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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public School district is closing its 4th classroom this week until after the holiday break, due to a surge in COVID cases.

The Principal at Fuller Middle school announced a closure at that Flagg Drive school.

It is unknown how that classroom closure would work, as students at the middle school rotate classrooms like high school students.

SOURCE emailed the public school district for an explanation, but none was received as of this publication.

Earlier today, two classrooms at Stapleton Elementary ere announced that they would close for 7 days and would not re-open until after the holiday break in January.

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“This message is to inform you of a class closure at Fuller Middle School. We will be closing one Fuller classroom for 7 days to prevent the spread of illness. Families impacted by this closure received a separate, dedicated communication. If you have not received a classroom specific email or call, this classroom closure does not apply to you,” wrote principal Kerry Wood to families today, December 21.

There were 2 cases of COVID reported at Fuller Middle on Monday, and one case reported today.

There were 19 cases reported at Framingham High on Monday, and another 19 cases reported today, Dec. 21 and yet no classrooms have been closed at Framingham High.

SOURCE requested a list of all classroom closures in the district this school year by date today.

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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.