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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public School will be closing a King Elementary School classroom until after the holiday break.

“We will be closing one King classroom for 7 days to prevent the spread of illness. Families impacted by this closure received a separate, dedicated communication,” wrote Principal James Bergeron to families tonight.

There were 19 cases of COVID reported at Framingham High today, and 38 cases reported in the District today, December 20.

Of those 38 cases only two cases were reported at King Elementary today.

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The Principal in his email also reminded parents of ways to reduce the spread of COVID.

Risk Mitigation Efforts

While it is impossible to eliminate all risk of contracting COVID-19, we can take several steps to try and protect ourselves and our community! In short, practicing a combination of efforts is the  best way to lower the risk of transmitting COVID-19 among staff, students and families. 

  • Keep Children Home When Sick
  • Wear Masks Consistently and Correctly
  • Wash Hands Frequently
  • Maintain Physical Distance When Possible
  • Participate in Routine COVID Testing and/or Test and Stay
  • Increase Ventilation and Air Circulation
  • Get Vaccinated
  • Get your Flu Shot 

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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.