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Two students tending to a large potato plant.

North Hudson Elementary 3rd grade students partnered with the Wisconsin Potato Growers Auxiliary to learn about the Wisconsin potato industry. Did you know that Wisconsin is the 3rd largest producer of potatoes in the United States? Additionally, students learned healthy nutrition facts about potatoes.

April 4th Referendum Community Meetings

Hudson Schools Referendum Information Sessions

Learn more about the April 4th referendum questions by joining one of the upcoming Community Information Presentations:

  • March 21 Virtual presentation via Zoom; 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM (click here)
  • March 23 at North Hudson Elementary School Media Center; 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM (510 Lemon St. N.)

Questions #1 — Resolution to exceed the revenue cap commencing with the 2023-2024 school year in an amount of $8 million each year on a recurring basis for the purpose of paying District operations, maintenance, and staffing costs.

Questions #2 — Resolution authorizing issuance of general obligation bonds in the amount not to exceed $29,000,000 for the facility and grounds improvements to the EP Rock and North Hudson Elementary Schools and the Hudson Middle School, and equipment acquisition related to said projects.

Additional information is available by click here.


Meet the School Board Candidates

School Board Candidates Forum

On Tuesday evening (March 7, 2023), the Willow River and Houlton Parent Groups hosted a School Board Candidates Forum. Take a moment to watch the video and get to know the candidates. The School Board election is April 4th. There are two positions up for election this spring. Click here to view the forum.


Winter Weather Alert

We have all experienced the unpredictability of winter storms this season. The Hudson School District is closely monitoring the weather for Wednesday and Thursday. At this time, we are holding on making a decision on any school closures until we have a clear idea on the actual amount of snow in our community. We know other school districts have made the decision to close school in advance of the storm. We feel it is in the best interest of our kids and staff to wait to make the determination until the storm actually arrives.

We want families to plan and have as much advance notice as possible of any changes to the school day. A decision to close schools on Wednesday will be sent to families and staff no later than 5:00 A.M. Wednesday, but may be made yet this evening. If school is held on Wednesday, we will have 3-hour early release. This means:

  • NO morning or afternoon 4K or early childhood services. 
  • School Age Care families should plan to pick up their children within 1 hour of school closing. 
  • No after school activities, practices, or events. 
  • The Raider Fitness Center will be closed. 
  • Families with inclement weather routes should use their alternate pick up and drop off locations.

Based on the storm predictions for Wednesday afternoon into Thursday, we will likely be closed on Thursday. We may also experience a delay or closure on Friday depending on blowing and drifting snow.

What does this mean for making up lost instructional time? 

If there is a school closure for a full day, we will need to make up instructional time. The School District will add 10 minutes to the school day. It has not been determined if this additional time would be at the start of the day, end of the day, or a combination of both (details will be sent to families and staff by Friday). The High School will no longer have Wednesday early release days. Both the additional minutes to the day and the removal of the High School Wednesday early release days would start on Monday, February 27, 2023.

In the event there are no additional snow days, with the added minutes to the day, we could potentially have the last day for students be June 8, 2023.

Families and staff will be notified if there are any changes to the above plan.

River Crest Elementary School Honors Veterans

Students pose with a veteran in a wheel chair.

In honor of Veterans Day, River Crest Elementary School held a Veterans Appreciation Ceremony and reception.

River Crest families along with their Veterans were invited to attend. The ceremony included the Color Guard, students singing “Grateful to Be American” and “America the Beautiful” which was led in sign language by River Crest 3rd grade students, and speeches by several River Crest students.  Students learned about flag etiquette from Command Sergeant Major Jason Miller and Sergeant Amanda Armstrong.  They also learned about the armed services branches. Sergeant Corey O’Keefe was a special guest speaker and former Hudson graduate, Lieutenant Casey Fall, sent a video clip that taught students about the Coast Guard. Prior to the Color Guard retiring the flag, the entire student body sang “Happy Birthday” to WWII veteran Don Jones, who celebrated his 104th birthday in November. Mr. Jones is the great-grandfather of Drew, Liam and Isla Agrimson. River Crest families sent in pictures of their Veterans that were assembled into a slideshow that was also shared with students and families. A Veterans Wall of Honor displaying stars with names of special veterans was a focal point. This year’s Veterans Day will be remembered as a very special day by the staff, students and families of River Crest Elementary.

color guard

Board Approves Capital & Operational Referendum Questions for April 4th

Capital Maintenance and Declining Student Enrollment

2023 April 4th Referendum Community Meetings

  • February 9, 2023 at EP Rock Elementary School Media Center; 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
  • February 22, 2023 at Hudson Middle School Choir Room; 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
  • March 23, 2023 at North Hudson Elementary School Media Center; 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

The Board of Education took action and approved two questions for the April 4th spring election.

Facility Planning Reports & News

A complete list of meetings and documents regarding Facilities Maintenance can be found by clicking here. 

Mental Health Starts At Home

Mental Health Advisory Council

The Hudson Mental Health Advisory Council is hosting a presentation by John Klem, PhD, LPC, Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at UW-Stout. Dr. Klem will discuss what mental health is, what are the needs and trends, and what families can do at home.

  • 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM Local Mental Health Resources Display
  • 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM Presentation by Dr. John Klem
  • 6:30 PM – 6:45 PM Questions and Answers

Questions? Email connections@hudsonraiders.org or call 715.377.3703

Thank You Hudson Board of Education!

Board of Education Members

January is Board of Education Recognition Month. As citizens who serve students and the community, school board members face complex and demanding challenges. Thank you to this dedicated group of individuals who contribute their time and leadership to move the Hudson School District’s mission and vision forward.

Pictured from left to right: Carrie Whitacre (Clerk), Rob Brown, Heather Logelin (Treasurer), Kate Garza, Bob Baumann (Vice-President), Molly Powers, Jamie Johnson (President)


We are dedicated to developing caring and contributing community members. We are collectively committed to providing a rigorous, student-centered environment to ensure equitable experiences for all students.


The Hudson School District empowers all students to cultivate their talents, embrace their passions, and leverage their learning to impact the world around them.

Safe Way Bus Drivers Make Generous Donation to Families

A group of bus drivers stand with a pile of gift boxes.

Thank you to our bus drivers at Safe Way for their generous donations to families who are homeless or in need within our Hudson Schools! This year Safe Way filled 31 gift boxes! Boxes included toys for little ones, throw blankets, Raider apparel, basic necessities (shampoo, soap, toothpaste, etc.), gift cards to area businesses, and many other items for families. This is the 6th year Safe Way drivers have adopted Hudson families. Our Safe Way partners are an amazing caring crew!!