148 new cases of COVID reported in Framingham public schools Monday; 428 cases since January 1 – Framingham SOURCE
FRAMINGHAM – Public schools in Framingham reported a record 148 new cases of COVID in the district today, January 10.
Seven schools had double-digit cases.
The 148 new cases are the most reported in a single day in the school district since the pandemic began in 2020.
As of Thursday, Jan.6, the district reported 141 cases, the total one-day high so far.
It is not known whether these are all students, staff, or a combination of the two. The district does not separate this number in its dashboard.
The Framingham Public School District returned to class on Monday, January 3, after winter break.
There have been 428 cases in the school district since January 1, 2022.
This means that 42% of all cases in this school year date back to January 1, 2022.
The district has around 10,000 students.
The district surpassed 1,000 cases during the school year today.
Since the start of the school year, there have now been 1,018 cases of COVID in the school district, including 837 since Thanksgiving. That means 82.22% of cases date back to Thanksgiving.
Framingham High School has the highest number of cases this school year with 292. The school has around 2,400 students plus staff. This means that 29% of all cases have occurred at Framingham High.
Today, 32 cases have been reported at Framingham High.
There have been 21 cases in Harmony Grove and 20 cases in Brophy Elementary.
There have been 15 cases in Fuller Middle and 13 cases in Walsh Middle.
There have been 12 cases in Potter Road and 10 cases in Dunning Elementary
There were 6 cases in McCarthy, 5 in Stapleton and 4 in Hemenway.
There were 4 cases in BLOCKS Kindergarten and 3 in Cameron Middle.
Thwere two cases reported to King Elementary and 1 case reported to the Farley administration.
Framingham Superintendent Bob Tremblay announced a day of snow on Friday.
As previously mentioned, Framingham High has the most cases in the district this school year with 292.
Harmony Grove is second with 83 cases.
Potter Road is third with 71 cases.
The Farley Administration Building has reported a total of 21 cases this 2021-2022 school year
Last Wednesday, it was decided to suspend all indoor group activities for two weeks to limit the spread of COVID in the City.
The move meant that sports, drama, clubs and after-school supports were suspended.
Sports, clubs and the theater are still on hold, along with all other group activities inside the town of Framingham.
The high school musical has been moved from performances this weekend to February 2022.
Loring Arena is closed for group activities and the Framingham Public Library has moved all programming online and remotely, until January 21.
the decision was due to a spike in COVID cases. cases increased by more than 190% in the week before more than 1,300 positive cases. The city said it had more than 1,700 active cases of the coronavirus.