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Medical assisting is a multifaceted profession within healthcare that includes working in both an administrative and clinical role in an ambulatory care setting and hospital. ~ Administrative responsibilities may include communication with other allied health professionals, patients and their caretakers, scheduling procedures and appointments, billing and insurance, reception, medical record documentation, and inventory management. ~...
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Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School officially gave 239 diplomas to the Class of 2019 during the school’s 40th graduation ceremony held on Sunday, June 2nd, at 12 p.m Joining Superintendent-Director Stephen Dockray at the stage were School Committee Chair David Bento, of Medfield, School Committee Vice Chair Brian Mushnick, of Norfolk, Principal Michael Procaccini,...
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Tri-County RVTHS seniors celebrated their education, ingenuity and creativity demonstrating projects to the community at the annual Senior Project Fair. The senior projects are a result of the applied knowledge and skills the students have acquired in their career programs.  The event was held to showcase the three top senior projects from each of the school’s...
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Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is pleased to announce it has a new handicap accessible van available to transport students with disabilities.  It’s the first handicap accessible van for the school. The van will be used to transport students both to and from the school and to field trips and special events. Prior to receiving the...
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Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School friends and family members joined Medical Careers instructors, Anne-Marie Guanci, Suzanne Dodakian, Aimee Evers, and Victoria Shokunbi, in honoring senior students for all their certifications and accomplishments with a pinning ceremony. Since beginning their Medical Careers program, students received the following certifications/training:  Sophomore year: American Heart Association’s First Aid and...
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Three sophomore engineering students, Camden Schweitzer, Anna Weidman, and Annika Yanoshak, have designed an innovative all-inclusive and accessible playground to aid in the joy of those with disabilities.  The students were challenged with creating and presenting an innovative engineering project to present at SkillsUSA.  Tri-County Special Education teacher, Bill LaPlant, has a daughter Penny who uses a...
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Tri-County (TC) Early Education sophomore student, Emily Lacharite, took the initiative to develop and implement a field trip for the students in the preschool program of her career vocation. The preschoolers had never been upstairs to visit the Library Media Center (LMC). She was very invested in creating an opportunity for the children to visit...
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Three students in the Engineering Technology Program and their instructor at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School traveled to Houston, TX last week from April 15 through April 17, 2019 to present a device they designed to NASA engineers and astronauts as part of the HUNCH program.   High School Students United with NASA to Create...
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Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School senior, John Winship, has been selected as the recipient of the 33rd annual Outstanding Vocational Student Award. The Computer Information Systems (CIS) student received the award during a ceremony and dinner held on Thursday, April 11th, at the Mechanics Hall in Worcester. The Outstanding Vocational Student Award is presented each...
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One of the greatest assets a community has are its schools.  With the ever-increasing rising costs of healthcare, Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School Medical Careers and Dental Assisting students wanted to help the community to find and be aware of the many medical resources that are available to them.  The students sought to foster participation in...
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