Special Education Teacher of the Year
Sidebottom Nominated for Special Education Teacher of the Year Read More
School Resource Deputy - Brandon Boone
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Hep A Compliance
Hep A Vaccinations: Mission Accomplished Read More
Safety Forum Oct 23, 6 p.m.
LCS Invites Parents, Community to School Safety Forum Read More
(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.
ExCEL Nominees Share Passion for Student Success Read More
Playing a video game that teaches basic computer coding are, front to back, Jocelyn Corletto, Natalie Sampson, Izabelly Diaz, Abigail Whittington & Adrianna Smith.
Innovative Females in Technology Read More
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.
Morning Fitness at HES Read More
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About Our School

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Abraham Lincoln Elementary opened in August 2007  The Kindergarten - 5th grade school has an enrollment of approximately 500 students and features Smartboard technology and each classroom is equipped with 18 chromebook stations.

Student activities include a variety of student interest clubs.  Through club participation, students are able to explore opportunities in wrestling, chess, art, book studies, archery, and percussion ensemble.  Our Academic Team excels in District and Regional competition.  Our Jr. Beta Club has been recognized as a National School of Merit and our campus boasts one of the largest Camp Invention programs in the state. Our students are recognized daily for their accomplishments through the school’s student television broadcast WABE news, led by our award winning Student Technology Leadership Program.

Abraham Lincoln Elementary is proud to be a PBIS school and has implemented the HAWK Store as part of our PBIS reward system.  Our school is also part of the Community Eligibility Provision program that provides free breakfast and lunch for every student.  ALES is labeled a Healthy U.S. Gold School and has been recognized for its outstanding Parent Teacher Organization.

 

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Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

2101 Lincoln Farm Rd.
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Ph: 270-358-4112
Fx: (270) 358-4142