School Committee Announcements
A School Committee meeting will be held on September 1, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
Welcome to School Committee
The Framingham School Committee is comprised of nine (9) members. Members shall be nominated and elected from each of the nine (9) districts into which the municipality is divided under Article VII, section 3. The mayor shall serve, by virtue of office, as an ex-officio member of the school committee and shall only vote to break a tie vote and shall be ineligible to serve as chair, vice-chair or clerk. The term of office for the nine school committee members elected by the voters shall be for two (2) years, beginning on the first day of January in the year following their election, and shall continue until their successors have been qualified.
Where to Watch Meetings:
School Committee meetings are typically held first and third Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. at:
All meetings are curently being held remotely. Instructions on how to join each meeting are on the agendas.
Broadcast live every other Wednesday at 7PM on The Government Channel:
RCN 13/HD 613
Meetings are also streamed live on the Framingham Public Schools' Facebook page.
Video On Demand of past meetings prior to August 1, 2018 can be viewed on www.framingham.k12.ma.us. Click on the FEC-TV Icon on the top right portion of the FPS home page, and select Video on Demand from the menu bar on the left hand side of the FEC-TV home page.
Video On Demand from meetings from August 1, 2018 on can be viewed on http://www.framinghamtv.com/ as well as the schedule to view rebroadcasts.
Framingham School Committee
Fuller Middle School
31 Flagg Drive Framingham, MA 01702
School Committee Members
Dr. Yvonne Spicer
Mayor, ex officio member
District 1: Beverly Hugo
District 2: Richard Finlay
District 3: Scott Wadland
District 4: Adam Freudberg
District 5: Priscila Sousa
District 6: Geoffrey Epstein
District 7: Tiffanie Maskell
District 8: Jessica Barnhill
District 9: William LaBarge
Email all members: School Committee
The Massachusetts Secretary of State has determined that e-mail is a public record.