Blast back to the past and learn about history at the Octagon House Museum. During this five day camp, we will take your child through major periods in local and national history. We will explore Hudson in the early days, the teens, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression and recovery decades, the 60’s-80’s and Hudson today. Through games, walking field trips and a fun research project (did you know making homemade ice cream with all the fixings is a research project?) students will be introduced to concept of making history fun! The camp will culminate with a living history presentation in which students portray important historical figures from local, state and national history. Please send a nut free snack and water bottle each day of camp.
This camp, for ages 7-12, will be held on June 26th – June 30th from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.
Tuition is $90.00 per student. Register online by click here and type in Blast to the Past in the search bar. You can also register by calling 715.377.3722 or visit the Community Education office on Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, at 644 Brakke Drive.
As a result of some classroom learning regarding access to clean water worldwide, students decided to fund-raise to support 2 non-profits: Water First International and Charity:Water. Both organizations provide greater access to clean water to children around the world and were researched and chosen by the class. Students produced public service announcements, an informational program for other students in the building, and raised funds in 2 ways- by selling full water bottles for $2 on Husky Fun Run day, and by getting pledges for the “Walk for Water” which was held on June 1. Students walked to Lake Mallalieu and around the block surrounding the school carrying gallon containers full of water. It was meant to represent the 4-6 mile average walk that kids worldwide take each day to get water for their families. Students raised a total of $1,276. Thanks North Hudson families for all of your support!
It was an honor to have Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker visit Hudson High School this morning (Friday, June 2nd). He was able to take a brief tour of the school where we highlighted the great work of our students and staff. Kudos to the Chemistry and Orchestra students who represented Hudson High School’s academic excellence.
Following his tour of the school, Governor Walker addressed students, staff, parents and community members in the auditorium. His remarks focused on the opportunities available to students who are going on to post-secondary learning or the workforce in Wisconsin. Perfect timing for our seniors who were in the audience as they prepare for graduation tomorrow. The Governor also spoke about his investment in K-12 school funding in his biennial budget proposal.
Governor Walker’s optimistic remarks and good humor were well received by the audience. Following the presentation, Board of Education President, Jamie Johnson and Superintendent Nick Ouellette had some time to chat directly with Governor Walker.
Hudson Community Education is looking for ideas and instructors to expand our course offerings. If you have an interest in providing a class please complete our Course Proposal form (see the link below) or give us a call at 715.377.3722.
Community Education is a great way to earn income and share your talents. Instructors receive 70% of the tuition fee for the classes they teach. Community Education takes care of finding you free classroom space, advertising, and student enrollment.
We are looking for instructors who can teach youth enrichment courses after school and on weekends. We are also looking for instructors to teach classes that enhance the learning and recreational needs of adult community members.
Thank you for sharing your time and talents with Hudson Community Education!
Click here to complete our Course Proposal Form by June 1, 2017
Effective Monday, May 22, the new Southwest Parking Lot will be open for Juniors and Seniors with parking passes – the entrance and exit to this lot are new, so please look at the map above to see how you will get in and out of this lot. Overflow and Sophomore parking will continue to be available at the St. Patrick’s Church lot.
Buses and parents providing student drop-off will continue to enter the site at the current entrance and exit out through the new parking lot. The map link below shows the loop for buses, student drop-off, and visitors. Parking for visitors will be in the designated portion of the existing main parking lot.
Student registration for the 2017-2018 School Year is open online.
- Families need to complete the registration process for each child by June 1st.
- If you have a child currently enrolled in the school district, begin the registration process by logging into your Skyward Family Access account by clicking here.
- In addition to your Skyward registration, you will be able to pay fees, and sign up for transportation.
- All students who are eligible for transportation must opt IN as you complete the transportation section. If you have questions regarding transportation call Safe Way at 715.386.2824.
- If you do not have access to a computer at home, please call your child’s school office for assistance.
The instructions below will walk your through the registration process:
Families who are new to Hudson School District:
If you are new to the Hudson School District and your child has never been enrolled here, please click on the New Student Online Enrollment Portal and request an account to enroll your child(ren). If you are unsure of the elementary school boundaries, please click here and type in your address.
Once you create an account, you will be emailed a login and password to our Skyward Family Access program in order to complete the New Student Online Enrollment form.
Congratulations to North Hudson’s 5th Grade Math Masters!
On Friday, April 21st, five 5th grade North Hudson students loaded a bus at 7:00 a.m. and headed to the Math Masters of Minnesota Competition in Hammond, Wisconsin. Math Masters challenges students to use critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities in mathematics while recognizing academic effort and achievement.
The North Hudson team consisted of Graham Close, Aaron Sparling, Sarah Davis, Charlie Rode, and Nathan Prestrud. Over the past four months, these five students were coached twice a week and spent numerous hours problem solving and practicing fact drills. The competition in Hammond involved three different parts:
- The first part was a 5-minute seventy-five problem individual fact round. This round consisted of basic facts and more complex facts requiring students to be advanced in their understanding of math computation and Order of Operations.
- This was followed by four 10-minute individual problem-solving rounds.
- Finally, 5th graders finished this four-hour competition with three 15-minute team problem-solving rounds.
North Hudson was so excited to have three students receive a ribbon for being in the top 12 out of 77 students participating in the Individual Fact Round.
- Graham Close: 10th place
- Aaron Sparling: 10th place
- Sarah Davis: 5th place
Additional Congratulations to Graham Close for taking 1st place in the Individual Problem Solving rounds. Graham received a score of 23/24 problems correct which is a rare achievement!
The awards didn’t end there! These North Hudson 5th graders also brought back the Third Place Math Masters of Minnesota Team Award! What a wonderful accomplishment!
5th grade team, your hard work, dedication, and persistence these past 4 months have been amazing! Thank you, also to the classroom teachers for cultivating their mathematical abilities; and parents, for supporting, encouraging and helping at home!
Music composer Dr. Jack Stamp visited our Middle School 7th grade bands. He answered many questions from students and gave them insight into the world of composing music. We were fortunate to have him work with our students!
Sarah K. received some special time and attention with Dr. Stamp while working on her latest composition assignment for band class. She has a great start to a piano composition. Dr. Stamp gave her some feedback and music theory tips to help further her theory understanding and compositional techniques.
Community Education offers a variety of enrichment classes for students over the summer. Whether your child is interested in art or wants to be active in a sports camp – check out our summer offerings below:
Click here to search and register for Community Education classes.