During our March Parent Group Meeting Monday evening, some folks suggested ways to involve parents in providing a safe, positive and welcoming learning environment. Please use this Lunch & Recess Volunteer link to indicate your interest in coming to HMS during any of our lunch and recess times to visit with students and offer support. You'll note the only requirement is to complete the district background check form (link also included). Many thanks to the group Monday evening for their positive and proactive response to our recent challenges.
Have you heard about a partnership between a group of 7th grade students and their teacher, Ms. Rolstad, and our HMS Parent Group? It's a Doggity Fun Run scheduled for Saturday, April 22. Use the links to learn more, contribute, and join this healthy community event!
More GOOD NEWS about Hudson students! Thanks to a message from Liz Malanaphy...
We're VERY proud of 24 amazing Hudson Destination Imagination teams from across the district, who performed at the St. Croix Valley Regional Tournament March 18-19. Of those 24 teams, 12 qualified for the state tournament, Included in those 12 teams are three Willow River teams, an EP Rock fourth grade team, five HMS teams and three HHS teams. Congratulations!in Stevens Point!
According to Liz, it was consistently evident through the tournament that our students are innovative, curious, creative and well rounded! It is clear that they understand the power of collaboration, and have learned to celebrate the unique talents of each and every team member. Destination Imagination honors the goals of the district as set forth by HSD 2025, and provides opportunities for our students to realize those goals!
More opportunities to encourage healthy practices...
Allina Health recognizes good health habits, including being active, start early. This is why we partner with Free Bikes 4 Kidz, a non-profit organization geared toward helping all kids experience the joy of riding a bike, by providing bikes to those most in need. Since 2011, this annual event has provided free bikes (and helmets) to tens of thousands of children, including hundreds right here in western Wisconsin.
This year, in response to feedback from families participating in the event, we moved the bike giveaway to the spring. Our hope is that this will not only provide an opportunity for kids to ride their bikes immediately after receiving them, but that it will also help ensure that bikes and helmets are sized appropriately and that kids remember some of the safety tips being taught at the event.
If you know of a child in need of a free bike, please encourage their parents or guardians to bring them to River Falls Area Hospital the morning ofPlease note:
· Bikes will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
· Because the bikes and helmets are sized to fit the child, children must be present to receive a bike.
· A parent or guardian must be present to sign a waiver.