2022-2023 Kindergarten & 4K Registration

Kindergarten Registration Notice

2022-2023 Kindergarten & 4K Registration Begins Online February 1, 2022

Kindergarten Registration:

  • Children must be 5 years of age on or before September 1st of the year they plan to attend school in order to register for Kindergarten.
  • If your child attended the Hudson School District Community 4K program, you can register online using Skyward Family Access (click here).
  • If you have not already registered with the Hudson School District as a 4K student, please call an elementary school or click here to begin the online process.
  • You can also attend the In-Person Registration on Tuesday, February 8th. Staff will be available to help you complete your registration.
  • Please bring proof of residency (i.e. a utility bill, rental lease, driver’s license with current address).

4K Registration:

  • Children must be 4 years of age on or before September 1st of the year they plan to attend school in order to register for a 4K program.
  • Click here to learn more about the Hudson Community 4K program and our community partners.
  • If your child attended the Hudson Community 4K program, you can register online using Skyward Family Access (click here).
  • If you have not already registered with the Hudson School District as a 4K student, please call an elementary school or click here to begin the online process.
  • You can also attend the In-Person Registration on Tuesday, February 8th. Staff will be available to help you complete your registration.
  • Please bring proof of residency (i.e. a utility bill, rental lease, driver’s license with current address).
  • Student transportation is available for the 4K program to certain sites in your attendance area.

2022-2023 Kindergarten & 4K Open House and Registration Night

  • Tuesday, February 8, 2022
  • 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
  • Hudson Prairie Elementary School – 1400 Carmichael Rd.
  • Child care will be provided.
  • Please bring proof of residency (i.e. a utility bill, rental lease, driver’s license with current address).

Join us for an Open House and Registration. Learn about the Hudson School District’s health and nutrition services, School Age Care/4K wrap care, technology, and student transportation.

Board of Education Facilities Planning Listening Session

Facilities Planning Listening Session

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.

Anxiety in Children & Youth Presentation & Panel Discussion

Anxiety in children and youth flier

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 connections@hudsonraiders.org

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Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo Logo

Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo

Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo Logo

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
  • 211
  • 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)

Willow Way

Willow River held their first All School meeting and it was a great way for the school to come together and celebrate the Willow Way (We are KIND, Our school is SAFE, We are RESPONSIBLE) with songs, a cheer, a celebration of clean areas around the school, and a ticket collection for a PBIS reward!!

PBIS rewards!

Willow River students enjoying their extra recess as part of their PBIS reward.

As part of Willow River’s PBIS program, students can earn blue tickets for expected behavior. Every couple of weeks, blue tickets are randomly drawn for a quick and fun reward – this week’s was for 10 minutes of extra recess. Congratulations to the students who were picked for this last week!

Willow River students enjoying their extra recess as part of their PBIS reward. Willow River students enjoying their extra recess as part of their PBIS reward.

Willow River students enjoying their extra recess as part of their PBIS reward.

Have a great 2021-2022 school year!

A group of students posing with the EP Rock sign in front of the school.

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.

Students lined up ringing the bell at Houlton Elementary.

Houlton Elementary School has the tradition of ringing the school bell on the first day.

Teachers greeting students as they get off the bus.

Staff at River Crest Elementary School line up to greet students as they arrive.

A group of students lined up on the playground bridge.

North Hudson friends are excited to see each other!

Mr. Bahnke and school counselor Aria Krieser welcome students on the first day.

Principal Behnke and school counselor Mrs. Kreiser welcome students on their first day.