Framingham Class of 2031 has 777 Students.

FRAMINGHAM – There are 777 kindergarten students registered in the Framingham Public Schools, as of the first day of class, August 29.

The district is required to submit enrollment numbers to the state on October 1.

Last year’s kindergarten class was 720 students on October 1.┬áThe year before, there were 693 students.

On August 15, there were 9,063 students registered, an increase of 182 students to the public school district, said Superintendent Bob Tremblay.

On October 1 last year, the district reported to the state it had 8,739 students.

According to the numbers provided to the state, every class K-5 in Framingham was over 700 students, as of October 1.

  • K – 720
  • 1 – 706
  • 2 – 762
  • 3 – 761
  • 4 – 784
  • 5 – 758

Framingham High School had 2,246 students registered as of August 15, said Tremblay.

There were 2,177 students at Framingham High, according to the state in 2017-2018.

These 777 kindergarteners will be the Class of 2031.

The class of 2019 – expected to graduate in June – were 557 students last year.

The proposed $98.3 million new Fuller Middle School, which voters will be asked to approve in December, will hold about 600 students in grades 6-7-8.

There is a forum tonight on the school project from 6 to 8 p.m., with an optional tour at 5:30 p.m.

 

 

 

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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