Do You Want to Build a Snowman?

Briana Devlin, Staff Writer

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In an odd winter season, students began to wonder if we would have a snow day as February ended with none called. On Monday, March 4 that all changed as the first snow day for the Hudson Public Schools in the 2018-2019 school year. This is the first time in many years that we have had the first snow day in March. Staff and faculty had a ball with childlike wonder as they and their children explored the wonderland on their snow day.

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  • English teacher Andrea Haapanen's daughter Alana and her snowman Frank.

  • History teacher Pam Porter's daughter Eleanor with her veggietastic snowman.

  • English Teacher Amy Plackowski's children Myka and Asher with "Fred, the Mardi Gras Snowman" hamming it up.

  • English teacher Jennifer Wallingford's and Humanities Curriculum Director Todd Wallingford's daughter Rudy with her snowpeople.

  • English teacher Jacqueline Paton's daughter Samantha Grace with "Olaf's Brother" pose at Quinsigamond Community College Sliding Hill.

  • Receptionist Michelle Shekleton's daughter Hannah with her colorful snowlady.

  • Media teacher Linda Chilton made a reading and relaxing snowman who took in the sun's rays.

  • Librarian Assistant Christine Alexander and her grandsons enjoyed a romp in the snow.

  • School Counselor Erin Learned's son Drew takes his little sister Allison on a sled ride.

  • Special education teacher Rebecca Appel's daughter and HHS alumnus Maggie with her Roger Williams University peers.

  • English teacher Jacqueline Paton's daughter Samantha Grace enjoyed her first sledding day of the 2019 winter season.

  • Receptionist Michelle Shekleton's daughter Hannah exuberant making a snow agent.

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