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FRAMINGHAM – My name is Jennifer Moshe. I go by Jenn. I have been a Framingham resident since 2006, I reside in district 3 and I want to be your district 3 school committee member.
I am a wife, a mother, and a business owner. My husband and I have three daughters. One is a 2021 graduate of Framingham High School; one is a sophomore at Framingham High School and our youngest is a 5th grader at Brophy Elementary School. We are excited that our 5th grader will be attending the brand-new Fuller Middle in September.
I support public education and come from a family of public-school educators. We have great teachers, staff and administration personnel who work hard every day so our children can learn. Teachers and staff play a much larger roll then just educator. They are at times confidants, communicators, and
mandated reporters. Teachers are significantly important in our children’s everyday lives. They deserve fair support for what they do.
The schools are moving in the right direction under the leadership of Superintendent Tremblay. I am encouraged by the leadership and direction we are going.
If I am elected as the district 3 school committee representative, my goals would include helping the district accomplish the following:
1) Post pandemic the district needs to get back to a 100% in person rate and pick up with the progress that was happening pre-pandemic.
2) Our district needs another south side school. Having a south side school eliminates longer bus rides for children, and class sizes that are more manageable in all our schools.
3) Communication has been better with the reverse calls and emails; however, the communication is still lacking. I hear many parents complain they have not received notices or calls. We need to have consistent, complete outreach and make sure we have the best contact information for all
school communication, not just emergencies and correct languages for all families.
I am not a political person, and am not enrolled in any specific party. I am just a mother who wants the best education for all of our children.
I have a high moral standard and am always looking to do what’s right. My focus on the school committee would be to make sure all the children of Framingham have what they need for a successful education. Framingham does a great job trying to meet the needs of the 8,500 plus students in the
district, but more can be done and needs to be done. Improvements are never ending when it comes to education.
I am a believer that the foundation for education begins at home. My challenge to the committee would be to find creative ways to help all families find a way to build a foundation for their children at home. I am not thinking of just a desk, a computer, or the Internet, but also more along the lines of how to
provide families with working parents support to help their children succeed outside of a school building. We have great programs like Hoops for Homework, but we need more support like this for our children all over Framingham.
I have always been passionate about the education my children receive, and want to share that passion with my community. I hope you support me as I run to be your district 3 School Committee representative. While I would be elected to serve as the district 3 representative on the 9-member
School Committee, I plan to help represent all the children in our public school district.
Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.