Tri-County Electrical Wiring Technology students stand with State Rep. Elizabeth Poirier, Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III, Superintendent-Director Stephen Dockray, and State Rep. Steven Howitt during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the school's new solar field.
Engineering Technology Instructor Kristen Magas represented Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School at the annual Massachusetts STEM Summit on Tuesday, November 10, at the DCU Center in Worcester.
The STEM Summit is held each year to promote the development of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills in education and in the workforce.
Tri-County Regional's student-run restaurant, Gerry's Place, will host its annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale on Monday, November 23, and Tuesday, November 24, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Assorted pies will be on sale both days, with prices ranging from $9 to $11 per pie. In addition to pies, Gerry's Place will also offer 12-ounce containers of homemade turkey gravy at $4 each.
Several students from Tri-County's Engineering Technology program volunteered at the Barnes & Noble Mini Maker Faire.
The event was held from November 6 through 8 at the Barnes & Noble in Bellingham. During the Mini Maker Faire, Tri-County students demonstrated robots and inventions they've designed. They also helped children with various building activities.
The Post-secondary Cosmetology program at Tri-County Regional proudly donated a gift basket full of beauty products to the PMC Franklin Kids Ride.
Three Medical Careers students hosted a Flu Clinic for Tri-County faculty members on Monday, November 2.
During the clinic, pharmacist Ed Purtell of Rite Aid Pharmacy administered the vaccine to 48 staff members.
Students also took vital signs, administered a questionnaire and shared educational information on the flu vaccine and its benefits.
Mr. Rhodes accompanied Tri-County seniors Tom Vagnini, Alex Fair, Kevin Kohls, and Nick Wotton to the 28th annual Invitational Mathematics Meet at Worcester Polytechnic Institute on October 20, 2015.
The math meet included both team and individual competitions.
Tri-County dedicated the school’s main office conference room to Founding School Committee members Robert J. Rappa, of Franklin, and Louis E. (Ted) Hoegler, of Walpole, during a ceremony on Wednesday, October 21.
A 1969 Mercury Cougar that was painted and detailed by students in Tri-County Regional’s Automotive Collision Repair program claimed first place in the People’s Choice category at the Cougar Club of America East Coast National Car Show.
The show was held from October 9 through October 11 in Sturbridge, Mass. More than 100 vehicles were showcased at the event.