Lunching and learning at the College and Career Cafe

Last week Hudson Falls middle-schoolers kicked off their College and Career Café series with a visit from Capital Region BOCES Public Information Specialist Aubree Kammler. Mrs. Kammler talked about her role as a communications specialist for the district and what she studied in high school and college to prepare her for the position. Social media as a …

Warm some hearts this winter with #HFTigerPride Shout Outs!

Warm some hearts this winter with a shout out to recognize staff and faculty for their dedication and excellence throughout the HFCSD! About this time last year, we launched the #HFTigerPride Shout Out initiative. Over 160 individuals from all departments were recognized in some small way for their contributions to our district. Share your shout out and …

Welcome to the new hfcsd.org!

Welcome to our new website The process of developing this site was based on research into how visitors use our website, the kinds of information they are seeking, and best practices in website usability and accessibility. Our partner for this project was the Communications Service of Capital Region BOCES. While the new site retains the …

Health Office on Remind

Getting in touch with your child’s school nurse is now easier than ever. Our health offices are now on the app Remind. That app allows parents and teachers to communicate with each other without exchanging phone numbers. This allows nurses to find you faster if your child is in the office. And they will periodically …

Mr. Kissane is Recognized for his Bright Ideas

Middle School Social Studies teacher, Mr. Kissane was recognized at this month’s faculty meeting for his innovative use of technology with students and among his colleagues.  A short video from students sharing ways that Mr. Kissane engages them through the use of technology included his use of Google Classroom, being available to his students via text …

Attendance Matters at HFCSD

Help Your Child Success in School What can you do to help? Set a regular bedtime and morning routine Lay out clothes and pack backpacks the night before Don’t let your child stay home unless she is truly sick.  Keep in mind complaints of a stomach ache or a headache can be a sign of …

Teacher’s Tips for Beating the Back-to-School Blues

Two Hudson Falls Teachers Offer Advice for Parents According to the National Retail Federation, American parents will spend nearly $30 billion to get their little ones ready for school this year. But after the supplies are purchased and school clothes laid out, are parents really ready? Hudson Falls Teachers Rebecca Britten and Shannon Fox work in our …