FRAMINGHAM – Today, Framingham Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay and newly-elected School Committee Chair Adam Freudberg met at the Sofa Cafe, in downtown Framingham across from City Hall.
The two said they discussed a variety of key issues facing the district including the necessary infrastructure improvements at Fuller Middle School, special education, the upcoming budget process, and “ways to strategically pursue and enact tangible partnerships with regional industry, academia, and non-profits to deliver cost effective results for students, educators, and the community.”
“We had a productive meeting today,which energized us both and set a positive tone on the work ahead,” said Tremblay and Freudberg in a joint statement.
“Our new School Committee is comprised of a diverse group of individuals, who offer the new City of Framingham so much. Together, we both have high hopes for the path ahead,” said the duo. “We are looking forward to working with parents, educators, students, Mayor (Yvonne) Spicer, the City Council, and truly all voices who wish to participate in the journey to move our public school system forward.”
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