Showing posts with label tri-county. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tri-county. Show all posts

Saturday, June 22, 2024

Franklin Youth Open Track & Field meets set for Tuesday's in July

Franklin Youth Open Track & Field
Franklin Youth Open Track & Field

Coach Bailey (@FranklinHSXC) posted  on Fri, Jun 21, 2024:
"The summer youth meets are back! Join the FHS and Tri-county track and field teams as we host three open youth meets beginning on July 9th.

The entry fee gets you unlimited events so don't t miss out. Any current or former track athletes are welcome to volunteer"

Shared from -> https://t.co/qjEy1UNNvv



Friday, June 7, 2024

Friday, May 17, 2024

Invitation to Crafters to Participate at the Franklin Newcomers and Friends Craft Fair

The Franklin Newcomers and Friends Club is accepting applications for booth space at their 49th Annual Craft Fair, Saturday, November 9, 2024, 9 AM to 3 PM at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School in Franklin

This is a juried craft fair for artisan crafters to sell their hand made items; we do not accept MLM companies or other resellers. The deadline for applications is July 15th.

Visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FranklinNewcomersCraftFair/ for more information and to access the application.


Thursday, May 16, 2024

Tri-County announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian for Class of 2024

Peyton Griffin
Peyton Griffin
Peyton Griffin is honored with the title of Valedictorian, maintaining the highest grade point average in the graduating class of 2024. Throughout her four years at Tri-County, Peyton has excelled in her academic classes as well as her vocational program. Peyton is an ambitious student who has challenged herself to the most rigorous courses Tri-County has to offer, successfully completing five Advanced Placement courses and several honors level courses.

Peyton is a quiet leader who models high expectations for herself and for her peers in all that she does. In addition to her impressive academic success, Peyton has been an exceptional student in the Health Careers program. She has earned numerous certifications, including her nursing assistant certification, which she has utilized at her co-op placement at Willow Crossing throughout this past year. She is a member of the National Honor Society and active in SkillsUSA. 

Peyton will be attending Bryant University in the Fall, where she will continue her education as a Health Sciences major. We wish Peyton the very best and know that she will be an asset to the Bryant University community.

Callie Schweitzer is honored with the title of Salutatorian, maintaining the
Callie Schweitzer
Callie Schweitzer

second highest grade point average in the graduating class of 2024. Callie is an ambitious student who has challenged herself to the most rigorous courses Tri-County has to offer, successfully completing five Advanced Placement courses and several honors level courses. She is an intelligent, detail-oriented, hardworking student with an impressive resumé. She was a member of NASA HUNCH (High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware) as a Design & Prototyping Finalist at Johnson Space Center. 

Callie led a team that developed a Nanolab which could be used by researchers around the world to study insects on the International Space Station. She competes on the robotics team and is a Skills USA Medalist in Architectural Drafting. She has received Engineering Technology Outstanding Student awards, Academic Excellence awards in math and science, is a National Honor Society member and a Mayflower League Volleyball All Star. She participates in cooperative education as an environmental engineer intern with Environmental Partners in Quincy, MA. She also works part-time at CVS and Brand New Ballgame all while taking college electives at Husson University. 

Callie plans on studying Civil Engineering at Wentworth Institute of Technology, where she undoubtedly will be an asset to her university community.

Thursday, May 9, 2024

Tri-County Cougar Community Night - May 14

"Don't miss this opportunity to talk to our staff and students about our extracurricular offerings!!!"
Tri-County Cougar Community Night - May 14
Tri-County Cougar Community Night - May 14

For more about Tri-County visit them on the web at -> https://www.tri-county.us/

Saturday, May 4, 2024

Registration for Tri-County summer camp is open now

Check out Tri-County's summer camp offerings for students in grades 6 - 8 (during the 2024-25 school year)!  
Each camper gets a t-shirt and their choice of one of our amazing experiences!  
Use the link to register today ! https://ow.ly/qW7l50RvF1c
Use the link to register today !  https://ow.ly/qW7l50RvF1c
Use the link to register today ! https://ow.ly/qW7l50RvF1c



Friday, May 3, 2024

Tri-County Drama Club presents "A Simpler Time" May 3 & May 4

"A Simpler Time"
 "A Simpler Time"

 

On Friday May 3rd and Saturday May 4th, the TC Drama Club presents A Simpler Time.   
Come travel with us in a deceptively low budget time machine as we search for a time when life was SIMPLE. 
Join us at 7 pm in the TC Auditorium. 
Tickets are $5 cash at the door. We hope to see you there!

