Hudson Schools Website for the Hudson School District Tue, 10 Mar 2020 21:33:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 149890577 Hudson Schools Tue, 10 Mar 2020 15:56:41 +0000 ... Read more »]]> Our priority is the health and safety of our students and staff. We will continue to send communications to families and staff as things change with coronavirus (COVID-19).

March 10, 2020

Click here to read “Talking to Children About COVID-19 (coronavirus) A Parent Guide” from the National Association of School Psychologists and National Association of School Nurses.

Students or staff who participated in the DI event are generally considered to be at low-risk for being exposed to the COVID-19 virus. Attendees are being notified out of an abundance of caution. The recommendations for low-risk individuals are to self-monitor for fever and respiratory illness symptoms, and to self-isolate and contact their local health department or provider if symptoms appear.  There is no recommendation for asymptomatic people who had a low risk exposure to quarantine themselves. Anyone considered to be more than low-risk would be contacted individually by their health department for further assessment.  Please contact your provider or your local public health department if you have questions or concerns.

March 9, 2020

The Hudson School District has learned a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been identified in Pierce County. It is our understanding that the individual with the confirmed case was present at the recent Destination Imagination(DI) competition this past weekend at Osceola High School. There were Hudson School District students in grades 3-12 at the DI event. Out of an overabundance of caution we are communicating this to you today. 

We are unaware of any confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Hudson School District. According to guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), spending time in the same indoor environment as persons known to have COVID-19 is considered to represent a low risk of exposure to the virus.  While the risk to others is considered low, we cannot know for sure that there is absolutely no risk.

The Hudson School District has a plan in place to address COVID-19 if it spreads to our staff and students (click here to view Hudson’s plan). As part of this plan, the School District will be following the guidance of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Wisconsin Department of Health Services, St. Croix County Public Health, and WI Department of Public Instruction. 

As confirmed cases are identified closer to our Hudson community, the Hudson School District will closely monitor the health and attendance of our students and staff.

We recognize this may cause anxiety among our families and we will do our best to address your concerns. We are committed to ensuring students are supported with love, compassion, and care.

The CDC provides the following:

While the immediate risk of this new virus is believed to be low at this time, everyone can do their part to help respond to this emerging public health threat:

  • It is currently influenza and respiratory disease season. The CDC recommends getting a flu vaccine, taking everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread of germs, and taking flu antivirals if prescribed.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing – throw the tissue away immediately after you use it. If a tissue is not available, cough or sneeze into your inside elbow area.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. If you are not near water, use an alcohol-based (60-95%) hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick.
  • If you get flu-like symptoms, stay home from school, work, and social gatherings to prevent others from getting ill.
    • If you have a fever of 100 degrees or above, you should stay home.
    • Your fever should be gone for a full 24 hours, without using fever-reducing medication, before returning to work.

You can get additional information about coronavirus from the following websites:


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Hudson Schools Wed, 26 Feb 2020 19:55:25 +0000 ... Read more »]]> The Hudson School District, in collaboration with Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI), and CESA 11, invites you to the 20th Annual Keys to Success Conference. The Keys to Success Conference provides information, resources, and support to families of children with disabilities. This year’s conference will focus on mental health.

  • Saturday, April 4, 2020
  • 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
  • Hudson High School – 1501 Vine Street, Hudson WI
  • FREE for anyone supporting children with disabilities: parents, caregivers, educators, and service providers.

365体育投注This year’s keynote address with be delivered by national speaker and author, Tasha Schuh.

365体育投注Keys to Success is a regional conference which serves all school districts and communities in Northwestern Wisconsin.

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Hudson Schools Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:42:52 +0000 ... Read more »]]> The Wisconsin Office of Children’s Mental Health offers the following information as a guide for families on the topic of screen time (click here to read Supporting Child Well-being Through Healthy Use of Screen Time).

365体育投注“In Wisconsin, adolescents who experience episodes of major depression have steadily increased. At the same time, there has been a growing body of evidence to suggest the amount of screen time usage may initiate or worsen symptoms of anxiety and depression, reduce social connectedness, and contribute to poor social and emotional wellness.”


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Hudson Schools Fri, 07 Feb 2020 21:11:38 +0000 ... Read more »]]> Each year, Hudson Middle School sixth graders participate in “BizTown? a learning lab simulation in St. Paul sponsored by Junior Achievement. Leading up to the lab simulation, students study economics and finance in their World Studies and Math classes. Students complete resumes, job applications, and participate in job interviews in their Language Arts classes. During their time in the lab, students work to operate a profitable business, manage their finances, gain an understanding of local government, and experience being an “adult?for the day. 

