International Hudson School

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International Hudson School

HOBOKEN, N.J., May 9, 2018 –  Celebrating the school’s rich cultural and culinary heritages, The Hudson School hosted its first International Food Festival on Wednesday evening. Hudson families and staff representing over 20 countries offered delicious and diverse savory and sweet foods.  

For a donation of $5, attendees moved from table to table, sampling delicious food from Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, Russia, Cuba, China, Japan, Finland, India, Senegal, Germany, Hungary, Portugal, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, the U.S., England, Lebanon, France,  Australia, the Philippines and more.

Since its founding  in 1978, Hudson has been committed to attracting and building a diverse community of learners, teachers, and families. All proceeds go to Hudson School Diversity Initiatives such as sending students to the annual NAIS People of Color Conference and Hudson’s student-led Diversity Day.  

The Hudson School is entering its 40th year of engaged education and active citizenship in the heart of Hoboken. Hudson is an independent day school for grades 5-12. Founded by Hoboken resident Suellen Newman, the school admits academically motivated students on a need-blind basis. The school’s motto is Courage, Compassion and Commitment.

2018-05-14T12:47:22+00:00 May 14th, 2018|
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