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.
The early years of a child’s education contribute not only to their future successes in life but are the first steps on the pathway to becoming lifelong learners. It is in these formative years that children develop a love of learning and we strive to create and maintain a caring, nurturing and secure learning environment for all our students.
Taken at face value, graduation rates offer a seemingly simple comparison between school districts. With closer examination, these figures are more complex than they may appear. Many are unaware that there are two different graduation rates and what the differences are.
It’s that time of year again–when snow, ice and other wintry weather can impact the school day. Making decisions about school closings, delays or early dismissals can seem simple. However, as most meteorologists would agree, predicting the weather is not an exact science.
Over the last two years, the Hudson City School District’s capital project has brought many physical enhancements to our school buildings and grounds. Even more notable are the recent improvements in our students’ academic achievements.