Framingham Public Schools: K-11 Students Can Keep Chromebooks Over The Summer

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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public School district announced yesterday, June 17, students in grades K -11 will keep their Chromebooks this summer to help with summer reading and/or summer programs offered by Framingham Public Schools.

BLOCKS students who are participating in the summer programs for special education students may keep their chromebooks.

All other BLOCKS students should return their chromebooks to the school. 

Families who are leaving the Framingham Public Schools (for example, if you’re moving out of the District, or have child(ren) attending Keefe Tech or McAuliffe Charter School), must return their chromebooks to their school.

Please return any hotspots you are no longer using to your school.

Please return any damaged or second chromebooks you received. A number of students were given two chromebooks because of technical difficulties. You need to return one of the chromebooks even if it is not working.  We will be reaching out to you over the summer if it is not returned. 

If your family leaves over the summer, please return your Chromebook to Barbieri Elementary School in the back parking lot near the field (near door 18). A sign and table will be in place after June 22.


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