News/Events

Gingerbread House Entry for She Loves Police
06
Jan

She Loves Police Gingerbread Competition Co-Winner

Usually, it’s said, the third time is the charm. But for the Franklin Police Department, it was more like the first time is the charm when it came to its entry in the 3rd Annual She Loves Police Gingerbread Contest. After entering the regional contest for the first time, the department successfully passed five rounds...
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Trane Presentation
05
Jan

Trane Technology Presents Tri-County with Donation

Representatives of Trane Technologies (NYSE:TT), a global climate innovator in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and transport refrigeration, presented a check in the sum of $27,327.74 to Superintendent, Karen Maguire for the benefit of Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School at their Franklin, MA facility. Through a proven and innovative procurement and contracting process...
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20
Dec

Tri-County students work to prevent elder fraud

Students from the class of 2023 in the Legal and Protective Services Career Program at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical HIgh School are bringing important public safety presentations to several local area senior centers. Read full story here.
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She Loves Police Gingerbread Competition
14
Dec

Culinary Students help Franklin PD competing for one sweet title

A new Franklin police station designed with the help of students at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is among 16 designs under consideration for one of four architectural awards. It’s a truly sweet construction, built with materials that are in abundance this time of year: Gingerbread, royal icing, nonpareils, gumdrops, peppermints, chocolate, frosting and...
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Non-Traditional Career Panelists
10
Dec

Tri-County Freshman Participated in a Discussion with Inspiring Local Speakers with Non-Traditional Careers

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School welcomed a panel of eight speakers, four of which are alum, who are in non-traditional careers on December 1, 2021. A non-traditional career is defined is by the US Department of Labor as an occupation in which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed...
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30
Apr

The Tri-County School Committee has appointed Karen Maguire as the Superintendent-Director as Stephen Dockray retires this summer

The Tri-County School Committee has unanimously appointed Karen Maguire of Carver as the Tri-County RVTHS Superintendent-Director as Stephen Dockray retires on June 30th. Dockray has worked for the Tri-County School District for 15 years, where he started as the Business Manager and transitioned to Superintendent-Director in 2011. As the Business Manager, Dockray was given the...
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