School board moves forward on $100 million referendum
The Hudson School Board took the first steps to bringing a near $100 million referendum to voters in November general election.
The referendum will have two questions. The first will be for the construction of a three year high school for 1650 students, and the conversion and remodel of the current high school to grades 8-9 and the current middle school to grades 6-7. The administrative offices, IT department and training area will be moved to the former high school.