Monday, May 20, 2013
Thanks to photographer Kevin Cummings of Cummings Photography for the photos in this slideshow.
Hemenway Elementary School held its annual spring fair Sunday. And after the fair, the Hemenway Elementary PTO held its annual golf ball drop fundraiser Sunday. The janitor dropped the balls from the roof of the school, as the Framingham Fire Department was unavailable and out on a call. Thanks to photographer Kevin Cummings of Cummings Photography for the photos in this slideshow. PTO members feel free to add you photos!
Monday, January 28, 2013
Hemenway PTO requests parents and residents to call for an increase in Framingham Teacher Association & School Committee negotiations to reach a successful conclusion.
Monday, January 28
The Hemenway PTO urges all Framingham residents to contact the Framingham School Committee and the Framingham Teacher’s Association for an immediate increase in frequency of mediation sessions regarding Framingham teacher contracts. Currently, the parties are scheduled to meet twice a month, if schedules allow. At this point in the negotiations, with tensions rising, meeting twice a month is unacceptable. We strongly urge both parties to come together on a more frequent basis until a successful resolution is achieved. Parents, property owners, taxpayers, indeed our entire community has a stake in this matter. Call upon the Framingham School Committee and the Framingham Teachers Association now for an increased commitment towards resolving …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Hemenway PTO Presidents: "Our teachers are currently working without a contract and they are asking for your support to see this resolved."
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Our teachers are currently working without a contract and they are asking for your support to see this resolved. The Framingham Teacher’s Association (FTA) has made public information about the teacher's contract requests at: http://framingham.massteacher.org/file/FTA%20Flyer%20for%20Dec%204%20Action.pdf To show your support for Framingham teachers you can do so in person or via e-mail. In Person: Hemenway teachers have asked that you show your support for Framingham teachers by gathering prior to the start of the School Committee Meeting, tonight, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at the King Building, 454 Water St. Via E-mail: All e-mail correspondence to School Committee Members must be sent to: email@example.com Please cc: nancy.a.…
Friday, May 25, 2012
Hemenway Elementary School's PTO held a golf ball drop, with help from the Framingham Fire Department, as a fundraiser at its spring fair on Sunday.
Dozens and dozens of brightly colored golf balls fell from the sky Sunday at Hemenway Elementary School, as part of the PTO's golf ball drop fundraiser. The event, ended the PTO's successful spring fair. With the help of the Framingham Fire Department, golf balls were dropped. Each had a number on it. Individuals had paid $10 to "own" each golf ball. The ball closest to a flag placed under the bucket on the fire truck won $700. Prizes were also awarded for the ball farthest from the flag, and second closest to the flag. Watch the video of the drop.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Hemenway teachers read and acted out a story and Framingham High students, including former Hemenway alumni, wrote, directed and performed an original skit for the packed cafeteria.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” - Dr. Seuss Last week, Hemenway Elementary held its annual Dr. Seuss night. The event kicked off with a group of Hemenway teachers reading and acting out Seuss' Gerald McBoing Boing, to the laughs and giggles of a packed cafeteria. Afterwards, a group of high school students, including a couple of Hemenway Elementary alumni performed a skit written and directed by Framingham High student and Dunning Elementary alumni Lindsay Ortmeyer. Allison Raynor had the role of the Cat in the Hat. The other students in the performance were Conor Dennin, Mackenzie Shay, Eleanor Doran, Katie Grindeland, Zach Pierce, Katie Grindeland and Helen …
Monday, October 24, 2011
Hemenway Elementary PTO sponsor its first ever Halloween Spooktacular, including a haunted courtyard. The event was a fundraiser for the fourth grade class.
Hemenway Elementary PTO sponsor its first ever Halloween Spooktacular, including a haunted courtyard, on Friday night, Oct. 21. The successful event was a fundraiser for the fourth grade class.