HCSD administrators and Board members on Opening Day.
During their 50th high school reunion, members of the HHS Class of 1966 visited the Olana State Historic Site.
Many community members share their time to participate in Hudson Reads, a weekly reading mentor program that aims to strengthen the reading skills and confidence of students at Montgomery C. Smith Intermediate School.
One of HCSD's many student murals. The "We Are One" mural, painted by Class of 2013 students, perfectly illustrates the cultural diversity of our district.
Hudson City School District is excited to connect, engage and share with families through an exciting communications tool, LivingTree. LivingTree can simplify communication and coordination between all the people participating in your children’s daily development.
It’s a network created by parents for parents!
Livingtree’s private, ‘social-like’ network is designed to simplify school-to-family and family-to-school communication using a single application available on web and mobile (free on iPhone and Android). The private network enables educators and parents to share posts, alerts, files, events and content, while allowing users to volunteer for activities, send and receive private direct messages and access directory listings.
Parents will be able to send and receive messages, photos, event notifications and more directly from their child's teacher. LivingTree even has instant translation for more than 40 languages!
So if you see an email in your inbox from LivingTree it is not junk, it is from your child's teacher!
Below are introductory documents for getting started with LivingTree, including quick start guides and a short video walkthrough. More information is also available at www.livingtree.com/parents