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What a memorable school year! It took a team effort to not only survive but to thrive during this global pandemic! I truly appreciate everyone’s hard work, dedication, flexibility, positive synergy, and smiling eyes with masks in place throughout this school year!
We have learned so much, and I hope that we continue to find the “silver linings” as we move forward. TCPS is busy with Summer Learning programs and preparing for our return to school this Fall. We will post back-to-school information as it becomes available. Stay Safe! Stay Healthy! Stay Hopeful!
David Short, C.P.A. (left) has been named Chair of the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation Board effective July 1, 2021, replacing Laura P. Heikes (right), who has served as Chair since March of 2019. David Short, C.P.A. has been named Chair of the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation
Three graduating seniors from Talbot County High Schools have completed apprenticeships through the Maryland Youth Apprenticeship Program. Elizabeth Wilburt, a senior at Easton High School, is a dual completer of the Computer Science Program and Youth Apprenticeship Program. Working at Choptank Transport in Preston, she was able to apply the
The Talbot County Free Library and the Easton High School Interactive Media Production Career and Technology Pathway are currently showcasing student animations, films, illustrations, and design work throughOctober 27, 2021. This is the fifth year the library has partnered with Easton High School to host an exhibition of student work
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