The Wellness Center will be open on Thursday, January 28th from 2pm-8pm for all students, staff, athletes and community members.
Monday, January 26, 2015 There will be NO ATHLETIC EVENTS/GAMES TODAY OR TOMORROW due to Weather. All practices today must conclude by 5pm. Girls & Boys Indoor Track will practice from 2:30-4pm. Wrestling practice from 2:30-4:30. Boys Varsity Basketball practice 2-3:30pm (no sub varsity) Girls Varsity Basketball practice – 3:30-5pm Varsity Girls & Boys Hockey will practice as scheduled JV Girls Hockey… Read Full Article »
AWARD AWARD DESCRIPTION NAME Freshman Team Offensive Player of the Year Offensive MVP Christian Alicea Defensive Player of the Year Defensive MVP Dane Proia Coaches Award Most Coachable Player Jake Brockway, Tyler Fitts Varsity Team Todd Hill Scholarship Chris Stournaras James O’Connor Sportsmanship Award Former A.D. & Football Coach At C.M . Justin Brockway James… Read Full Article »
Continuing this winter, the FHS School Wellness Action Committee will be offering TWO low cost group exercise classes. The classes will take place at Framingham High School and are open to all FPS employees. “Cardio Kickboxing” will be held on Tuesdays, starting 1/13 and running for 5 weeks through 2/10. Class time is 6:15PM-7:15PM. “Zumba”… Read Full Article »
The wellness center will be open Monday through Thursday from 2pm-6pm for students and staff and 6pm-8pm for community members and alumni. Fridays hours are 2pm-6pm for students and staff and 4pm-6pm for community members and alumni.
BSC meet pairings.orders ’14-’15 v2
Practice for ski team starts Dec 1 from 5:00 – 6:15 pm in the yoga room at FHS. Parent meeting is at 6:45 pm on Tuesday, December 2 in the library.
The Flyers Cross Country team faced off against Newton North and Dedham on September 17 and with a strong outing by the boys, they were able to sweep the race with four first place finishers. The big win was against Newton North who the boys hadn’t beaten in about 10 years. The girls lost to… Read Full Article »
On a perfect day for running, the town put their running shoes on to raise money for the Flyers hockey team. Among the runners were members of the Flyers Cross Country team and in a show of solidarity, a half dozen FSU Rams hockey players also showed up. The Flyers have pledged to donate $500.00 to the… Read Full Article »