girls on chair reading together School leaders and community members hold a red ribbon at the opening ceremony of new primary wing group holds banner in front of solar panels New track and athletic field with Catskill Mountains in background aerial view of new driveway and traffic pattern A cameraman films afterschool students making pizza at a farm

5th grade "Reading Buddies" visit pre-kindergarten classes.

The community was invited to a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new primary wing at M.C. Smith Elementary School. (Photo: Lance Wheeler)

Students in the new Alternative Energy course helped unveil a solar array behind Hudson Jr./Sr. High School, built in partnership with the state-sponsored K-Solar Program and NY Power Authority. (Photo: NYPA)

The new Bluehawk Sports Complex, with stunning views of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains.

Please be advised of traffic pattern changes at the intersection of Harry Howard Avenue & Joslen Boulevard. Click here for more details.

The Hudson Bluehawk Nation Afterschool Program was selected to be featured in a documentary by the the National Association of Elementary School Principals.


District News

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Chromebooks, which are laptop devices made by Google, give students the opportunity to enhance and personalize their learning experiences with the guidance of their teachers. Chromebooks provide convenient ways for students to ask questions, look up assignments, do classwork and collaborate with one another beyond the confines of the typical classroom.

As part of Hudson City School District’s goal of integrating technology into the curriculum and cultivating 21st century skills, the district’s 1:1 Chromebook initiative aims to provide all students in Grades 2-12 with Chromebook laptops to use throughout the school year. The term “1:1” means each student has their very own Chromebook for individual use. In addition to enhancing educational opportunities for students and teachers alike, the 1:1 Chromebook initiative allows us to use less paper and be more “green” than ever before.

To meet the needs of students of all ages, the Chromebook initiative will look slightly different at each grade level:

Policies and Forms

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Code of Conduct (5300)

Computer Use in Instruction (4526)

Computer Use in Instruction Regulation (4526-R)

Computer/Network Acceptable Use Form (4526-E)

Internet Safety Policy (4526.1)

Internet Safety Policy Regulation (4526.1-R)