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Hudson District and Curriculum
Hudson Public Schools contain five schools and nearly 4,000 students. There are three elementary schools with grades K-4, a middle school, and a high school. The district is also home to an NAEYC-accredited preschool program for children ages 3-5.Hudson Public Schools hold several beliefs that shape the district’s educational philosophy. Hudson believes that families and the community play a critical role in molding students to be academically successful and contributors in a 21st century society, and embraces the diversity of students, teachers, and parents.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hudson District Curriculum
The district values student-centered instruction and provides a safe environment in which academic risk-taking is encouraged. The district has high expectations for students in their overall development (not only academic) and provides them with a challenging curriculum and community service learning opportunities. Each educator highly contributes to a community of learners, acting as a coach in guiding students toward their potential. Teachers are committed to constantly improving their instructional practices and integrating lessons between subjects.
The district’s educational program is three-pronged, focusing on the written curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Every student in the district will be exposed to an evidence-based, rigorous curriculum. Every grade level and content area or course will be written with clear, standards-based goals and objectives. Hudson places a high priority on literacy instruction, ensuring that it is integrated into every content area at each grade level.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hudson Educational News
- Farley Elementary a “Comfortable Fit” for New Principal - Farley Elementary’s new principal described the importance of developing relationships with parents and the community, so prior to school starting, she worked on getting to know these stakeholders (as well as students and teachers) and asked parents and students their thoughts on what did and didn’t work in the school; this also included a meet-and-greet with students and parents. The new principal will be visible both in the classroom and at community events.
- Former Superintendent Leaves Hudson in a “Position to Succeed” - Hudson’s Former Superintendent Kevin Lyons described his five-year stint with the school district as the most rewarding of his career and will miss working with the top-notch staff the most. He deferred credit to these administrators and teachers, who helped Lyons accomplish or make progress towards the three goals he initially set for the district: the much-need replacing of the middle school, the reconfiguration of the grade structure to allow for all-day kindergarten, and more parental involvement.
- ELL Students Showcase Vastly Improved English - The annual English Language Leaner ceremony at Hudson High School gives ELLs the opportunity to show how far their English language development has come in just a 10-month period. They recited poetry, sang songs, and spoke about their lives in front of their families and community members.
Hudson Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: Common Core Standards: The Basics
Prior to the development of the Common Core Standards, schools used state-designed standards of expectations for students. However, when it was decided that students needed to be challenged more to succeed in a 21st century global society, the more rigorous Common Core Standards were born. This is a national set of standards that schools aren’t required to adopt—although, they are urged to, and most have, whether it be fully or to some extent. States often decide whether or not their schools implement these standards, and most states, including Massachusetts, design “Common Core State Standards” that infuse previous state standards into the new national framework.