Hudson Prairie first graders are finishing up making castles inspired by Mary Blair, one of the first women to work for Walt Disney Studios and responsible for the whimsical design and color styling of the “It’s a Small World” ride.
Hudson High School presents ANNIE.
With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations… and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
- November 5 – 7 pm
- November 6 – 7 pm
- November 7 – 2 pm
- November 12 – 7 pm
- November 13 – 7 pm
- November 14 – 2 pm
- Adults – $15
- Youth – $10
Order your tickets online.
The Hudson Raider Spirit Bus stopped by the elementary schools around the district to celebrate Homecoming week!
Hudson Prairie students placed pinwheels outside of the school that they made in art class. Peace for Pinwheels is a project that promotes International Day of Peace.
Principal Behnke sharing some updates on the Hudson Prairie Kids News program!
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.
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
At the close of each school year, we take a moment to celebrate the contributions of our retirees and congratulate those who have achieved years of service milestones. The Hudson School District is proud to honor the impact these individuals have made throughout their careers. They have touched the lives of thousands of learners, young and old. Their collective service exemplifies the School District’s vision to empower all students to cultivate their talents, embrace their passions, and leverage their learning to impact the world around them.
Those honored on June 2, 2021 included:
Ernest Beachy (6 years); Lori Bieging (19 years); Diane Blihovde (24 years); Cynthia Brinsko (22 years); Cynthia Burak-Gresmer (16 years); Gwendolyn Conklin (20 years); Deborah Gangnon (15 years); Mary Gerzmehle (23 years); Dawn Grund (8 years); Laura Kiesler (24 years); Kris Larson (16 years); Christine Mattis (19 years); Cynthia Mitchell (35 years); Terri Ostertag (18 years); Brian Petermeier (27 years); Sandra Peterson (3 years); James Stejskal (23 years); Donna Stohlman (7 years); Julie Tangen (30 years); Natalie Thorson (24 years).
35 Years of Service
Cynthia Mitchell, Lois Zezza
30 Years of Service
John Dornfeld, Rachel Mueller, Julie Tangen
25 Years of Service
Heather Bohl, Timothy Chukel, Sheila Mullally, Celeste Nelson, Dolf Schmidt
20 Years of Service
John Aide, Susan Anderson, Rhonda Austin, Renee Bonse, Amy Briggs, Becky Brooks, Gwendolyn Conklin, Lori Finnegan, Jill Germain, Laurie Harmon, Phyllis Harper, Shelly Johannsen, Michele Johnson, Susan Johnson, Jay Kluz, Jason Lund, Ryan McCarthy, Erin Meier-Williamson, Cathy Schewe, Lisa Skoyen, Robert Smith, Jessica Stein, Leann Stein, Anita Stilwell
15 Years of Service
Kim Behnke, Kristine Bjerk, Charles Bublitz, Luke Chaffee, Tim Erickson, Lisa Faletti-Watkins, Karen Frye, Deborah Gangnon, Elizabeth Ganz, Crystal Geigle, Angela Goebel, Lisa Hayes, Adam Kaufman, Julie King-Hildreth, Blake Kotajarvi, Shane Magee, John McGinley, Vickie McLaughlin, Katie Murphy, Britt Peterson, Holly Quinn-Marrs, Angela Rehmus, Dan Weiland
10 Years of Service
Melissa Briese, Kalynn Brown, Cindy Clark, Lindi Everson, Jessica Flanagan, Nicole Gunderson, Megan Halvorson, Jody Kreibich, Greta Lewis, Christine Lila, Jessica Maalis, Lauren Mattson, Anthony Meincke, Julie Michaels, Aaron Moen, Steven Schoenecker, Nicholas Syman, Katie Vanasse
Congratulations to the Hudson School District for receiving the 2020 Best Communities for Music Education award. The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) recognizes outstanding efforts by teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community leaders who have made music education part of a well-rounded education. Designations are made to school districts and schools that demonstrate an exceptionally high commitment and access to music education.
Awards are determined based on annual survey information. Survey questions are aligned with goals for equity and access to music education for all students, and also with national standards for music education. This survey seeks to support communities everywhere that are working to assure music education opportunities for all students. Criteria selection gauges funding, participation, opportunity, standards, community, facilities, and other factors that affect access to comprehensive music education.
Thank you to our Hudson School District music teachers and the many community partners who support music as an essential component of learning in the lives of children!