Tri-County RVTHS Receives Donation From The Michael Simmons Charitable Foundation
(Franklin, MA)— Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School’s Education Foundation is excited to announce receiving a $40,000 donation from the Michael Simmons Charitable Foundation (MSCF) Board of Directors, which will go towards supporting the high school and its student body.
“We truly appreciate this wonderful donation from the Michael Simmons Charitable Foundation. Every day, our teachers and staff work to provide students with a comprehensive academic education and state-of-the-art technical skills through creative and cooperative partnerships with local employers. Whether for college, the service or employment, Tri-County strives to prepare students for the twenty-first century. This donation will go towards supporting just that,” said Tri-County Superintendent-Director, Stephen Dockray.
MSCF, based out of Colorado, seeks to support organizations who embody their mission “maintenance, support, health, education.”
“Education is critical to the future of our youth, our country, and our world. Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School Education Foundation offers students a way to enhance their skills and express their creativity through its occupational & vocational education programs and its encouragement of & participation in extra-curricular competitions. By enabling and encouraging students to learn these skills, you help each individual succeed, and, in turn, they contribute to the vitality of our communities,” wrote the MSCF Board of Directors in a letter. “Thank you for your courage and vision.”
Established in 1977, Tri-County RVTHS has just under 1,000 students enrolled from Bristol, Middlesex and Norfolk counties.