Three students from Tri-County Regional’s Computer Information Systems Program claimed silver medals at the 2017 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.
Sometimes dreams do come true. Tri-County RVTHS Senior, Michael “Mike” Barrett of Walpole, MA, has been selected to appear on This Old House (TOH) TV, a real life dream come true for the senior. Mike will be working alongside the pros on the show’s project house this summer in Newton, MA. After launching a nationwide search for apprentices and local trainees, Mike was chosen to work with the TOH TV crew on
Fourteen cosmetology students from Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School recently volunteered to shave the heads of students and staff at the fifth annual Buzz Cuts for Cancer fundraiser at the Miscoe Hill Middle School in Mendon, MA.
They say a person's essence is not obvious to everyone, but there is one student at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School who was known for her positive energy, acts of kindness, caring and strength to all she encountered. That person was high school sophomore, Zoe McMorran. Zoe passed away on March 19, 2017 from a rare form of brain cancer. Many of the Tri-County community wish to reflect on Zoe’s lif
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School handed out 231 diplomas to the Class of 2017 during the 38th graduation ceremony held on Sunday, June 4, at 12 p.m.
Track & field captains Delaney Forbes ('17) and Matt Foley ('17) were selected from among their peers to represent the Mayflower Athletic Conference at the inaugural outdoor track & field breakfast on Wednesday, May 31st. The two were part of a select group of student-athletes recognized for their commitment to the sport, high academic standards, and community service.
Last summer Gabriella “Gabi” Valeri, a resident of North Attleboro, enrolled in Tri-County Regional’s STEAM Cooking Camp called, “Hey Mom and Dad, Let Me Cook Dinner!” During the camp Gabi learned how to prepare healthy meals and snacks while learning proper knife handling skills, safety in the kitchen and how to read and follow recipes like a chef.
Tri-County Graphic Communications held an alumni panel who spoke to sophomores, juniors and seniors about their specific paths after high school – and each is very different from the next! They also included how STEM plays a role in their Continuing Education and Career Paths. The alumni careers vary from graphic design, photography to entrepreneurial business in landscape design and organic farming.
Tri-County Grade 9 students recently participated in a statewide educational program presented by Massachusetts Fallen Heroes as they were educated about Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day with an emphasis on service, freedom and sacrifice. It is the hope that students will participate in memorial events in their communities.