EP Rock Completes Media Center Mural

Student designed mural above the media center entry.
EP Rock was excited to unveil their Media Center mural created by local artist Liz Malanaphy with students. Ms. Malanaphy is a Reading and Math assistant at the school. Last spring she worked with every EP Rock student to design and create the mural. Some classes contributed individual art pieces, others help paint the back ground, and every student helped to make it possible. The mural was funded through an Education Foundation of Hudson Star Grant.

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