Friday, April 12, 2024

Public Hearing scheduled by the Planning Board for the Tri-County RVTHS new building - May 6

In accordance with the Town of Franklin Zoning By-Laws, the Franklin Planning Board will hold a public hearing at the Town Hall (and can also be attended remotely) on Monday, May 6, 2024 at 7:00 PM in the Town Council Chambers of the Franklin Municipal Building, 355 East Central Street, for a Site Plan application titled “Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School” prepared by Stephen Powers of Samiotes Consultants Inc., Southborough, MA and submitted to the Department of Planning & Community Development on April 9, 2024, by the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical School District, Franklin, MA.

The property is located in the Rural Residential II Zoning District (Assessors Map 259 Lot 004) at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School on 147 Pond Street. The Applicant is proposing the redevelopment of the existing school campus for a new school building and associated reconfigured vehicular and athletic areas.

Please note: This will be your only written notice of this public hearing. Should the Planning Board vote to continue this Public Hearing, the date and time will be posted on the Planning Board’s website under Agendas.

Please contact the Department of Planning & Community Development at (508) 520-4907 if you require further information or if you need to make arrangements to provide translation services for the hearing impaired, or for persons with language barriers.

Copies of the plan and supporting documentation may be reviewed in the Department of Planning & Community Development during regular office hours.

Greg Rondeau, 
Chairman

Public Hearing scheduled by the Planning Board for the Tri-County VTHS new building - May 6
Public Hearing scheduled by the Planning Board for the Tri-County VTHS new building - May 6

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

Talkin' TC Episode 5: Mental Health Awareness (video)

"On this episode, we shine the spotlight on the many support services offered here on campus. 
Our guest is Mrs. Freya Messias, L.R.C., M.A., one of three school adjustment counselors on staff. She discusses a multitude of topics as well as discussing her background and offering sound advice."


Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Talkin' TC Episode 4: Student Voices (video)

"On this episode we hear from a trio of students, all seniors, walking us through their TC Journey as their time on Pond Street is coming to a close."

Video link -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZl4cp65kjc 

Monday, April 8, 2024

Talkin TC Episode 3: Brianna Boothe (video)

"Learn about the journey of one of our own Brianna Boothe from student to co op employee to instructor.  
Along the way Ms. Boothe gives plentiful advice and guidance, all born out of her experiences in and around the TC community."


Friday, April 5, 2024

Tri-County Second Trimester 2023-2024 Honor Roll Released

Below is a full listing of the 368 students by grade and community who made the High or Regular Honor Roll for the second trimester of the 2023-24 academic year.  For students to make the High Honor Roll they must have A's in each of their academic offerings. Students qualifying for the regular Honor Roll must have A's and B's in all of their academic subjects.


Tri-County RVTHS 2023-2024 School Year T2 HONOR ROLL

Grade 9 – High Honors

Attleboro Falls - Dallas Seale

Franklin - Erin Anagnos, Sabrina Gaul, Gracie Healy, Aiden Nashawaty, Madeline Plausse

Millis - Lydia Chen, Kathryn Quilop

Norfolk - Lilliana Fox

North Attleborough - Brooke Durant, Noelle Korenbaum, Liam O'Connor, Andrew Wainwright

Plainville - Kaylie Bernier, Tyler Cecere, Aidan Forrester, Nathanael Hatami, Luca Marshall

Seekonk - Jocelyn Walberg

Walpole - Elle Marshall, Owen Velasco-O'Donovan

Wrentham - Julia Alves, Jack Boucher

Grade 9 - Honors

Attleboro - Jack Brunnenmeyer

Bellingham - Samantha Pultz

Franklin - Joseph Bassignani, Yasmin Botelho, Travis Bourque, Andrew Campagna, Ernest Carruthers, Aiden Chew, Chrislani Colon, Matthew David, Justin Gard, Emmalyn Hess, Jaira Jenks, Victoria Kruse, Nolan Laliberte, Matthew Laughman, Brandon O'Connor, Annais Perez-Rivera, Gavin Roche, Bella Souza, Kevin Tenore, Hailee Wenger, Cole Ziegler

