National Famine Dates:April 12th & 13th, 2013 Our Famine Date:April 4/5th, 2013 So what is the 30- Hour Famine? It is an event where thousands of teens across other countries around the world participate to raise money for world hunger by fasting for 30 hours. However, individuals can raise … Read more about 30- Hour Famine
Over the course of 8 weeks, Hudson Elementary students will be taking an art-historical trip through the past two thousand years to draw inspiration for their own original artwork. The journey starts by learning about and creating Egyptian cartouches inscribed with hieroglyphs; these items … Read more about Hudson’s Art History Club started this week!
Hudson’s first ever AIR, “Artists-in-Residence”, was a school-wide event recently held in Hudson’s gym. The event was organized by the high school Arts Club, including both staff and students. The idea came from a desire to further enhance arts education at the school in a way … Read more about AIR – “Artists in Residence”
Character is defined as a) The mental, moral, and ethical qualities distinctive to an individual and, b) The distinctive nature of something. When we talk about the importance of character education at Hudson, our goal is to instill and reinforce those “metal, moral, and ethical qualities” that we … Read more about Character and Compassion
Every year, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, Canadians pause for two minutes of silence in remembrance of the men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace. We remember those who fought for Canada in the First World War … Read more about Lest We Forget
There are many important questions that parents need to consider prior to selecting a school for their children. Firstly, why choose private school at all? Well, most private schools often offer a more specialized approach to education, lower student-to-teacher ratios, and extra resources designed … Read more about How to choose a private school . . .