Framingham Superintendent Helps Bring The Music To 250 Students

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FRAMINGHAM – Wednesday, April 1, Superintendent of Framingham Public schools Bob Tremblay helped return musical instruments to families.

Hundreds of students at Framingham High, Walsh Middle, Cameron Middle, and Fuller Middle schools had left their instruments at their schools, not knowing they would not be back in school until at least May 4.

With remote learning starting April 6, families were invited to drive to the schools to collect their child’s instruments on April 1.

Families stayed in their vehicles, popped their trunks, and Tremblay, Fine & Theatrical Arts Director Donna Wresinski, Finance & Operations Director Lincoln Lynch IV, and Security Director Scott Penrod distributed 250 instruments.

After all the deliveries, Tremblay had with staff, and then a School Committee meeting that night.


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