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Reagan ready to lead Hudson Schools

Brian Reagan may be stepping into the role of Hudson superintendent of schools, but it is not the first time he has served the community.

Hudson schools start school year off strong

Hudson school Superintendent Brian Reagan said that the Hudson Public Schools had a “very strong opening” Aug. 30. 

Dining Services director gives update on Free Meals for All

With the funding for Free Meals for All permanent, Michelle DePaul discussed what the funding means for Hudson students.

Hudson author publishes second book, ‘The Dilly Dally Parrot’

“The Dilly Dally Parrot” came out in June, and it is the second children’s book authored by Marrazzo. He also wrote “One Wants to be a Letter” in 2020.

New Hudson schools chief details plan

Incoming Hudson Public Schools Superintendent Brian Reagan laid out his entry plan for the upcoming school year at the July 25 Hudson School Committee meeting.

Local students recently named to the dean’s list

Local students from the area recently made the dean’s list at colleges and universities, including Emerson and St. Lawrence University.

‘Descendants: The Musical’ comes to HHS stage

The Summer Performing Arts Collaborative will be presenting Disney’s “Descendants: The Musical” on July 28 and 29.

Local students make college, university dean’s lists

Several colleges have recently released their dean’s lists, featuring local students from the region, including Tufts and Saint Anselm.

Quinn Middle School track team makes great strides

The track team at Hudson’s David J. Quinn Middle School enjoyed a successful sophomore season.

Local students named to dean’s lists

Several colleges have released their dean's lists, featuring local students from the region, including the University of New England.

Foo receives PEO scholarship

Chapter N/MA of the Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO) International Sisterhood has announced that Olivia Foo of Hudson is a recipient of a STAR Scholarship.

Hudson graphic arts students help preserve mural

Five Hudson High School students helped preserve a mural in the former School Committee room, Director of Technology Ellen Schuck said on June 13.

For Quinn teachers, life is but ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

One Thursday, a small group of teachers and staff gathered in the cafeteria doing a table read of Act Five of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

Despite showers, Hudson High grads shine bright

Hudson High School graduates and family members gathered at Morgan Bowl on June 3 did not let the rain forecast dampened their spirits.

Hudson Home and School PTA launches brick campaign

Hudson High School’s Home and School PTA is inviting the community to donate a commemorative brick. The first deadline is June 16.

Assabet senior receives outstanding student award

Assabet Valley Tech senior Camille Graffeo was honored at the 37th annual Outstanding Technical Student Award ceremony.

Hudson ALC to expand this summer thanks to new grant

The center changed its name to the Hudson Adult Learning Center (HALC) after moving to the Hudson High School.

Hudson community gathers for health and wellness fair

Earlier this month, Hudson community members gathered at the high school for the Multicultural Health and Wellness Fair

Rep. Hogan welcomes Hudson seniors to state house

Seniors in the U.S. government and politics AP class were welcomed at the state house by Rep. Kate Hogan, D-Stow.

Hudson School Committee approves $43.3 million budget

At the April 4 meeting, the budget was approved for $46.9 million with the town assessment for that amount set at $43.3 million.