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

Community Engagement - Planning for Hudson's Next Generation of Students
In 2015, the Hudson School District is engaging a wide range of community members in a discussion about meeting the needs of the next generation of students. The school district is committed to working with community members to explore and gather stakeholder perspectives on educational requirements and demographic projections, facility needs and options, and community priorities and preferences. The results of this work will provide the Board of Education and administration with important insights into community perspectives as they pursue solutions to meet student needs.

Upcoming Process Steward Meeting (click here for details)

Your comments and questions are welcome - connections@hudson.k12.wi.us

Kindergarten Registration for 2015-16 School Year
Tuesday, February 3, 4-6:00PM at Hudson Prairie Elementary School


Board Resumes Secondary Facility Planning
Superintendent's Column - Hudson Star Observer
November 20, 2014 Edition


Comments for the Board of Education may be sent to connections@hudson.k12.wi.us

2013-14 WI School Report Cards
Hudson School District and Schools Exceeds or Significantly Exceeds Expectations


Tuesday, January 27
HO/RC/WR 4th & 5th Grade Orchestra Concert
7:00pm
HS Auditorium
Thursday, January 29
Houlton 2nd & 3rd Grade Concert
Gymnasium
2:30 pm and 6:30 pm
Tuesday, February 3
2015 District Wide Kindergarten Registration
4:00 - 6:00pm
HP Media Center & Kindergarten Rooms
North Hudson Parent Group Meeting
6:30 pm
NH Media Center & Gym
Thursday, February 5
LATE START


Today, 1/27/2015
High: 36 Low: 26
Mostly cloudy
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 1/28/2015
High: 36 Low: 26
Mostly cloudy
5% chance of precipitation.

From the Superintendent

Welcome to 2014-15 and the culture of excellence in the Hudson School District.

The Hudson Schools maximize learning to prepare each student for the future. The district's bold strategic vision HSD 2025 guides our efforts to prepare Hudson graduates to become informed, caring contributors. Students are engaged through challenging academics and rich learning extension opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. Talented, caring, and dedicated staff members support each student's educational experience.

Initiatives to advance HSD 2025 continue this school year. One of these initiatives is High School Learning for the Future which is designed to educate all students at higher academic levels and to prepare them as adaptable problem solvers with effective communication skills. New this school year at Hudson High School are two career partnership academies - STEM+ (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and HealthCare. Sophomores who select to enter one of these academies will explore careers in these fields through rigorous academic work with career content, mentorship by adult experts in the community, and focused work-based experience.

The Hudson Schools have a tradition of success and unprecedented student learning results. Students, staff, and community members take pride in state and national recognition as a result of focused efforts. Recognition includes Hudson as the only Wisconsin school district named to the national College Board Advanced Placement Honor Roll for four consecutive years. As well as Hudson High School being included on the Washington Post's list of 2014 Most Challenging High Schools. Preparation for this level of honor starts in the six Hudson elementary schools (Kindergarten - Gr. 5), continues at Hudson Middle School (Gr. 6-8), and culminates at Hudson High School ( Gr. 9-12).

I invite you to follow our work and accomplishments by visiting the district's website, Twitter @HudsonSchoolsWI, or Facebook @ Hudson School District WI.
 
Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten
Superintendent of Schools

HSD 2025

HSD 2025 Strategic Vision

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