Framingham Public Schools
Robert A. Tremblay, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools
73 Mount Wayte Avenue, Suite #5
Framingham, Massachusetts 01702
Telephone: 508-626-9117 Fax: 508-877-4240
Framingham High School to Dedicate the Athletic Complex to Alumni and Former Leader, James E. Carey
Framingham, MA – June 8, 2018: On Tuesday June 12th, Framingham High School will formally dedicate the Athletic Complex in memory of Alumni and respected leader in the District, James E. Carey. As a student James was a standout, multi-sport athlete. He became a teacher, a Football coach, and the first Director of Health and Physical Education at Framingham High School. Mr. Carey, or Jim as many called him, was a well-known advocate for the students in Framingham and a great leader in the Framingham Public School community.
The Athletic Complex was previously named after James E. Carey, but this rededication will finalize the tribute when his name is added to the outside wall of the Athletic Complex. The public and Jim’s former colleagues are encouraged to attend the unveiling of his name.
Date / Time: Tuesday, June 12th at 4pm
Location: Athletic Complex (The Gymnasium Building at Framingham High School)
Agenda / Remarks: A short speaking program will feature remarks from Ricky Finlay, Don Newton, Bonnie Carey, and Bill Carey. Light refreshments to follow the dedication.
About Framingham Public Schools
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