Medfield - Kloe Hurst, Ellis Wingett

Medway - Lucas Bianco, Alison Bliss, Anthony Celli, Bradley Fitzgerald, Angel Laboy, Wyatt Uhe

Milford - Jonathan Ferrante

Millis - Delia LeBlanc, Mackenzie Rodriguez

Norfolk - Blayke Barrows, Matthew Moore

North Attleborough - Yousef Abdel Alrahim, Lyla Berthelette, Mariela Bonilla, Summer Charpentier, Sara Couchon, Brodie Dion, Josiah Dise, Lana Louro, Allison MacLennan, Landyn McCormick, Sadie Mozart, Nicholas O'Brien, Emelise Pimentel, Layla Santsaver, Owen Smith, Isabella Sousa, Addisen Trella, Kylie Vierkant, William Vinitsky Higgins, Vanessa Vuilliomenet, Anthony White, Makenna Whitty

Plainville - Gyanni Calhoun, Brianna Cardona-Ortez, Kerin Connolly, Lilian Freeman, Olivia Leskow, Ryan Marchand

Seekonk - Sierra Graca, Michael Jeffrey, Oliver Marcotte, Mark McKay

Walpole - Madison Benoit, Leia Donlan, Ava Gillespie, Zamirah Jean-Gilles, Isaiah Millet, Richard Shea

Wrentham - Lucas Farrell, Jacqueline Johnston, Jemma Ruiz, Neila Schweitzer

Grade 10 – High Honors

Franklin - Francis Gallo, James Gallo, Rebecca Hall, Grayson Lennon, Molly Luccini, Noah Salvesen

Medway - Colleen Layton

Norfolk - Michael Love, Miley Richardson

North Attleborough - Reina Batista

Plainville - Loren Brundrett, Connor Fountain, Jacob Kinahan, Patrick O'Neill, Ignacio Rivera, Victoria Wilson

Seekonk - Cian Shaw

Walpole - Shane Driscoll, Amy Manzanarez, James Robertson

Wrentham - Ava Gill

Grade 10 – Honors

Bellingham - Tarek Nahas, Samantha Tofani

Franklin - Christopher Cobb, Sean Gill, Colleen Kennally, Lilith Kriz, Hayden Lafountain, Brady Liberman, Kylie MacDonald, Isabella Poulin, Makenzy Quigley, Morgan Ross, Desirae Rutledge

Medway - Sophie Anderson, Avary Cosme, Tyler Forgione, Alyssa Furbush, Joseph Gillett, Rey Heney,

Braelynn MacMillan, Jesse Mispilkin, Abigail Sepulveda, Luke Smith

Milford - Max Guaman

Millis – Christopher Pinto, Matthew Pinto

Norfolk - Rhys Beck, Dominic Mastroianni, Zachary Mullen

North Attleborough - Adriana Avila, Brady Cox, Mackenzie Duffy, Brady Durant, Jessica Goforth, Suleiman Hejazi, Jackson Kullich, Fiona MacLean, Naomy Morales Garcia, Joli Parah, Evan Renzi, Brody Resendes, Hunter Thompkins, Declan Walker

Plainville - Chloe Albert, Morgan Arsenault, Alexandra Cullen, Colin Flanagan, Sadie Jasset, Vander

Medeiros, Ava Reynolds, Emma Wallick

Seekonk - Riley Bodick, Sarah Escola, Alena King, Anthony Porraro, Alexis Rego, Adison Sobczak

Sherborn - Alexander Arnone

Walpole - Alexei Ciampa, Kyle Daly, Nourhane Elouannasse, Luis Vazquez, Charlie Whelan

Wrentham - Neela Buckley, James Dwinell, Vincenzo Gaybor, Abigail McGowan, Cayden Noll, Alexander Pollard, Colby Scarsciotti, Joseph Zahner

