Huge thanks to Joseph Corazzini, Casey Bell, and Maggie Olegario for putting the pieces together for this incredible opportunity. Read this MetroWest Daily News article from Zane Razzaq for more information.
The philosophy behind the approach is, as Dr. Epstein advises, that “Students aren’t GIVING teachers a hard time. They are HAVING a hard time.”
All current 4th graders (rising 5th graders) are invited and encouraged to sign up for band for the next school year. Visit the FPS Elementary Band website for more information.
If you like to walk on trails, visit the beaches, play on the playgrounds, or explore other wooded areas of Framingham, please consider sharing your input for the 2020 Open Space & Recreation Plan.
'We Are Many Colors, Part II' takes place at Tesoro Supermarket 80 Hollis St, Framingham MA 01701 this Saturday, May 18th between 11am- 1pm.
Registration is open now for the Spring Session. Visit www.flyersbynight.com to explore class offerings and register for one-time events, multi-week sessions, or individual drop-ins to experience a class without the full session commitment. There are several free class options as well.
Formally known as Summer School, CRD and Framingham High School encourage participation in summer programming to provide school year flexibility and to support credit recovery.
Just a couple of weeks ago Gen Grieci, Director of Bilingual Education, and Inna London, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, traveled to Madrid, Spain along with representatives from the DESE to spend a week interviewing and recruiting teaching candidates for schools across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including our own District.
Framingham High School is the only public high school in Massachusetts (and one of two in all of New England) that has attended The VEX Robotics World Championships six out of the last six years. Walsh Middle School is the only public middle school that has done so as well.