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 Sargent 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.
Medical Careers students hosted a Flu Clinic for Tri-County faculty members.
During the clinic, pharmacist Mary Jo Purtell administered the flu vaccine to 46 staff members.
Medical Careers students also took vital signs, administered a questionnaire and shared educational information on the flu vaccine and its benefits.
Tri-County welcomed Shad Blake, a firefighter and paramedic with the North Attleboro Fire Department, to speak to Early Education students and preschoolers about fire safety. Mr. Blake spoke to the class about how fires spread quickly, about smoke inhalation, and that dangerous fumes can overcome a person in just a few minutes.
FRANKLIN, MA – For the fifth time in five years, the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School varsity volleyball team are the Mayflower League Champions. The Cougars remain undefeated in their regular season with a record of 16-0 with 4 games remaining.
Sophomore and senior Auto Collision students welcomed Tim Lewis, a 1985 Tri-County graduate, now the founder/owner of Nitro Innovations, where he gave an interactive presentation to the students on Nitrogen Plastic Welding.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School’s Golf team has won the 2018 Mayflower League Championship!
It’s been a great week at Tri-County! The first day of school for all students was on Tuesday, September 4th. Of the 1000-plus students to arrive, 280 freshman students were welcomed to their first day of high school.
Woodworking, from custom-made cabinetry and furniture to unique wooden pieces, is the fine art of the construction trade. The beautiful thing about woodworking is that it can be done by all ages. Whether young, old, or somewhere in between, there are woodworking projects to fit any skill level.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School officially gave 208 diplomas to the Class of 2018 during the school’s 39th graduation ceremony held on Sunday, June 3rd, at 12 p.m.