When did women get the right to vote in the U.S.? 

Noemi Bonilla!


Google Robotics Workshop Talk

Pierre Sermanet, a lead researcher at Google Brain's robotics division, will be sharing his ideas about the future of robotics on March 6 at 1:00 pm EST/10:00 am PST.

Our TKS Talks series has featured leaders from Google, Tesla, SpaceX and Apple, with 5,000+ students attending from 40+ countries. There is no cost to attend and this talk will not be recorded.

Here's the link for details and registration.

New Spring VIRTUAL Mini-Internships!

Build that résumé and get some experience and connections with these mini-internship exploring opportunities. ALL STUDENTS CAN SIGN UP FOR THESE.


Law & Government

Queens District Attorney Office 

Wednesdays 2/17, 3/3, 3/17, 3/31, 4/14, 5/5, 5/19, 6/2 @4:30-6PM


Technology/Engineering/Construction Management

Turner & Townsend 
Wednesdays 2/17, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10 @4-4:45PM



Lenox Hill Hospital  

Thursdays 2/24, 3/25, 4/22, 5/27, 6/24 @4:30-6PM


Construction Management/Engineering

Structure Tone & Gensler 

Thursdays 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, 3/25, 4/1, 4/8, 4/15, @4:30-5:30PM



Port Authority of NY&NJ  

Tuesdays 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/6 @4-5PM



Respond to this email and tell me which program you'd like to join. I'll send you the quick application. These programs just require sign up — so if you want to do it, you're in!


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Term 2 Class Schedule

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Mandatory NX Resolution Classes Begin Wed. Feb 24!

Check your Pupilpath for updates.



Cornell Tech in collaboration with the NYC DOE’s CS4All and NYC Men Teach, presents Fireside with Colson Whitehead. Participants at this virtual event will have the opportunity to hear author Colson Whitehead read excerpts from his Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Nickel Boys. After Colson Whitehead’s talk, participants have the opportunity to engage in critical yet casual conversation to explore the messaging we send to brown and Black children in the classroom and how, particularly in Computer Science, teacher representation matters. 


Colson Whitehead is the author of nine books of fiction and non-fiction, including The Underground Railroad, which was a #1 New York Times bestseller and won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. A recipient of MacArthur and Guggenheim Fellowships, he lives in New York City. 


Join us from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday, March 1st, for Fireside with Colson Whitehead.  Register at today. All are welcome! 


Disability Pride Visual Arts Contest 

Theme: Nothing About Us Without Us 

Deadline: March 26, 2021 


The NYC Department of Education (DOE) Disability Pride Visual Arts Contest celebrates the challenges and achievements of people with disabilities in their struggle for equity and equal access, opportunity, and inclusion.  


We invite students in DOE schools to participate in this year’s Disability Pride Visual Arts Contest. The 10 Finalists and 1 Grand Finalist will have their artwork showcased by the DOE and be invited to a virtual event in Spring 2021. Recognizing that art is an invaluable means of expression and communication, the DOE encourages teachers and families to engage their students in developing visual representations of what the phrase, “Nothing About Us Without Us,” means to them. Teachers and families are encouraged to build the contest into their curriculum and/or have meaningful conversations around disability. The deadline for submission is Friday, March 26, 2021.  


To learn more, please see attached or click on the links below. 

Why Visual Arts Contest 

Information Guidelines 

Artwork Samples 


When you are ready to submit your artwork or if you have any questions, please complete this form. 

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Click the poster at right for more information!

Career Workshops

Meet Professionals

Learn About Careers



  1. Make sure you don't have class. If you do, ask your teacher if you can be excused and send their response to Ms. Gunn.

  2. Email Ms. Gunn to let her know which session you'd like to attend.

Networking with Morgan Stanley + MTA Employees

Monday, March 1st 1pm – 2:00pm

Executives from Morgan Stanley and the MTA will share best-practices and the benefits of Networking.    Students will learn tips and strategies for developing real connections and building mutually beneficial relationships.  Volunteers will demystify what networking entails and share the do’s and don’ts for building valuable networks for educational and career success.       

