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FRAMINGHAM – There have been more than COVID cases at Framingham Public Schools since the school year began.

Today, there were another 15 positive cases at Framingham High School, which now has 119 cases for the school year.

More than 55% of those cases had been diagnosed since the Thanksgiving break.

Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Inna London said Framingham High School is 61% vaccinated, with 78% of the staff but just 66% of the student vaccinated.

London said overall 86% of the Framingham Public school staff is vaccinated up from 82% as of November 17.

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But only 27% of students are vaccinated, said London. Only in the past month have students under age 12 become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.

Middle Schools data:

  • 78% of Cameron Middle staff, but just 49% of students are vaccinated.
  • 91% of Fuller Middle staff, but only 37% of students are vaccinated
  • 94% of Walsh Middle staff but just 55% of students are vaccinated.

No students are vaccinated at BLOCKS preschool as they are not eligible for the vaccine. The federal government has only approved the vaccine for age 5 and older, but 91% of staff at BLOCKS is vaccinated.

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At the elementary level, several of the schools still have 0% vaccination rate.

  • Barbieri – 84 staff vaccinated and 11% students
  • Brophy – 89% staff and 15% students
  • Dunning – 88% percent staff and 20% students
  • Harmony Grove 93% staff and 3% students
  • Hemenway – 97% staff and 23% of students
  • King – 80% staff and 24% of students
  • McCarthy – 84% of staff and 12% of students
  • Potter Road – 92% staff and 16% students
  • Stapleton – 88% staff and 15% students

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By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.