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So much has changed in our world, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect all of our lives. While school this year looks very different for both students and staff. What has not changed is the commitment of TCPS staff to face our new challenges head on to be versatile, flexible and creative, while maintaining a focus on doing what is right for children.
Our theme for the 2020-21 school year is #RESILIENCE. I’m confident that TCPS staff will continue to be the difference for the children we serve. Thank you for your support!
Dr. Griffith and Education Foundation Board members presented medals to the “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?” 2021 Champions from White Marsh Elementary School. (left to right) Aarav Hinduja; Ms. Kim Seidel, Principal; Ryleigh Groce; Dr. Kelly Griffith, Superintendent; Lane Kennedy; Mr. David Short, Education Foundation Board Chair for
Dr. Helga Einhorn, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, presented the latest changes to the Maryland State Department of Education graduation requirements (COMAR13A.03.02) to the Talbot County Board of Education at their June meeting. In May, the Maryland State Board of Education approved revisions to COMAR13A.03.02, which outlines the Graduation
Since 2016, Talbot County Public Schools has been celebrating and thanking Community Partners at an annual breakfast prepared by the district’s Culinary Arts Program. A District Community Partner of the Year is recognized, as well as a partner of the year for each school and one for the Internship Program.
Talbot County Public Schools held a reception honoring 15 employees who will retire at the end of this school year. Their combined service totals more than 335 years. Left to Right: Rowena Potter, Alan Smith, Debra Thomson, Tony Mills, Dawn Gencel, Michael Butler, Beverly Mayhew, Brian Willey, Jonathan Hammond. Also