• Covid info center

    Framingham Public Schools strives to provide an educational and working environment free of bias or discrimination, where individuals of all backgrounds and experiences can flourish, are welcomed, included, encouraged, and successful.

    We hope that this website and the resources we provide here will be helpful to everyone in our community during this challenging time.

     

If your child(ren) are sick and showing COVID-like symptoms, take these steps:

    1. Stay home
    2. Email or call your healthcare provider, for evaluation and for on-site COVID testing
    3. Email or call your school nurse, your school’s office manager, and your schools before/after-school coordinator (if applicable) to report your student’s absence.
    4. Testing Options (When You Are Experiencing Symptoms):
    5. If Positive - please follow the detailed guidance from the MA Department of Public Health. 
      • Isolate per public health guidance for a minimum of 5 days. Students can return to school as long as they:
        • are fever-free without fever-reducing medication for 24 hours,
        • have significant improvement in symptoms, and
        • are able to wear a mask consistently through the 10th day
    6. If Negative - Share test results with your school nurse and return to school / activities as long as you are fever-free without fever-reducing medication for 24 hours, and have had a significant improvement in symptoms.
    7. If an alternative diagnosis is made, provide documentation to your school nurse and wait for clearance to return to school.
    8. If no testing is done, stay home for 5 days in isolation and consistently wear a well-fitting mask for the following 5 days.
      • If your child cannot wear a mask consistently, they must follow a 10-day isolation.

FPS COVID Data Dashboard

  • FPS COVID Data Dashboard

    (click the image above to view the COVID Data Dashboard)

    The Framingham Public Schools COVID Dashboard contains data that reflects the number of positive COVID cases for staff and students physically present in Framingham Public School buildings. Staff may visit multiple buildings as part of their employment, so multiple locations may be listed. The date listed is the date the positive case was reported to FPS.

Family Resources

District News

  • Code of Character, Conduct, and Support - Elementary Family Email

    6/22/22: This Elementary Code Smore covers restorative conversations and recaps the May Community Meetings.

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  • Last Day!

    6/21/22: BLOCKS students have their last day today or tomorrow (depending on their schedule) and K-11 celebrate their last day with a half-day on Thursday, June 23rd.

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  • No School Monday 6/20

    6/17/22: In observance of Juneteenth which takes place on Sunday June 19th, all schools are closed on Monday, June 20th. Read the News Item for a brief explanation about Juneteenth.

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  • COVID Vaccine Clinic (Ages 5+)

    6/17/22: The Vaccines will be provided by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine Program. The COVID-19 vaccine is free. You can get a vaccine even if you do not have insurance, a driver’s license, or a Social Security number.

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  • Juneteenth

    6/16/22: What is Juneteenth? What is the Juneteenth flag and what does it represent? Why should we all know and celebrate this holiday?

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Contact us

  • Questions?
    Please contact our COVID Call Center:

    BY PHONE: 508-782-6633

    Press 1 or 2 for English
    Presione 1 para Español
    Pressione 2 para Português

    BY EMAIL: covid@framingham.k12.ma.us

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