Each year, Hudson PTO provides HCSD staff the oppportunity to apply for grants in our Fall and Spring Grants programs.  These grants are funded by you – the parents, teachers, and students of Hudson who join PTO each year, buy Spirit Wear, support our Rewards programs and events such as the Pancake Breakfast and Run For the Schools. Click Here to take a look below at some of the fantastic items PTO has granted for Hudson schools throughout the years!

Graduating students are invited to apply for one of  five – $1000 scholarships awarded each year by the Hudson PTOThe winning selections are based on a written essay, GPA, community involvement and volunteer activities. Each winning student will be recognized at the PTO spring luncheon in May. Additionally, the winners will be invited to ride on the PTO float at the Hudson Memorial Day Parade, and will be honored at the Senior Awards Ceremony that takes place in May. Click Here to view our winners over the years.

The Hudson PTO will accept nominations to recognize 2 educators in Grades preK12 (one teacher in preK5, one teacher in 612) who exemplify excellence in teaching plus on HCSD Staff Member who exemplifies excellence in their support role. These individuals must be active participants in the school community, inspire students of all backgrounds, and have the respect of students, parents, and colleagues. A check for $500 will be presented to each recipient at the PTO Spring Luncheon in May. Click Here to view our winners.

Kids Making a Difference

The purpose of this Hudson PTO program, sponsored by The Royster Group, is to give students in our schools recognition for making a positive impact in their school and community.   Each month teachers and staff from one of the grades K-8 will nominate worthy candidates, and the principal will select the finalists.  The Royster Group makes a donation to the Hudson City Schools in the students’ names.  More information about the finalists, as well as the names of the honorable mention students will be published in the “Hudson Hub Times.”  Click Here to view a list of these students.