Career and Technology Education Classes
TEA has made many adjustments to our CTE program. While some classes were eliminated, many other exciting classes have been added. Most importantly, we have several 0.5 credit classes for our eighth grade students.
We encourage you to look at the Career and Technology Education page on the GISD website for further details including information about high school classes.
Dances and school activities/games
Dances, athletic events, and various activities are scheduled periodically throughout the school year. Times for these activities will vary but will be announced so that transportation can be arranged.
- School Dress Code must be worn to all school activities.
- Please see our dress code page for more information.
- Students MUST be picked up within 15 minutes of the dismissal of the activity.
- Failure to arrange appropriate transportation within the designated "pickup" time period will prevent admission to the next dance/activity/game without a parent/guardian chaperone
Hawk academic programs
National Junior Honor Society
Hudson’s Robotics Club had 3 teams qualify to compete in the North Texas VEX Starstruck Regional Championship in Greenville on Saturday, February 25th.
Our Hudson teams won multiple top awards to include:
- Team Hackerz: Andy Nguyen, Cole Anderson and Sophie Lee- Design Award
- Team Prodigies: Mya Garcia, Claire Andersen and Catherine Nguyen- Create Award and Tournament Champions
- Team RoboBros V3: Thom Pham, Danny Lee and Alan Tran- Build Award and Tournament Champions
The North Texas State Champions, Prodigies and RoboBros V3, now qualify for the VEX World Competition in Louisville, Kentucky! Go Hawks Robotics!
The Hudson Student Council is designed to allow our students the chance to have a voice and be leaders within their school community. Members of the student council exercise their leadership skills by fostering service within the school, our community, and our world. They are dedicated to bringing our school community together by creating innovative ways for students to express their school pride and spirit. Student council members are held to a code of conduct that makes them responsible for supporting school policies, being an example for fellow students and improving school spirit. This year promises to be a memorable one as the Student Council is already making plans.
Our motto is “SERVICE with pride, LEAD with confidence and INSPIRE to impact our school, our community and our world.”