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Students & Parents

Attention Parents/Guardians:

If you or someone at Tri-County you know are experiencing homelessness or are displaced due to financial or Covid-19 restrictions please click here for more information! 

 

Additional Resources: 

Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

Statewide Resources

Emergency Assistance Shelter Intake
• Applying for shelter is entirely done by phone 866-584-0653
• Eligibility requirements:
o Families must be at or below 115% of poverty
o Massachusetts residency
o Include a child under 21 or pregnant mother
o Lost housing due to an EA-eligible cause of homelessness
 Fire, flood, or natural disaster
 Eviction, condemnation, or foreclosure (no-fault or excused fault)
 Housing situation that exposes children to substantial health or safety risk
 Domestic violence
o No feasible alternative housing
• If families need assistance they can be referred to local legal aid assistance.

Legal Aid
Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, Legal Aid Map or Legal Resource Finder
Answer a few questions – we’ll give you contact information for legal aid offices, government agencies and court programs that may be able to help you for free or at low cost.

Greater Boston Legal Services , Direct line for housing issues 617-603-1807
Every week, Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) provides free legal assistance and representation on civil (noncriminal) matters to hundreds of the neediest residents in the city of Boston and 31 surrounding cities and towns.
When they have nowhere else to turn, low-income families and individuals, elders, and people with disabilities look to GBLS for help to secure the most basic necessities of life.

Mass211
Mass 211 is the centralized hub for comprehensive information about and referral to the complete spectrum of services in Massachusetts that address the social determinants of healthy lives and communities. We provide a stigma free 24/7 contact center and public portal website that empowers people with the information they need to make informed decisions and to get the right help for their circumstances.
Mass211 referral for rental/housing assistance including
• RAFT (Residential Assistance for Families in Transition) and
• ERMA (Emergency Rental and Mortgage Assistance

Family Resource Centers
There are twenty-nine Family Resources Centers across Massachusetts.
Can you imagine a place in your neighborhood where people of all ages, incomes, and abilities are welcome to develop helpful and caring connections with each other? A place where skilled and thoughtful professionals help parents, children, and families find emotional support and practical assistance to succeed in life? A place that offers sensible solutions to families seeking health, safety, educational, and employment services? That place is part of the Massachusetts Family Resource Centers (FRCs) network and is already in your own neighborhood.

Municipal Rental Assistance Programs
Many municipalities across the commonwealth are offering rental/housing assistance to residents funded locally and through donations. Contact your Town/City Hall.

Project Bread and Food Hotline / 1-800-645-8333
No matter what you’re going through, we understand that food is a must. We want to help you. We can connect you to programs that will help you afford groceries and put food on the table.

Tri-County Student Life stretches beyond the 2:10 bell. Once school has ended for the day, many Tri-County students head straight to a club meeting. Some students expand their understanding of electronics by joining the school’s First Robotics team. Others step onto the stage as part of the Drama Club. The 31 extracurricular activities offered at Tri-County give students the opportunity to explore their interests while making new friends.

SkillsUSA is another important piece of Student Life at Tri-County. Each student receives membership into SkillsUSA, a national professional organization for career and technical students. Through SkillsUSA, students have the opportunity to compete at the local, state, and national level in events that demonstrate the skills they’ve acquired in their Career Program.

Traditions

Students at Tri-County proudly continue the school’s many traditions, including the Homecoming festivities and Spirit Week. Learn more about Tri-County events by visiting the school’s Facebook page.

Upcoming Events

30Sep
01Oct

PSATs At TC

8:00 am - 12:00 pm
05Oct

Clubs & Organizations

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School provides the opportunity for students to participate in a variety of activities and athletics. Students must be academically eligible:

  • May not fail more than eight (8) credits per trimester.
  • May not have four (4) or more unexcused absences per trimester.

If you’d like to learn more or sign up for any of our Clubs and Organizations, please visit the Dean of Students Office. Listen to the morning and afternoon announcements for information about club meetings and sign ups.

Anime Club

Athletics

Chess Club

Diversity Club (GSA)

Drama Club

First Robotics

Game Club

Garden Club

Green Club

Math Team

Music Club

National Honor Society

Non-Traditional Vocational Support Program

SADD

Ski Club

SkillsUSA

Spanish Club

Student Ambassadors

Student Council

Yearbook

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