The following is a press release submitted to SOURCE media.
FRAMINGHAM – This summer, the Framingham community will be saying goodbye to a very special building at 31 Flagg Drive which for 63 years has housed the current Fuller Middle School (1993-2021) the former Framingham South High School (1963-1991) and prior to that Framingham High School (1958-1962).
Tens of thousands of teenagers, hundreds of educators, staff and administrators have walked through its storied hallways, sharing and imparting knowledge to their students in its classrooms, while making everlasting relationships amongst themselves and countless of revered teachers and administrators.
Our school created a safe and nurturing learning environment where we discovered ourselves and our future vocations.
For over six decades students have fabulously showcased their artistic or musical talents in the auditorium or the band room. Others displayed their athletic prowess on the gymnasium floor or outdoors, either in the fields out back of the school or at Bowditch. No matter where or how many, in front of a dozen or hundreds on Thanksgiving morning, regardless if you were a Flyer or a Falcon the spirit of our school community closely reflects the tight knit bonds of the Southside communities from where we came like Musterfield, Temple St & Salem End Road, Lokerville, Second St/Beaver Park, Coburnville (Little Italy). These are the enduring ties that binds us all regardless of race, nationality or religion. This legacy we all carry and the beacon of knowledge we all remember fondly will continue on with the new Fuller Middle School and its future Falcons.
Please stay tuned for more information and announcements on events and celebrations as well as different ways you can participate in a COVID era safe and fun manner. Let’s come together to remember our shared past while supporting and celebrating our future.
For immediate questions, please send an email to FullerDecomm@gmail.com