Perhaps one of the most important decisions the Board made was a resolution to continue funding the At-Risk/Dropout Prevention program. Mr. Lipinski addressed the Board during the meeting and shared with them numerous data to show the effect this programing has had on our school district in terms of preventing dropouts, decreasing failure rates, and an improved student culture. It is worthy to note that the success of our program has been observed throughout the state. Often times, Mr. Lipinski is asked to consult with other school districts who are in the process of setting up their own programs, and look to our school district in an effort to emulate what we are doing here at Hudson!
For a full accounting of all the action taken at the Board meeting on November 21st, please refer to our meeting minutes which are published in the Hudson Herald. If you have specific questions about any Board action, please feel free to give me a call.