Four graduates from Tri-County Regional’s Post-Secondary Practical Nursing Program received silver medals on Friday, June 24, at the 2016 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.
Graduates from the Tri-County Culinary Arts Program received scholarships at the annual Massachusetts Restaurant Association Scholarship Dinner held on Tuesday, June 14.
The recipients pictured here alongside Massachusetts Restaurant Association President/CEO Bob Luz are:
The Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical School District held commencement exercises for its Post-Secondary Practical Nursing and Cosmetology programs on Friday, June 17.
Tri-County's Legal and Protective Services program kicked off its annual Public Safety Days on Tuesday, June 7, with a visit from the Allstate Insurance Teen D.R.I.V.E. simulator.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School handed out 218 diplomas to the Class of 2016 during the school’s 37th graduation ceremony held on Sunday, June 5, at 12 p.m.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School celebrated the achievements of nearly 250 students during the school's 25th annual Honors Night on Wednesday, June 1.
Awards were handed out for outstanding performance in career programs and academic courses, Honor Roll, community service, service to school organizations, four years of perfect attendance, and overall contributions to the school.
Seniors in Tri-County Regional's Carpentry, Electrical, and Plumbing and Hydronic Heating programs received a sweet ending to their Franklin home construction project on Friday, May 27.
Students in the Early Education program proudly donned shop t-shirts bearing the slogan, "Professional Role Model" on Friday, May 20.
The Class of 2019 will be selling TC Graduation Bears for $12 and TC Cougars for $10 during lunches this week and next week. These stuffed animals are a keepsake that your favorite senior will cherish as they enter the next chapter of their lives. Get them while supplies last!
Class of 2014 gradutes Joe DiOrio, of Wrentham, and Jake Nicastro, of Plainville, returned to Tri-County on Tuesday, May 17, to share their collegiate experiences with students in the Computer Information Systems program.