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365体育娱乐官网“In Wisconsin, adolescents who experience episodes of major depression have steadily increased. At the same time, there has been a growing body of evidence to suggest the amount of screen time usage may initiate or worsen symptoms of anxiety and depression, reduce social connectedness, and contribute to poor social and emotional wellness.”
Students at Hudson Prairie decorated bags with a Valentine theme for the United Way. The United Way of St. Croix Valley will be packing the bags with goodies for the meals on wheels program for senior citizens.
365体育娱乐官网Hudson Prairie’s school counselor, Mrs. Krieser, spends time discussing conflict resolution with 2nd grade students. This group is discussing “big” and “small” problems and the steps to solve the problem.
“Parenting the Love and Logic Way” provides parents with practical, easy to use techniques and tools to help children become responsible adults. When parents us “Love and Logic” techniques with children, they are better able to hand the challenges of today’s real world.
Class is being offered at Hudson Prairie Elementary School on Tuesdays, March 10 – April 14 (there is no class the week of spring break). The classes are scheduled from 5:45 – 7:45 PM
Cost for this program is $40/person or $60/couple. The fee includes a “Love and Logic” parent handbook.
Free child care is provided.
The class is facilitated by Aria Krieser, school counselor at Hudson Prairie Elementary School, and Chris Strop, school counselor at North Hudson Elementary School.
Hudson Middle School 6th graders from Raider Blue have begun hosting 4th graders from Hudson Prairie Elementary for monthly community building. Time together is focused on practicing character traits or themes using books/video clips, chanting quotes, and creating projects. Not only are 4th grade students able to enjoy activities with a partner from the Middle School, they are also becoming more aware of the building and teachers they will experience when they transition to 6th grade. Our 6th grade students also gain important leadership skills.
The recent group read the book, “Snowflake Bentley,” by Jacqueline Briggs Martin. The story highlights how each snowflake is unique. Activities and discussions centered around ideas like:
“Every avalanche starts with just one snowflake.
“Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together.” ~ Vesta M. Kelly
Have you ever considered being part of the Hudson Prairie Team as an educational assistant, noon duty supervisor, crossing guard, or substitute teacher?
365体育娱乐官网If so, we would like to invite you to an informational session on Monday, January 13th, from 6-7 PM in the Hudson Prairie Media Center.
We will be explain the steps that will need to be taken for employment with the Hudson School District as well as descriptions of the different job positions or any training necessary. This is a great opportunity to get to inquire about ways to become more involved from subbing to volunteering etc.
We are really looking forward to meeting. Following this meeting please feel free to stay for our bi-monthly PTO meeting to learn more about what our Parent Group has to offer.
Here’s something really simple that families can do to improve their children’s chance of future health and success: make sure they spend plenty of time playing outside! In the Hudson Elementary Schools, our students have daily recess built into their days, to provide opportunities to develop important life skills.
365体育娱乐官网According to Harvard Health Publishing, there are several benefits found in being outdoors:
1. Exercise. While children can be active indoors, playing outside with a ball, bike or sled encourages kids to get exercise and fresh air!
2. Creativity and Problem Solving. The unstructured feel of playing outside encourages creativity, with children making up their own games, figuring things out, and finding things to keep themselves busy.
365体育娱乐官网3. Socialization. While structured settings, such as school or sports teams, have benefits, children need to learn how to work and play together on their own. Playing outside with friends provides plenty of opportunities for interaction.
Whether it’s sunny or snowy, there are lots of things for children to do outside. Find time for your kids to play in the snow – make a snowman, have a snowball fight, or go sledding. There are many adventures waiting for you when you just get outside and play!!
365体育娱乐官网The Hudson School District is excited to report that the School District is ranked in the top 8% of Wisconsin school districts according to the recently released Wisconsin School Report Cards. All of the Hudson Schools scored an Exceeds or Significantly Exceeds Expectations on their report cards. The School District is particularly proud of progress made on closing learning gaps and making academic progress for all children.
365体育娱乐官网Individual 2018-2019 School Report Cards can be viewed by clicking on the link below.
Click on the following link to learn more about Wisconsin School Report Cards:
Log into or on the Skyward icon in the top left corner of the website. If you do not know your login information, please call the Hudson Prairie Elementary Office and speak with Amy or Linda (715.377.3860). After one parent has selected a conference time, a second parent in the same family may login and join the same conference time, but cannot create a new time.
Choose your child and then click on Teacher Conferences in the blue menu list on the left-hand side.
To schedule a conference, click the All Conferences button after your child’s name.
Click on Select a Time.
Find the slot you would like to schedule, and click Select.
In the Select Time Slot window, make sure the date and time are correct for the slot you want to add, then click Save Selection.
The All Conferences Status will indicate Scheduled.
To remove or change a conference, click All Conferences and View Selected Times in the Scheduled Conference Times section.
In the Deselect Time Slot window, make sure the date and time are correct for the slot you want to remove, and click save.