FRAMINGHAM, MA – The Framingham School Building Committee will be hosting a community forum on Monday, April 2 at 6:00 PM in the Fuller Middle School Library. Prior to the selection of one preferred option by the School Building Committee, community members are welcome to share their thoughts on the four design options and overlying educational vision for the revitalization of Fuller Middle School. Translators will be in attendance of this open forum so that a larger allocation of the community can join in the discussion.
“It is my sincere hope that next Monday – April 2nd – you will join me in a community dialogue about our City’s need for a new middle school. Envisioned as an educational and community learning hub for the south side of Framingham, we are excited to share our vision with you and talk about the need for a facility that best meets the needs of our community and our students as we transcend learning through a comprehensive science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) school. I look forward to continuing that community conversation! “, said Dr. Robert Tremblay, Superintendent of Framingham Public Schools.
The focal point of this forum is to create transparency with the community in understanding the four design alternatives, the evaluation process, and the role of the MSBA (Massachusetts School Building Authority), and future steps in their process. Food and child-care will be provided at the school during this meeting.
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If you cannot attend the Community Forum, submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 30, 2018. The Committee will broadcast the community forum and respond to your requests on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/CityofFramingham.