A one-story home at Beaver Court stands as one of the many achievements of Tri-County Regional’s Class of 2015, said its president, Bryanna Haskell.
The home – built for the town’s Affordable Housing Trust by seniors studying carpentry, electrical wiring, plumbing and heating – also represents the varied skills that this year’s 238 graduates have learned during their four years at Tri-County, Haskell, of North Attleboro, said.
“Imagine a house located at Beaver Court in Franklin and the family it will shelter,” Haskell told families and friends Sunday at the vocational-technical high school’s 36th commencement exercises. “Through our last four years at TC, every one of us has learned a skill that could touch the lives of those living at 15 Beaver Court, or anywhere around the state, the country or the world.”
Valedictorian Laura Auerbach of Franklin credited those trades, which students took along with a traditional academic schedule, with helping define the graduates’ passions.Continue reading the Milford Daily News Article
|Beaver Court home built by Tri-County students for the Franklin Affordable Housing program|