Tri-County Regional is pleased to announce that Kimberly Zogalis, a Computer Information Systems teacher at Tri-County Regional, was honored to receive an Official Citation from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Senate in recognition of her Exemplary Contributions to Student Success during the 2016-2017 Academic Year. Senator Richard Ross and Representative Elizabeth Poi
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School administration and staff are pleased to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2018. Jeffrey Blenkhorn, of Medway, has been named Valedictorian, and Carolyn Kiely, of North Attleboro, has been named Salutatorian.
The top three Tri-County students from each of the 16 vocational programs, for their outstanding skills and knowledge in their vocational program, competed at the SkillsUSA District Competition held at Southeastern Regional on March 1, 2018. Tri-County won 49 medals.
Tri-County RVTHS seniors in Forensic Science and freshman from Legal and Protective Services were visited by the Boston Police Department. Detective Timothy O’Sullivan and Alexis Manolakis, a criminalist with the Boston Crime Lab gave an in-depth presentation to students about what it’s like to investigate a crime after it has been committed.
The Tri-County Annual March Madness Speedball Tournament sponsored by the National Honor Society was a success! Teams were made up of both teachers and students.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to announce teachers, Matthew Murphy and Kimberly Zogalis, have been named Mass Insight Education and Research award recipients for their exemplary work in the AP STEM Program.
Twenty-Four Grade 11 Computer Information Systems (CIS) & Engineering Technology students recently traveled to the Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, NJ for the NASA HUNCH (High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware) Northeast Regional Design and Prototyping Critical Design Review.
Sophomores in Legal & Protective Services have been studying the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Good luck to the Varsity Wrestling team who left today to compete at the 2018 MIAA Division III Wrestling State Championship in Wakefield!
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School recently presented Cory’s Cause to the senior class. Cory Palazzi, of Taunton, is permanently disabled after suffering a brain injury caused by a heroin overdose which resulted after first becoming addicted to prescription opioids from an athletic injury.