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Government, Police & Fire, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Cushing Park public hearing tonight, Framingham Public Schools 2013-2014 calendar, former Watertown Police Office arrested by DEA agents and more featured in town's column.
Students, who participate in free or reduced lunch, trending upward, according to a consultant; presently four of every 10 students qualify for free or reduced lunch in Framingham Public Schools.
Oscar Corona, an 8th grade student at Walsh Middle School won the Reach for the Stars National Rocket Competition. He was awarded a first place trophy and will launch his rocket at Space Camp at the US Space & Rocket Center in Alabama.
Framingham spends $34.4 million on SPED programs and support in the current school year.
Five years out, if everything remains the same, SPED spending is projected at $43 million and in 2023 increases to $55 million.
Tickets on sale today for Framingham High's latest drama production.
Superintendent of Schools Stacy Scott told Framingham Patch the district is having a conversation with the state to upgrade the high school's classification.
Also Framingham Assistant Superintendent John Brackett presented a professional development vision statement to the School Committee Wednesday night.
Parents and a high school student advocate for reinstating elementary school music programs.
A 1.5% increase in the town's budget would increase the average homeowner's bill by about $86, according to Framingham's Chief Financial Officer.
Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
The first in a series of Board of Health hearings on General Chemical got underway last night with Framingham's Director of Health reporting that there could be safety and health threatening issues at the site, which is adjacent to Woodrow Wilson School.
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