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FRAMINGHAM – State Rep. Jack Patrick Lewis was invited to tour the new Fuller Middle School under construction and was joined by his staff, interns, District 3 City Councilor Adam Steiner, District 2 School Committee Member Ricky Finlay, and several others last month.
“It was a great honor to see this project coming together after receiving so much support from our community,” said Rep. Lewis. “I can’t wait until students, teachers, and administrators enter these halls this fall.”
“The classroom is where the students spend most of their time, so naturally this is where our tour began. The rooms are spacious, with plenty of whiteboard space and room dividers to allow for ultimate flexibility,” said Rep. Lewis. “The school is designed with a new, modern ventilation system, so even on the hottest days, the students will be able to learn, study, and create comfortably.”
“What I was most impressed with though were the fine and performing arts rooms,” said Rep. Lewis. “I can’t wait to see the artwork our students will create in these new spaces, along with the concerts and plays that will be performed in the school’s new auditorium, soon to be dedicated in memory of the late Rep. Chris Walsh.”