At their regular meeting last week, the Hudson Board of Education upheld its decision not to allow two students who live outside of the district but who have attended Hudson elementary schools, the chance to attend Hudson Middle School.
I was sitting down with my spouse talking about this River Crest boundary line situation. Does anyone else think it is crazy that the superintendant is allowing those children attending school through open enrollment to stay, yet telling those families who live within the boundary lines that their children will have to move again?
Open enrollment, which allows for students outside of one school district in Wisconsin to enroll in another, is Feb. 2-20. School Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten explained the process at last week’s School Board meeting.
Hudson’s elementary school enrollment has increased by 21 since the official count on Sept. 19. At that time, elementary enrollment had increased by 33 students over last year. By Nov. 11 that increase had grown to 54.
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