Student, Parent and Community Involvement
We encourage parents to beactively involved in their children’s education. An important connection in parent involvement is in supporting homework. At minimum, homework includes reading every night as well as practice on their musical instrument. Although middle school students profess a desire for independence, it is a developmental period that requires parents to stay closely connected to their child and the school. We strive to help parents and families feel welcome and offer multiple opportunities for parents to monitor their child’s learning. This includes Family Access through Skyward where student grades can be reviewed and missing assignments noted.
It is a pleasure to see parents volunteering, stopping by to share lunchtime with their child, or watching a concert or an athletic event. Important, too, is the time that our parents volunteer to be part of our school setting. Parents can be seen at Hudtloff every day as they volunteer in our student store, chaperone field trips and school events, engaging with our staff on Site Council and being active members of the PTSA.
“The Hudtloff Way” is a touchstone at Hudtloff. This is an initiative where our students, staff and community members build a respectful culture and climate where we are our best selves and do our best work. This includes student leadership activities, mentoring, and recognition events that reinforce this effort.
School Improvement Plan
Goal 1, 2, & 3 Math, Literacy, and Science: All district and school staff will ensure that 85% of our students will meet or exceed grade-level in mathematics and disparities among all sub-groups will be eliminated as measured by state, district, and classroom assessments.
Goal 4:As a result of intentional instructional practice all students will grow academically a minimum of one year and students below grade level will grow academically a minimum of 1.5 years
Our gym facility is used by our community five evenings a week and our fields are used daily throughout fall, spring and summer for sports and recreational activities. Our building is used for meetings, classes and summer learning opportunities.
Basic - $4,606,728
Title 1/LAP - 192,464
CTE - 114,969
Other allocations - 20,453
Total budget - 4,934,614
District average per-pupil expenditure in 15-16.................................. 14,950.00