Grade 11 – High Honors

Franklin - Conor Cadorette, Sunny Dion, Nicholas Harootunian, Clancy Harrington, Brendan Purvis, Alden Welch-Tyree

Medway - Alicia Hall

Millis - Ephraim Aday, Derek McGuire

North Attleborough - Christina Abdel Alrahim, Kyle Gorman, Maggie Handren, Sydney Piette, Evan Rivas,

Allyson Sheroff, Sarah Vuilliomenet

Seekonk - Grace Gordon, Jack Pardi, Seth Varhol

Walpole - Grace Kennedy

Wrentham - Hannah Knust Graichen, Lily Sedam

Grade 11 – Honors

Attleboro - Janayja Colon, Jay Lange, Ava Membreno, Amanda Shanahan

Bellingham - Nathan Fritz, Erika Russell, Jolee Tofani

Franklin - Sydnie Anagnos, Lucy Collins, William Hines, Jefferson Nixon Israel, Logan Keszycki, Mateo Kiessling, Jacob Levitt, Gabriella Pirrotta, Ayden Shea, Eric Talamini

Medway - Corey Ball, Julia Bourbeau, Lillian Brasier, William Chenette, Madisyn Downs, Daniella Rigueiro, Tyler Winston

Milford - Kailyn Gibson

Millis - Isabella Carmichael, Robert Geddes, Jessica Morrissey

Norfolk - Paul Comperchio, William Ford, Jacqueline Mullen, Amiyah Sullivan

North Attleborough - Jordi Arias Ventura, Tyler Bellavance, Andrae Buttrick, Diego Canales, Nicholas Daday, Jonathan Dise, Hailee Dockery, Matilda Keating, Elizabeth Lanthier, Davin Lumnah, Andrew McCally, Dearah Roca, Devin Roca, Marialis Sanguinett, Amelia Schurman, Audrey Weishaar, Nathan Wood, Madison Wright

Plainville - Kailynn Appolon, Olivia Brundrett, Kevin Compagnone, Samyia Correia, Caleb Drinan, Grace Federico, Alexis Harlow, Annie Hatami, Makenna Jones, Haley Kunicki, Leonardo Oliveira, Grady Weir

Seekonk - William Godfrey, Alexander Gries, Patrick Canavan, Thomas O'Shaughnessy, Charlie Rouhana

Wrentham - Noah Gable, Ashlynn Groom, Brody Letscher, Brian Lydon, Martin McCrave, Ethan Scarsciotti

Grade 12 – High Honors

Franklin - Ava Cossette, Shawn Dignan, Eden Dumas, Caeden Parisi, Lino Pirrotta

Medway - Sinead Bergeron, Breann MacMillan

Millis - Dominic Scannell

Norfolk - Noah Renner

North Attleborough - Nicholas Lanci, Samantha McCarthy, Isabelle Plante, Raiana Willis, Ivy Young

Seekonk - Peyton Griffin

Walpole - Nicholas Kraynack, Lucas Volpe

Wrentham - Nova Sheerin, Abigail Tranquillino, Ryan Zagrodny

Grade 12 – Honors

Attleboro - Evie Brunnenmeyer, Dayrin Cardona, Morgan Chadsey, Joshua Reetz, Joshua Reynolds, Ashley Umanzor-Martinez

Bellingham - Eduarda Defigueiredo, Robert Kleimola

Blackstone - Myah Cabral

Franklin - Hailey Antonitis, Nora Cieszkowski, Savanna Cusson, Maggie David, Nicholas Ewanchuk, Dylan Gonzalez, Savannah Nosek, Danielle Viola

Medway - Emma DeGregorio, Emma Fontecchio, Shawn Markow, Nathan McCurdy, Justin Will

Milford - Destiny Carroll

Millis - Samuel Noonan, Makenna Phelps

Norfolk - Andrew Nelson

North Attleborough - Carol Abdel Alrahim, Kimberly Avalo, Hannah Ayre, Justin Brissette, Shealyn Caffrey, Kaylee Chouinard, Samuel DeForest, Kaitlynn DiChiara, Elijah Dukes, Caroline Fontanez, Alexis Hubert, Erin Hutchinson, John Ioven, Lillian Kerziner, Emma Latham, Savana Martinsen, Julianna Ross, Keegan Walker, Quinn Wise, Jonah Yeaton

