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 CPR, OSHA, Dean Vaughn Medical Terminology, and the Alzheimer Association’s Dementia Care training.
Junior year: Certified Nursing Assistant.
Senior Year: Home Health Aide Training, AHA Health Care Provider CPR with AED, and some students completed First Responder Training.
The pinning ceremony honored twenty-six seniors in the Medical Careers vocational program. The students awarded their pins are:
- Caroline Aspinwall of Walpole
- Corinne Blasetti of North Attleboro
- Christina Brousseau of North Attleboro
- Emily Brousseau of North Attleboro
- Adianna Celeste of North Attleboro
- Mackenzie Crawford of Attleboro
- Andrea DeLeon of Walpole
- Ava DiCenso of North Attleboro
- Grace Dunnebier of Franklin
- Nathan Glidden of North Attleboro
- Lia Hall of North Attleboro
- Kaitlyn Jones of Plainville
- Sarah Killoy of Franklin
- Hannah Lanthier of North Attleboro
- Maia Lavigne of North Attleboro
- Carolyn MacPherson of North Attleboro
- Emma Mangiacotti of Norfolk
- Avery McMorran of North Attleboro
- Gabriella Mills of North Attleboro
- Olivia Muise of North Attleboro
- Delaney Myers of North Attleboro
- Jillian Plante of North Attleboro
- Justina-Ann Sauro of Franklin
- Katie Udell of Medway
- Nicole Veader of Seekonk
- Shannon Zogalis of North Attleboro
Tri-County RVTHS, located at 147 Pond Street in Franklin, is a recipient of the High Schools That Work Gold Achievement Award and serves the communities of Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole, and Wrentham.