aerial parking map Student do a science experiment with college students from Bard College kids sitting on stage kids wearing chef costumes at Odyssey of the Mind competition students with hands in the air School leaders hold a shovel at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new primary wing Students with a bloodhound in front of a police cruiser Students work on individual laptops Two boys with blue and gold facepaint

The MCSIS Drama Club and CCYT present, “The Magic Tree House: Pirates Past Noon Kids” on Friday, May 11, 2018.

These second graders are the first Odyssey of the Mind team from Hudson to participate in the regional competition in almost a decade.

Wiltsie the Bloodhound, a NYS Police K-9, visited MCSIS with Troopers Fran Torhan and Kristi Wilson to teach students about her job.

Construction of the new primary wing at MCSIS began in October 2017. Read more about the capital improvement project >>

Undergraduates in the Citizen Science program at Bard College visited the Intermediate School to conduct science experiments with students.

These Chromebook laptops provide students with the means to conduct research in the classroom, remotely work together on projects, and easily connect with teachers and peers outside of the classroom.

Students show their Bluehawk Pride during a football facepainting event.

New traffic pattern


The Bluehawk Eye (Student Newspaper)

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Bluehawk Eye (May/June 2018)

The May/June 2018 edition of The Bluehawk Eye features news about Recycling Club fundraising for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the Hudson Children's Book Festival, Classics on the Hudson, the annual Hudson Reads Mentor Celebration, retiring teachers and more.

Download the May/June 2018 edition (PDF).

Bluehawk Eye (April 2018)

The April 2018 edition of The Bluehawk Eye features pieces on the annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser, the second annual Pajama Jam music fundraiser, Nature's Classroom, and the Camp Invention summer program.

Download the April 2018 edition (PDF).

Bluehawk Eye (June 2017)

The May 2017 edition of The Bluehawk Eye features pieces on retiring teachers Mrs. Huemmer and Mr. Landry, spring activities and important dates.

Download the June 2017 edition (PDF).

Bluehawk Eye (May 2017)

The May 2017 edition of The Bluehawk Eye features Read-a-Thon, a popular school-wide “competition" that emphasizes books and the importance of reading. Each year, Read-a-Thon leads up to the annual Hudson Children's Book Festival.

Download the Read-a-Thon 2017 edition (PDF).

Bluehawk Eye (March 2017)

Welcome to the first edition of the new student newspaper, The Bluehawk Eye. Members of the student newspaper and student council are working very hard together to improve the school environment and improve communication among students.

Download the March 2017 edition (PDF) for important spring dates and school news.

Smith Spotlight (Winter Edition, 2016)

The Winter 2016 edition of the student newspaper, "Smith Spotlight," is now available for download. It is a global issue in which the students explored other cultures to write about the movies, sports, music, theater and traditions of other countries around the world.

Download Smith Spotlight (Winter Edition, 2016) here


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