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The June edition of The Owl is here! Check it out to read about Senior Awards Night, Mr. Antonelli's award, the spring concert, Travon Alert's track accomplishments, and find out where our seniors are heading after graduation! Read it here...
Congratulations to all our seniors who won awards! We will certainly miss all of our graduates next year! See the list of award winners here...
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...
Every month, the Hudson Rotary Club hosts two students from Hudson Senior High School at their weekly meeting. The students have an opportunity to learn about the local, national and international workings of the Rotary Club and to broaden their civic involvement.
This year’s Class of 2016 participants were Jenna Gregory, Farzana Akhter, Ramisa Tasnim, Jenifer Rosete-Garcia, Victoria Younes, Olivia Waldron, Shane McNally, Lauren Bowes, Alexandra Bartolotta, Shervanessa Baker, Kody Pinkowski, Shamar Daniels, Little Isaiah Johnson, and Joshua Moon.
Students in the Class of 2016 have been presented with recognitions from
their guidance counselors Rocky Payne and Liz Novine recently at Hudson Senior High
School. See who won the awards here...
Check out the latest edition of the student newspaper The Owl! Read about The National Honor Society Induction, Senior Prom, the Environmental Club's adoption of endangered animals, the Husdon: Art Works program, the Hudson Children's Book Festival, the Multicultural Festival, Field Day, spring sports, and the Lincoln Funeral Train event. Read it here!
Congratulations to the National Honor Society inductees: Clair-Djinie Bazar, Logan Cozzolino, Eoghan Deforest, Tyler Dellavechia, Thao Doan, Sophie Filli, Anthony Guzzi, Julie Klugo, Justine Marotta, Christopher Meano, Omer Mufti, Ellis Richardson Jr., Cecille Ruiz, Jonathan Simmons, Emily Spateholts, Esrat Sumayya. The induction ceremony was held on Tuesday, May 5.
Congratulations to Atia Begh and Brittany Varriale, winners of the Berkshire Bank scholarship! Begh and Varriale earned $1,500 scholarships to college.
Students from the Hudson High School played horn instruments for a new album. The album, presented by Tuff Gong Worldwide, features singers from 1World Chorus, a non-profit that unites and empowers kids through music. The singers are children from the U.S., Kenya, Colombia, and Jamaica. The album is a series of covers of Bob Marley songs. Hudson students can be heard playing on "Smile Jamaica" and "Wake up and Live." They played the tuba, clarinet, tenor sax, alto sax, french horn, trombone, and trumpet. Check out the album here!
The Hudson High School's Envirothon team finished first in the county and third overall in the region in the regional competition. They will now be going on to compete at the statewide level. Twenty-three teams from five counties participated in the contest, which tests students' knowledge of aquatics, forestry, problem-solving, current issues, soils, and wildlife. The team has been training twice a week since September. Led by teacher Jim McDarby, HHS has a history of success at this event, having gone to the statewide event four times in the last 6 years. The final showdown will be held on May 27 and 28.
Renowned children's author Jacqueline Woodson visited the Hudson Junior and Senior High Schools to talk about writing and to enjoy some lunch with students. She answered questions about the writing profession and gave advice to students who might want to become writers. Woodson placed emphasis on the value of slow reading, because she said slow readers might just be learning how to write by studying others' work. Woodson is the author of the children's bestseller Brown Girl Dreaming. Read more about her visit in the Register-Star.
The Hudson High School P.E. department held a Badminton Tournament! Over 35 teams participated. The event was so successful that they went on to hold a staff/student competition. Congratulations to our winners, and thanks to everyone who played! Wednesday winners: Joey Rivette and Fahim Hussain; Runners Up: Tulona Zumona and MD Islam; Thursday winners: Fardin Nabid and Amjad Murshad, Runners Up: Alif Anwar and Shoheb Khan; Staff/Student Winners: MD Islam & Dan Hernandez; Runners Up: Fahim Hussain & Nancy Graziano
Hudson High School junior Jenifer Rosete-Garcia has received the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award, which is sponsored by the University of Rochester. She received a framed medallion and a certificate for her achievement. Additionally, if she chooses to apply to the University of Rochester, her application fee will be waived and she will be eligible to be considered for merit scholarships worth at least $10,000 per year. Every year, participating high schools each nominate one student for the award. Read more...
Principal Antonio Abitabile is very pleased to announce that Gina Leccese and Adriana Tampasis have been named Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Graduating Class of 2015. Gina will be attending Siena College in the fall to major in business. Adriana plans to study science and art at Bard College in the fall. Both young women are members of the National Honor Society, and are very involved in school activities, community service, athletics, and the arts. Read more about them here...
Hudson City School District is sharing the results of a recent survey that asked teachers, students and parents to give their thoughts about how well their schools are performing in important areas such as district leadership and capacity, school leader practices and decisions, and curriculum development and support, among others. According to Superintendent Maria Suttmeier, “The survey showed that our district has made a number of advancements, particularly in school safety. And looking toward a bright future, we will keep building on our accomplishments, while striving to improve areas of concern.” The district reviewed these results with site-level administrators and shared their findings with the Board of Education on Monday, March 23, 2015. See the results…
High School: 828-4360
Main Office: 3100
Principal: Antonio W. Abitabile -– 3114: Ellen Miller
Associate Principal: Robert LaCasse – 3118: Jodi Keyser
ALP Principal: Thomas Gavin – 8318
Guidance Office: 3111 – Shannon Hoose
Nurse: 3107 – Joni Groll
Pool Coordinator: 3115