Tremblay: ‘We Will Develop Remote Learning Plans For Framingham Students’

Superintendent Bob Tremblay issues statement to families following Governor Charlie Baker’s announcement that the earliest schools could re-open is May 4, 2020.

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FRAMINGHAM – “As you may have heard, this afternoon Governor Baker signed an order that all Massachusetts schools will remain closed until Monday, May 4,” wrote Framingham Public Schools Superintendent Bob Tremblay tonight, March 25.

“As the Governor and Education Commissioner Riley announced today, the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE) is developing educational programming guidelines to help students remain engaged in learning during this time out of school,” wrote Tremblay. 

“After we review the teaching and learning guidance that the Department will be sharing with districts tomorrow, we will follow these guidelines to develop remote learning plans for Framingham students. Per Commissioner Riley’s announcement this afternoon, our plan will begin in early April,” wrote Tremblay.

“The DESE is expected to communicate directly with families in the coming days about their educational plans for students, particularly for students who do not have technology or internet access at home. We will continue to remain in contact with families and staff throughout this school closure period. I sincerely hope this message finds you and your families in good health,” concluded Tremblay.

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