7:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Committee Meeting
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Committee Meeting
11/24/20: Families can complete the Return-to-Learn Commitment Form next week. Also this is a reminder that there is no school for BLOCKS Students tomorrow and all K-12 students have a half-day.
11/20/20: The decision has been made to not bring additional students back until mid-January.
11/17/20: Conversa da comunidade sobre COVID-19 e localização de contatos.
11/14/20: Food Distribution takes place at all schools Monday through Friday from 10am - 1pm. The pickup location at Woodrow Wilson has moved from the back of the school, to the front of the building - near the main entrance.
11/13/20: For clarification, the FHS Bell Schedule will revert back to an earlier schedule with a start time for students of 7:20 AM, and a dismissal time of 1:54 PM beginning on Monday, December 7th.
11/24/20: Framingham Public Schools and the Woodrow Wilson community are grateful for this opportunity and community partnership.
11/13/20: Framingham Public Schools is committed to maintaining the health and safety of our employees and students and to engaging in risk reducing measures.
11/3/20: Parents / Guardians can begin the registration process for the incoming Kindergarteners for the 2021-2022 school year.
10/30/20: Beginning Monday, November 2nd, families can drive-by or walk-up to any Framingham Public School between 10am and 1pm Monday through Friday to receive meals.
10/19/20: Today is one of the key decision dates as outlined in the Back to School Plan. The District is planning to bring back the second wave of high needs students and staff on Thursday, November 5, 2020.
10/8/20: If approved by the Mayor and then City Council, these capital projects will support the 9,300+ students, 1,800+ employees, and members of the community who utilize schools on evenings and weekends at sites across the City of Framingham.
9/7/20: The MOA covers the topics of Health and Safety; Air Quality and HVAC Systems; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Physical Distancing, and Personal Hygiene; and more. Read the tentative agreement announcement for details.
9/2/20: Employees will be welcomed back as soon as the public health situation allows.
8/7/20: Today the School Committee, FTA, and FPS met for more than 5 hours. During a robust, collaborative discussion, we feel that there was more common ground about a safe return to school, than there were differences.
7/28/20: Members of the local news, radio, and online press are invited to pre-register for weekly press conferences which will be held via Zoom.
7/24/20: Through collaboration, community feedback, state guidance, and public health department coordination, the Framingham Public Schools Administration has posted the initial plans as the foundation for the 2020-2021 school year
7/22/20: Members of the local news, radio, and online press are invited to pre-register for weekly press conferences which will be held via Zoom.
7/20/20: Members of the local news, radio, and online press are invited to pre-register for weekly press conferences which will be held via Zoom.
7/9/20: Framingham Public Schools is proud to share that there were a total of 239 students in grades 5, 8 and 12 this past school year who have met the eligibility requirements for the STATE Seal of Biliteracy (55), Language Opportunity Coalition (LOC) (172) and Framingham Public Schools (12) in furthering their bilingual and/or trilingual skills.
6/1/20: As educators it is our responsibility to develop the wonderful minds of our youth so they grow up to be productive citizens in this world....
5/27/20: Cost saving move avoids layoffs and a $512,500 lease for office space; prioritizing investments for classroom positions and direct learning for students
5/26/20: The series began on May 11th and is now scheduled through the rest of the school year. With increased interest and participation, these events will also be made available to the larger community.
5/21/20: Superintendent Schedules Education Budget Forum Webinar on May 27 at 5 p.m. for Stakeholders to Learn about COVID-19’s Fiscal Impacts on Schools
5/15/20: The Fellows will support students in the Resiliency for Life program at Framingham High School and the Out of School Time program at Cameron Middle School.
5/12/20: Ms. Sheron Doucette's personal and professional network leads to the FPA's first interactive experience in the series featuring Judine Somerville.
5/6/20: Structural steel members are rising on the three-story classroom building and the concrete masonry walls are in place at the gymnasium.
4/21/2020: The ultimate goal of the Office of Community Resource Development is to continue engaging families and providing enrichment to students. Explore the the fun challenges and podcasts as time allows!
4/1/2020: This budget request is built upon the philosophy of investing in academic achievement, supporting employees, establishing access and equity models, enhancing technology, improving safety and security, legal compliance, meeting contractual obligations, continued streamlining of operations, creating opportunities for innovation, and data-driven decision making.
2/26/20: FPS has gathered information from official public health agencies and is sharing them with the community.
2/26/2020: The following events are collaborative efforts bringing together various community members from across the City of Framingham. Please feel free to attend or cover based on your interest and availability.
Framingham High School (FHS) students can now attend all regular-season home athletic games at Framingham High and Bowditch Field, for example, free of charge, simply by presenting their FHS student ID.
New legislation signed into law offers Framingham numerous new pathways for students; stakeholders are encouraged to engage with government as plans are developed
New and enhanced subcommittees to focus on Health & Wellness; Equity, Inclusion & Diversity; and Climate Change, Environment & Sustainability
With the partnership, FPS employees are now able to enroll at Regis College and receive significant discounts for certain on-campus graduate, doctoral and certificate programs and for the online graduate programs