FRAMINGHAM – Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka donated $ 250,000 in funds to help set up a health clinic within Framingham public schools.
The public school district, with approximately 10,000 students, plans to open a health clinic at the former Farley School on Flagg Drive as part of its new welcome center.
“This will help students get the health services they need,” the Senate President told SOURCE.
“As we seek to expand the scope of the Framingham Public Schools Welcome Center to better serve our children and their families, the support from Senate President Spilka and our entire legislative delegation has been incredible,” said Framingham Headmaster Bob Tremblay. opposite SOURCE.
“With the earmarking secured by Senate President Spilka, we can proceed with both the spatial planning and the construction of the Farley Building,” said Supt. Tremblay.
“In anticipation of MassBay’s move to its new home in a few years’ time, this funding will bring us closer to realizing our vision of an expanded health suite for enrolling families who do not yet have access to the health system but who need immediate vaccinations.” for their children’s school entry, expanding preschool opportunities for 4 year olds in Framingham, especially for families who have never been given this opportunity for their children, and much more, ”said Supt. Tremblay.
That is “so important. Children cannot learn if they are not doing well, ”said Senate President Spilka.
“This commitment is a solid down payment for a better future for our community,” said Supt. Tremblay.