365体育投注This year’s “Mayor?Lily Welle, from the Raider White House had this to say about her BizTown experience, “This experience will be very hard to forget. During the day my job was to run the whole town, answer questions or concerns, and spot out who was being a good worker and citizen. As mayor in others?eyes, it seems that all you do is walk around and talk to people, when that is not it. As mayor, you have many responsibilities like making sure all of the citizens get paid the right amount, do all of the bank loans, give speeches about what’s going on in the town, set up the voting station, encourage others to have fun and get their work done, and more. Being mayor of BizTown was an amazing opportunity, and the staff and volunteers were so nice and encouraging. I hope that someday I can have a role or job just like this.?/span>

Students seated at a table. A group of girls working at computers. Large group of students seated on the floor listening to presenter. Two students standing in the BizTown center. A group of students working together in an office. Two students working together on reviewing financial documents.

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Hudson Schools Thu, 06 Feb 2020 14:57:49 +0000 365体育投注Students at Hudson Prairie decorated bags with a Valentine theme for the United Way.  The United Way of St. Croix Valley will be packing the bags with goodies for the meals on wheels program for senior citizens.

Three boys are working on their Valentines bags. A group of girls show their Valentines bags.

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Hudson Schools Tue, 04 Feb 2020 14:36:14 +0000 ... Read more »]]> 365体育投注It was a great season for the Hudson Raidaires. The Raidaires finished as the state D1 Kick Champions and the D1 Jazz Runner Up. The coaches summed up the season following the Jazz performance, “This season was full of twists and turns, injures and surprises… Our jazz routine to, “Ain’t no Mountain High Enough?perfectly captured our emotions. These girls left their hearts out on the floor. Special thanks to ALL of our close friends and family who’ve ‘moved mountains?for us throughout this season!! We appreciate you.” #WeAreRaiderProud

Team with their state win.

Team performing in a heart shape.

Raidaires during performance.

Raidaires Kick line up

Team members posing with their medals

Team posing in red white and blue

Team posing at Conference Team posing at Little Chute.

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Hudson Schools Fri, 31 Jan 2020 23:31:35 +0000 On January 21st, Hudson Middle School Student Council Students volunteered at Feed My Starving Children. They helped to pack 65 boxes of food, feeding 38 children for a year. #WeAreRaiderProud

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Hudson Schools Tue, 28 Jan 2020 21:31:38 +0000 365体育投注River Crest Elementary School 3rd graders made their monthly trek to Camp St. Croix to visit the pond. The visit is part of their phenology study; observing how nature changes during the seasons.

Students looking at the tall pond cat tails in the snow. Students seated in the snow around the frozen pond. Students hiking in the snow.

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Hudson Schools Tue, 28 Jan 2020 19:20:09 +0000 ... Read more »]]> 365体育投注Our Willow students voted on what they would like to grow in the classroom hydroponic garden. They started the year by growing basil for pesto. Next they planted a salsa kit which included heirloom cherry tomatoes and jalapenos peppers. The students spent three-four months noticing how the tomato plants grew more quickly than the peppers. Students were responsible for watering and adding nutrients to the garden. They were excited to see each flower turn into a tomato or pepper. After testing the ripeness of the tomatoes, students made salsa.

Given the choice to start new plants, students chose to try more tomatoes so they can put together tomatoes, basil and mozzarella for Italian crostini.

A student sits at his desk trying salsa and chips. Two students sit at their desks trying salsa and chips. A student seated at her desk trying salsa and chips.

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Hudson Schools Tue, 28 Jan 2020 16:01:17 +0000 ... Read more »]]> 365体育投注Representatives from Luther Automotive Group donated a 2015 Jeep Liberty to Hudson High School’s Technology Education department so students in automotive classes have a newer model vehicle to use for instruction.

Students listen to a speaker from Luther Automotive.

365体育投注Matthew Carlson, Service Specialist with Luther, spoke to students in Mr. Hovland’s class about Luther’s Tech Trac Student Sponsorship Program. Tech Trac is dedicated to supporting Technical College students with the passion and ambition to become an automotive technician. Students who qualify are provided financial support to complete a 2-year certificate or degree and paid, part-time work at a Luther dealership with a fast-track transition to full-time employment once the student has completed certification. Qualifying students are also eligible for a tool grant of up to $2,000. Learn more about Luther’s Tech Trac program at:

Also present were Superintendent Nick Ouellette who spoke briefly about his tech ed background and the opportunities afforded students who are interested in the trades. Luther Chevrolet Hudson’s Service Manager, Steve Boyd (a Hudson High School alumni), spoke about the need for automotive technicians and if students wished to pursue a career in transportation, there will always be work.

Much thanks to Luther Automotive Group for their support as a community partner in education!

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