Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Finalists for the principal position at Fuller Middle School are now down to just one candidate as the other finalist has accepted a position in Newton.
Parents are invited tonight (April 24) to meet the lone finalist for the Fuller Middle School Principal position at 7 in the school's library. The lone finalist to replace former Fuller Middle Principal Juan Rodriguez, is Sharon Seyller. Seyller is in her third year as an Assistant Principal at the Fowler Middle School in Maynard. She also served three years as a Vice Principal/Interim Principal at Scituate Middle School. Seyller has more than 15 years of guidance counselor experience in New Hampshire and Massachusetts public schools. She spent the day in Framingham Tuesday, said Human Resources Director Paula Ceglowski. It is unknown if Dr. Scott will name Seyller as the new principal, or if he will decide to hold a second principal …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Framingham Public Schools have started a search to hire an elementary and a middle school principal by the end of April.
Wilson Elementary School Principal Robin Welch will retire at the end of the school year. Earlier in the school year, Fuller Middle School principal Juan Rodriguez announced he would retire at the end of the school year, too. Framingham Public Schools is in the process of searching for a new principal for both schools. Superintendent of Schools Stacy Scott said he hopes to name replacements by the April break. In 1999, Welch was named principal of Woodrow Wilson Elementary School. In 2005, Welch was named the Thomas C. Passios Outstanding Principal of the Year. Welch started his education career as a classroom teacher in Brookline in 1977. In 1987, he became Vice Principal of the John D. Runkle Elementary School in Brookline. He served as …
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Fuller Middle School's principal will retire in June; but starting in January he will work on projects in the central office, said Superintendent of Schools Stacy Scott.
Fuller Middle School Principal Juan Rodriguez, who was named the 2005 Massachusetts Middle Level Principal of the Year, will retire at the end of the school year, said Framingham superintendent of Schools Stacy Scott. Scott told Framingham Patch Tuesday night Rodriguez informed his staff Tuesday and will announce to the PTO leadership and parents today, Dec. 5. Rodriguez will move into a central office administration position in January, said Scott. Specifically, he work on the a "Statement of Interest" for the Fuller-Farley project. The Framingham Public Schools plan to submit a statement of interest to the state to begin the process to apply for a state grant to make repairs to the current Fuller Middle School and the former Farley …
Monday, November 26, 2012
The PTO had held a pie fundraiser recently and the student who sold the most pies had the opportunity to throw a pie in the principal's face.
Before students and staff left for the long Thanksgiving break, Fuller Middle School Principal Juan Rodriguez and Vice Principal James Bergeron found themselves in a messy situation at the school-wide assembly. The PTO had held a pie fundraiser recently. The student who sold the most pies - Amanda Gaudette - had the opportunity to throw a pie in the principal's face. You can watch the toss in the attached Framingham Patch video. The top sellers for the 6th, 7th and 8th grades each could throw a pie at Vice Principal Bergeron. The entire school witnessed the messy fun during the school's annual Turkey Trot assembly.
Sunday, December 11, 2011
But the middle school planning issue is more than just a financial one; there is rising enrollments to factor into the equation along with what Mass Bay Community College wants to do with its Framingham campus.
School leadership would like to close Fuller Middle and move into the former Farley Middle School, but much of the Framingham Public School's long-range plan lies on what Massachusetts Bay Community College's long-term plans for its Framingham campus. Saturday morning, school leaders, Town Meeting members, Finance Committee members and various members of other town committees toured the two schools, located next door to each other on Flagg Drive, across the street from McCarthy Elementary School. Framingham Public Schools Business Manager Ed Gotgart in his presentation said Mass Bay Community College's 10-year lease ends in August 2013, but the new president of the college has indicated he would like to extend the lease to 2014, and maybe …