Plainville - Dominic Crisafi, Gabrielle Dergham, Madison Dowd, Hannah Flood, Alfonso Gomez, Ava Morneau, Matthew Noonan, Andrew Pavidis, Ashley Sedam

Seekonk - Troy Casto, Caleb Helgerson, Jarrad Klang, Elizabeth Lafleur, Samuel Marcotte

Walpole - Jordan Anderson, Anthony Brandolo, Stephanie De Leon Zambrano, Kimberly Garcia Perez, James Hazeldine, Emma Jameson, Tommy Jameson, Kayla Johnson, Erik Larson, Liam McMahon, Melena Millet, Stephanie Pereira, Ethan Timothy Roco, Rose Tripp, Alexander Vasilyev, Sean Vengren

Wrentham - Molly McDermott, Vincent Palmieri, Amelia Rietz, Callie Schweitzer

Tri-County Second Trimester 2023-2024 Honor Roll Released
Tri-County Second Trimester 2023-2024 Honor Roll Released

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Notice of Intent - Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School - Conservation

Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Ch. 131, s.40 (Wetlands Protection Act), the Franklin Conservation Commission will hold a Hybrid Public Hearing on Thursday, April 18, 2024 at 7:07 PM for a Notice of Intent filed by Stephen Powers of Samiotes Consultants, Inc., Framingham, MA, on behalf of Karen Maguire, School Superintendent of Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School, Franklin, MA. The project proposes the dismantling of an existing solar array and the construction of a new Vocational Technical High School and athletic fields, with associated parking, stormwater, drainage, and grading. Approximately 4,906 square feet of work is proposed within Bordering Vegetated Wetlands (BVW) and/or Isolated Vegetated Wetlands (IVW), with 28,865 sf of work occurring within the 25- foot “No Disturbance” zone of BVW and/or IVW, 40,767 sf of work occurring within the 25- to 50-foot Buffer Zone to BVW and/or IVW, and 137,105 sf of work occurring within the 100-foot Buffer Zone of BVW and/or IVW.
The Project is located at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School, 147 Pond Street, Map 259, Lot 4, within the Rural Residential II Zone.
The hearing will provide an open forum for the discussion. This meeting will be done remotely via the “ZOOM” platform and “In-person” in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, 355 East Central Street. Residents can visit the Town Website (www.franklinma.gov) and click on the Town Calendar for up to date information on how to access the meeting.
All records and files for this project can be viewed at the Conservation Office located on the first floor of the Franklin Municipal Building.
Any person or organization so wishing will be afforded an opportunity to be heard. The hearing location is accessible to persons with physical disabilities. If you require a translator or accommodations for a hearing impairment, contact the Conservation Department at the Municipal Building or by calling (508) 520-4929.
Jeff Livingstone 
Conservation Chair
Notice of Intent - Tri-County
Notice of Intent - Tri-County

Monday, March 25, 2024

Tri-County Regional: This episode of Talkin' TC features Graphics instructor Ms. Brianna Boothe (video)

Tri-County Regional (@TriCountyRVTSD) posted Sat, Mar 23, 2024:
In the latest episode of Talkin' TC, we hear from one of our own, Graphics instructor Ms. Brianna Boothe. Ms. Boothe shares some great wisdom and advice. Come along on her journey by listening. #TalkinTC  Video link -> https://t.co/j1dYP8Q8LB

Saturday, March 9, 2024

Tri-County introduces podcast; first episodes feature 1 - Steve LaPlante & 2 - Dana Walsh (video)

Talkin' TC Episode 1: Steve LaPlante 

"Many in and around the TC community and wrestling world are well aware of the many accomplishments of Coach Steve LaPlante. His program is synonymous with success and excellence and for preparing student-athletes to win not only on the mat and classroom but in their lives long after the headgear is put away. In this episode, we will learn more about what makes Coach LaPlante tick and gain insight into his background and motivation."


Talkin' TC Episode 2: Dana Walsh

"We took the opportunity to sit down with first-year principal Ms. Dana Walsh to discuss her background, plans moving forward and general thoughts on leadership."




