We’ve all learned or heard about DNA, but have you ever seen it? Mr.
Tri-County recently honored faculty and staff members with a ceremony and reception to all who have given many years of service to the school. The ceremony was attended by members of the Tri-County School Committee and Tri-County Administration. Recipients are:
Honored for 37 Years of Service:
Opioid abuse has become an epidemic in our society today. No community is immune to this crisis.
Pet therapy provides a fun and friendly way to bring joy into the lives of the elderly and the physically infirmed. Juniors in Medical Careers participated in an animal therapy session at Countryside Healthcare in Milford. Farm Visits, LLC provided the baby animals.
The Tri-County Regional Cougars wrestling team captured the Mayflower League Title with a 48-27 victory over the Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School Craftsman last night.
Computer Information Systems (CIS) students received a very informing visit from Joe LeBlanc. Joe is an engineer at Cisco Systems, in San Jose, California. He came in to speak to CIS students about how he got to where he is today. He graduated from Hopedale High School and went to college at Wentworth in Boston.
Opioid use in today's society is an epidemic. With that said, it's imporant for Tri-County Medical Careers students to know what to do if they ever find themselves in a situation where someone has overdosed.
Registration and Open House for the Tri-County Childrens’ Center preschool program for 2018 – 2019 will be held on Thursday, February 8th, from 12:15-1:45 and Friday, February 9th, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Tri-County Regional High School in Franklin at 147 Pond Street.
Sophomore and senior engineering students had a unique assignment to do this Holiday season. They were given the task of creating a gingerbread house architectural design. The theme was the architecture of ancient civilizations such as Greek or Roman architecture. Then, they had to research the architectural features that were indicative of that style of the time. Next, they
Tri-County Early Education sophomore and senior students attended a WPI STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education professional development training day.