Section II: To be completed by Parent/Guardian
In order to attend the Framingham Public Schools, a student must actually reside in the Town of Framingham. The residence of a minor child is presumed to be the primary legal residence of the parent/guardian who has physical custody of the child. “Residence” is the place where a person dwells permanently, not temporarily, and is the place that is the center of his/her domestic, social and civic life. Temporary residence in the Town of Framingham solely for the purpose of attending a Framingham public school will not be considered residency. Any student who is found not to reside in the Town of Framingham will be dismissed from the Framingham Public Schools. Additional penalties – including fines and legal action - may be imposed on families found to be in violation of the residency policy. This residency policy does not apply to homeless students.
I understand that the information contained in this legal affidavit is subject to verification by the Framingham Attendance officer at any time. Signed under the pains and penalties of perjury.