State assessments suspended; AP exams to be administered online

The New York State Board of Regents and state Education Department announced Friday, March 20, that the elementary- and intermediate-level state assessments for Grades 3-8 have been suspended for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. “It is most important that during the time of closure, schools are able to continue to focus their efforts …

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

Below please find the latest questions (and answers) that we have received about the school/district response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) virus. It will be updated as additional questions arise. (Information below is as of 03.14.20) What do I do if my child(ren) show signs of illness? Please keep them home and contact your family …

COVID-19 update: March 13

We have been communicating with our school community over the past few weeks as we have monitored the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our district leaders have been working closely with and following the guidance of the Washington County and New York State Health Departments, as well as the New York State Education Department. It is important …

Update on COVID-19 Virus Preparations

Dear parents, guardians, and staff,  While the Hudson Falls Central School District does not have a confirmed case of the coronavirus  (COVID-19) within our school community, we want to keep you updated as the situation evolves. We continue to monitor information from local, state, and federal officials about the newly–emerged virus.  If the district becomes aware …

Hudson Falls fifth-graders celebrate 1,000 days of school with acts of kindness

This week area schools have been celebrating their 100 days of school milestones, but did you know that February 25 was the 1,000 day of school for Hudson Falls fifth-graders? Here’s the math: Kindergarten through grade four for 180 days x 5 years = 900 days + 100 days of grade 5 so far = …

“Kindness Tunnel” Opens Week of Giving at Hudson Falls Intermediate School

Jan 27, 2020 – Hudson Falls, N.Y. — Teachers and staff at Hudson Falls Intermediate School are helping to make the Monday morning drudge a bit brighter for their students next week. This morning, students walking into school were greeted by a “Kindness Tunnel” down the main hallway. Teachers, Superintendent Linda Goewey, and other adults …