Friday, May 4, 2018

19 Medical Careers Students Celebrated with Pinning Ceremony

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School friends and family members joined Medical Careers instructors, Suzanne Dodakian, Paula Hutchinson and Anne-Marie Guanci in honoring senior students for all their certifications and accomplishments with a 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, and the Alzheimer Association's Dementia Care training.
  • Junior year: Certified Nursing Assistant.
  • Senior Year: Home Health Aide Training, AHA Health Care Provider CPR with AED, and some students completed First Responder Training.
The pinning ceremony honored nineteen seniors in the Medical Careers Program. The students awarded their pins are:
  • Esmirna Amaya of North Attleboro
  • Ashley Barratt of North Attleboro
  • Alyssa Bartick of Plainville
  • Krista Beaulieu of Wrentham
  • Alivia Carney of North Attleboro
  • Katrina Chapman of North Attleboro
  • Rosa DeMartinis of Medway
  • Rianna Deveau of Medway
  • Margaret Dolitka of Franklin
  • Hannah Goudreau of North Attleboro
  • Hannah Graveline of North Attleboro
  • Kassidy Lane of Franklin
  • Isabella Leonardi of Plainville
  • Ryan Malewicz of Mills
  • Amanda Merigo of North Attleboro
  • Kaylee O'Reilly of North Attleboro
  • Alberto Renovato-Sanchez of Franklin
  • Olivia Ryan of North Attleboro
  • Britni Thibodeau of Franklin

19 Medical Careers Students Celebrated with Pinning Ceremony
19 Medical Careers Students Celebrated with Pinning Ceremony

Tri-County RVTHS, located at 147 Pond Street in Franklin, is a recipient of the High Schools That Work Gold Achievement Award and serves the communities of Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole, and Wrentham.

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