June 18, 2024

Tri-County Valedictorian and Salutatorian

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Peyton Griffin, of Seekonk, is honored with the title of Valedictorian, maintaining the highest grade point average in the graduating class of 2024. Throughout her four years at Tri-County, Peyton has excelled in her academic classes as well as her vocational program. Peyton is an ambitious student who has challenged herself to the most rigorous courses Tri-County has to offer, successfully completing five Advanced Placement courses and several honors level courses.

Peyton is a quiet leader who models high expectations for herself and for her peers in all that she does. In addition to her impressive academic success, Peyton has been an exceptional student in the Health Careers program. She has earned numerous certifications, including her nursing assistant certification, which she has utilized at her co-op placement at Willow Crossing throughout this past year. She is a member of the National Honor Society and active in SkillsUSA. Peyton will be attending Bryant University in the Fall, where she will continue her education as a Health Sciences major. We wish Peyton the very best and know that she will be an asset to the Bryant University community.

Callie Schweitzer is honored with the title of Salutatorian, maintaining the second highest grade point average in the graduating class of 2024. Callie is an ambitious student who has challenged herself to the most rigorous courses Tri-County has to offer, successfully completing five Advanced Placement courses and several honors level courses. She is an intelligent, detail-oriented, hardworking student with an impressive resumé. She was a member of NASA HUNCH (High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware) as a Design & Prototyping Finalist at Johnson Space Center. Callie led a team that developed a Nanolab which could be used by researchers around the world to study insects on the International Space Station. She competes on the robotics team and is a Skills USA Medalist in Architectural Drafting. She has received Engineering Technology Outstanding Student awards, Academic Excellence awards in math and science, is a National Honor Society member and a Mayflower League Volleyball All Star. She participates in cooperative education as an environmental engineer intern with Environmental Partners in Quincy, MA. She also works part-time at CVS and Brand New Ballgame all while taking college electives at Husson University. Callie plans on studying Civil Engineering at Wentworth Institute of Technology, where she undoubtedly will be an asset to her university community.

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