1311 Lilly Street
Longview, TX 75602
Hudson PEP (Planned
Enrichment Program) is a district-wide elementary school in Longview
Independent School District for students who perform in the average
to above average range in grades 1-5. Students
participate in music, art, physical education, and computer with
certified teachers in all grades. A
hands-on science program has been integrated into the curriculum. In
grade 5, students may participate in band, orchestra or choir. A
strings program is offered for students in grades 3-5 depending on
is develop the whole child – academically, socially, physically,
creatively and morally through an enriched academic curriculum and
high expectations. Students remember, understand, apply,
analyze, evaluate, and create to learn and reinforce skills.
application begins the process for admittance. Students are
given ability and achievement tests to see if they qualify.
Students entering first grade are testing during March and April.
Grades 2 through 5, if places are available, are tested during the
first week of June.
district students may apply. About one third of the students
are identified as Gifted and Talented and participate in a
school hours are from 7:30 – 3:00 pm.
Sue Wilson poses with the traveling 'Lobo Cup' which was presented
to Hudson PEP for a 98.7 percent attendance rate during the first
six-weeks. To keep the trophy on display beyond the second six-weeks
Hudson PEP will have to continue the winning streak.