Hudson High School is located in Hudson, Ohio at 2500 Hudson-Aurora Road and sits on a 72-acre campus that has been developed to include a variety of athletic fields including six tennis courts, a lighted baseball field and a track. The high school football stadium, currently located at the old high school which is now the middle school, will soon be moving to the high school's current location. The football field is named "Lavelli Field" in honor of alumnus and Professional Football Hall of Fame member Dante Lavelli. The current building, opened in August 1992, is designed to grow with the community. The current student population is just under 2000. The academic wing of the High School was built to accommodate 1600 students in 104 teaching stations, while the core facilities such as the library, commons, auditorium, hallways, and offices were designed for a student population of 2200 to 2400. The academic wing is expandable at the east and west ends to increase its capacity to 2400 students and currently is being expanded. A full range of special education programs and educational options for gifted students are available to meet the needs of a wide range of students. Hudson High School is a member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association and the Western Reserve Athletic Conference, and offers 25 sports and 58 teams in athletic competition. The sports teams are the Hudson Explorers. There are four principals at Hudson High School. The head principal is Jay Tyree and under him are the three unit principals, Lynn Villa, Dave Harris, and Eugene Lolli. Location of Hudson, Ohio Main Street (State Route 91) in Hudson, Ohio. ...
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The Roger Howard Incident
The students of Hudson High School recently held a walkout in protest of the Hudson City School District's Board of Education decision to not renew the contract of the beloved head principal, Roger Howard. The Hudson Police claimed the initially peaceful protest was out of hand when they justified their use of force against the students. Two students were arrested, and many were pepper-sprayed, as well as pushed, shoved, and knocked to the ground. The Hudson Police also called assistance from six neighboring police departments as well as the Summit County, Ohio Special Response/SWAT Team. Some students subsequently joined forces with parents, teachers, and other community members to create two political groups fighting the Board of Education. In the following election of November 2005, no incumbent members were re-elected to the Board. Summit County, Ohio - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ...
The Myspace Letters
The students of Hudson High School are also known for their partying. (Sitation Needed: Plain Dealer Article - Dankfest Day) Recently, students have been recieving letters with no signature or return address with pictures of the students partying. Often times, the pictures were taken from the student's myspace sites. Hundreds of students have now recieved these letters. MySpace is a free social networking website that uses the Internet for online communication through an interactive network of photos, blogs, user profiles, groups, and an internal email system. ...
Fuck the Narc The student's protest against the sender of the Myspace letters.
Hudson City School District The online home of the Hudson City School District.
The Save Our Schools Coalition One of the groups fighting the school board.
Recall the Board The other group fighting the school board.