Three students in Tri-County Regional's Medical Careers program are leading an effort to inform their peers about the signs and symptoms of depression and healthy strategies for coping with stress.
Two students in the Engineering Technology Program at Tri-County claimed second and third place in the New England Regional Semi-Finals of the Stratasys Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge.
The challenge was held on Wednesday, March 2, at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The 3D printing challenge invites students in Engineering, Design and Art, or Architecture to create a new product that improves how a task is accomplished or to redesign an existing product.
Superintendent-Director Stephen F. Dockray is pleased to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Tri-County Regional Class of 2016. Jennifer Bowness, of North Attleborough, has been named Valedictorian, and Thomas Vagnini, of Medfield, has been named Salutatorian.
Students in Tri-County Regional's Post-Secondary Cosmetology program appeared on NECN on Wednesday, March 2. The group joined Leslie Gaydos in conducting a review of the Roto Clipper on her "Does It Work?" series.
Check out their review in the video below.
Three students in the Medical Careers program are educating their peers about skin cancer prevention as part of a SkillsUSA project.
Jennifer Bowness, Gina Greene, and Olivia Ryan planned a presentation which focuses on how to do skin checks and how to prevent sun damage. During the presentation, attendees also have the opportunity to sit under the career program's skin analyzer which looks for sun damage.
Students in the Tri-County Regional Cosmetology Program proudly volunteered at the Miss Amazing Pageant on Saturday, February 26.
Miss Amazing Inc. is a national organization that provides opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to build self-confidence in a supportive environment. This is the third year Massachusetts has hosted a Miss Amazing Pageant.
Tri-County Regional’s summer camp program, “Tri-County Summer STEAM Camp” is now accepting registrations.
The Student Council at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is gratefully accepting donations for the school’s second annual Prom Dress Exchange.
Donations will be accepted during regular school hours. Donors can drop off their gowns at the Tri-County Culinary Arts program through March 9. Accessories, such as costume jewelry and hand bags, will also be accepted.
Six juniors from Tri-County Regional’s Culinary Arts program brought home bronze medals from the 2016 Massachusetts ProStart Invitational held at Mechanics Hall in Worcester on Tuesday, February 23.
The students claimed third place honors in both the Culinary Arts and Management competitions. Eight teams from across the state participated in the annual competition.
The Student Council at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School recently hosted a collection drive for homeless veterans.