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Hudson Public Schools

Hudson Public Schools
Type and location
Type Public
Grades PK-12
Region COKE
Location 155 Apsley Street
Hudson, MA 01749
District information
Superintendent Dr. Kevin M. Lyons
Schools 6
Budget $33,436,766 (2007) [1]
Students and staff
Students 2,982 [2]
Teachers 227.4 [3]
Student-teacher ratio 13.1 to 1 [3]
Other information
Website Hudson Public Schools

The Hudson Public Schools District is a coalition of public schools located in Hudson, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. The superintendent of Hudson Public Schools is Dr. Kevin M. Lyons. The Hudson Public Schools' office is located at 155 Apsley Street in Hudson in the former Harriman Grammar School building.

Early Education

  • Cora Hubert Kindergarten Center, commonly referred to as just Hubert Kindergarten, is a public kindergarten center. It occupies the former New Broad Street School building, which was built in 1924 and converted into the kindergarten in 1976, and it is now named after Hudson educator Cora Hubert. The principal is Mary McCarthy.[1]

Elementary Schools (grades 1-5)

  • Camela A. Farley Elementary School is a public [2]
  • Joseph L. Mulready Elementary School is a public elementary school that serves grades 1 through 5. It was originally named the Cox Street School after the street it is located on, but was renamed after former Hudson [3]
  • Forest Avenue Elementary School is a public elementary school that serves grades 1 through 5 (Forest Ave also has a preschool class). It was completed in 1975 and is named after Forest Avenue, the street it is located on. The principal is David Champigny.[4]

Middle Schools (grades 6-7)

  • John F. Kennedy Middle School, popularly known as JFK, is a public middle (or [5]

High Schools (grades 8-12)

  • [6]

Former Schools (in Chronological Order)[4]

  • The School Street Schoolhouse was built in 1854 and abandoned in 1925. It was located on School Street.
  • The Old Broad Street School was built in 1867 and used until 1924. The New Broad Street School was built at the same site and was used until damaged by a fire. The new building, Cora Hubert Kindergarten Center replaced it at the same site. * The Old Green Street School was built in 1878 and was located on Green Street. It was used until 1924, when it was demolished to make way for a private residence.
  • The Harriman Grammar School was built sometime in the late 19th century, and is located on the corner of Lake and Apsley Streets. It not only served as a grammar school but early years was the high school. The building currently houses the administrative offices of the Hudson Public Schools District. It was named after Dr. James Lang Harriman (1833–1907), a 40-year-long Hudson physician and surgeon who also served on the Hudson School Committee for 38 years.
  • The Linden Street School was built in 1924 to replace the Old Green Street School; this makes sense location-wise, as Linden Street is located off of Green Street. The Linden Street School building still exists today as a condominium complex.
  • The Packard Street School was also built in 1924, and is located on Packard Street. The building now houses the Hudson Police Department.

References

External links

  • Hudson Public Schools website
  • Hudson Public Schools profile on Massachusetts Dept. of Education website

Coordinates: 42°23′46.12″N 71°34′07.69″W / 42.3961444°N 71.5688028°W / 42.3961444; -71.5688028

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