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At a time when bad credit seems to be catching up with many Americans, that isn’t the case for the Hudson School District. The Board of Education heard a report that the district’s credit rating is among the best in the state.
Upon approval by the Board of Education next month, the Hudson School District will have a new athletic director. Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten will recommend the appointment of Stephanie DeVos as the new district athletic director, serving grades 6-12.
Diane Carter is saying good-bye to sentence diagrams and verb conjugations at Hudson Middle School to retire this year. The veteran seventh-grade English teacher has come pretty much full circle in her 21 years as a full-time instructor.
As the 2007-08 school year comes to a close, the district is looking ahead to next fall; in particular, the need to accommodate a growing student population at the middle school. This year, the sixth-grade class was the largest class in the middle school’s history.
Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten, Superintendent of Schools
, May 16, 2008
In an effort to quantify results in physical education and health classes at the high school, instructors Gerry Uchytil, John Kurkowski and their colleagues are implementing the Fitness Gram program in the Hudson School District.
While much of recent Hudson School District news has been focused on the new elementary school under construction and what to do about more classroom space at the middle and high schools, there has been another project underway that could impact education in Hudson far into the future.
If the experts are to be believed, the Hudson School District will continue to see increase enrollment despite the housing crisis and stalled U.S. economy, it just won’t be as dramatic as in recent years.
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