Framingham Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Hiersche oversees the Framingham Public Schools, with more than 8,150…More students in 13 schools.
His office was in the Joseph Maynard Building, until mold was discovered in the building. The Maynard Building is undergoing renovations, so his office is temporarily located in the Fuller Middle School. The Central Office door is located on the left side of the building.
Framingham Public Schools is a Title 1 District, which accepts METCO students but does not accept inter-district choice students. Framingham Public Schools currently offers a choice program for elementary schools. The elementary schools feed into three middle schools and then into Framingham High School.
The schools system has a large Hispanic and Brazilian population, and offers both English as a Second Language and English Language Learners Programs. More than 20 percent of Framingham public school students receive special education services.
Framingham Public Schools Special Education Office provides services to children ages 3 to 22.
The Office…More ensures that all children are provided a complete education, under state and federal guidelines. The office oversees evaluations, referrals and in and out of district placements.
Framingham Public School has co-taught full inclusion classrooms and substantially separate classrooms available for Pervasive Developmental Disorder/Autism,, Learning and Language Disabilities, Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities, Developmental Disabilities & Intellectual Impairments and a Multi-Handicapped program. Programs are not available in all schools.
The Framingham Public Schools Special Education Office is located in the former Juniper Hill Elementary School currently. The office was located at the Joseph Maynard Building, until mold was discovered. The Maynard Building is undergoing renovations.
The Director of the Special Education Office is Betsy McKeon.
The Framingham Public Schools Buildings and Grounds Department is responsible for the operation and maintenance of…More the schools. The school also oversees school rentals.
The office was housed in the Joseph Maynard Building but due to the discovery of mold inside the building, the office has been temporary moved to Fuller Middle School, while renovations are completed. The Central Office Administration door is located on the left-hand side of the Fuller building.
Organizations and community groups may rent school facilities by contacting the Buildings and Grounds office. The office can provide facility availability and explain the fees, including a nonprofit fee. An application is required to rent.
This department is managed by director Matthew Torti.