We are excited to offer two elementary summer school sessions this year!
Summer School Enrichment
June 4-15, 2018 from 8:00 – 11:55 AM
River Crest Elementary and North Hudson Elementary Schools
August 6-17, 2018 8:00 – 11:55 AM
Hudson Prairie Elementary School (this location has not yet been confirmed)
Summer school classes are open to children entering 1st-6th grades in the fall of 2018. Sixth graders may attend summer school at either an elementary school or the Middle School.
The Summer School day will begin at 8:00 AM and end at 11:55 AM. You can sign your child up for any part of the summer school day (1-4 hours). June classes will be either one or two hours in length. August classes will be set up a “camps” that will be two hours in length. The camps will provide children with more in-depth exploration and engaging experiences related to the camp theme.
Registration information is below.
Math and Reading Camps
Math and Reading Camps will be held in August for students who are recommended to attend by their teacher. This support camp will be scheduled with the August 6-17 enrichment classes.
Introduction to Kindergarten
Introduction to Kindergarten will be offered in June and August. This class is designed for children who would benefit from spending time preparing for Kindergarten. Factors to consider include, maturity of the child, previous experience in preschool/4K, need for support with transitions or need of support with separation.
Classes will be offered at all six elementary schools. If there are not enough students registered at a particular building, parents will be asked to attend an alternative school.
Registration will open online Thursday, March 1, 2018 through FeePay (see registration information below).
Session A: June 4-15
Session B: June 18-29
Session C: July 9-20
Session D: July 23-August 3
Registration information is located below.
Registration will begin, March 1, 2018. You may view the Summer School and Summer Swim class descriptions on the website beginning Friday, February 23rd (click here to view the class descriptions).
Click on the FeePay shopping cart in the top left corner of the website or click here to access FeePay directly.
Click on the Summer School box to see a full list of the summer school classes and to register online.
If you are unable to register online, you may register at the School District’s Administrative Services Office at 644 Brakke Drive beginning Thursday, March 1st from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
Please register with the Teaching and Learning Office.
Staff will help you fill out the registration information.
You will be asked to select a first and second choice for classes.
If you have questions, please contact Teaching and Learning Services at 715.377.3705.
As people drive by the High School campus, they can see the majority of the majority of the exterior walls of the addition are complete. Inside, drywall is being installed throughout the addition. Above is an image of the new addition with installed stone exterior and windows.
The image above shows the addition looking south from the new main corridor and locker bay.
This image is a view west to east of the new main corridor.
Installation of the drywall in the addition progresses.
Renovations on existing portions of the building are focused on the Music Department’s spaces. Below is a video clip showing the band room wall being deconstructed to make way for new doors and windows.
The new choir room above will be significantly larger than the old space.
The cement flooring has been poured in the administrative offices.
Hudson Prairie Elementary School 5th grade students raised funds to rescue dogs impacted by the Texas hurricane and floods. As part of the Hudson Heroes program, 5th graders Lauren K., and Bennett Tank, sold wristbands at school and raised $120. The students worked with the Kiwanis mentor Dick Hagen. The money raised went to “Shiloh’s Road to Help.” The money will be used to transport rescue dogs to safe and welcoming families.
Hudson High School Theater presents “The Sound of Music” for six performances, February 16th – February 25th in our beautiful new auditorium! Ticket prices are $12.00 for adults and $7.00 for students. The box office is open beginning Feb. 1st from 3PM to 7PM Monday through Friday. The Box Office number is: 715-377-3808.
Representatives from 75 employers and post-secondary schools.
Meet and talk with STEM+ female professionals.
For more information contact: Jodie Bray, Engineering and Technology teacher at Hudson Middle School email@example.com or Melisa Hansen, Hudson School to Career Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hudson Prairie students work on being heroes through a partnership with the Kiwanis Club of Greater Hudson. A hero is someone who sees a problem in the world and wants to do something to make the world a better place. The students work on a problem with a volunteer Kiwanis mentor once a week over a several months to solve the problem.
In the picture above, students display items collected for Grace Place. Picture are: Annie F., Ruby W., Brooklyn S., and Kaitlyn D.
Students above show the items collected for Grace Place. Pictured are: Brynn H., Ashley N., and Issac M.
Students show the pet supplies collected for Coco’s Heart. Pictured are: Nancy Dietz, Hudson Kiwanis Club mentor, Peyton M., Sarah P, and Matt P., and volunteers from Coco’s Heart. (Missing from the photo is student Elaine M.)
Join us for our Annual Kindergarten and 4K Registration and information event on Tuesday, January 23 from 4-6:00 PM. Families who interested in enrolling their child for Kindergarten or Hudson’s Community 4 K program are invited to visit stations and get more information on Health Services, Nutrition Services, School Age Care, technology, Kindergarten learning, and opportunities for getting involved.
Please plan on bringing proof of residency. Online registration for the 2018-19 school year will open on Wednesday, January 24th for families who have not enrolled their child in 4K or early childhood previously with the Hudson School District.
Hudson Prairie Elementary School student council members rang bells for the Salvation Army at Family Fresh. Students had fun encouraging donations as they sang songs and spread holiday cheer.
Students included: Front row left to right – Zane E., Zachary W., Makena K., Jylian W., Anthony R., Cale L., Cal A. Back row left to right – Hunter O., Sydney V., Sofia B., Addie L., along with Student Council staff advisors, Mrs. DeLong and Ms. Dierks.
Junior Achievement volunteer, Penny Heiti, teaches students in Mrs. Head’s 4th grade class about small businesses. Students participated in a hot dog stand game to learn about revenue and expenses when owning a small business.