See you on Monday, April 1st, 2019!
The summer school program in the Hudson Schools is a self-supporting operation. As such, the final offering of courses will depend upon the enrollment. A minimum number of students will be required for a course to be offered. Students will be allowed to take up to one full credit for summer school. All registration forms must be completed online by May 24, 2019.
Learn more about the life-changing Hands of Gratitude program that is part of our Service Learning Course at Hudson Middle School!
Thanks to the Hudson City Schools Foundation (HCSF) and in conjunction with Nichole Rice's Middle School Sculpture Classes, the new grounds of the Hudson Middle School will be art-rich with tile sculptures in 2020.
District Proposes School Calendar Change to Align with Student Learning and Construction Timelines.
As the weather continues to produce colder and more severe conditions throughout the next few days and weeks, the Hudson City School District will be making decisions in the best interest of our students about school cancellations or delays.
The Hudson City School District's textbook adoption procedure includes community input. The textbooks under consideration for adoption will be available for preview Monday, February 25 through Thursday, February 28, 2019, at the Hudson Public Library and Historical Society during their normal business hours of 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Watch the site in real time for the duration of the Middle School Construction!
Hudson elementary school calendars will shift to trimesters to provide more instructional time for young students between grading periods. Grades 6-12 will continue on semesters. The school year, breaks and holidays remain the same for PreK-12! Links to the Calendars and PDFs are posted in this news feature.