The District Office and Board of Education have been busy reflecting on the past, reviewing data and making decisions about what our future will look like.
Boards of Education are the foundations of our public schools in New York State. They govern, guide policy, identify district goals, monitor fiscal matters, approve staff appointments, contracts and more. Here’s what else you should know about school boards.
When the bell sounded on September 4th, we headed into the homestretch that will bring closure to our Vision 2020 goals. As we begin to develop a new set of goals for the next few years, I want to mention some of the high points so you have a sense of the District’s outlook for 2020 and beyond.
To find out where the Class of 2019 is headed after graduation, Superintendent Suttmeier invited every member of the senior class to have lunch with her. Each Wednesday, a group of seniors joined Dr. Suttmeier for pizza and homemade cookies while sharing their post-graduation plans and aspirations.
I am always amazed at how quickly a school year seems to pass. As we approach Graduation Day, we close out another year by reflecting on and celebrating the achievements of our Bluehawk staff and students. We are already looking forward to the next year and the beginning of our new, innovative 2-Year Kindergarten program.
Each spring, we develop a budget for the upcoming school year that is decided on by district voters in May. Every vote matters and it is important to be an informed voter. I hope you find this information helpful in understanding the Hudson City School District’s proposed budget for the next school year.