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Framingham Public Schools Department of Community Resource Development Follows a Successful Trial with the Official Launch of "Flyers by Night"

  FPS Seal LogoFramingham Public Schools
Robert A. Tremblay, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools

Community Resource Development
Tiffany Lillie, Director
73 Mount Wayte Avenue, Suite #5

Framingham, Massachusetts 01702
Telephone: 508-782-6889

Framingham Public Schools Department of Community Resource Development Follows a Successful Trial with the Official Launch of 'Flyers by Night'

May 1, 2019 (Framingham, MA): Framingham Public School’s Department of Community Resource Development (CRD) is proud to launch the first official session of Flyers by Night, a continuing education program. The Spring Session kicks off on May 7th.

Supporting Dr. Robert Tremblay’s 2017-2020 Strategic Plan, CRD is working to increase educational opportunities for adults and residents of Framingham. Conveniently located at Framingham High School, 115 A Street, Flyers by Night will provide affordable evening classes in: Arts; Cooking; Fitness; Financial Literacy; Language; Recreation; and Wellness.

Based on comments on the Framingham Public Schools Facebook Page and anecdotal conversation, class attendees enjoyed the experience saying:

“I had an awesome time in Guitar 101. Really looking forward to the next several weeks of classes.”

“Great experience in Homemade Pasta! We made homemade sauce, gnocchi, egg pasta and mascarpone filling.”

“Loved the (Mind, Body, and Soul Fitness) class and Tayla. Looking forward to other classes she teaches!”

Spring Session classes will run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from May 7th - June 13th and include:

  • Mind, Body and Soul Fitness

  • Intro to Piano

  • Cooking 101

  • Quick Easy Dessert Hacks (free)

  • Kundalini Yoga

  • Badminton

  • Basketball Skills and Drills

  • Public Speaking (free, taught by Dr. Tremblay)

  • Resume Building (date to be added soon!)

  • Bootcamp Fitness

  • What to do with Leftovers (free)

  • Social Media 101 (free)

  • Zumba

  • Pizza 3 Ways

  • Intro to Web Design

Registration is open now for the Spring Session. Visit to explore class offerings and register for one-time events, multi-week sessions, or individual drop-ins to experience a class without the full session commitment. There are several free class options as well.

For anyone looking to expand their skills, jumpstart a career, rediscover Framingham High School, meet new people, or simply plan a ‘Parents Night Out’, this is a great opportunity to do so. For more information, program policies, instructor information, course offerings, FAQs and registration, please visit

There is a Community Input Forum on Thursday evening, May 2nd, in the Framingham High School Library from 5:00pm - 6:30pm to help shape the program. The vision for Flyers by Night is to have a program created for the community by the community that provides affordable fun educational programming - the voice of Framingham families and residents is integral. Refreshments will be provided. Anyone interested in attending can email to RSVP.

Flyers by Night classes will be taught by Framingham Public Schools staff, local artists, chefs and Community Partners. As the interest and demand grow in the community, the offerings will expand. Anyone who is interested in teaching a course can submit proposals to the Flyers by Night program.

About Flyers by Night
Flyers by Night (FBN) is a program of Framingham Public Schools. Its mission is to increase access to affordable educational opportunities for families and residents of Framingham. Located within Framingham High School, FBN offers continuing education course in: Art, Health and Wellness, Culinary, Finance, and Trades.

About the Department of Community Resource Development
The Department of Community Resource Development (CRD) serves as a facilitator for the Framingham Public Schools in providing multifaceted, comprehensive, and holistic learning opportunities to all students through programming that addresses social and emotional development and provides academic supports that complement the school day.

About Framingham Public Schools
The mission of the Framingham Public Schools is to educate each student to learn and live productively as a critically-thinking, responsible citizen in a multicultural, democratic society by providing academically challenging instructional programs taught by highly-qualified staff and supported by comprehensive services in partnership with our entire community. For news, updates, and announcements, follow Framingham Public Schools (@FraminghamPS) on FacebookTwitter, and (@framinghamschools) on Instagram. You can also join the conversation using #FraminghamSchools.

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