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Yearbook Needs More Contributors


  by McKenzie Roy The yearbook committee needs your help. With 25 signed up for the committee, only four editors and three to four committee members attend these meetings. “The new schedule limits when people can stay after,” senior Erin Farquharson says. There are only so many extra help days with teachers. Since many students […]

Otlin Will Advise NHS and NJHS

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by Kaylie Blais National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society will be getting a new adviser this year. Assistant Principal Joshua Otlin has decided to advise both clubs. Everyone involved in these clubs either as a member or as an adviser feels it’s an important club to students. “Anything that allows us to recognize […]

Spirit Committee Faces Many Challenges

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by Brigitta Shepard and Abby Appel At any high school, anywhere in the country the tradition of homecoming is one of the most important events of the school year, but has homecoming lost its value at Hudson High School?  With a frantic search for a hawk and a senior skit in jeopardy, Hudson High’s spirit is […]

5C Causes Concern Among Students, Teachers


by Alison Eadie, Alex Schley, Emily Metivier Last spring the Hudson School Committee decided to enforce a clause in the teachers contract known as 5C. This has been part of the teacher’s contract since 1973, but it has never been strictly enforced. In previous years, teachers were required to stay after school on the first Monday of […]

5C: Contract Causes Confusion and Conflict in Community

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by Leia Owen and Sammy Myette Tensions are high in regards to teacher contract clause 5C. Parents and students are still unclear about specifics, but that hasn’t stopped them from speaking up against potential changes that result from the stipulations. According to the School Committee, the part of the contract in question has existed for many […]

District Looks at New Security Measures

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by Joe Frias After the Newtown tragedy, schools across the nation have been making some big changes regarding school safety. One of these changes at Hudson High School will impact the way we conduct lockdowns. The school is considering adopting a new lockdown policy known as A.L.I.C.E. This stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate. During lockdowns, after […]

CAP Fair Celebrates Service Projects


by Leia Owen

Hudson Fest 2013 (photo gallery)


by Sammy Myette

The Middle School Transition: Moving from Kennedy to Quinn


by Leia Owen, John McLean, Aimee Farquharson, Maris Laughton and Alexa Duplisea  

Murray Awarded Teacher of the Year


by Sammy Myette Teacher of the year is a wonderful award, but for World Cultures teacher June Murray the honor is watching her students leave her class with not just knowledge, but compassion for the world. Murray teaches the World Cultures classes at Hudson High. On April 8, she was awarded Teacher of the Year […]

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