Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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 Public Schools Director of Buildings and Grounds Matt Torti gave the Framingham School Committee and update on projects completed over the summer. Torti said his department spent more than $3 million on projects including repaving sections of driveways and installing new windows and doors at Stapleton Elementary. The only major project not completed before school opened was the replacement of the concrete piers that support the roof over the front area of Cameron Middle School. The work is continuing. In other business at Monday night's School Committee meeting:
Thursday, July 5, 2012
A Cameron Middle School student was crowned Miss Jr. Framingham, with a Walsh Middle School student named first runner-up.
Sabrina Bondar, 12, (right) was crowned the first Miss Jr. Framingham on Tuesday night. She will be an 8th grade student at Cameron Middle School in the fall. She is pictured with Abby Roll, 11, (left) who was first runner-up in the inaugural pageant. Roll will be a 6th grade student at Walsh Middle School in the fall. Ironically, the two girls are cousins.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
The 2nd Annual Cameron Middle School Family Fun Day is Saturday, June 9 from noon to 3 p.m.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Families are invited to attend the 2nd Annual Cameron Middle School Family Fun Day Saturday, June 9 from noon to 3 p.m. Cameron school staff and Cameron PTO are sponsoring the event to riase money for school field trips and to purchase curriculum materials. Activities include bouncy house, face painting, a cookie walk, music and of course a dunk tank. Perhaps, you can dunk your favorite teacher? Admission is $5 for children and students and $2 for adults.
Monday, April 30, 2012
All three Framingham middle school theatre programs earned a Gold medal at the Massachusetts Education Theatre Guild's Middle School Drama Festival this weekend.
It was a hat trick for the Framingham public middle school drama programs this weekend at the Massachusetts Middle School Drama Festival. More than 30 schools competed in five communities over the weekend. All three Framingham middle schools were awarded a gold medal. Fuller Middle School, performed The Phne 2.0: The Next Generation Sunday at Dedham High and earned a Gold medal. Cameron Middle School performed The Adventures of Rocky and Skye at Lynnfield High on Saturday and earned a Gold medal. Walsh Middle School performed A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Saturday at Westford Academy and earned a Gold medal. In all 15 schools earned gold. Congrats to all three theatre programs. If anyone has photos from the performance, please mail me at …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Thanks to a grant by the Framingham Education Foundation sixth, seventh and eighth grade students participated in a Bananagrams contest.
Split! Peel! Bananas! Students raced to spell words with 144 letter tiles. No, they weren't playing Scrabble. Get with the times. They were competing in the first-ever Bananagrams Tournament at Cameron Middle School. Competing against each other until there were just two players left, students spelled words in crossword style to be name the sixth, seventh and eighth grade champions. Thanks to a grant by the Framingham Education Foundation grant, every student in the school had the opportunity to play. The Bananagrams company generously agreed to sell its popular game at whole sale prices so the middle school could purchase 60 games with the grant money, explained organizer Cristina Medeiros. The winners were: The Bananagrams company …
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Kailee Novak, a student at Cameron Middle School, finished third in the all-around competition.
Framingham's Kailee Novak, 13, captured first place in the floor exercises at the 2012 Prep Op State Championships, with a score of 9.8, the highest score for any gymnast. Novak, a student at Cameron Middle School, finished third in the all-around competition. A gymnast at Elite Gymnastics in Ashland, Novak's teammate Alyssa McNeil of Shrewsbury, finished second in the all-around. Elite Gymnastics places second in the team competition in the Prep-Op Superior State Championships.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Friday, author Yoko Kawishima Watkins, from Cape Cod, spent the day at Cameron Middle School. All seventh grade students read her book So Far from the Bamboo Grove
Our daily column, 5 Things You Need to Know Today, will help you to get your day started and offer you some fodder for water cooler conversation. 1. Looking for something good to read this long weekend? Today is the Friends of the Framingham Library Monthly Book Sale at the main Framingham Library. Starts at 10 a.m. for non-Friends members. 2. Language, Theater and National Identity: Brian Friel's "Translations" will be presented at the McCarthy College Center in room 415 n the campus of Framingham State University at 10 a.m. Dr. Kelly Matthews, assistant professor of English, Framingham State will present the free program sponsored by the University, Framingham Public Library and the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education at …
Friday, October 28, 2011
Cameron Middle School is holding a free Halloween Haven for kindergarten through grade 5 students and their families on Saturday, Oct,. 29 from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Friday, October 28, 2011
Cameron Middle students students, teacher and parents have created a safe place for children in grades k-5 to celebrate Halloween. Cameron's Halloween Haven is Saturday, Oct 29 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Admission is free. The event features games, crafts, face painting, etc.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
For the first time, the Framingham High marching band invited middle school students at Fuller, Cameron and Walsh to join them to play in the stands during Thursday night's football game.
The Framingham High marching band invited middle school band members from Fuller, Cameron and Walsh to join them to play in the stands during Thursday night's football game. The high school's band director said this is the first time the middle school students have been invited to perform with the high school band at a football game.
Friday, October 7, 2011
Cameron Middle School sixth grade students ran a minimum of 5 laps each, or one mile, as part of a campaign to get healthy and stay fit. The event, created by the physical eduation department, was a huge success. Principal Judith Kelly cheered on the stud
Cameron Middle School sixth grade students ran a minimum of 5 laps each, or one mile, as part of a campaign to get healthy and stay fit. The event, created by the physical eduation department, was a huge success. Principal Judith Kelly cheered on the students yesterday during the 30-minute event.