Talbot County Public Schools
Talbot County Public Schools (TCPS) is a highly driven team of educators dedicated to meeting the learning needs of all children enrolled in our eight schools across the county. We serve a diverse population of more than 4,500 students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12. The staff is committed to providing the instruction, skills, support and guidance to enable our students to graduate ready to advance to college or begin a career. We leverage innovation, inspiration and compassion to empower students to realize their full intellectual potential. It is through collaboration with our community that we succeed, as partnerships with generous businesses, organizations, and individuals are critical to our ability to serve our students and families.
What we offer…FOR EMPLOYEES
- We believe valuing diversity makes our school system strong, vibrant and effective.
- People are the greatest strength of TCPS. Our well qualified and dedicated staff makes a difference in the achievements and lives of our students.
- Financial Assistance and Support is available for teachers to earn National Board Certification. Teachers who successfully earn National Board Certification receive a $10,000 salary increase.
- Outstanding employee benefits include retirement through the MD Pension Plan System, Health, Life, Vision and Dental insurance, tuition reimbursement, and leave for illness, family illness and bereavement.
The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future is landmark education reform legislation that became State law in 2021. Talbot County Public Schools is currently working on its Blueprint Implementation Plan, which will guide the school system’s work over the ten-year implementation period.
The Blueprint will fundamentally improve outcomes for students in TCPS as well as all public schools across the state of Maryland. It focuses on five major policy areas or pillars: early childhood education, high quality and diverse teachers and school leaders, college and career readiness and pathways, more resources to ensure all students are successful, and governance and accountability.
Every child will learn, grow and succeed and graduate ready for college or a career.