Thank you so much to everyone who helped make this event possible and to those families who came out to connect, engage, and win prizes. We hope you all had a great time!
Special Thank Yous go out to Framingham City Departments including, the Mayor's Office, Parks and Recreation, Communication, HR, the Police Department, and the Fire Department for all of the behind the scenes work for the event; as well as to Banner Hill Church, the Framingham Lions Club (Peter Friel), our school, parent, and community volunteers for their time this week.
The following local businesses and organizations generously provided the prizes for the Back To School Family Picnic.
Framingham Baking Company, Big Lots, Ashland Ale House, Avidia Bank, Explorers Program, Metrowest Regional Transit Authority, La Cantina Gift Certificate, Club Pilates Gift Certificate, Dream Dinners Dream Taste Gift Certificate, Anderson’s Driving School ($795 Gift Card towards one Driver’s Education Course), Pet Supplies Plus Gift Bag, Framingham Parks and Recreation Gift Certificate, Pasta Making Class for 4 at Volturno, Sponsored by Century 21 and Fairway Independent Mortgage Company, Six Flags Gift Certificate Sponsored by Wellesley College
The Framingham School Building Committee (SBC) is hosting it’s 9th community forum on Thursday, November 1st at 6:00 PM in the Fuller Middle School Library.
The Framingham Public Library’s Homework Center Program is kicking off Framingham’s 5th Annual Essay Contest and all middle and high school students who live or go to school in Framingham are invited to submit essays.
Recent media reports indicate the site of the former Marian High School is for lease. As this has caused members of the community to ask questions to the Framingham Public Schools (FPS), we decided to publish this Q and A.
Join Framingham High School to learn, teach, or simply celebrate the diverse, multicultural community that we live in!
Setting the Debt Exclusion Ballot Vote date brings the City and Framingham Public Schools one step closer to replacing the existing Fuller Middle School with a brand-new facility equipped to support Framingham’s 21st century educational curriculum.
With support from Jewish Family Service of Metrowest, Operation Warm will be providing winter coats to every student at Brophy Elementary School
Tonight the City of Framingham’s School Committee voted to approve the school district’s annual request of priority capital projects.
The Community Forum takes place on Monday, October 1, 2018 from 6pm-8pm in the Fuller Middle School Library. There is an optional tour at 5:30 pm. Food and childcare will be provided at the school during this meeting, as well as translation services in Spanish and Portuguese.