Thursday, May 9, 2013
Katelyn M. Baier, a senior at Hudson High School, is one of four Wisconsin students — just 141 nationwide — who earned the prestigious Presidential Scholars award. Her teacher Rick DuBois was also honored with a national award.
Katelyn M. Baier, a senior at Hudson High School, is one of 141 seniors in the country named 2013 Presidential Scholars, according to a press release issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Each student was asked to name his or her most inspiring teacher, and Baier chose Rick DuBois. He will receive a Teacher Recognition Award from the U.S. Department of Education. From the press release: “Congratulations to Wisconsin’s Presidential Scholars. The award is considered one ofthe nation’s highest honorsfor graduating high school seniors,” said State Superintendent Tony Evers. “These students, supported by their parents and teachers, have devoted themselves to their studies and made a commitment to excellence and service to …
Friday, May 3, 2013
As part of the Holocaust unit in modern world history, Hudson High School students are again collecting pop tabs for the 10th Annual “Pop Tabs for Peace” event in which each pop tab represents 50 Holocaust victims.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Katelyn M. Baier, a senior at Hudson High School, is one of 10 Wisconsin students who are semifinalists for the prestigious Presidential Scholars award.
Tuesday, April 30
Katelyn M. Baier, a senior at Hudson High School, is one of 10 Wisconsin students who are semifinalists for the prestigious Presidential Scholars award, according to a press release issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. From the release: "Students who are chosen as semifinalists for the Presidential Scholars program must demonstrate their academic and artistic achievement as well as leadership in theirschools and communities," said State Superintendent Tony Evers. "Through dedication to theirstudies and with the support of their parents and teachers, these students have excelled academically and prepared themselves for next steps after high school graduation: college and career." READ THE FULL RELEASE
Monday, April 15, 2013
Shoemaker is currently the principal at Willow River Elementary School. A process to select the next Willow River principal is currently being developed. The position will be posted and advertised this week.
Hudson School District Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten recommended the appointment of Peg Shoemaker to be the next Hudson High School Principal today during a Special Meeting of the Board of Education. Shoemaker is currently the principal at Willow River Elementary School. She has worked for the Hudson School District for more than 20 years. Shoemaker will take over as principal at the high school on July 1. In an effort to make a smooth transition, Shoemaker will divide her work day between Willow River and the High School for the rest of the school year. Retired elementary school principal Pat Hodges will be in charge at Willow River while Shoemaker is not on site. Prior to her retirement, Hodges was principal first at Willow River…
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Keep up to date with these links to Hudson High School spring sports schedules. The deadline to register for baseball or softball to be assured of a place on a team is Monday, April 15.
Winter weather is putting a real damper on spring sports in the Hudson area. Many of Hudson High School's early-season baseball and softball games, tennis, soccer and golf matches, and track and field meets, have been postoned. Youth Spring Sports Deadline Looming The deadline to register for baseball or softball to be assured of a place on a team is Monday, April 15. Register with the Hudson Boosters. All registrations received after April 15 are not guaranteed a spot on a team, player will be placed as space permits. Deadline for 50 percent refund in case of cancellation is May 15. Do you know of any other sports, activities or events that have been impacted by weather? Tell us about it in the comments.
Friday, April 5, 2013
Hudson High School's production of the Neil Simon comedy "Rumors" opens tonight with a 7 p.m. performance at the high school auditorium. Six performances are scheduled over the next 10 days.
Hudson High School's production of the Neil Simon comedy "Rumors" opens tonight with a 7 p.m. performance at the high school auditorium. Peformances are scheduled for the following dates and times: Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults. The box office is open Monday through Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. From the Hudson Star-Observer: From the opening scene the comedy and confusion builds as the both the lines and action are exquisitely timed for the most impact. The cast includes Tucker Millett, Ruby Johnson, Colin Eral, Andy Lienes, Anna Head, Chris Lueneburg, Zoe Vnak, Jordan Stewart, Travis Schultz and Charlie Johnson. The stage managers for the show are Meagan Buchannan and Paige Davidson. READ THE FULL STAR-OBSERVER ARTICLE
Monday, April 1, 2013
Hudson High School Principal Laura Love announced today that she will resign at the end of the school year. She has accepted a new administrative position with the Middleton-Cross Plains School District.
Hudson High School Principal Laura Love will resign at the end of this school year, according to this news release posted on the high school’s website Monday afternoon. To confirm, Hudson Patch asked the district’s Community Services Coordinator Tracy Habisch-Ahlin:”Is this an April Fools’ joke?” “Not an April Fools,” she replied, “wish it were.” Love became principal at Hudson High School on July 1, 2010. Click here to read Laura Love's letter to students Click here to read Laura Love's letter to parents Message to Students and Families from Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten Love said the two things she is most proud of while working for the Hudson School District are: As for Love's hopes for this district as she moves forward with …
Sunday, March 10, 2013
An Hudson High School senior graduated early and is headed to Marine Corps boot camp. He asked to take part in the school's commencement ceremonies in June and hoped to wear his Marine Corps dress blues, but the principal said "no."
Hudson High School Principal Laura Love told a member of the Class of 2013 that he wouldn't be allowed to wear a military uniform in the school's graduation ceremonies in June, according to the student. Mac Hamlin worked hard to meet all the requirements to earn his Hudson High diploma a full semester early, and he's set to ship off for Marine Corps recruit training on Monday. If all goes according to schedule, he plans to complete boot camp and be back in Hudson for the June 15 graduation ceremony. But he won't take part in the ceremony unless he can wear his Marine Corps dress blues. "If I'm not going to be able to wear my dress blues, I'm just not going to walk. It's not that important to me," Hamlin said. "It's not about the clothes, …
Friday, February 8, 2013
While in Hudson, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Superintendent Tony Evers will attend a technology in education panel, hear about the "Raider Riders," local students' involvement with NASA and more.
Tony Evers, Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will visit Hudson High School from 11 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 11, during a swing to the northwestern part of the state. Evers also will visit the Eleva-Strum and Baldwin-Woodville school districts during his trip, according to the following press release issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction: In the first of a series of school visits for February’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month observance, State Superintendent Tony Evers will tour facilities in three northwestern Wisconsin high schools on Monday. Joining Evers for the day’s events will be Mark Tyler, president of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board (WTCS). At 8:15 a.m., …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Defensive lineman Alex Burgess and offensive lineman Bryan Caffin were named to the 2012 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-State First Team. Defensive end Jared Johnson and defensive back Dan Kelly received honorable mention.