Kindergarten students in Ms. Wahlberg’s class take a brain break in the atrium. They are exploring the sensory path. The path helps children develop motor skills, balance, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness.
Hudson and River Falls teamed up to host the 7th annual Rhythm by the River Marching Band Competition at Hudson on Sunday. Seven schools participated in two performance classes and were judged by a panel of 8 music and marching band professionals.
Congratulations to Tom Klatt, high school Technology Education and Project Lead the Way instructor, on being awarded a $1,774.00 Ann Marie Grant for CNC Plasma Cutting Software. This software allows students to intricately and accurately create designs and cut metal. The award will help purchase software and equipment to increase the number of student workstations from the current one to four.
Westconsin Credit Union employees came to Ms. Hentz’s Entrepreneurship class to talk about what the “FISH Philosophy” is all about! The “FISH Philosophy” is about creating happy workplaces. Check out the history of the philosophy here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish!_Philosophy
Congratulations to this years Homecoming Volleyball Tournament champions! Go Raiders!
Ms. Kiesler’s North Hudson Kindergarten class went to the apple orchard to learn about how apples are grown, harvested, and used to supply food to people. They learned about what apples need in order to grow their best and about all the fun things you can do at apple orchards!
Hudson Raiders Girls Varsity Golf Team qualified for next week’s Sectional Tournament in Stevens Point with a team score of 391. First place went to New Richmond and second place went to River Falls. Eau Claire Memorial finished fourth which also qualified their team. Congratulations to the Raiders Girls Golf Team for this benchmark accomplishment with our program!
Raider homecoming spirit spread across the district today, as the Spirit Bus along with the football team, marching band and the Raidaires visited our elementary schools; promoting Raider Pride, sportsmanship and having some homecoming fun. Go Raiders!
Congratulations to the Girls Golf team in their 2nd place finish in the Big Rivers Conference! Congratulations is also extended to team member, Paige Hillman who was again medalist at this tournament and awarded the BRC Conference Player of the Year along with being named to the All Conference 1st Team.
Next up will be the State Regional Tournament at Superior on Wednesday, October 2nd.
It’s that time of the year to get signed up for Destination Imagination!
We are hosting a DI Maker Day so you can find out what DI is all about. on
- Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019
- 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Willow River Elementary School.
- All children are welcome.
- Click here to get your registration form.
Drop in any time, stay for the fun. We will provide:
- A room full of crazy, creative things for you to create with!
- All the information you need to join a DI team or start your own team (between 2 and 7 kids, any grade, K through 12)
- Copies of the New Challenges!