Superintendent of Schools
Daniel Moulis, Ed. D
Dr. Daniel Moulis joined the Hudson School District on July 1, 2022. Dan has been the Superintendent of the Barrington School District in Barrington, New Hampshire since 2017. Prior to becoming Superintendent, he was the Director of Operations, Curriculum & Instruction in Barrington.
Dan earned his Doctorate in Education in Learning, Leadership, and Community from Plymouth State University. He holds a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies, a Master of Education and a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of New Hampshire.
Coming from a family of educators, Dan has always had a strong conviction to improve childrens’ education and their educational institutions. In support of this philosophy, he began his career teaching social studies and history in grades five through eight, in both New Hampshire and Connecticut. Dan then spent eight years as the Assistant Principal and Principal of Windham Middle School.
Dan enjoys running road races and has completed the Marine Corps Marathon twice as well as several sprint and Olympic triathlons. Dan lives with his wife, Sharon Moulis, PhD, two daughters and their dog, Rocky. Dan enjoys reading history, traveling with his family and supporting his children at their music and sports events.
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
Kimberly Organek joined the Hudson School District in 2020. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Emerson College, a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College, a CAGS in Educational Leadership from the University of New Hampshire and is currently enrolled at the University of Virginia’s doctoral program in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Innovation.
Throughout her career in New Hampshire, she has taught fourth through eighth grades, been assistant principal and principal at the elementary and middle school levels in the Timberlane/Hampstead, Hooksett, and Manchester school districts. She spent five years in Manatee County, Florida working as a Turnaround Principal, Director of Elementary Curriculum and Professional Learning and Executive Director of Curriculum and Professional Learning.
She and her husband Steve, a music teacher, are the proud parents of two young daughters and two golden retrievers.
Jennifer Burk joined the Hudson School District in November 2020. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. In addition, she has a certificate in School Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University. Mrs. Burk previously worked in Human Resources in both the private sector as well as in public school settings in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and has worked as a School Business Administrator in another New Hampshire district.
Director of Special Services
Rachel Borge, MSEd, CAGS
Rachel M. Borge joined the Hudson School District in 2017. She holds degrees in Communication Disorders and Special Education with a concentration in Learning Disabilities from the College of Saint Rose and in Education Administration and Supervision from the University of New Hampshire. Mrs. Borge’s previous work experience includes middle school special education teaching in varied public school settings as well as ten years’ experience in Special Education Administration. In her spare time Mrs. Borge enjoys camping, reading and spending time with her family and their two dogs.