Tri-County's Class of 2018 is selling tickets to School Night at Fenway Park. You can watch the Red Sox take on the Houston Astros for just $28. This price includes one upper bleacher ticket and transportation to and from the game. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used for prom.
The fifth annual Tee Off for Tri-County will be held on Friday, June 9, at Wentworth Hills Golf Club in Plainville. Registration will be available in a few eeks. Please contact Fundraiser Chair Kim Zogalis at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
*****Reminder: All golfers must be 21 years of age or older to participate.
The Tri-County Wrestling team won their second tournament of the 2015-2016 school year in Cohasset on Saturday.
The team came in first place at the Cohasset Invitational Tournament. Joe Townsend, Matt Hobson, Alex Fair, Thomas Carlucci, Rory Hernandez, and Kevin Carlucci were all champions in their respective weight classes.
With Exploratory coming to a close, grade 9 parents and students are invited to attend Career Program (Shop) Information Night on Wednesday, January 13, to learn more about the next steps. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8 p.m.
During the event, parents will have the opportunity to meet vocational instructors and learn more about the programs. Our faculty will also share important information about the Career Program selection process.
A team of sophomores in Tri-County's Computer Information Systems program needs your votes in their pursuit of the Verizon App Challenge Fan Favorite award.
Students in Tri-County's Dental Assisting program partnered with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to deliver fluoride to local elementary school children.
Seniors in the Dental Assisting program recently visited Memorial Elementary School in Millis as part of the program.
Tri-County senior Jennifer Bowness has been selected as this year's recipient of the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (MASS) Certificate of Academic Excellence. The certificate is awarded each year to a student of excellent academic standing who has made significant contributions to the Tri-County community.
Six Tri-County Regional students participated in the 13th annual Women of Science Scholarship Competition on Saturday, December 19. Engineering Technology instructor Angela Batt accompanied senior Jennifer Bowness and juniors Katie Billington, Samantha Frey, Kate Loonie, Amy O'Brien, and MacKenzie Rider to the competition.
Registration is now open for the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical School District’s Spring 2016 Continuing Education courses.
Participants can choose from a variety of courses that focus on building career and life skills. New culinary offerings include Paella Workshop, Pasta Workshop and Cake Pops for Everyone, to name a few. Business owners and professionals will enjoy courses such as Facebook for Business and Project Management Basics. For those in search of a new hobby, the school offers Introduction to Chess, Crochet Skills Building, Zumba, and Kripalu Yoga.
A holiday decoration in Tri-County's Metal Fabrication shop is truly one of a kind. Sophomores in the program put their craftsmanship on full display by creating a metal tree sculpture.