High School & Middle School Orchestras Join Mark Wood for Electrify Your Strings Concert

High School and Middle School orchestra students performing on stage with Mark Wood for Electrify Your Strings concert.

Electrify Your Strings is a music education program created by electric violinist and recording artist Mark Wood. Wood came to Hudson High School for an intensive and energizing 2 day visit with the Middle and High School orchestras, that culminated in an exciting rock orchestra concert. The joint orchestras gave an exhilarating performance that included classic rock arrangements and Wood’s own compositions.

Hudson Middle School Honors December’s Raiders of the Month

Hudson Middle School December Raider of the Month honorees post with their certificates.

Hudson Middle School hosted an award breakfast for December’s Raider of the Month honorees. December’s theme was Service – The action of helping or doing work for someone for no personal tangible benefit. Each grade level house, Tech. Ed., Spanish and PE nominated two students to be honored with the award. The Middle School hosts this special breakfast on the third Friday of each month to acknowledge students who show outstanding qualities that embody the monthly theme. Great job Raiders!

Middle School Geography Bee Winners

Last week, Hudson Middle School conducted their annual GeoBee for the National Geographic Bee, an annual geography competition sponsored by the National Geographic Society. This year’s HMS winner was Shloke J., with second place going to Graeme P., and third place going to Sawyer R.

Shloke will have the chance to compete in Madison at the state-level competition in March. Great job and good luck in Madison!

Hudson High School Open House – January 7, 2019

The front entrance of the high school with flags centered.

Hudson High School is holding an Open House on Monday, January 7, 2019 from 6:00-8:00 PM.

A view of the High School STEM commons classroom space.

A view of the High School locker bay from the second floor.

Aerial view of the high school building, stadium and parking lot.

The high school forum during lunch hour.

Students working in the High School art classroom.

The Hudson High School construction project is complete and we inviting the public in to tour. Board of Education members and staff will be available throughout the building to answer questions.

Statistical Information Then & Now

  • 1975 HHS Building Area = 115,530 sq. ft. – 2018 HHS Building Area = 425,000 sq. ft.
  • 1975 HHS Student Population = 850 – 2018 HHS Student Population = 1,800
  • 1975 HHS Employees = 57 – 2018 HHS Employees = 216

 

 

Middle School Raiders of the Month – Responsible Risk Takers

A group of Middle School students pose with their Raider of the Month certificates.

Congratulations to October’s Raiders of the Month! Middle School students were recognized for their taking “responsible risks.” This group of student role models, demonstrated responsible risk taking by participating in class, joining clubs in school and participating in activities outside of school. They also took the initiative to talk a teacher when needing answers or assistance. We are particularly proud of them for standing up against bullying along with supporting and encouraging others.

A group of Middle School students pose with their Raider of the Month certificates.

A group of Middle School students pose with their Raider of the Month certificates.

A group of Middle School students pose with their Raider of the Month certificates.

A group of Middle School students pose with their Raider of the Month certificates.

Celebrating Our Raiders of the Month

MS students pose with their Raider of the Month awards.

Hudson Middle School recently held a special breakfast to recognize students at each grade level as Raiders of the Month. The students were recognized for “Thinking with Clarity and Precision.” Specifically, students displayed taking time to think through questions, fully answer problems and tasks. Also, taking the time to get it right and clearly sharing their thoughts and opinions.

 

Willow River Open House – 100 Years of Education

Willow River Open House brochure cover with old and new school.

Willow River Elementary School invites you to their 100 Years of Education Open House on Saturday, October 6th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. The Willow River Parent Group will be hosting an ice cream social from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. The school will also be open for self-guided tours with volunteers placed throughout the building sharing stories of our history.

Hudson High School Dedication & Open House

Main entrance of High School with flags in the foreground.

Hudson High School invites you to their Dedication & Open House on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:00- 8:00 PM

Dedication Open House program featuring the HS faculty.

HHS Open House Facts

Statistical Information Then & Now

  • 1975 building area: 115,530 sq. ft.
    • 2018 building area: 425,000 sq. ft.
  • 1975 student population: 850
    • 2018 student population: 1,800
  • 1975 High School employees: 57
    • 2018 High School employees: 216

Bond Question 1: Transforming and Reinvesting in Hudson High School for Our Next Generation of Learners.

  • Design classrooms that are flexible and adaptable to changing instructional and curricular needs.
  • Increase and improve special education learning spaces.
  • Create space to support the High School’s growing academy programs.
  • Improve building function, including safe and efficient movement of students.
  • $74,300,000

Bond Question 3: Transforming Our Performing Arts, Physical Education, and Outdoor Athletics Venues to Enhance Opportunities for Student and Community Use.

  • Expand student and community athletic opportunities with new multi-purpose stadium.
  • Enhance student and audience performance experience with auditorium renovations.
  • $8,200,000