The Board of Education will be holding a listening session regarding the Facilities Task Force options that were part of the recent community survey.
- WHEN: Monday, January 10, 2022
- TIME: 7:00 PM
- WHERE: River Crest Elementary School – Cafeteria (535 County Road F)
The following documents provide background information regarding the Facility Task recommendations and community survey results.
Live Stream Option
For those who would like to view Dr. Babbitts presentation, please use the following link:
Over the past 10 years, anxiety has increased in teens at an alarming rate. According to the National Institute of Health, nearly a third of all adolescents will experience an anxiety disorder before reaching adulthood. This session will explore signs and symptoms, potential risk factors/causation, and how parents and adults can support treatment and wellness in children and teens.
Includes a panel discussion with school counselors, medical providers and mental health providers.
Gather community resources and information on supporting your child’s social and emotional wellbeing.
This event is organized by the Hudson School District Mental Health Advisory Council and is part of their Parent and Caregiver Engagement Series.
Mark your calendar for our next event:
Technology and Mental Health
- April 14, 2022
- 5:00-6:30 PM at Hudson High School
Research has indicated that technology can have both a positive and negative impact on children’s mental health. This session will explore the potential impacts of screen time, social media, and cybersecurity with a child focus. Tools for the safe and healthy use of technology will be included.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo
November 9th 5:00-6:30 PM; Hudson High School Forum
Gather community resources and information on supporting your child’s social and emotional wellbeing. Fun activities available for kids. Take a break and connect with other families.
Resources and information include:
- Anxiety and depression
- Mindfulness and relaxation
- Social and emotional learning
- Parenting self care
- Alcohol and other drug abuse prevention
- Technology and cyber security
- Hudson School District Mental Health Advisory
- YMCA Unlock it
- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
- Make it Ok
- Hudson Police Department – teen bedroom interactive simulation (an educational tool that provides parents with a new perspective on identifying potential signs of drug/alcohol abuse)
Congratulation to our October Raiders who lead by example and demonstrate the characteristic of being accountable!
Congratulations to our September Raiders who lead by example and demonstrate the characteristic of being reflective.
Middle School students spent advisory learning about what it means to be a Raider and “The Raider Way.” Each day, as advisories got to know one another through greetings and games, components of The Raider Way–reflective, accountable, inspired, driven, empathetic, ready, and service-focused–were highlighted. Friday culminated in the viewing of a video in which some members of Hudson High School’s class of 2022 spoke about how The Raider Way plays out in their lives and what impact the Hudson community has had on their lives. This whole week will form the framework and direction for a year of mindful learning, community connections, and character building, with 7 Mindsets being the anchor that holds it all together.
Above, students in Ms. Kowalchyk’s advisory enjoy Donut Friday!
Love the energy the first week of school brings to our staff and school community! Above, Mrs. Shimon’s class spent their first day learning all about the Fifth Grade opportunities at EP Rock Elementary and how they get to be the role models of the school.
Houlton Elementary School has the tradition of ringing the school bell on the first day.
Staff at River Crest Elementary School line up to greet students as they arrive.
North Hudson friends are excited to see each other!
Principal Behnke and school counselor Mrs. Kreiser welcome students on their first day.
7th grade students, Ronan and Boone, demonstrate their cooperative learning and problem solving skills with gummy worms & gummy lifesavers while “Saving Sam” during their 7th Grade Pathways class.
Parents – you can see your child’s schedule after 4:00 PM as they have in the past and see your child’s schedule on the left side column in Skyward.
Student schedules will be available to view through Skyward Family Access Friday (8/13) afternoon around 4:00pm. Please read through the following helpful information about your schedule.
Student schedules will only be available if Online Registration has been completed. Online Registration is required each year of enrollment. You can complete registration in Skyward Family Access. If you need assistance, please contact Hudson Middle School by calling (715) 377-3820 or emailing Kelly Paul.
Students must log in through Classlink to get to their Skyward account. Please make sure your child is logging into Classlink with this link here . If your child doesn’t remember his/her password to log into Classlink, please call 715-377-3709. We are not able to send password resets via email communication. We are receiving many requests for student resets so please note that if you have to leave a voicemail, you may not receive a call back right away as we are responding in the order of the requests received. Parents as a reminder, families will continue to access the Skyward Family Access with the same username and password that has been used in the past. If you have any issues signing in to Skyward Family Access, please call the middle school office at 715-377-3820.
Directions for logging into Classlink:
- Log into Classlink using your username and password.
- Look for the Skyward Student Access icon like the one below.
- Click on the link and it will take your child straight to Skyward Student Access.
If your child sees a window that looks like the one below, click on the green Google button. Do not enter anything in the username/password boxes.
Your Grade Level House is connected to your Advisor assignment. Below is a list of each House Team and the connected Advisors.
- Not all Advisors are core subject teachers.
- Advisory time is at the beginning of the day (7:42-8:03) for ALL students. Your Advisory will be in your Advisor’s room or a House area and the location is listed on your schedule as a room # for your 0 hour.
- A hard copy final schedule will be provided to all students on the first day of school in their 0 hour Advisory (7:42-8:03).
- Lockers are listed in Family Access along with combinations. This is found under the Student Info tab.
- New students transferring to HMS from outside districts may have full schedules and may be updated after a records review and consultation with a school counselor.
- Each year students register for their 8th grade electives and a world language during their 7th grade year. We use these student requests to examine staffing and to build a master schedule with a focus on balanced and equitable class sizes. All students are scheduled for at least 2 of the 3 electives they requested. If they do not get all three of their primary requests, the third elective is selected from their alternate elective request list. Schedule change requests are not accepted for trimester 1, 2 or 3 unless there is a unique circumstance. If you have a unique circumstance, please reach out to Dan Buckle (email@example.com), the 8th grade school counselor to facilitate this request.
Click here to see Advisors by Grade Level and House
Are you looking for rewarding work? The Hudson School District has multiple full and part-time positions open. Whether you enjoy working directly with children or working behind the scenes – we have something for you! Click here to learn more about the the opportunities that are waiting for you!
Questions? Our Human Resources Department is here to help – 715.377.3706 or text RaiderProud to 833.222.1216