National Honors Society Holds Blood Drive

Give blood save life red droplet and blood IV bag

Hudson High School National Honor Society students are holding a Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 20th from 3:00-7:00 PM at St. Patrick’s Church (1500 Vine Street, Hudson, WI) in the lower level.

Students, school staff and the community are welcome to donate.

Register online at: https://www.redcrossblood.org/  Donors must be 17 years of age. Students who are 16 years old may donate with completed parent permission form.

Questions may be directed to Lisa Kein, RN at 715.377.3805 or keinlr@hudson.k12.wi.us

Seeking Proposals for Strength & Conditioning Program

Hudson School District is Requesting Proposals for its strength and conditioning program.

Questions may be directed to: Aaron Moen at 715.377.3714; ext. 8097 or moenap@hudsonraiders.org

 

Elementary Summer School & Swim News

We are excited to offer two elementary summer school sessions this year!

Summer School Enrichment

Session Dates:

  • 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).

Summer Swim

Session Dates:

  • 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

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).

Registration Steps:

  1. Click on the FeePay shopping cart in the top left corner of the website or click here to access FeePay directly.
  2. Click on the Summer School box to see a full list of the summer school classes and to register online.
  3. 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.
    1. Please register with the Teaching and Learning Office.
    2. Staff will help you fill out the registration information.
    3. 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.

River Crest Day of Service

Elementary students stand at tables making "bee bombs" - clay balls filled with bee friendly plant seed.

Students at River Crest Elementary School participated in a “Day of Service.” Students had the opportunity to:

  • Make “Plantables” – clay balls that are filled with bee friendly plant seeds.
  • Learn about Coco’s Heart pet rescue program.
  • Learn about the non-profit group, Hope North, which provides services to children in Uganda, Africa who have been impacted by the country’s civil war.
  • And create placemats and Valentine’s Day cards for area assisted living residents.

Elementary students stand at tables making "bee bombs" - clay balls filled with bee friendly plant seed.

A large group of students sitting on the floor listening to a presentation.

High School Construction Update – January 2018

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.

A view of the steel construction of the new main corridor.

The image above shows the addition looking south from the new main corridor and locker bay.

A view of the steel construction of the new main corridor.

This image is a view west to east of the new main corridor.

Construction view of the addition with drywall being completed.

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.

Construction of the choir room with overhead structures covered in spray insulation.

The new choir room above will be significantly larger than the old space.

Cement floor in the admin level of the rotunda.

The cement flooring has been poured in the administrative offices.