Hudson School District Welcomes You

ABOUT THIS WEB SITE: We hope that many of your questions can be answered by reviewing our school district Web site. If you need further information please don't hesitate to contact us directly.

School Sites: We've also created a Web site for each of the schools within the Hudson School District. At these sites you will find the detailed and school specific information you might need.

If you are new to the district, refer to our welcome page (click here).

Best Regards,

Bryan Lane
Hudson School District, Superintendent

Request For Bids

This is the Request for Bids page. Below you will find the various RFPs that are currently available. Please click on the links to view each RFP.

Design/Build Services for Elevator Installation at Alvirne High School

Web Site Design, Content Management & Hosting

Hudson Memorial Middle School Wireless Solution

Calendar Committee Survey

The Calendar Committee is looking for input from parents regarding the creation of the annual school calendar.  We would ask that you fill out the survey that is attached to the link . If you could complete this within the week that would be really helpful.

Thank you for your participation.


Bryan K. Lane
Superintendent of Schools



The New Hampshire Athletic Directors’ Association and the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association held its Annual New Hampshire High School Women’s and Men’s Athletic/Academic Award Program on Monday, March 17, 2014.  The event was held at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord.



High school women and men throughout New Hampshire were recognized for achieving academic and athletic excellence.  Award recipients are nominated each year based on criteria which requires that the high school senior have a B+ grade point average, letter in at least two varsity sports, participate in community service activities and serve as a role model to her peers.  At the awards ceremony, each student received an award certificate and a commemorative pin.



Representing Alvirne High School were: Ethan Beals, Joshua Bellomo, Hailey Boulia, Peter Busnach, Sabrina Carter, Kayla Gendreau, Alexys Gilcreast, Brittney Lambert, Victoria LaRoche, Danielle Lefebvre, Jeremy Longchamp, Amanda Pierpont, Connor Sakati, Evelyn Susko, Robert Younghusband and Marie Morrier.


Congratulations to all of the athletes!!!!



In-person registration will be held at Library Street School Gymnasium on the following dates:

  • Thursday, March 6th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm for last names A-L
  • Thursday, March 13th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm for last names M-Z
  • Tuesday March 25th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm for all remaining students

If your child will be five on or before September 30, 2014, it is time to start preparing for their first day of kindergarten!  Parents should begin the registration process at home by logging on to the Hudson School District website ( prior to attending in-person registration.  Your completed paperwork will be waiting for you when you come on March 6th, March 13th, or March 25th.  Computers will also be available at in-person registration if that is more convenient for you.  If you have already opened a “family account” online, you need to “add a child”.

We will also be registering new first graders! 
For first grade, children must be six years old by September 30, 2014. If you wish to register a child in grades 2-5, please contact the school in your zone to make an appointment to register at any time. Students currently enrolled in the Hudson School District kindergarten program or 1st grade do not need to register.

When you attend in-person registration, please bring along your child’s birth certificate, a copy of your child’s immunization records, and a proof of residence (current property tax bill, lease agreement, etc.) Please note that a driver’s license or utility bill is not an acceptable proof of residence. Your child does not need to be present during registration, but are welcome to come along.

Staff members, including the School Nurse and School Counselor, will be available at registration to help answer your questions.  We can’t wait to meet you and welcome you to our school community!  If you have any questions in the meantime, contact the School Counseling Department.

Hudson School District 2014/2015 Budget Document Interface

Summary Report by LocationLink
District AdministrationClick Here
Consolidated ElementaryClick Here
Hudson Memorial Jr. High SchoolClick Here
Alvirne High SchoolClick Here
All District Wide ReportClick Here
FacilitiesClick Here
Special EducationClick Here

Student Achievement Relative to State Standards

The New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) is administered to students in New Hampshire as part of our statewide assessment program. NECAP test results are used primarily as indicators of school improvement and accountability. Achievement level results are used in the state accountability system required under No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Results are viewed at the district, school, grade, and student levels. At a local level, NECAP test results are examined with other district and school level assessments to provide information about student achievement and effectiveness of instruction and programming.

Reading and mathematics are assessed at grades 3 through 8 and grade 11 while writing tests are administered to students in grades 5, 8, and 11. In New Hampshire, the tests are designed to measure the content and skills that students are expected to have as they begin the school year in their current grade.

The related links below will provide you with more information about district performance on NECAP:

Overview of Fall 2012 district results including special education subgroup:
2012 necap data overview final

Overview of Fall 2012 district results by proficiency levels:
2012 necap summary by achievement level

NH Department of Education NECAP results:

This link will detail information about each school’s performance on the state test. The data is based on reading, mathematics and writing assessments and is disaggregated by different subgroups of students. Please select HUDSON and then select any school to view NECAP performance.

NH Department of Education Longitudinal Reports:

These reports show disaggregated NECAP data over time in different ways. The reports are for NECAP data only. They do not include data for students who participated in the State's Alternate Assessment. The data is reported by teaching year. The results will be grouped by the grade the student was in during the fall testing cycle but measuring the achievement from the previous year of instruction. If fewer than 10 students are tested in a subgroup, the results are NOT reported.

While NECAP results are the measure by which our district’s student achievement is measured by the state, locally, we define our student achievement with many formative and summative assessments across grades and content areas. We recognize the uniqueness of each child and we foster a caring school community that emphasizes the social, emotional, physical and intellectual development of each child.

If you would like further explanation of the documents cited in this letter, please feel free to contact me at the school district central office: (886-1269).

Phyllis Schlichter, Ph.D.
Assistant Superintendent