Tri-County RVTHS held its annual Senior Project Fair in the high schools’ gymnasium. The event was held for seniors to showcase their amazing innovations to the community as they applied the knowledge and skills they’ve acquired in their career programs toward developing their Senior Project. Four seniors were recognized for their superior creativity and design. They are:
Grade 10 and 12 Legal and Protective Services students recently had their day in court by visiting the John Adams courthouse.
Ms. Batt's Freshman Engineering class recently learned how to hand write the G-Code to mill their designs into wax blocks. G-Code is the generic name for a control language for CNC machines.
The atmosphere was fun, festive and exciting at the Tri-County Post-Secondary Cosmetology Salon.
A big Thank You goes out to Tri-County’s Post-Secondary Cosmetology students who created stunning updos and trendy hair styles for Tri-County’s high school students attending the Prom. See below for more photos of these beauties getting ready for the big night.
We hope everyone had a wonderful time at the Prom!
Tri-County seniors celebrated their pinning ceremony. Since beginning their Medical Careers program, students received the following certifications/training:
Sophomore year: American Heart Association’s First aid and CPR, OSHA, Dean Vaughn Medical Terminology, Alzheimer Association’s Dementia Care training
Junior year: Certified Nursing Assistant
Tri-County Regional’s high school and post-secondary students brought home 36 medals from the SkillsUSA Massachusetts State Leadership and Skills Conference Championships held from April 27 to April 29 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School has been chosen as the regional 2017 recipient of the Silvio Cella Family Foundation grant. The grant program provides high school football teams in Massachusetts funding to help improve playing conditions, increase player safety and participation, purchase needed equipment, and build teamwork, pride and confidence.
What does water, yeast, salt, flour and a zip-lock bag make? Bread, of course!
It was a thrilling culinary adventure for our Early Education preschoolers who recently made bread with Luke Lopez, a Culinary Arts Junior and Early Education Juniors, Madi Martini, Emma Monahan and Kylie Peltier.
FRANKLIN, MA – Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School senior Zachary Keeler, of Bellingham, has been selected as the recipient of the 31st annual Outstanding Vocational Student Award.
The Engineering Technology student received the award during a ceremony and dinner on Thursday, April 13, at the Mechanics Hall in Worcester.
The Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School Cosmetology Program raised $1,800 for 4 Franklin runners who participated in the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge 2017.