Exam Permission Forms for the 2nd semester will be distributed to students during 2nd period on Friday, May 24 and collected by Wednesday, May 29. Students may also download a form by clicking on the following link and return it to their 2nd period teacher also by May 29. 2013 Exam Permission Form 2nd Sem.
Parking Applications for the 2013-14 school year can be submitted online at the following link: Parking Pass Applications 2013-14 Students will be able to pay for parking passes during all lunch periods in the Commons on May 29, 30, and 31 and again on June 3, 4, and 5 in front of the Main Office. To purchase a pass, students must bring the following:
- $25 (checks preferred)
- A valid driver's license
- Proof of insurance
- A self-addressed stamped envelope
Passes will be mailed in August prior to the start of school. Parking in the Senior and Junior lots is on "first come/first serve" basis. If there are no spots in your designated lot, you will need to park in the overflow/ Baseball lot (a 4 minute walk). We do not guarantee a parking spot in the Senior and Junior lots. We have many more Juniors and juniors than there are spots in those lots and we are not going limit or exclude any upperclassman from purchasing a parking pass for their designated lot.
Join the Book Club celebration with intergalactic cake as we wrap up the year with Ford Prefect and other space travelers in room C-206, Wednesday after school.
Students in next year's AP US History course should stop by Mr. Bach's room (A-201), sometime this week to pick up the summer reading assignment.
Auditions for the 2013-14 Swing Chorus are scheduled for May 28, 29 or 30 after school in the choir room. If you are interested, please sign up in the choir hallway and pick up the audition information. The group is open to any High School student.
Explorer Newspaper members who ordered a T-shirt should bring their money to Mrs. Stiffler ASAP. Cost is $6. Also, be sure to attend the meeting after school Tuesday, May 28, in room C-203.
World Culture Day is today in the auxiliary gym from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Fifty cents to enter and tickets for fifty cents will buy Asian food, French desserts, German food, and other cultural extravaganzas.
All students who have signed up for AP Literature and Composition for next year must stop by Mr. Keller's room, C-216, by June 5, to pick up summer assignments. Picking up the packet is required! Rare but entertaining students have occasionally attempted to avoid summer reading by claiming no knowledge of it. This makes Mr. Keller giggle while he passes out tests to everyone.
Auditions for the Marching Band Dance Line will be held on Monday and Tuesday (6/3 and 4). If you are interested in being a part of the biggest, loudest, and most awesome group at the high school, see Mrs. O'Connor in the band room for more info.
The Boys' Track Banquet will be held 6:30 p.m. on Thursday in the Commons. Be sure to RSVP immediately to Mrs. Gold at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Football team is looking for several student volunteers to work as technology and video managers for the upcoming football season. Hours would include Friday night during the football games and a couple hours on Saturday morning. We are looking for students who work well with computers and technology. This would be a great opportunity to start building your resume and to be a part of the Hudson Football Program. See Coach Wright in room C-111 if you are interested.
Athletic Sports Physicals for 2013-14 - Children’s Hospital Sports Medicine Center will provide sports physicals to Hudson High and Middle school athletes on Saturday, June 1, at the Hudson Children’s Emergency Room Facility (5655 Hudson Drive). Physicals will be offered by appointment only in 5 minute time increments, from 7:00 - 10:00 a.m.. You must e-mail Dan DeVoe or Melanie Bittecuffer at email@example.com by May 29 to request and/or reserve your desired time slot. Confirmation will be made as soon as possible with your reserved appointment time. You must bring the new 6 page physical form with you for your scheduled appointment. The cost per physical is $30 payable by cash or check to Hudson City Schools. Physical forms are available in the Athletic Office or by clicking on the following link: A/D Physical Forms
Cheerleading Tryout Information: On Tuesday, May 28, there will be a mandatory Parent/Cheerleader meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the High School Auxiliary Gym for the Middle School, Freshman, JV and Varsity 2013-2014 Football/Basketball Seasons. Cheerleading clinics will be held at the High School on the following dates: May 28, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
May 30, 5:15 - 8:00 p.m. Tryouts will be held on May 31, at 4:00 p.m. in the Auxiliary Gym for Middle School, Freshman JV and Varsity times to be determined.
Mulch Drive! Please remember to support Hudson athletics by purchasing your mulch through the Hudson Athletic Booster Club!!! Bulk Mulch is available through July. Orders can also be placed on line through the Hudson Booster Club website www.hudsonboosterclub.com
Seniors/Parents/Guardians: Please check the "Senior Page" for ongoing/updated information regarding your Senior's Year. Go to the High School webpage, Information on the top toolbar, click on Senior/Parent Information.
Extra Graduation announcements are available in the Main Office at $1.50 each, checks made payable to: Herff-Jones .
Juniors! You need to schedule a "Junior Workshop" with your Guidance Counselor this week. The workshop will get you on track for your Senior year! Sign up through Naviance.
Robot Teams: NEOHSTEM Alliance is forming Robot Teams for Jr. FLL, FLL, and FTC (grades K-12) and we will be previewing support programs for next year's STEM Project Fair all on May 15 in the High School Media Center from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Night and Project Brainstorming begins on September 9. For complete details, go to NEOHSTEM.org for further details or click here!
Nominations Now Open for PTA Board and Building Reps! Beginning today (4/11), the Hudson PTA is taking nominations for the Executive Board and Building Representatives. If you are interested in the Arts, Advocacy, Scholarship or Health and Wellness, then the PTA is for you! Please consider volunteering! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PTO Seeks Interested Parents - Do you want to be involved in your child’s school or help with PTO activities during the 2013-2014 school year? PTO is currently looking for those interested in helping us plan our activities at the individual schools as well as our community activities such as Run for the Schools, Halloween Windows and the Pancake Breakfast. Please download our nomination interest form from www.HudsonPTO.org, under General PTO, or send an email to Mary Margida, email@example.com, or Sue Carter, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more details.
Be sure to save May 18 as the date for the Hudson PTA, Hudson City School District and Hudson Farmers Market Health Fair at the High School. For the second year, we are lucky to be kicking off the Hudson Farmer's Market season with the first market of the year! A variety of fun entertainment and presentations will round out the day, including a Kid Zone Inflatable, football skill activities sponsored by the "Fuel up to Play 60 program", cooking demos, contests, and free health screenings by the Cleveland Clinic. A variety of community performance groups (dance troupes, singers and more), will be taking the stage. Contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in participating!
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