FRANKLIN, MA – When a hostile situation occurs, speed of entry may be the most important aspect to gain control and ensure optimal safety. Tactical entry equipment, also known as Battering Rams, allow police to quickly gain access to both criminals and to victims during rescue operations.
Sixty-four seniors at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School qualified to receive the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship for their performance on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test.
Tri-County’s Plumbing & Hydronic Heating career program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become plumbing apprentices. Students learn plumbing theory in the classroom under the tutelage of Master Plumbers and then implement the lessons in real-time, giving them hands-on experience resulting in excellent employment opportunities.
Tri-County Regional Hosts Annual International Holiday Buffet
FRANKLIN, MA – Twenty-nine students were inducted into the Peter Rickard Chapter of the National Honor Society during a ceremony held on Thursday, November 29th.
Veterans play an important role in educating younger generations about the principles upon which our country was founded. Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School students had the opportunity of going beyond the books to learn about the Vietnam War. Larry Bederian, who served as a Sergeant in the U.S.
The Tri-County Cosmetology career program held a Cosmetology Career Fair for post-secondary education and high school students. Students were able to meet and speak one-on-one with many area salons who came to Tri-County to present job opportunities. Tri-County Cosmetology offers their students the opportunity to meet with many industry-leading companies all in one day.