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Unanimous Board of Education Vote Brings Students Back to School All-In.



Dear Parents and Guardians

The Hudson Board of Education met in a special public meeting this morning (1.16.21) at 9 a.m. to hear a presentation and to consider a resolution from Superintendent Phil Herman to return students in Grades 6-12 to the Option 1, All-In learning model. The meeting was live streamed and recorded by HCTV and is archived on the District’s website>Watch Meetings. HCTV will post the video from the Board Meeting to be made available to the public as soon as possible.


After careful deliberation and hearing public comment, the Board voted unanimously to return all students to the Option 1, All-In learning model beginning Monday, January 25, 2021.


Superintendent Phil Herman’s presentation to the Board: Link to the presentation


In addition, parents who want to register Middle School and/or High School students for the Virtual Learning (VLO) Option for second semester may do so at this time. The deadline to register is Thursday, January 21, 2021. For questions about the VLO program, please contact Assistant Superintendent Doreen Osmun at

Register here:  January 2021 VLO Enrollment MS/HS


For up-to-date information about the District’s COVID-19 safety, quarantine guidelines, when to keep a sick child home, and other important protocols, visit the website at Hudson Ready Online Parent Handbook.


In addition, this year, school lunches are free for all students. We encourage parents to take advantage of this program.


As we transition to the All-In model, we want to express our appreciation for our families’ continued efforts to practice safety protocols outside of the school environment in order to help us keep our students and staff as safe as possible while in school.



Phil Herman