FRAMINGHAM – The Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay unveiled the draft 2021-2022 school calendar in anticipation of the School Committee meeting on Wednesday, January 20.
The school calendar will not be formally voted on by the School Committee until February 2021.
Most students have not been physically in schools since March 2020.
The proposed first day of school for students in grades 1-12 is Wednesday, September 1. There will be a grade 9 orientation for Framingham High students on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. The first day of school for kindergarten students would be Thursday, September 2.
Labor Day is Monday, September 6 and Roshanah is Tuesday, September 8, so no school until September 8 the following week.
The Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur is Thursday, September 16 and there is no school.
The first full week of classes will be the week of September 20, and on September 23 is the first no homework day of the district.
The 180th school day, is proposed as Monday, June 20th.
The Class of 2022 graduation is proposed for Sunday, June 5th.
With Christmas and New Year’s Day falling on Saturdays, there would be a long holiday break – no school from Friday, December 24 until Monday, January 3.
There is a professional development day on August 30, one on Friday, October 8, and another one on election day, November 2. Students have no school on the professional development days, but staff report to work.
The prosed calendar, as presented to the elected School Committee, is below.