Consistent with Hudson Public School's Core Values and Goals, the Hudson Public School Nurses promote students' well-being in order to support their readiness to learn. Children learn best when they feel well, safe, energetic, and happy. The Nurses partner with students, families and staff to identify, prevent and manage health barriers to learning.

Department Personnel

Position Contact Information
Health Services Coordinator
Hudson High School
69 Brigham Street
Hudson, MA 01749

(978) 567-6250, x13137
(978) 875-5557(cell)
978) 567-6284 (fax)
Allyson O'Malley, BSN, RN
[email protected]

Resource Nurse
Hudson High School
69 Brigham Street
Hudson, MA 01749 
(978) 567-6250, x10142 

School Nurses at Buildings:

School Contact Information
Hudson High School
69 Brigham Street
Hudson, MA 01749
(Grades 8-12)
7:30 am - 2:30 pm
(978) 567-6250
(978) 567-6284 (fax)
Pat Emmons BSN, RN, NCSN
[email protected]

Sue Bowen BSN, RN, NCSN

[email protected]
Quinn Middle School
201 Manning Street
Hudson, MA 01749
(Grades 5-7)
7:30 am - 2:45 pm
(978) 567-6134 (direct)
(978) 567-6210 (main office)
(978) 567-6235 (fax)
Ann Thomas, BSN, RN
[email protected]
Brenda Walsh, BSN, RN
[email protected]
Farley Elementary School
119 Cottage Street
Hudson, MA 01749
(Grades PreK-4)
8:35 am - 2:55 pm
(978) 567-6153
(Option 2)
(978) 567-6165 (fax)
Tina Hill, MSN, RN, NCSN
[email protected]

Carla J. Wright
[email protected]

Forest Avenue Elementary School
136 Forest Avenue
Hudson, MA 01749
(Grades K-4)
8:35 am - 2:55 pm
(978) 567-6190
(Option 2)
(978) 567-6203 (fax)
Christie Vaillancourt BSN, RN, NCSN
[email protected]
Mulready Elementary School
306 Cox Street
Hudson, MA 01749
(Grades PreK-4)
8:35 am - 2:55 pm
(978) 567-6170 x4
(978) 567-6183 (fax)
Maria Rossini, MSN, RN, FNP
[email protected]s

Taylor Polomarenko, RN, BSN
[email protected]
School Physician Dr. Lucille Kanjer-Larson



MA Department of Public Health

Flu Guide for Parents

Concussion: free on-line training

Hudson Wellness Website

District Concussion Information


  • If a child is unable to participate fully in school activities because of illness
  • When a child has a contagious condition or a rash with an unknown cause
  • Fever of 100° F/37.7°C or more within the last 24 hours, when not taking medication to reduce fever
  • Vomiting or diarrhea within the past 24 hours or unable to eat normally
  • A child has a diagnosis of strep throat and has not been taking antibiotic medicine for 24
  • If a child requires medication for fever or ongoing pain relief