Following a tie, the fourth candidate for the Hudson School Board is Jim Schrock after his name was pulled from a hat following an official canvas of the votes by district personnel.RELATED CONTENT
It has been 20 years since Hudson business people, community members and teachers and students began their Junior Achievement collaboration.RELATED CONTENT
The Hudson Board of Education has voted to add an additional two options to the three already under consideration to increase secondary school space in the district.RELATED CONTENT
Two candidates were tied for the fourth position in the school board race following the primary on Tuesday. Jim Schrock and Matthew Kari each received 244 votes .
By a vote of 6-1, the school board voted to raise Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten's salary to $159,480. The new salary represents a 9 percent increase but is still 9 percent below the median salary of superintendents in the area.
Wisconsin School Superintendent Tony Evers heard from students, teachers, and partners from the business community and higher education about career and technical education in the Hudson School District on a visit here Monday.RELATED CONTENT
Hudson Prairie Elementary school counselor Max Hansen has been named as the Wisconsin School Counselor Association’s Althea Brach Elementary Counselor of the Year.RELATED CONTENT
The first symptoms Arlie Auch started experiencing last summer didn’t seem frightening at first. The 53-year-old elementary school teacher from Coon Rapids, Minn. began to limp, then had trouble walking, started to shuffle and fall and had overwhelming fatigue.RELATED CONTENT
Audrey Glasbrenner Edmunds, a former Pepper Fest queen, was tried and convicted of killing an infant in her care. “It Happened to Audrey” tells her story that led ultimately to her sentence being overturned. She will be at Chapter 2 Books on Jan. 25 at 6 p.m.
By a vote of 3-2, the Board of Education voted to raise the salaries of a majority of Hudson School District employees to bring them closer to the median salary of other school districts of similar size across the state and in the Twin Cities metro area.
With all the news so bad, what is a columnist to do? There are usually two choices – the economy and the husband. We are experiencing the job crisis firsthand in our house.RELATED CONTENT