COVID-19 Positive 10/3-10/5

Between October 3 and October 5, Hudson Falls CSD has been informed of the following cases in our school community. 0 from Kindergarten Center 2 from Primary School 4 from Intermediate School 2 from Middle School 4 from High School 0 from Transportation/Maintenance Building Contact tracing of these cases has begun in concert with the …

Transition for Families Webinar

Parents, guardians, family members, and community partners are invited to attend the “Transition for Families” webinar to learn more about working with the district’s Committee on Special Education collaboratively to enhance the educational experience of their children.

Understanding the Individualized Education Program (IEP) for Families

Hudson Falls Central School District is encouraging any families that would like more insight into the IEP process to attend an upcoming free webinar. The presentation will give families/parents and caregivers an review of the process for developing an Individualized Education Program (IEP) using a collaborative approach. The session runs from 9:30 am – 11:30 …

COVID-19 Exposure Next Steps

I received a Robo-Call stating my child has been identified as being exposed to a COVID positive individual….now what? Answer the call Expect a call from the NYS contact tracers.  It could show up on your caller ID as a blocked caller, NYS contact tracers, or the town in which they are calling you from. …

HFCSD Recreation Summer Programs

Hudson Falls CSD Recreation is excited to announce our summer programming for 2021! The following steps have been put in place to keep all of us safe: Please fill out the HFCSD REC emergency card for each child & program you wish to attend. Parents/Guardians must sign the student in daily and answer Covid-19 screening …

Chromebook Collection Dates

Chromebook collection is beginning in our buildings the week of June 14th. All devices must be returned before the end of the school year.  All Chromebooks must be returned by Jun 28th so as not to incur a lost hardware claim. Students in grades K-8 may leave their devices in their classrooms for return. High …