The Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School District is pleased to announce two of the six teams that participated in this year’s NASA HUNCH Program were selected as semi-finalists. The NASA HUNCH Program allows vocational students to help develop important features and hardware for the International Space Station (ISS). Each year a set of approximately...
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International Space Station and astronaut.
Check out the full story and interview on WBZ News Radio about our Engineering Students partnering with NASA HUNCH to build hardware to be used in the International Space Station.
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Three sophomore engineering students, Camden Schweitzer, Anna Weidman, and Annika Yanoshak, have designed an innovative all-inclusive and accessible playground to aid in the joy of those with disabilities.  The students were challenged with creating and presenting an innovative engineering project to present at SkillsUSA.  Tri-County Special Education teacher, Bill LaPlant, has a daughter Penny who uses a...
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Three students in the Engineering Technology Program and their instructor at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School traveled to Houston, TX last week from April 15 through April 17, 2019 to present a device they designed to NASA engineers and astronauts as part of the HUNCH program.   High School Students United with NASA to Create...
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The Grand Opening of the Newly Renovated Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing Center was recently celebrated on Friday, March 1, 2019.   The newly renovated Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Center at Tri-County includes a state-of-the-art hands-on learning environment with advanced manufacturing technology including machinery for cutting, machining and designing of metal parts with extremely high precision, down...
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