Last summer Gabriella “Gabi” Valeri, a resident of North Attleboro, enrolled in Tri-County Regional’s STEAM Cooking Camp called, “Hey Mom and Dad, Let Me Cook Dinner!” During the camp Gabi learned how to prepare healthy meals and snacks while learning proper knife handling skills, safety in the kitchen and how to read and follow recipes like a chef.
Tri-County Graphic Communications held an alumni panel who spoke to sophomores, juniors and seniors about their specific paths after high school – and each is very different from the next! They also included how STEM plays a role in their Continuing Education and Career Paths. The alumni careers vary from graphic design, photography to entrepreneurial business in landscape design and organic farming.
Tri-County Grade 9 students recently participated in a statewide educational program presented by Massachusetts Fallen Heroes as they were educated about Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day with an emphasis on service, freedom and sacrifice. It is the hope that students will participate in memorial events in their communities.
Seniors Samantha Frey and Kate Loonie were recently featured in an article in the Sun Chronicle regarding the class of 2017 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. The article depicts how Samantha and Kate have mastered their education and vocation here at Tri-County. To read the article go to: https://bitly.im/fJS2D
Tri-County Robotics team TriForce competed at Battlecry18 at WPI. Perhaps the most exciting post-season competition in New England, Battlecry is an elite competition set apart from most regular season regional competitions.
Tri-County RVTHS held its annual Senior Project Fair in the high schools’ gymnasium. The event was held for seniors to showcase their amazing innovations to the community as they applied the knowledge and skills they’ve acquired in their career programs toward developing their Senior Project. Four seniors were recognized for their superior creativity and design. They are:
Grade 10 and 12 Legal and Protective Services students recently had their day in court by visiting the John Adams courthouse.
Ms. Batt's Freshman Engineering class recently learned how to hand write the G-Code to mill their designs into wax blocks. G-Code is the generic name for a control language for CNC machines.
The atmosphere was fun, festive and exciting at the Tri-County Post-Secondary Cosmetology Salon.
A big Thank You goes out to Tri-County’s Post-Secondary Cosmetology students who created stunning updos and trendy hair styles for Tri-County’s high school students attending the Prom. See below for more photos of these beauties getting ready for the big night.
We hope everyone had a wonderful time at the Prom!