FRAMINGHAM – Monday was the first day of school for many students in Framingham.
April 5 was the first day of full-time in-person learning for all elementary school students in the district. Families still had the option of staying remote, but only about 15% of elementary families opted to keep their students remote.
Yesterday, Woodrow Wilson Elementary Principal Darlene Pugnali, along with the school’s mascot and staff, made the morning a celebratory one with music.
Superintendent Bob Tremblay, Assistant Superintendent Amy Bright, Fire Chief Michael Dutcher, and School Resource Officer Kathy McGrath were all there to greet students.
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