Welcome to the Hudson School District (#2611). 
District offices: 644 Brakke Drive, Hudson, WI 54016 (P)715-377-3700 (F)715-377-3725

District News

Middle School "Hudson Lake Doctors" Team Wins
Siemens National We Can Change the World Challenge

21st Century Classrooms - Design Beyond the Chalkboard
Superintendent's Column - Hudson Star Observer
April 17, 2014 Edition

RFP:  The Hudson School District is now accepting proposals for a one-to-one device initiative.  If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please see more information by clicking on one of the links below:
RFP (doc)
RFP (pdf)
Submissions due by April 18, 2014 at 3:30 pm.

Look What's New at Hudson High School
Superintendent's Column - Hudson Star Observer
February 20, 2014 Edition

Robust Community Response to Secondary Space Options
Superintendent's Column - Hudson Star Observer
February 6, 2014 Edition

Amplifying Learning - Magnifying Success
Hudson School District Achievement Highlights

2012-13 State School Report Cards Have Been Released
Hudson School District Report Cards

Superintendent Highlights District Achievements
Annual Meeting - Sept. 10, 2013

Comments may be sent to connections@hudson.k12.wi.us

Saturday, April 26
Summer Swim Registration
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
River Crest Gym/Entryway
Wednesday, May 7
Late Start
Summer Swim Registration
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
River Crest Gym/Entryway
Tuesday, May 13
Board of Education
6:30 PM
River Crest Elementary Cafeteria/Multi-Purpose Rm.

Today, 4/24/2014
High: 47 Low: 36
Rain showers
99% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/25/2014
High: 59 Low: 35
Mostly cloudy
10% chance of precipitation.

From the Superintendent

Welcome to the Hudson School District and the 2013-14 school year.

The Hudson School District is serious about providing a culture of excellence that maximizes learning to prepare each student for the future. The district's bold strategic vision HSD 2025 guides our efforts. Not only do we engage students through academic challenge but also our caring staff provides rich learning extension opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.

The district will continue to move forward HSD 2025 with our High School Learning for the Future initiative. High School Learning for the Future is an unprecedented commitment to educating all students at higher academic levels. It supports development of the knowledge and skills needed for each student to be college and work ready upon graduation. Today's workforce needs agile, critical thinkers, with highly developed communication skills. High School Learning for the Future provides the challenges students need to succeed in a highly competitive, ever-changing global market.

Hudson Elementary Schools (Kindergarten - Gr. 5) and Middle School (Gr. 6-8) advance HSD 2025 through their efforts to support each student learning at higher levels. Using SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results-based, Time-bound) Goals along with targeted initiatives, both levels have raised student learning results. 90% of elementary students leave the school year reading at or above their grade level. Hudson Middle School has been recognized two out of the last three years as a state Middle School of Excellence. Combined with Hudson High School effort, work at these levels contributes to Hudson Schools providing Learning for the Future.

I invite you to follow our work and accomplishments throughout the school year by visiting our website or follow us on Twitter @ HudsonSchoolsWI.
Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten
Superintendent of Schools

HSD 2025

HSD 2025 - District Strategic Vision

LEARNING - the path to our global future
Hudson School District Performance Report
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Web Site

HSD Going Green
HSD R3 Five Year Plan read more... 
R3 Mission: To educate, motivate, and practice
reducing everyday, reusing everything, and recycling everywhere
within the Hudson School District and our community.