205 S. Mclean St.
Hudson, IL 61748
 
Phone: (309) 557-4419
 
Attendance Line: (309) 557-4468
 
Fax: (309) 557-4520 
 
Principal: Scott Myers                                                                             
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 "Today I will try my best to be my best in all that I say and do."
 
STAR = Be Safe, Be part of the Team, Always be respectful and be Responsible!

Upcoming Events

From the Desk of Mr. Myers

  • It's Hudson Night at Culvers on Hershey Drive in Bloomington!

    (We get a perentage of the proceeds tonight) 

     

    Each school year, a survey of parents is given for each Unit Five elementary school. We need at least 20% of our families represented in that survey for the results to count and be included in our school report card sent to the state. If you have not done so, please take a few minutes to take the survey with your opinions of Hudson Elementary School. The survey will be open until January 30th. Thanks! The survey may be found at https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/

     

     

      

    As a staff, we have chosen a focus on manners and respect as part of our school improvement plan for this school year. Mr. Myers will be using lessons from Manners of the Heart curriculum each week during morning assemblies. Manners of the Heart was founded to help students become respectful children who grow up to become respectful adults. We will post our themes on this school website with some suggestions on how you can reinforce those themes at home.

    This Week's Theme: Respecting the Team (Mr. Carden and Mrs. Braman, who coach Junior High basketball and High School swimming teams, discussed what they look for in respectful team members) Our students learned that when we learn to cooperate instead of compete, we open a world of possibilities. We open ourselves up to learning from others and teaching others what we know. Students are learning how to be good teammates by playing by the rules and playing fairly.  

    You can help your child develop good sportsmanship and cooperation in direct ways. Here are some activities to reinforce what your child is learning at school.....

    * Play board games with family members to practice following rules, playing fairly and showing good sportsmanship.

    * If your child participates in sports, encourage him or her to play fairly. Remember to give specific examples of things your child does or says. For example, "When Derek missed the ball, I heard you say, 'That's okay. You'll catch it next time.' I bet he appreciated your kind words."

    * Help your child indentify his or her strengths. Ask your child to think about who they might be able to help with these talents. For example: If your child is good at football, he may offer to help a younger child learn the game. Help your child recognize what his or her weaknesses might be and help them think of people who might be able to help them improve on that skill. 

    By teaching others what we know, we are practicing and sharpening our skills that we already posses. By allowing others to teach us, we are expanding our horizons and cooperating by accepting help. Thank you for your partnership in achieving our common goal of developing good manners in your child.

     

      

    Our school office is open from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

     

         

    The new Hudson School times are:

    • 7:00 a.m. School office opens
    • 7:20 a.m. Students may enter school, supervision begins
    • 7:30 a.m. Gym opens for La-Petit students
    • 7:40 a.m. Morning Assembly for all students
    • 7:45 a.m. Official start of school (students are tardy if they arrive after this time)
    • 11:05 a.m. First lunch period begins for Kdg, 1st and 2nd grade  
    •                   First recess begins for for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade
    • 11:30 a.m. Second lunch begins for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade
    •                    Second recess begins for Kdg, 1st and 2nd grade
    • 11:55 a.m. Second lunch and recess ends, afternoon classes begin
    • 2:30 p.m. Dismissal for students
    • 3:30 p.m. Office closes

      

         

    As part of our all-school behavior system, students earn tickets to get the chance to win various prizes at the end of each month. We are seeking any donations of age-appropriate items that students might be interested in. These do not have to be new items but could even be things your own children no longer play with or things you notice at garage sales going on right now. Items can be dropped off in the office throughout the school year. Thank you so much!
     
     
      
    Important information regarding student drop-off/pick-up  
     
    All Hudson families should note our drop off and pick up procedures this year. In the morning all students (except La Petite and bus students)  need to enter the main doors off of our parking lot.
     
    Students may enter the building beginning at 7:10 a.m. with teacher supervision beginning at 7:20 a.m. Students are to wait in our main hallway outside the office until the 7:30 a.m. bell and then proceed to the gym until morning announcements are given at 7:40 a.m.
     
    The school day officially begins at 7:45 a.m. so students arriving after that time will be considered tardy and will need to be signed in at the office by a responsible adult. At the end of the day, a dismissal bell will ring at 2:30 p.m. Students will be dismissed out of the following doors: All bus riders exit the west door onto the bus lane. All walkers and bike riders exit the east door off of McLean Street. This is where parents should pick up students if they are not using the car lane.  
     
    All students being picked up by cars in our car lane will exit the main south doors. They wait inside the school and will be called out to their pick-up car by a staff member. If you are picking up students by car, you should make sure you display your car tag on your inside mirror so that our staff can correctly call students to the pick-up lane. Car tags are available at our school office. It is very important that you communicate any change of pick-up to your child, your child's teacher, and the school office. 
     
     
     

     

     
     
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Announcements

  • Our DECEMBER/JANUARY edition of the school newsletter is ready to view and print off for your fridge. You will find it under the heading of "newsletters" above.
     
     
     
    The School Board has voted to reduce the number of Late Starts this school year. This is different than what is on the original school calendar you received. THERE WILL NOT BE LATE STARTS ON MARCH 22 OR APRIL 12. Please take note that there will now be regular start times on those two dates. 
     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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