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The Board of Education Regular Meeting on Monday, September 14, 2015 will begin at 7:00 PM in the HHS Library.
The Board of Education facilities committee will meet Wednesday, September 2, at 5:00 p.m. in the district office.
Applications are still being accepted for the universal pre-kindergarten (UPK) ½ day (a.m./p.m.) program at JLE primary school. For application information, call Nikki DeDominicis at (518) 828-4360, ext. 2103.
The annual Hudson Dollars for Scholars Golf Tournament is October 4, 2015 at the Copake Country Club. The event will begin with registration at 8:30 a.m. and a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. There will be hamburgers and hot dogs on the turn with dinner to follow golf. Raffle prizes will also follow golf. All proceeds will benefit the Hudson Dollars for Scholars program which awards high school seniors living within the Hudson City School with financial aid scholarships for higher education. Non-golfers are welcome to attend the dinner at a cost of $25. For more information, read the letter. Fill out the registration form or sponsor form.
Dear Parents / Guardians - The HCSD bus routes on Page A7, August 11th, 2015 edition of the Register Star are incorrect and should never have been published. The routes on the Hudson City School District website are the proper ones to refer to. If you have any questions, changes or would like to discuss your students(s) bussing, please contact Nikki DeDominicis at 518-828-4360 Ext:2103. 2015-16 Bus Routes
Hudson High School Principal Antonio Abitabile was chosen as Administrator of the Year for the Capital Region. Chuck Smith, president of the Empire State School Administrators Association (ESSAA), Capital Area chapter, presented Principal Abitabile with his award at the June 8 Board of Education meeting. The award was formally announced at the ESSAA’s awards ceremony on May 29.Smith’s award speech discussed Principal Abitabile’s incredible success as a teacher, associate principal, and now as a principal, but most importantly, always as a “lifelong learner.” Thank you, Principal Abitabile, for your service to our district, and congratulations on your achievement! Read more...
I recently had the honor of being the guest speaker at the Hudson High School’s baccalaureate ceremony. As I took to writing my speech, I thought about the significance of graduation, often referred to as “commencement.” To “commence” is to begin. So often we think of summer as an end. We say good-bye to our graduates, students and teachers and we congratulate them on a year well done. All the while, the people that we bid farewell are already busy getting ready for a new beginning. Read more...