Hudson Schools Exceed or Significantly Exceed Expectations

State of Wisconsin with the number 83.9 Significantly Exceeds Expectations

The Hudson School District is excited to report that the School District is ranked in the top 8% of Wisconsin school districts according to the recently released Wisconsin School Report Cards. All of the Hudson Schools scored an Exceeds or Significantly Exceeds Expectations on their report cards. The School District is particularly proud of progress made on closing learning gaps and making academic progress for all children.

Individual 2018-2019 School Report Cards can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

Click on the following link to learn more about Wisconsin School Report Cards: https://dpi.wi.gov/accountability/report-cards

All Night Senior Party News

All night senior party news with seated graduation image in the background.
Hudson High School Seniors/Parents – register now for the Senior All Night Graduation Party!
The All Night Party is a lock-in celebration held the night of the graduation ceremony for all graduating seniors. For 30 years, the Hudson community, schools, and parents have teamed together to help our graduates celebrate their big night in a safe, chemical-free environment. Students can expect dozens of fun activities and games, music, fabulous food, and BIG PRIZES, PRIZES, PRIZES! The event has been highly successful, with about 85% of the graduating class in attendance in a typical year.
Register your senior now at HudsonSAFE.org by clicking on the following link: https://www.hudsonsafe.org/2020-senior-party/senior-party-registration. The cost is $50 and includes a class T-Shirt. Questions? Contact hhssrparty@gmail.com.

Learning About St. Croix River

A group of students at a table with an animal pelt.

EP Rock Elementary School 4th grade students used their observation skills to learn about the animals that live near and around the St. Croix River. Students discovered the interconnectedness of a river ecosystem, which humans are a part of, and they created an ecosystem model. Community resources, National Park Ranger Jamie Kern and St. Croix River Association Naturalist, Laura Istel taught the lesson.

A group of students at a table with an animal pelt.

A group of students making observations about turkey feathers.