Friday, March 8, 2024

Congrats to Eduarda Defiguirido, Tri-County student who designed the Porchfest Logo

"Great job by Grade 12 graphics student Eduarda Defiguirido for having her logo selected to appear on all branding for the upcoming Franklin Porchfest Event slated for early June in which live music and played outside of homes. #SaveTheTrades"

For more about PorchFest visit -> https://franklin.porchfest.info/

Congrats to Eduarda Defiguirido, Tri-County student who designed the Porchfest Logo
Congrats to Eduarda Defiguirido, Tri-County student who designed the Porchfest Logo


Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School congratulates 20 students for induction into NHS

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School wishes to congratulate the 20 students who were inducted into the Peter Rickard chapter of the National Honor Society in a recently-completed ceremony in the company of their peers, family, friends and school faculty, staff and administrators.  The inspirational keynote address was delivered by Mr. John Becker, a member of the TC staff, the faculty leader of the new cornhole club, and a former regional sales manager.

Election to the National Honor Society requires the demonstration of four personal characteristics: scholarship, leadership, character, and service.  Candidates’ applications are reviewed and evaluated by a panel of six Faculty members who recommend NHS membership to the Principal, Mrs. Dana M. Walsh, for approval. 

 

The new NHS Members were sworn-in and promised to uphold the four pillars of the National Honor Society.  As part of the ceremony, each new member acknowledged a teacher who has made a strong impact upon them.  

Chapter leadership was introduced and sworn-in as officers for the class of 2024 including:

 

President: Ivy Young

Vice President: Nicholas Ewanchuk

Secretary: Carol Abdel Alrhim

Treasurer: Matthew Noonan

Social Media manager: Ryan Zagrodny

Ambassadors: Kaylee Chouinard (Administration), Savannah Nosek (Design), Emma Jameson (Culture)

 

In addition, the accomplishments of the current NHS seniors were recognized.  

spearheaded many new traditions that I hope to see remain in future years, including 

  • Senior Sunrise on the first day of school, 
  • A school-wide awareness initiative and fundraiser for suicide prevention
  • A well-executed fundraiser with Panera, 
  • a fall Dodgeball tournament in collaboration with Student Council, 
  • a student and faculty art gallery evening that raised over $200 to donate to the Maui Strong fund,
  • targeted support for TC teachers, 
  • an effort to begin a student boosters program to market and support existing efforts of student clubs and sports
  • and the continuation of our longstanding tradition of a spring Speedball tournament and fundraiser.

 

Together, the groups of 38 NHS seniors have contributed over 624 hours of community service this year.  The types of service they have provided range from school-related events such as open houses, freshmen orientation, athletic leadership, and School Committee meetings, to support of our wider communities through religious groups, Scouting, local food pantries, specialty camps, blood drives, youth sports, police department community events, public library initiatives, animal shelters, and hospital or healthcare settings.  Four seniors were acknowledged for each documenting more than 40 hours of community service this year: Dylan Sullivan, Alexis Hubert, Emma Latham, Savana Martinsen

 

Below is a list of the students, by community, who gained induction into NHS:

Franklin
Conor Cadorette ‘25
Sunny Dion ‘25
Nicholas Harootunian ‘25
Brendan Purvis ‘25
Eric Talamini ‘25

Medway
Nathan McCurdy, ‘24


Millis

Connor Girouard ‘25

 

Norfolk
Jacqueline Mullen ‘25


North Attleboro
Christina Abdel Alrahim ‘25
Tyler Bellavance ‘25
Maggie Handren ‘25
Matilda Keating ‘25
Sydney Piette ‘25
Jack Simmons ‘25

Plainville
Annie Hatami ‘25


Seekonk
Cayden Bourassa ‘25
Jack Pardi ‘25

Walpole
Kaleigh Stenstrom ‘25

Wrentham

Noah Gable ‘25
Martin McCrave ‘25

Tuesday, January 30, 2024

Family Fest & Home Show scheduled for Tri-County on March 23, 2024

Exciting Opportunity for Local Businesses!  
Join Our Family Fest & Home Show
Attention all local entrepreneurs and businesses! We're inviting you to be a part of our upcoming Family Fest & Home Show. It's a great platform to showcase your products and services directly to a community eager to support local businesses. Connect with families, network with other businesses, and get more leads!
Save the Date: Saturday, March 23 10 AM – 2 PM
Location: Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School
Booth spaces are filling up quickly! Sign up soon to reserve your spot and be a part of this fantastic community event.

