FRAMINGHAM – Today, June 25, was the official last day of classes for many Framingham public school students.
Superintendent Bob Tremblay, who is completing his first school year, did a live video.
He apologized for all the snow days, that had school ending on June 25.
He reminded everyone it was a big year for Framingham, evolving from a Town to a City.
He also reminded parents and students the School Committee moved form a 7-member group elected community-wide to a 9-member Committee elected by district.
And he discussed his multi-year plan to improve the Framingham Public School district, with its more than 8,000 students, and buily his plan around a zero-based budget.
“We are right-sided the district,” said Tremblay. “Provide an equity of opportunity across the district.”
He said the district was working to improve equity and access across the district.
One way the district has improved access, is that athletic fees will not exists in the 2018-19 school year and beyond.
Watch the video here: