FRAMINGHAM, MA – Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer, Superintendent Bob Tremblay, and representatives from the City Council and School Committee will meet to discuss the future location of the Framingham Public School Department’s administrative staff when the Department’s lease expires at the Perini building in January 2020.
“The lease at the Perini building is set to expire in less than a year,” said Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer. “This is an opportunity to collaborate with the School Department, City Council and School Committee to explore a fiscally responsible solution for the Department and the City, and I look forward to it.”
Currently, the Framingham Public School Department occupies 22,000 square feet of the Perini building located at 73 Mt Wayte Ave., and the City pays $350,000 a year to lease the space.
Former Superintendent of Schools Stacy Scott and the 7-member Town of Framingham School Committee made the choice to lease space at Perini after the King building was re-opened as the district’s 9th elementary school.
In 2019-2020, fifth grade will be added to King Elementary School making it a complete K-5 elementary school