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New Teachers

How Art Thou?

May 31, 2017 |

As this school year lacquers the blank untainted canvas with good and unforgettable memories, The Commentator had a chance to interview the new art teacher, Ms. Jennifer Johnson-Tiongson.

Before becoming an art teacher, Ms. Johnson-Tiongson went to school for painting. … Read More

The Hoffinator

May 9, 2017 |

It seems like everyone is talking about our newest religion teacher and campus minister, Ms. Shannon Hoffman, who was hired during the summer of 2016.

Hoffman, who graduated from The College of St. Elizabeth, in Morristown, NJ last May, never … Read More

Mr. Garland’s Past and Future

October 15, 2016 |

This school year we welcomed 11 new teachers to our Hawk family. Among the new faculty members is Mr. Ryan Garland.

Mr. Garland does not only come to Hudson Catholic as the new history teacher taking over Mr. Eigo’s previous … Read More

Mystery Mihalik

October 3, 2016 |

Hudson Catholic has seen a big change in faculty and staff since last year. We students are welcoming over 10 new faces who have decided to call Hudson home.

Among the new additions to Hudson Catholic is Mr. George Mihalik, … Read More

Bader Late Than Never

September 27, 2016 |

Meet Ms. Meredith Bader! A history teacher and assistant girls soccer coach, she’s made her new home in room 325. On September 22, The Commentator spoke with Ms. Bader about Hudson Catholic, its students, and much, much more.

When asked about … Read More

Meet Ms. Awad

November 20, 2015 |

At the beginning of the school year, the students of Hudson Catholic were informed that we were going to be introduced to a “new” community member, but one we had met before: Ms. Jill Awad. Ms. Awad was formerly a … Read More

Getting to Know Mr. Bongiorno

November 16, 2015 |

My first encounter with Mr. Bongiorno was back in September when, as a Peer Minister, I was asked to help freshman homeroom teachers during the Freshman Orientation. At first glance, he seemed fun, approachable, and jolly. Sadly, I found out … Read More