Family Fest & Home Show scheduled for Tri-County on March 23, 2024
Family Fest & Home Show scheduled for Tri-County on March 23, 2024

Thursday, January 25, 2024

Tri-County Children's Center Preschool Registration To Open February 1

Registration and Open House for the Tri-County Children's Center preschool program for 2024–2025 will begin on Thursday, February 1.  Applications can be found on the preschool's website, TCChildrensCenter.com.

Open Houses will be held on Thursday, February 8 from 12:15-1:45 PM and Friday, February 9 from 9-10:30 AM at the Tri-County Regional High School in Franklin at 147 Pond Street.  Parents will be able to view the laboratory preschool while children engage in developmentally appropriate activities.

Tri-County Children's Center Preschool Registration To Open February 1
Tri-County Children's Center Preschool Registration To Open February 1

Placement is limited to residents of the 11 towns within the Tri-County District, Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole and Wrentham.  Admission is decided through a lottery system.  Registration will be made open to other towns if spaces are not filled by residents within the district.

The random drawing to determine which of the children registered will be enrolled will take place on Wednesday, March 6, 2024.  The number of children registered has traditionally far exceeded the number of spaces available so the random drawing was established.   Those names not selected in the drawing are placed on a waiting list.

Birth certificates for children being registered must accompany all registration forms.  Registration is limited to those children who are at least age 3 years by September 15, 2024 for the three-day program. A $25.00 non-refundable registration fee is due at registration time.  Enrollment is limited to two years or part of two years for the preschool program, as long as the child is age eligible.

Preschool sessions are Tuesday-Thursday from 8:50 -11:20 a.m. for the three-day program. Tuition will be $45 per week and class size is limited to 30 children.

Three instructors in the Tri-County Early Education Program supervise the preschool program, and are assisted by students in the Early Education Major.

 For more information, please visit TCChildrensCenter.com.


Saturday, January 6, 2024

Congressman Auchincloss and Representative Roy Visit Tri-County Campus

On Friday, Jan 5, 2024 Congressman Jake Auchincloss and State Representative Jeff Roy paid a visit to Tri-County RVTHS to meet with school administrators, School Committee members and tour the facility.  It was the first time Congressman Auchincloss was on campus while Representative Roy, a long-time friend, has paid many visits to 147 Pond Street.

Dr. Karen Maguire, Rep Roy, Congressman Auchincloss
Dr. Karen Maguire, Rep Roy, Congressman Auchincloss

Following a gathering with members of TC's Upper Administration, the duo toured the school with Superintendent Dr. Karen Maguire and School Committee member, past chair and TC alum Mr. Brian Mushnick.

"It gave our entire school community the utmost pride to host Congressman Auchincloss and Representative Roy," Dr. Maguire said. "It is one thing to have conversations and exchange correspondence but to have these two men on campus and see with their own eyes all the great things going on within these walls, is a special moment for all of us."

Tri-County_Congressman Auchincloss and State Representative Jeff Roy Visit Tri-County RVTHS
Congressman Auchincloss and State Representative Jeff Roy Visit Tri-County RVTHS

On the tour Congressman Auchincloss and Representative Roy were afforded the opportunity to interact with instructors and students while witnessing first-hand the plethora of benefits inherent in Career Technical Education (CTE). A productive dialogue took place in the hallways and stairwells between shops as Dr. Maguire enthusiastically discussed Tri-County's future which includes a new facility.

Since its founding in 1977, the mission of Tri-County's Regional Vocational Technical High School is to provide an excellent comprehensive technical and academic education to regional high school students. State-of-the-art technical skills and knowledge are enriched and complemented by a solid foundation of academic skills. Creative and cooperative partnerships between area employers and a dynamic staff at Tri-County guarantee the continued growth and development of exciting programs designed to prepare graduates for careers in the twenty-first century. The school proudly services the communities of Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole and Wrentham. For more, visit the school online at www.tri-county.us or any of our social media platforms.