2019 Community Partner Recognition Breakfast

TCPS celebrated Community Partners at our fourth annual Recognition Breakfast! More that 900 businesses, organizations and individuals were invited to the event. Attendees were treated to a delicious breakfast prepared by the Easton High Culinary Arts students, along with musical entertainment by the Easton High Jazz Band. Thank you to the Talbot Community for their tremendous support for schools, teachers and students!

2019 Community Partner Recognition Breakfast

TCPS celebrated Community Partners this morning at our fourth annual Recognition Breakfast!  More that 900 businesses, organizations and individuals were invited to the event. Attendees were treated to a delicious breakfast prepared by the Easton High Culinary Arts students, along with musical entertainment by the Easton High Jazz Band. Thank you to the Talbot Community for their tremendous support for schools, teachers and students!

The program included recognition of a Partner of the Year for each of the nine schools in the district, as well as a District Partner of the Year and Internship Partner of the Year as follows:

District Partner of the Year Award: Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore

Internship Partner of the Year Award: Ryan Foster, MS, RN, CNML, NEA-BC
Manager of Emergency Services, UM Shore Regional Health

Easton Elementary Dobson: Margaret C. McGrath, DMD, MPH -Kent Island Pediatric Dentistry

Easton Elementary Moton: Whiting -Turner Contracting Company

Chapel District Elementary: Environmental Concern

Easton Middle: Keasha Haythe CEcD- The Foundation of Hope, Inc.

Easton High: Mid Shore Graphics, LLC

St. Michaels Elementary: Higgins & Spencer, Inc.

St. Michaels Middle High: Mr. Lee Brown

Tilghman Elementary: Tilghman After School Kids

White Marsh Elementary: Chick-fil-A ~ Easton

 


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