Students in the Early Education program proudly donned shop t-shirts bearing the slogan, "Professional Role Model" on Friday, May 20.
The Class of 2019 will be selling TC Graduation Bears for $12 and TC Cougars for $10 during lunches this week and next week. These stuffed animals are a keepsake that your favorite senior will cherish as they enter the next chapter of their lives. Get them while supplies last!
Class of 2014 gradutes Joe DiOrio, of Wrentham, and Jake Nicastro, of Plainville, returned to Tri-County on Tuesday, May 17, to share their collegiate experiences with students in the Computer Information Systems program.
Students in the Graphic Communications program printed t-shirts for children who have registered for Tri-County's Summer STEAM Camps.
A microgravity scale designed by Tri-County students received second-place honors in the FIRST Future Innovator Award competition.
Computer Information Systems teacher Kim Zogalis was recently named an Expert Instructor by the Cisco Networking Academy's Instructor Excellence Award program.
The Expert Instructor distinction is awarded to high-performing instructors around the world. Instructors are evaluated based on participation in professional development opportunities, attention to student needs, and student performance.
Tri-County Regional’s high school and post-secondary students brought home 41 medals from the SkillsUSA Massachusetts State Leadership and Skills Conference Championships held from April 28 to April 30 in Marlborough.
Tri-County administrators hosted Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, Secretary of Education Jim Peyser, State Rep. John Fernandes, State Rep. Steven Howitt, and State Rep. Jeffrey Roy on Thursday, April 28.
Tri-County Regional senior Rory Hernandez has been accepted to the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design in Providence.
Grade 9 students in the Legal and Protective Services program and the Dental Assisting program recently joined forces for two cross-curriculum labs.