The Department of Family and Community Engagement serves to support our students’ first and most important teachers- their families and communities. To be truly committed to the success of our students, we must support their families and their communities to play an active role in the learning process. As such, the department consists of a number of divisions and initiatives that support our families and communities to engage their children in lifelong, enriching, social, emotional, and educational development; this includes the Parent Information Center (PIC), Framingham Adult ESL Plus (FAESL+), the Early Childhood Alliance of Ashland and Framingham (ECAAF), and the FPS Attendance Office. Together, these components of the family and community engagement division demonstrate the district’s deep commitment to community outreach and involvement.
A letter from the Superintendent
ENGLISH SPANISH PORTUGUESE
Mass Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Find online "Know Your Rights" resources in English, Spanish and other languages. Organize a "Know Your Rights" workshop in your region.
Immigrant & Refugee Children
A guide for Educators and School Support Staff
Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff
Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Students
Join us on Monday, May 15, or Tuesday, May 16, for a community discussion with our local leaders about
springboarding positive conversation in the community and making Framingham a sanctuary town!
Please visit the following for specific information: