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June 12th - Board Meeting @ 7:30 p.m.

June 28th - Board Meeting @ 7:30 p.m.

The journey is never ending.

to our successful Field Day and the weather cooperating. 

As this year wraps up, I am happy to choose Noah Engeman as Student of the Week. Noah has grown a lot this year, and I am proud of him for making kind and respectful choices. Noah's love for learning and love for facts is contagious. Noah comes in eager to learn and loves to tell jokes to make the people around him laugh. Noah, I hope your quest for knowledge never ends. You are a good friend, classmate, and student. I am proud of you! - Mrs. Stewart

I can't believe we have arrived at the last week of school! It has been a fun year of learning our letters and numbers! This week we will wrap up our Scholastic News learning about flowers. We plan to play outside with chalk and bubbles since the weather finally feels like spring! Thank you so much for sharing your child with me. I have really enjoyed them. Have a wonderful summer! - Miss Stacie

Kindergarten news

It's our last week and I cannot believe how fast the year has gone. We will have awards to wrap up the year on Friday at 9 a.m. Thank you guys for an incredible year with your awesome students! - Mrs. Stewart

1st grade news
2nd grade news

Our last week is here! We are wrapping up with some fun activities, starting with our field trip! Grades will be sent on Friday, our last day! Thank you for letting me teach your little ones. I have had a blast this year with all these students! Have a fantastic summer break! - Mrs. Thomas 

3rd grade news
4th grade news

The last week of school is finally here. Our class will be doing several fun things this week. We had our field trip to the Springfield Zoo yesterday. I hope everyone had fun and enjoyed it. On Friday, we have our award assembly and an early out. The end of a good school year is here. I hope everyone has a great summer and enjoys their break. - Mrs. Cooper

5th grade news
6th grade news

This week we will be doing some fun end of year activities. Congrats to my students that have been participating in "Screen Free Week"! I am proud of you for making it this far! The contest ends on Tuesday at midnight. Students will finish reading "The Indian in the Cupboard" and will complete their Studies Weekly for the year. We will also make writing notebooks, work with tangrams, play Brainquest lightning rounds and board games, and just enjoy our last school days with each other. I will also be sending home "Summer Reading Challenge" lists with students, so they have ideas for what to read over the summer. Parents: Thank you so much for sharing your kids with me this year! Have a wonderful summer! - Mrs. Foster 

7th & 8th grade news

Well, looks like we finally made it to the last week of school. This will be a comparatively light work week in which we have our field trip and graduation. I would like to say that it's been a good year for me, and I enjoyed working with the students. I wish you all a terrific summer! To my eighth graders, good luck in your future endeavors. Tests This Week: Just kidding! - Mr. Ewing 


sure of yourself and your abilities

(not arrogant – but a quiet inner knowledge that you are capable)

Great job last week at the program! I am proud of you! 

- Miss Stacie






Kindergarten: Addison Oexman

 2nd Grade: Macy Merryfield

 4th Grade: Suzanne Campbell

 5th Grade: Arianna Hilgenberg 

8th Grade: Collin Campbell 

And The Winners Are...


1st place: Grace Engeman

 2nd Place: Chelby Fischer 

 3rd Place: Jackson Nitchals 


On May 1st, at Hudson R-IX five schools, Davis R-XII, Clinton Christian Academy, Holy Rosary, Zion Lutheran & Hudson competed against each other in the West Central Spelling. Hudson spellers were:

1st grade: Harlo, Mason

2nd: Chase, Macy

3rd: Brayden

4th: Suzanne, Cayson

5th: Ari, Braelynn

6th: Isabel, Emma

7th: Grace

8th: Collin, Chelby

Arianna won 1st place in the 5th grade room and Grace won 1st place in the 7th grade room. Isabel placed second in the 6th grade room. All three of these students were then eligible to participate in the 5th-8th grade final round. Arianna Hilgenberg won the 5th-8th grade spell-off and CCA won the bee by a nose! 


If you have a students who will be entering the 8th grade, Missouri schools require a Tdap (tetanus) booster and Meningitis vaccine. Please make sure students have fulfilled this requirement before school begins in August. Thank you! 


We are looking for new PTO officers! If you are interested in becoming an officer, please notify Stacie Flagg at 660-492-2354. The current officers have been serving for over 2 years. One has a student graduating and she will no longer have a student in school at Hudson to be eligible to be an officer. 

It was decided at the April 26th meeting that if others don't step up and in to help by May 31st, the PTO will be dissolved. 


IXL: Students may increase their knowledge by practicing their skills at Students who are behind in a subject can practice at a lower grade level. Students who are advanced in a subject or who are interested in a certain subject may practice at a higher grade level. If you and your student do not know their login and password, please call the office at 660-476-5467.

Scanning your receipts by using the Box Tops App will help Hudson earn money. 

It's easy to do, free, and benefits the students. 

Check it out! 



 All elementary students who are dropped off by personal vehicle need to enter through the

main front door. Please do not drop off before 7:40 a.m. Thank you!


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Did you know?

PASSIVE FUND RAISER: Did you know that anytime you place an order on you have an

opportunity to raise money for our school through the Amazon Smile program?

1.Go to

2.Log in with your Amazon username and password.

3.Search “Hudson R-9” to select us for your charity of choice.

4.Continue shopping on Amazon like you always do! A portion of any eligible purchases will go to your chosen

charity each time you shop.

Participation in this program is free. There is no change to your Amazon shopping experience or what you can browse or

purchase. Anyone can do it, so please encourage family and friends to participate. Anytime you shop on this site you can

help our school!

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