July 3, 2022
Keyword: High School
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Many students in Ms. Lisa Andrade Almeida and Mrs. Turilli’s Portuguese classes at Seekonk High School participated in the 2022 National Portuguese Exam. This opportunity was offered to all … more
Free High School Equivalency Classes Enrolling NOW! Have you dropped out of high school? Do you have barriers that keep you from getting your high school diploma? We can HELP! In our … more
Over the past 18 years, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology students at Seekonk High School have successfully completed a unit of study in Ecology during the summer prior to the start of the school … more
During the week of April 26, 2021 the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Public School Monitoring (PSM) will conduct a Tiered Focused Monitoring Review of Tri-County … more
Michelle Tilden of Tri-County’s Early Education Program has been awarded the Graduate Student Leadership Award from Fitchburg State University Tri-County's Michelle Tilden, Early Education … more
DROPPED OUT OF SCHOOL? TIRED OF LOW PAYING JOBS? Call NOW to Register for DAY or EVENING Classes to Obtain your High School Credential at Bristol Community College’s Attleboro Campus We … more
Hundreds of bright, pink flamingos will be landing all over East Providence signaling the start of spring! For just $10 you may order a flock to land on the lawn of a fun-loving friend or family … more
View our full session with Daniel here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjAwNiYcqiE Daniel Silva will play the small forward position for the Seekonk Warriors basketball squad this season. He … more
We sat down with Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School's number one men's cross-country runner, Ty Enos. He agreed to spend a few minutes answering questions about anything and everything. Here's … more
Growing pains were a given for Seekonk football this year. In the offseason, they experienced a coaching change, lost almost the entire offensive line, and began to implement an offensive system that … more
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