Framingham Public Schools No Longer Requiring Masks For Certain Activities
Beginning Wednesday, May 26th, Framingham Public Schools will not be requiring masks or face coverings to be worn during recess, lunch, mask breaks, outdoor classes like physical education and music, and most other outdoor activities. In his statement to the Framingham public, superintendent Bob Tremblay writes that “It is important to note that face coverings/masks are one of the single most important tools used to contain the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to require all students and staff to wear masks that adequately cover their nose and mouth while indoors. Families who prefer their students continue to wear masks outside are encouraged to have their children continue this practice while at school.” He also notes that “As the weather gets warmer and as our City’s daily rate of COVID-19 cases continues to drop, I hope this news comes as a relief to everyone. In the several weeks of school that remain we must continue to practice all of the risk mitigation measures that we become expert with over the last year. I will continue to provide additional guidance as it becomes available". Remember, we are always here for the Framingham community and surrounding communities in times of uncertainty like these. We are proud to offer our Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned service especially to help you keep your commercial spaces safe. Contact us today for details, at (508) 370-4400.