Hudson Administration from Left to right, Mr. Trujillo,Assistant principal, Mrs. Peña,Dean Of Instruction, Mrs. Rachel Ayala, Principal and Mrs. Ybarra Assistant Principal.
A message from the Principal
As we commit to a conscious development of our school’s learning outcomes, we need to realize that every day we should assess the teaching and learning process, reflect on how to close the achievement gaps, and enhance our performance in order to lead a dynamic process of ongoing reform and revitalization. Moreover, to purposefully develop a school-wide culture that supports and drives the effectiveness of our instructional program takes thoughtful and reflective perseverance. Reflection involves questions that we cannot be afraid to ask. Reflection involves examining how we attempt to answer those questions. Reflection requires honesty. Reflection and honesty demand humility. Over the Christmas Holidays I urge you to take some time to reflect on your instructional practices to engage in a process of continuous learning. If we are honest in our reflections, we will collectively recognize moments of success, but also moments lacking success. Critical reflection is crucial to becoming a successful educator. Hopefully, as you think systematically about your practice you will learn from your experiences, deepen your knowledge, and incorporate new strategies that will lead to teaching effectiveness and student learning. Enjoy your time with family and friends over the Winter Break and return committed to effective teaching and learning. Keep up the Super Hero work!
Rachel R. Ayala
BISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability or genetic information in employment or provision of services, programs or activities.
BISD no discrimina a base de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, religión, edad, discapacidad o información genética en el empleo o en la provisión de servicios, programas o actividades.