School Board Review Access to Public School Programs Policy

The Hudson School Board had a first reading for an updated policy related to access to Public School Programs by Non-Public, Charter School, and Home Educated Pupils during its May 6 meeting.”All pupils residing in the district, whether they are home educated, or are attending public chartered school or nonpublic schools (collectively, “non-enrolled district students”),…

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Nonprofit Leaves Nashua Resident Scrambling to Cover Medical Bills

Memphis Charity National Foundation for Transplants ceased operations following an April 8 announcement that it was closing, after 41 years of service, came without warning, shocking many. The organization was responsible for helping thousands of people pay for organ transplants.In an official statement, NFT said it was closing down due to post-pandemic economic strain “compounded…

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School Board Review Access to Public School Programs Policy

The Hudson School Board had a first reading for an updated policy related to access to Public School Programs by Non-Public, Charter School, and Home Educated Pupils during its May 6 meeting.”All pupils residing in the district, whether they are home educated, or are attending public chartered school or nonpublic schools (collectively, “non-enrolled district students”),…

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Karate Champ

Josh Brouillette a student at Hudson Memorial School won Grand Championship at Alliance Karate Tournament that was held at Londonderry High School on May 5.He is a 2nd degree Blackbelt who has been in this sport since he was 3 years old. He is also a co-captain of the demonstration team and a Sensai at…

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