5 Things You Need To Know Today in Framingham: Monday, April 5, 2021

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1 Framingham Public School students in grades K-5 return to in-person 5-days-a-week classroom education today. About 85% of the students are expected to return according to survey results.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts designated the City of Framingham on April 1 as a high-risk community or red community for the spread of the coronavirus.

 Framingham Public School district is in the top 5 in the state for COVID positive cases among students and staff.

2. Congresswoman Katherine Clark will hold a Facebook Live at 11 a.m. to discuss immigration issues. District 7 City Councilor Margareth Shepard is one of the panelists.

3. The Framingham Public Libraries open today for the first time since March 17,2020, for limited in-person browsing today.

The Framingham Public Library will continue its changing climate series today with “Framingham is Preparing for Climate Change.” The Zoom event is from 7 to 8 p.m. Pre-registration is required by 9 a.m. today. Presenters include Framingham Sustainability Coordinator Shawn Luz and Aimee Powelka of Energize Framingham

4. Starting the week of April 5, the Framingham Department of Public Works will begin its city-wide street sweeping program.

5. New commuter rail schedule starts today.

BONUS: According to the Mayor’s public schedule, Mayor Yvonne Spicer has no public events.

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