Investment Banking

Friday, March 5th – 11:00am – 12:00pm

BNY Mellon, is an American investment banking services holding company headquartered in New York City with $1.9 trillion of assets under management.  Executives will provide a deep dive into the investment banking industry and the various roles and career opportunities at the Bank of New York Mellon. 

FREE NYU College Prep Program for Sophomores!

The Aspire program is now accepting applications for our 2021 cohort, and we are actively looking for current HS Sophomores - like your students! Below, you'll find more information on our innovative program that offers a wonderful 100% FREE 2-year opportunity for HS sophomores.



The NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) Aspire Program is a 2-year college prep and mentoring program for high school students from underrepresented communities in New York City, who will be first-generation college students.



The program begins with a 1-week "college immersion" experience in the summer where students take Aspire college preparatory classes and participate in extracurricular activities for free. This is followed by college prep workshops throughout the fall and spring semesters to develop college, career, and leadership skills. Students continue to attend Aspire workshops throughout their Junior and Senior year. Each student admitted into the program will receive a full scholarship that covers 100% of program costs (including tuition and summer experiences for all 2 years)!

Please note: Classes will be virtual this summer due to COVID-19 restrictions, however we plan to return to in-person programming during the academic year when it is safe to do so.



  • B average (or higher) students who demonstrate potential 

  • Students who want to pursue a 4-year college degree after High School

  • Students who are low income (i.e. students who qualify for free or reduced price lunch)

  • Students who will be the 1st in their family to go to college in the US (The following students still qualify as "1st in their family": students with siblings currently in college; students with family members who have a non-US degree; students with family members who did not finish their degree/have a 2 year degree or technical degree) 


Priority Application Deadline: March 1, 2021
Final Application Deadline: April 16, 2021


If you have any questions about our program or would like us to help you through the application process, please contact us at

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Application Due March 1

Free Admission to
the Whitney Museum

Come visit the Whitney!

We are thrilled to extend free admission to members
of Whitney Education Community Partner organizations. 

Click here to reserve your timed tickets for entry.


Access to Free Books!

We have SOOOOOOO many NEW and EXCITING books in Sora for you to read! 



You can find the app instructions and access to the Sora here. 



You can access the Sora collection by logging in with your DOE email and password in the app or browser. 



If you have any questions or can't find a book you are looking for, please feel free to email the librarian at at any time.  

Access to Comics Plus: Graphic Novels, Comic Books, Manga

ComicsPlus has access to a variety of online graphic novels, comic books, and manga titles. 

Thanks to our school librarian, Ms. Egan, for this!



It is SUPER easy to log into this system. 

You can log in with your SCHOOL GMAIL at the following URL:

Need to Talk?

Need to Talk? Project Hope is New York’s COVID-19 Emotional Support Helpline.

NY Project Hope helps New Yorkers understand their reaction and emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Through an emotional support helpline, educational materials, and trusted referrals, NY Project Hope helps people manage and cope with changes brought on by COVID-19.

Project Hope Crisis Counselors understand what you are going through.

Talking to them is free, confidential, and anonymous. Talk to someone who is trained, knowledgeable and never judges. Sometimes it helps to talk with someone you don’t know.


Emotional Support Helpline: 


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Get Help Now!

Where Can I Find Information or Get Help?

  • Hudson Website! (The homepage has a lot!)

  • Hudson Instagram @HudsonHSLTOfficial (We don't follow you back!)

  • Hudson Facebook @HudsonHSLT

  • Student Blast! (This email comes 1-2x per day)

  • You can always reply to this email with questions.

  • Your Advisor! Attend Advisory and reach out to your Advisor.

  • Your Guidance Counselor!

  • 9th and 11th Grade Guidance Mr. Blackett

  • 10th and 12th Grade Guidance Dr. Wurzel

  • College Advisor Ms. Cobb

  • Student Support Center + Success Mentors

  • Your Teachers!


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