TC Insider February 2021

National Honor Society Solemn Induction Ceremony

Please join us virtually as we honor our new members at a Solemn Induction Ceremony for the Peter Rickard Chapter of the National Honor Society.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
4:00PM
Link will be provided on www.tri-county.us

Gina Castagna, Senior Lisa Grealish, Junior
Holly Clement, Senior Rick Hamilton, Junior
Curran French, Senior Mullaney Harris, Junior
Robert Johnson, Senior Kyle Hughes, Junior
Eliana Wallis, Senior Paige Kerziner, Junior
Annabelle Yeaton, Senior Rebekah LaFleur, Junior
Sarah Bakas, Junior Angelina Lunn, Junior
Ava Chamberlain, Junior Connor Malinn, Junior
Camryn Cooper-Noyes, Junior Emily Matheson, Junior
Mya-Marie Cowan, Junior Caleb Mucciarone, Junior
Em Daniels, Junior Shriya Sivakumar, Junior
Isabelle Dias, Junior Kerry Tracey, Junior
Will Doggett, Junior Martin Tripp, Junior
Rebekah Gable, Junior Zachary Trisoline, Junior
Lisa Grealish, Junior  

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T1 Honor Roll Posted

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2021 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named

Vivienne Seested of Franklin named Valedictorian and Gerard (Ace) Ayotte, III of Seekonk named Salutatorian

Tri-County’s Valedictorian, Vivienne, is an Engineering Technology and Advanced Manufacturing student and maintains the highest cumulative GPA of 4.493. During her four years at Tri-County, Vivienne has participated in several extracurriculars including NASA’s HUNCH Program and SkillsUSA. The Engineering Technology student won a Bronze medal for Additive Manufacturing and is a District Competition NASA HUNCH finalist.

Vivienne has acquired her 10 Hour OSHA Certification, MACWIC I Certification, and CPR Certification. She is committed to expanding her knowledge by pursuing her Autodesk Revit Architectural Drawing, SolidWorks CAD, HAAS CNC Machining certifications.

In addition to mastering rigorous academic classes, Vivienne joined the Volleyball team and participated in Varsity Track & Field. When she is off the field, she is experiencing first-hand what her career may consist of at her Co-op position at Dell.

Tri-County’s Salutatorian, Gerard (Ace) Ayotte, III, maintains a cumulative 4.439 GPA while having an arduous academic schedule which includes Advanced Placement Calculus and Physics, Honors English and World History, and Dual Enrollment Spanish. Ace is an Automotive Technology student and enjoyed learning the mechanics of a car and how to repair automobiles. He wishes to apply what he has learned during his high school career at a four-year college by studying Mechanical Engineering or International Business. Ace has maintained his status on the honor roll for his high school career and is a member of the National Honor Society.

In addition to being a dedicated student, Ace is a gifted athlete and has been captain of both the Football and Baseball teams. Being captain has helped him learn about leadership both on and off the field. He hopes to play college level baseball next year.

Ace dedicates time to his community through his volunteer work at St. Cecilia’s Church as a Food Pantry Volunteer and at Ken Ryan’s Baseball Academy as an Assistant Camp Counselor.

“It is a pleasure to recognize Vivienne and Ace as our two top graduating scholars. Their commitment to academic and vocational excellence exemplifies our Tri-County philosophy of working hard each day. Congratulations to Vivienne and Ace. We look forward to seeing what the future holds and wish them continued success in their future endeavors.” Stephen Dockray, Superintendent.

As Valedictorian and Salutatorian, Vivienne and Ace will lead the graduation procession and are scheduled to address their classmates at the Commencement Ceremony scheduled for Sunday, June 6, 2021.

 

What Can Tri-County Students do for you?!?!?

Tri-County High School students receive a unique opportunity for training and skill development by participating in real life work through our vocational service program. Staff and community members may request services of several vocational and technical programs. These services are accomplished by students under the supervision of professionally licensed teachers in the vocational areas.

To read more about the types of work and submit a work order, please visit: https://www.tri-county.us/what-can-tri-county-students-do-for-you/

 

Sara Martin recognized as a Certified Athletic Administrator by the NIAAA.

Sara has demonstrated the highest level of knowledge and expertise in the field of interscholastic athletic administration. The voluntary certification process included a thorough evaluation of the candidate’s educational background, experience and professional contributions, as well as a rigorous, comprehensive written examination.

Sara is one of an elite group of interscholastic athletic administrators nationwide to attain this level of professionalism.

The NIAAA is a national professional organization consisting of all 50 state athletic administrator associations and more than 12,000 individual members

Tri-County RVTHS’ Early Education Program Opening Preschool and Toddler Registration

Hands-on education is a critical part of vocational high schools and while the Children’s Center opening is dependent on the Department of Public Health’s approval, we are hoping to welcome a new group of children at our center. The Early Education Program prepares high school students for various careers working with young children. The ability to work directly with pre-school children within the on-campus facility located in Tri-County Regional High School in Franklin at 147 Pond Street allows students to acquire skills and confidence in teaching.

Due to the COIVD-19 Pandemic, registration and information sessions will be held virtually this year. Registration begins on Monday, January 25th. Applications will be accepted through Thursday, March 4th, 2021. Registration is limited to children who are at least 3 years of age by September 15, 2021. Enrollment is limited to two years or part of two years for the preschool program, as long as the child is age eligible. For more information about Tri-County’s Preschool Registration, please visit: https://www.tri-county.us/career-programs/enrollment/

Freshman Offered Interactive Career Exploration Gaming Experience

This year, first-year students have an exciting opportunity to participate in an interactive career-based game designed by our Library Media Specialist, Ariel Dagan, in collaboration with guidance. This “game” empowers the Freshmen to navigate a career quest that draws upon their personal experiences and preferences to illustrate how they relate to their future career goals.

Through the interactive online game quests and challenges, the student will assemble a story about themselves to help determine a career path that reflects their personality and interests. They will earn a better understanding of their strengths and character and who they would like to become in the future.

Read Full Article Here: https://reportertoday.com/stories/tri-county-regional-vocational-technical-high-school-offers-freshman-interactive-career-exploration,33758

FamilyID Registration for “Fall II” Sports is OPEN!

Tri-County is excited to announce that it is now offering the convenience of online registration through FamilyID for all of its athletic programs. 

FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member for multiple uses and multiple sports. 

Please click here to sign up your student for participation in “Fall II” sports.  You will also find a link to the FamilyID user guidelines located there.  Do not forget that you must have an up-to-date physical examination on file and you must have completed the NFHS Concussion Awareness Course this school year to be eligible.  Also, all soccer, football, and hockey players must complete an Impact Baseline Test prior to being cleared to play.

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