January 29, 2023

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Dates to Know

  • Jan 30 - Report Cards published to X2
  • Feb. 9 - No HW
  • Feb. 20 - No School: Presidents' Day
  • Feb. 21-24 - No School: February Recess

Information on How to Access Report Cards

​​Dear Families,

Your student’s Elementary Report Card will be available in Aspen X2 on Monday, January 30th.

You can check to see if your Aspen X2 password works beforehand by following these steps:

If you cannot log into Aspen, please call 508-782-6928 or request a password reset using this link/form: Aspen X2 Password Reset Request


Aspen X2 login instructions to view your student’s report card

  1. Log in to Aspen X2 Portal using this link or through the District Website and click on the X2 SIS Icon.

  2. The Login ID is a student’s six-digit student ID (LASID) and their preset password.

  3. If this is the first time you are logging in, your default password is the student's birthday in the format YYYYMMDD (example 20120618). If you have logged into the Aspen X2 portal in the past, then use your existing password.

  4. Once you have successfully logged in, you will see the home page. From this page you can access your report card. This is located on the right side of your screen under Published Reports.

  5. Contact the Aspen X2 Helpdesk if you have any questions or issues resetting your password.

  • You can:


Framingham Public Schools

Framingham Energy Assistance Fair

MetroWest residents are invited to attend an upcoming Energy Assistance Fair to learn about available energy and cost saving resources. The Energy Assistance Fairs will provide “one-stop-shopping” to sign up for these programs, and representatives from Eversource, the South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC), as well as other local nonprofits and groups will be present to help residents learn about their options. The first event will take place at the SMOC Offices (7 Bishop St.) in Framingham on Tuesday, January 31st from 4 – 7 PM.

Representatives will also be available to share information and answer questions about other programs and services available, which may include property tax assistance, food assistance, social services and municipal electricity aggregation.

Winter Clothing

Reminder: In order to play outside in the snow, students are required to wear snow gear including coats, hats, gloves, boots, and snow pants. Please label all items with your child's first and last name. If you are in need of any apparel, please reach out to us; we are able to help.

Social Emotional Behavioral Community Building

Check Out This New Resource From Our School Social Workers

From Your Specialists!

Hi Families! This year, our specialist team wants you to be able to take a look inside our classrooms. This is the first of many "Specialists Corner" for you to see the fun activities we're doing, and communicate any upcoming events or activities!

Here is the next edition of "Specialists Corner!" (Updated 1/1)

Information from PTO

*5th Grade Families: We are exploring the possibility of a yearbook club. If your child is interested in helping shape the look and feel of the yearbook, please fill out this Yearbook Club Interest Form by February 1st.

Don't forget to upload photos for the 5th grade yearbook by March 6th. We're looking for one baby photo and any group photos taken at school events over the years. Each class has its own upload link.

Mr. Beling's class link
Mrs. O’Brien's class link
Ms. Sharick's class link

*The PTO would like to give a big shoutout to our King Alumni who performed, managed, operated, played, and supported so wonderfully in Fuller's performance of The Little Mermaid Jr this weekend! Awesome job!

*If you'd like to volunteer for the upcoming King of Hearts Dance, scheduled for Saturday March 4, please email Maryellen Butler at or fill out the volunteer form here:

*If you are interested in helping the PTO with in-person or virtual Portuguese or Spanish translation at future PTO meetings and events, or flyer translations, please reach out to

*We are hoping to hold a Multicultural Fair in the spring but need your help! If you'd like to Chair or help with the event, please email Beth Folsom at or fill out the volunteer form here:

*Be a coffee hero! Sign up to donate and deliver coffee and treats to the staff on a day that works for you here:

*Winter gear is needed! Please donate gently used or new snow pants, coats, waterproof gloves, hats, and boots to the main office. Larger sizes are very much in need.

*As we've done in the past, there will be NO February Community PTO meeting due to it being a short month, vacation, and weather. We look forward to seeing everyone in person at the March Community PTO meeting. More info to come!

Meet the King Staff!

Allergy Friendly Classrooms

  • We ask that snacks (that are often eaten in the classroom) do not include nuts or nut butters. All classroom spaces at King this year will be allergy friendly rooms. Students are, however, allowed to have nuts and nut butters as part of their lunches in the cafeteria.
  • In the cafeteria each classroom has 2 tables. One is labeled allergy friendly. We ask that any students that have nut or nut butter allergies sit at these tables; we ask that any students who have nut or nut butters as part of their lunch sit at the other tables.
  • Students have been introduced to this in the cafeteria already, and will be reminded by their classroom teachers again.

Tour the school with ROARY!

Important Information SMORE

School hours

Doors open: 8:50am
Breakfast: 8:50am - 9:05am
School begins: 9:05am
School dismissal: 3:20pm

*Early release dismissal: 12:55pm (lunch is served)
*Half day dismissal: 12:20pm (lunch is not served)

Office: 508-782-7201
Attendance Line: 508-782-7201
Fax: 508-788-0792


Please let us know if you have any questions.

James Bergeron -

Julie Gelardi -