Log into Skyward by clicking here or on the Skyward icon in the top left corner of the website. If you do not know your login information, please call the Hudson Prairie Elementary Office and speak with Amy or Linda (715.377.3860). After one parent has selected a conference time, a second parent in the same family may login and join the same conference time, but cannot create a new time.
Choose your child and then click on Teacher Conferences in the blue menu list on the left-hand side.
To schedule a conference, click the All Conferences button after your child’s name.
Click on Select a Time.
Find the slot you would like to schedule, and click Select.
In the Select Time Slot window, make sure the date and time are correct for the slot you want to add, then click Save Selection.
The All Conferences Status will indicate Scheduled.
To remove or change a conference, click All Conferences and View Selected Times in the Scheduled Conference Times section.
In the Deselect Time Slot window, make sure the date and time are correct for the slot you want to remove, and click save.
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!
Presentations were also provided by Board Treasurer Heather Logelin and Tim Erickson, Chief Financial and Operations Officer. Together, they covered the 2019-2020 proposed budget and levy, budget challenges and assumptions, and the impact on property taxes.
Address reduced state funding levels.
Address instructional needs for all learners including: staff professional development, curriculum adoption, resource materials, and services to meet student needs.
Maintain student to teacher ratios within class size guidelines.
Sustainable funding for long-term maintenance and capital improvement plan for all facilities.
State equalization aid is projected to be $836,000 less or 3.8% lower than last year and per pupil categorical aid has been increased by $88 per student under the first year of the biennial state budget or a $496,000 increase over last year.
The estimated mill rate of $10.35 is down 1.54% from last year’s $10.51. Overall property valuation is estimated to increase 10.09% compared to 3.7% last year. The state average is 6.0%
Total under levy stands at approximately $3,300,000, which is direct tax relief for property owners in the Hudson School District.
Salaries and benefits are budgeted to increase $1,830,000 or 4.0% over last and include new staffing, staffing reductions, Teacher Salary Structure, Support Staff Compensation System, Hudson Lead Salary Structure, and Board approved increase of 2.5%
Throughout the school year, over thirty (30) Hudson students in grades 5-10 competed in the Scenario Writing Competition for Future Problem Solving. Of those students, twelve (12) qualified to attend the state Future Problem Solving competition this past April. The Wisconsin State winners were invited to advance to the international conference. Hudson’s four state winners included, Ben Weaver – 1st place WI Scenario Writer, Junior Division; George Cook – 2nd place WI Scenario Writer, Junior Division; Ainsley Kennedy – 1st place WI Scenario Writer, Senior Division; and Julia Ginsbach – 2nd place WI Scenario Writer, Senior Division.
Pictured above: Benjamin Weaver (Hudson Middle School); George Cook (Hudson Prairie Elementary School); Ainsley Kennedy (Hudson High School); Julia Ginsbach (Hudson High School)
At the Future Problem Solving International Conference, the students were matched up with writers from around the United States and the world for the team scenario writing competition. During the competition, teams wrote a new, collaborative story in two hours based on a future scene and topic. This year’s topic was “De-Extinction.” There were 85 competitors who qualified for the International Scenario Writing competition. Hudson came home with two awards. Benjamin Weaver’s team scenario earned 2nd place in the Junior Division and Julia Ginsbach’s team scenario earned 1st place in the Senior Division.
Picture above: Benjamin Weaver with his teammates from Kentucky, Michigan and France.
Pictured above: Julia Ginsbach with her teammates from California, Washington and Kentucky.
The Future Problem Solving International Conference provides participants with the opportunity to experience a high-level of competition and gain valuable feedback from a wider audience on their writing. Additionally, participants learn about and interact with students from diverse cultures, gaining a global perspective on topics and issues that affect our whole world and collective future. It is a motivating and enriching experience for all who attend!
Flags and flag bearers at the Opening Ceremony of at the Future Problem Solvers International Conference at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Students in Ms. Dierks’ 3rd grade class at Hudson Prairie Elementary School celebrated the great books they read during the year by creating a Book Float. The students decorated the floats and created a scene to display one event from the book. In addition, they wrote an opinion paragraph on why it was a good book and a commentary to read during the Book Float parade.
Back: Dylan Olk, Will Cook, Tyler Axel, Jacey Renstrom, Greta Gies, Ava Swavely, Kylee Jaynes, Kat Schultz, Leah Coleman, Noah Signalness, Felicity Reidenbach
Front: Gabe Larson, Casey Beatty, Beckett Ertel, Victoria Tank, Maddox Geurkink, Kelsey Roder, Reese Schmidt, Kaidyn Willits, Ella Steuernagel, Brenna Oberle
Hudson Prairie Elementary School 5th grade students participated in a Pollinator Habitat planting event sponsored by Pheasants for Forever. This program aims to increase awareness about declining pollinator populations, educate the general public on the importance of habitat for pollinators, and establish quality pollinator habitats across the country. Volunteers from Trout Unlimited and the St. Croix Valley Beekeepers Association also participated in the event to share with students the importance of native plants to healthy river systems and the important role bees play in our ecosystem. Students planted native prairie plants in order to help establish a healthy pollinator habitat.
What an ideal place – at Hudson Prairie Elementary!
Hudson Prairie’s 5th graders had an interesting experience learning about law from local attorney Ryan Cari. As part of their lesson, students researched a fairy tale and held a mock trial based on the story.
Students in the Hudson Prairie Elementary School “Hudson Hero” program were recognized by the Hudson Kiwanis Club with a pizza party and award ceremony. A “Hudson Hero” is someone who sees a problem in the world and takes some action to solve the problem in order to make the world a better place. The 5th grade heroes helped animals, world hunger, children with prosthetic devices, and collected items for service men and women. The group met during their lunch time with a Hudson Kiwanis Club mentor to work on their projects.
Pictured above: Joey A., Cale L., Grant S., Everett Huth, Luke J., Austin S., Rylie M., Sydnee P., Brenna N., Norah K., Jylian W, Peyton K., Ruby W., Kaitlyn D., Madeline M., Josh S., Hunter M.
Pictured above: Kiwanis member Dick Hagen, Joey A., Cale L., Jilian W., Peyton K.