FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High Dean of Students will be leaving in December.
Omawali Stewart, Dean of Students, will be leaving Framingham High School to pursue his real estate career effective December 23, wrote Principal Carolyn Banach tonight, November 16,
Stewart has served as a public educator for the last 18 years.
Stewart began his work at Framingham High as an administrator in the Fall of 2019.
Stewart has served as the Coordinator of the Academic Development Center (ADC) and the Coordinator of the Career Development Program (Work-Study) and most recently as the Dean of Students. Mr. Stewart is also the Founder and Coordinator of the FHS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee.
“Stewart has dedicated his career to advancing educational equity, access, and social justice at both the local and state level. Mr. Stewart did an amazing job orchestrating the FPS Juneteenth Celebration and Flag Raising in our community. We also thank Mr. Stewart for leading collaborations among our student affinity groups, faculty, staff, and administration on educational justice in our community. We thank Mr. Stewart for the depth and breadth of his service to Framingham High School,” wrote the Principal to families tonight.