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  • It's time to sign up for volleyball! There is a signup sheet outside Ms. Reavis's door for any girl interested. The first day of tryouts is January 2nd. You MUST have a physical and concussion form on file with Coach Joplin before that date.

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  • sick child

    Are you too sick for school? Click here for more information.

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  • Dream Award Congratulations to Kayla Salmeron, Will Jones, and Aubree Leal. These students received the Dream Award from CCC&TI.

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  • Talent Show HMS will have an assembly on Friday, December 15th where you can show your talent!!

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  • spelling Braxton Griffin won the HMS Spelling Bee and then won the county Spelling Bee. This qualifies him for the Regional  Spelling Bee. Congratulations to Braxton and good luck when you compete in the Regionals!!! Braxton is pictured with Keith Hindman and Pat Triplett.

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  • Come to the Game!!

    Come out to support the Hornets in wrestling and basketball. The games are held after school at 4:00, and the cost is $3.00.

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  • box top The PTO is collecting Box Tops.

    Each Box Top collected brings money to our school.

    Please turn them in during homeroom.


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Hornet News

  • Merry Christmas from HMS!

    The Hornets decorated Christmas trees in downtown Hudson and at Edward Jones Investments.

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    Cancer Awareness

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    Through PTO t-shirt sales and classroom collections, HMS raised $1,435.75 and donated the funds to the Wig Bank. Mrs. Ellison was the classroom winner raising $321.00. Pictured above is Mrs. Ellison's class and Amy Huffman, who is her students' inspiration.

    Attention 8th Graders

    Caldwell Middle College applications are now available! The deadline to submit is January 5th, 2018. Please click on the link below for the application.

    Early College Applications are now available also! Applications are located outside of the Guidance office and are due January 5th.

  • Rooster Bush Can Food Drive

    Thank you so much, HMS students and staff who brought in cans for the Rooster Bush Can Drive. Hudson Middle School won the contest by collecting 10,378 cans. Mrs. Bolick's homeroom was in 3rd place bringing in 845 cans, Mrs. McCall's class finished 2nd with 1,054 cans, and Mrs. Potter's was the winning homeroom bringing in 1,634 cans. The can drive will benefit South Caldwell Christian Ministries, Yokefellow, Bethel Colony, and Room at the Inn.

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  • Bemis Poster Winners

    Eighth grade teacher, Mrs. Berry, took a workshop concerning project based learning. After meeting with Bemis and reviewing the eighth grade curriculum, Mrs. Berry and her class decided on a problem and solution. The dilemma was, "How can Bemis educate its employees on how to stay healthy, so they can work and be productive?" The students created posters to remind employees how germs are spread and what to do to stay healthy in order to decrease absences. Krista Bridgewood, Human Resources Director, came from Bemis and presented candy to contest winners. The posters are displayed at Bemis. Pictured are Krista Bridgewood, Brooke Aldridge, Hailey Byers, Chloe Foster, Kylie Williams, and Mrs. Berry.

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  • Veteran's Day

    Veterans were in attendance as Hudson Middle School honored them on November 9th. The guest speaker was Sergeant Brandon Price. There were songs to commemorate the United States, and the Caldwell County Honor Guard presented the Twenty-One Gun Salute. Many thanks to all of the Veterans who fought to secure our freedom. A special thanks to Misty Key and those who helped her pay tribute to the Veterans.

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