A team of 6 - 10th grade Computer Information Systems students won 1st Place in the Gold Tier State Round of the 9th annual CyberPatriot Competition. CyberPatriot is an annual cyber-security competition hosted by the US Air Force Association. The team will now move on to the Regional Round, competing on February 3, 2017.
10:00 AM Wrestling Quad Meet
12:30 PM Varsity Ice Hockey Game
4:00 PM Junior Varsity & Varsity Boys’ Basketball Games
On Saturday - February 4, 1027 Chipotle at 5 Franklin Village Drive in Franklin is hosting a fundraiser to support Tri-County Athletics! Stop in between 12PM and 4PM. Bring the attached flyer (CLICK ON THE CHIPOTLE SYMBOL), show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting TC Athletics!
John Brunelli of the Massachusetts State 911 Department speaks to seniors in the Legal and Protective Services Program. This week the students are completing the APCO portion of their 911 Dispatch Tele-Communicator certification at Tri-County. In March they will travel to Middleborough to receive three additional days of training on the Next Generation 911 Emergency Call System equipment.
Please join Adele Sands, DIrector of Student Services, for a special education parent gathering. The focus is to provide all special education parents an opportunity to discuss Tri-County Services and to initiate the formation of a Special Education Parent Advisory Council. The meeting will be held in the Main Office Conference Room at 6:00PM.
On Friday, January 20, 2017, Juniors in the Computer Information Services Program participated in a Technology Tutor Session at the Walpole Council of Aging. Students sat with Senior Citizens for one on one sessions on how to use Smartphones, Flip Phones, Tablets, Ipads, etc. Seniors came with their questions and our students answered!
On Friday, January 13, 2017 the Tri-County Cosmetology program hosted 59 Medway Girl Scouts for their 2nd annual Spa Day. The Girl Scouts were treated to a new hair style and manicure by our high school Cosmetology students. The girls also attended mini workshops in Carpentry, where they made a box, and CIS helped them complete an Hour of Code Programing and they received certificates. Early Education students facilitated a playdough workshop and assisted them in making “Monster Toast,” a tasty and nutritious snack for young children.
The Grade 9 Program Information Night will be held this Wednesday - January 11 2017 at 6:30PM. Grade 9 Students and their parents are invited to learn more about each of the 16 Career Programs that we offer here at Tri-County. Vocational Teachers will be here to talk with parents and answer questions. Administration will present the Career Program selection process. If you have any questions please call the Guidance Department: (508) 528-5400 x 125.