Daily Announcements

Summer Reading
Summer is fast approaching! Students are ready for a three month break, but we need you to know that just because school is out, it doesn't mean that reading and learning should stop. Young readers who don't continue to read over the summer especially those who are reluctant or at risk are likely to lose crucial ground. To provide access to great books that your child can and wants to read, we are going to allow your child to shop for 5 books to take home over the summer. These will be placed in a Hudson Prairie Book Bag for the summer.  The library will be open in the summer once a week to return and check out books. The calendar will come home in the book bag. Please sign the form attached to participate in the summer program and return it to your child's teacher!


SummerReading.pdf
The Badger Exam 3-8 A Smarter Balanced Assessment
April 30 – May 27
Please click on the attachment below for more information 2014/15 
Badger 3-8 Family Brochure.pdf
Middle School Band Registration Night - May 11th
Read more...

May 2015 Counselor's Newsletter for HP
May 2015 - Counselor's Corners.pdf


Guiding Good Choices
Guiding Good Choices is a free program offered throughout northwestern Wisconsin for adults involved in the care and well being of children in grades 4-8.  Parents, family members and professionals who work with youth will gain tools needed to guide children in healthy,
drug-free decision making.
Please see attachment for more information.

GuidingGoodChoices.pdf

Just Moved? Not sure what School you will be attending. Check your address using the link below.

https://aspx3.edulogweb.com/Hudson/webquery/


Please check out this Powerpoint to see why Hudson Prairie asks all students in grades K-5 to read for 20-30 minutes a night in just right books.
Conferences- Reading for Families.pptx

We have several strong resources to be utilized at home and at school. If you locate and open the HSD folder, located on the right-hand column, you and your child will have full access to a world of information. Please use the following as a guide for usernames and passwords.  Enjoy

 https://docs.google.com/a/hudson.k12.wi.us/document/d/1dy9YZAMULISiDbJdAOWBhC889drjth_EQeDoZxiQfsc/edit​ 

 


Do you want to volunteer at Hudson Prairie?

1.       Please review the volunteer handbook and attend a virtual orientation at https://voicethread.com/share/5952811/.  

2.       Please return the background check and confidentiality agreement to the office.  It is attached.  If you completed the form online and intend to volunteer, you need to complete a paper form as well as some information was missing on the original form.  This needs to be completed every year prior to volunteering.

3.       Fill in this google form for volunteer opportunities you are interested in.

4.       Additional opportunities will be available through individual classrooms and the PTO.

Thank you for volunteering and supporting our students.


Background Authorization Volunteer Form 2014.pdf
Lunch
Families are welcome to come to lunch at school.  Please send in your lunch choice so we make sure we prepare enough lunch.  We also ask that after you sign in to please either wait in the office or down in the lunch room until your child goes to lunch to minimize classroom interruptions.

11:15- Kindergarten
11:30- 1st Grade
11:45- 2nd Grade
12:05- 5th Grade
12:20- 4th Grade
12:35- 3rd Grade



Hudson Prairie Elementary School
1400 Carmichael Road  Hudson, Wisconsin 54016
Phone: (715)377-3860
Attendance Line: (715)377-3862
Fax: (715)377-3861
 School Hours  8:55-3:40
Staff Hours 8:00-4:00
Office Hours 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
All visitors must check in at the office and wear a visitor badge.
Students picked up during the school day must be signed out in the office.

From the Prinicipal


Welcome to the Hudson Prairie web site which will help you get to know our wonderful school community.  We are so proud of all of the learning and fun we have at Hudson Prairie.  Our district and school vision is HSD 2025.

 Preparing each student for post-secondary success through a culture of excellence in:
        challenging academics
        critical thinking
        purposeful collaboration
        applied innovation
        global stewardship
Challenging students and graduates to become informed, caring contributors.

I am so proud of our students who are all growing as learners in math, reading, writing, and the content areas.  Thank you to our families for their partnership in their child's education.  Please feel free to stop by or call me with any questions or concerns.  Together we can help all students learn at high levels!  

Happy Learning,

Ms. Prather, Principal

  

 

Upcoming Events

Monday, May 25
NO SCHOOL Memorial Day

Saturday, May 30
HS Graduation
8:00pm   Newton Field or Hudson High School
Friday, June 5
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Monday, June 8
Teacher Check out


Weather

Today, 5/24/2015
High: 68 Low: 55
Cloudy
16% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 5/25/2015
High: 74 Low: 59
Rain showers
85% chance of precipitation.