This year, Tri-County is offering in-person summer school. Students will work with certified content teachers to learn and practice content and skills. Teachers will utilize a variety of platforms, including but not limited to: APEX, itslearning, Edulastic, Delta Math and other teacher created modules. Teachers will assist students and will provide additional materials and instruction on an individual, as-needed basis.
Classes will run 8:00am – 10:00am, 10:00am – 12:00pm, and 12:20pm – 2:20pm. Classes begin Monday, July 12 and run Monday through Thursday for three weeks, ending July 29. This program will include lunch for students who stay for all three sessions. Transportation will be provided by Tri-County. The busses will arrive in time for the 8 am class and leave after session II at 12:00 pm and after session III at 2:20pm. Students who have only one session are encouraged to continue working or secure a ride home at 10:00 am. Bus routes will be posted on the Tri-County website during the first week in July. There will be a fee for students to attend this summer program.
Each session will run for two hours each day. This will total twenty-four hours of in-person instruction with an additional six hours of students doing work on their own, outside of class, to get to the thirty required hours. Students must complete 30 hours to pass each course and must earn a minimum grade of 70% to pass.
All students should report to the cafeteria between 7:50am - 8:00am for Session I on Monday, July 12. Students arriving for Session II should report to the cafeteria by 10:00 am on the first day. Classrooms, expectations, and guidelines will be reviewed with students in the cafeteria on the first day. All Tri-County rules are in effect during summer school. Please come with a notebook, and either a pen or pencil. Chromebooks will be distributed on the first day.
Students will be assigned a session based on the number of courses they need to take. If a student has one or two courses to make-up, they must attend sessions I and II. Sessions III is only for students who fail three courses. The “Get Back on Track” program is for students who fail one, two, or three core academic classes. If you have any questions, please call Melissa Beckmann at 508-528-5400 X258.
Summer School for the 2021 school year is only available to TC Students.
1. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS JULY 2, 2021. Tri-County student cost is $150 per course.
2. REGISTRATIONS RECEIVED JULY 3-9, 2021 Tri-County student cost is $175 per course.
3. Once the Summer School class schedules are finalized, you will be notified of your student's schedule with exact times.
Chromebooks will be assigned on the first day of Summer School.
Classes begin on Monday, July 12, 2021 and run through Thursday, July 29, 2021. Classes meet 4 days a week for 3 weeks, 2 hours per session in school and 6 hours per session outside of school, asynchronously, for 30 hours of instruction.
First session: Begins promptly at 8:00am and ends at 10:00am
Second session: Begins promptly at 10:00am and ends at 12:00pm
Third session: Begins promptly at 12:20pm and ends at 2:20pm
Tuition: The course fees are as follows for the three-week program:
Early Bird Registration (ends 7/2/2021)
Tri-County Student: $150 per course
Registrations Received July 3 – July 9
Tri-County Student: $175 per course
No student will be registered for class if the tuition is not paid in full. Payment must accompany the registration, via cash, check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover, whether by mail or in person.
Please make check payable to: Tri-County RVTHS - Summer School
If you register by mail:
1. Complete the registration form.
2. Enclose the required payment and registration form. No cash if registering by mail.
3. Mail to: Melissa Beckmann, Academic Coordinator Re: Summer School
Tri-County RVTHS, 147 Pond Street, Franklin, MA 02038
Tri-County RVTHS reserves the right to adjust the hours or to cancel courses that do not have sufficient enrollment.
Transportation: Bus routes will be posted on the Tri-County website during the first week in July.
Transportation will be provided by Holmes Transportation, (508) 528-4550
Attendance: The design of the three-week summer program makes it imperative that all students attend classes every day. Time and work must be made up for any absences, late arrivals, or early dismissals.
Conduct: All students are expected to comply with the same rules of conduct which apply in the Tri-County RVTHS during the regular school year. Dress may be comfortable but should keep with prevailing standards for school dress code. The summer program reserves the right to exclude, without refund, those students who do not follow these rules and standards. Discipline problems will not be tolerated. Students will be dismissed from school immediately with the loss of credit and tuition. There is no smoking on school property or in the school building at any time. There will be a $100 fine for anyone caught smoking on school property.