Framingham Schools Assistant Director Department of Health & Wellness Resigns

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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public Schools Assistant Director Department of Health & Wellness resigned this month.

Stacey Cugini’s last day with the district was October 15, confirmed Framingham Assistant Superintendent of Schools Inna London.

Cugini has been the assistant director since September 2016.

No interim assistant director has been named yet, said London.

Judith Styer is the Director of Health & Wellness in the district.

The position has not been advertised yet but the salary is about $110,000 annually.

Assistant Superintendent London said the departure should not impact any of the COVID testing programs and protocols in the public school district of about 9,000 students.

“We have made staffing shifts and testing is proceeding as usual,” said London.

This is the fourth high-profile person to depart the Tremblay administration in 2021.

Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education Anne Ludes left at the end of the 2020-21 school year.

Assistant Superintendent for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Joseph Corazzini is leaving this month.

The Principal at Harmony Grove is leaving at the end of this month, as well.

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