4/5/2020: Parents/Guardians and students now have access to a Google Site (Remote Learning Site) where we will be posting weekly calendars that contain specific resources and assignments that are tailored to a student’s grade level and program, based on material already taught this year.
4/3/2020: Next week is a big milestone for Framingham as we will be rolling out weekly calendars and grade or department level remote learning plans. In anticipation of that, I am sharing with you this universal set of expectations.
4/1/2020: Read this for information regarding Comcast's Internet Essential Program for any families in need of internet access.
3/30/2020: With guidance from the DESE and in close collaboration with the Framingham Teachers’ Association, we are pleased to present to you the District’s remote learning plan, expected to begin Monday April 6
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
Kindergarten Information Night will take place at Fuller Middle School on January 13, 2020.
Financial and contractual penalties are on the table if January performance does not improve; the Durham employee driver shortage continues to be chronic, negatively impacting student achievement, health and well-being.
Ms. Mariano joins Framingham Public Schools on January 20th.
Students and families will be attending the first Academic Night, supported by Jewish Family Service of Metrowest and Daniel’s Table.
In the 2018-2019 school year, 310 Framingham students received Language of Opportunity Coalition (LOC) certificates and State SEAL recognition. Learn more about the awards and the ways our students can pursue them
Free screenings will be offered on Thursday, Jan. 9th for 3 and 4 year old children who may have speech, language, physical, motor, social-emotional, or cognitive learning problems.
Students who wish to receive their personal student files should request their file by calling the Special Education Department at (508) 626-9123 between 9am and 3pm Monday through Friday no later than December 13, 2019.
Framingham Public Schools has partnered with Autism Alliance a program of Advocates and the Explorers Program to enhance this special experience for families.