Hudson High School News

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 15,  2014

Stop in at the Hudson Brueggers Bagels for a delicious meal or some bagels to go this Wednesday or Saturday! They are donating a portion of their proceeds on those days to the After Prom!  Please print the following flyer and present it to the cashier.  Thank you for your support!
Brueggers After Prom

Students, Parents and Guardians:  With the announcement of  June 5 as a make-up day, students should plan on the following:  Monday, June 2,  will be a regular day of instruction; exams follow Tuesday through Thursday, June 3 - 5! Graduating seniors are exempt from the make-up requirement.

Important Notice Regarding Flex Passes for Juniors and Seniors!  We are in the process of notifying students that if we do not receive fee payment, Flex Passes will be revoked after spring break.   Pay online at  My Payments Plus or drop a check off (made payable to Hudson City School District)  in the Main Office.

AP Exams will be given during the weeks of May 5 - May 16.  Click on the following to review information prior to paying for your AP Exam.   AP Exam Info 2014


EXTRACURRICULAR:

Tickets for "Thoroughly Modern Millie" the musical are on sale in the bookstore through April 25.  Bookstore hours are:  Mon/Fri - 10:50 a.m. 1:10 p.m., Tues - 11:10 a.m. - 1:20 p.m., Wed/Thur - 11:13 a.m. - 1:25 p.m.  Come out and see this toe-tapping show!  For details, please click on the following:  Thoroughly Modern Millie

Please consider participating in a new fundraiser for brain tumor research in honor of a senior at Western Reserve Academy.  A dinner and silent auction will be held on May 3 and a 5K run on May 4.  Look for details on flyers throughout the school.

The Explorer Newspaper Club will meet today after school in room C-203 until 3:45 p.m. to brainstorm ideas for the May issue.  If you would like to write but are unable to attend the meeting, see Mrs. Stiffler by Wednesday to sign up for a topic.

Attention Youth Advisory Board Members will meet on  Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. in C-212.  Please be there since we will be discussing the upcoming Hudson Community Day of Service coming up on Saturday, May 3.  See Mrs. Malerick with questions.

The deadline for yearbook orders has been extended until April 18.  There is still time to order your yearbook. Mail the order to YearbookDirect or order online at www.yearbookdirect.net.  Extras will not be available in fall. This is your last chance to order a 2014 Hudson High School yearbook. Senior parents without a yearbook order have been sent a bright green post card. Senior books will be mailed home.   YearbookDirect must be notified of any address change by June 30.      Yearbook 2014

Wipe out your fine at the library has been extended through April.   Bring in a box of tissue in lieu of paying a fine.  Overdue books must be returned and lost books paid for to qualify. 


ATHLETICS:

The Hudson Athletic Booster Club is conducting its annual mulch sales drive to support Hudson High School Athletics.  Mulch is available in bulk or bags for free delivery within Hudson City School Limits.  April 28 is the deadline for ordering bags of black mulch or Pine Bark Mini Nuggets (9 bags equals 1 yard) for delivery May 10 by Hudson Athletes.  Bags, like last year, are only $5 each for black mulch and $6 each for the Pine Bark Mini Nuggets.  You can order mulch in bulk (by truck) with a 5 yard minimum order.  Order early, but bulk orders can be ordered through June.  Orders can be taken by any Hudson Student Athlete, mailed to P.O. Box 274, Hudson, Ohio 44236, by contacting the Pro Tree Mulch Hotline at 330-929-1102, or by logging on to the HABC website and ordering directly online.  For an order form, please click on the following or go to www.hudsonboosterclub.com."    2014 Mulch Order Form


SENIORS:

Seniors!  Check the Guidance Office window for the Honors Diploma list.  If you feel there is a mistake please let the Guidance Office know.

Order your Class of 2014 T-shirt. Order forms are in the Main Office or you can click here.  Cost is $10 by cash or check.  Orders are due by 3:00 p.m. Thursday (4/17), in the Main Office. 

Seniors who are enlisting in the military, have received a ROTC scholarship, or have been accepted into one of the military academies, please notify your guidance counselor.

Seniors!   Time to start turning in your baby picture  to be displayed on the After Prom  Baby Wall.  Remember:

  • Photos will not be returned
  • Size should be limited to 5X7
  • Put your name on the back of your picture
  • Drop them off in the box provided in the  Main Office by April 25

GUIDANCE: 

Juniors!  Join us in A-111 for a Senior/Junior Panel about selective schools, the military academy, and challenges associated with the college application process on Tuesday (4/22), during Explorer.

Students grades 9-11 who are interested in attending a military service academy can attend an informational session at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday (4/26), at Horizon Science Academy, 6000 Marginal Road, Cleveland.  RSVP to Sen. Sherrod Brown's Office at 216-522-7272.

Apply early to 2015 Young Arts Program at YoungArts.org/apply. Emerging artists in grades 10-12 are eligible. Categories are cinema, dance, design, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice and writing. The deadline is October 17, 2014.


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Last Updated April 15th, 2014

SCHOOL:

Nominations are now being taken for Hudson PTO’s Teacher of the Year and Staff Member of the Year Awards for 2014. Click on the following if you would like to nominate a deserving teacher or staff member.   PTO Teacher Award     PTO Staff Member Award


COMMUNITY:

Everyone thinks they are safe, but are you? 
On Monday, April 21, in the HHS media center come view an interactive display representing a teenager’s bedroom where drug and alcohol items are Hidden in Plain Sight, as well as an Internet Safety program, both presented by Copley and Bath Police Departments.   Hear John Galonski, Deputy Chief Assistant Prosecutor in Summit County share education and safety tips about how kids can be safe on the Internet.   The doors open at 6:15 p.m. and both programs run from 7-8 and 8-9, which will allow for folks to see one or both presentations.  This event is sponsored by Community of Concern a Community First Program.




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