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Superintendent’s Update 12/7/23

It’s been a very full American Education Week so far! During the Board of Education Work Session on Monday, we discussed the results of the budget survey, began discussing budget priorities, and reviewed projected

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Superintendent’s Update 11/30/23

It’s been a very full American Education Week so far! During the Board of Education Work Session on Monday, we discussed the results of the budget survey, began discussing budget priorities, and reviewed projected

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TCPS 2023 Holiday Concert Schedule

Get ready to celebrate the holiday season with Talbot County Public Schools! We are excited to announce our Holiday Concert Schedule featuring festive performances from students across the district. Join us for an evening (or

Mission Possible 2023 Honorees

TCPS Education Foundation Event Honors Alumni

Three individuals were honored as TCPS Distinguished Alumni for 2023. (left to right) Ms. Marlene R. Thomas, St. Michaels High Class of 1980; Mr. Edzel L. Turner, Robert Russa Moton High Class of 1958; Mrs.

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Superintendent’s Update 11/16/23

It’s been a very full American Education Week so far! During the Board of Education Work Session on Monday, we discussed the results of the budget survey, began discussing budget priorities, and reviewed projected

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Superintendent’s Update 11/9/23

This is a short week for TCPS students and staff due to Waterfowl weekend, and yet I continue to be impressed by the engagement and commitment of our team of educators.

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Superintendent’s Update 11/2/23

I’m recording this week’s update in downtown Easton, where the Waterfowl Festival will take place next week!

Founded in 1971, the Waterfowl Festival celebrates our Eastern Shore heritage while also helping to preserve it.

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Superintendent’s Update 10/26/23

I’m recording this week’s update at St. Michaels Elementary School, where I had my second school staff round table this week.
It is truly inspiring to spend this important time in schools and hear the

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FY25 Budget Survey

Attention Talbot County parents and community members! Your input is critical in determining TCPS budget priorities for the upcoming 2025 school year. We’re surveying to gather your opinions and insights on how we can best

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Superintendent’s Update 10/19/23

The Board of Education held its October meeting last evening here at TCEC, following the work session that took place on Monday. During the work session, Mrs. Anna Howie was sworn in as a

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Webinar: Parent & Family Mental Health & Wellness

 Dr. Rob Schmidt, TCPS Mental Health Coordinator, held a webinar on parent and family mental health tips for the school year. This is the first program in a monthly series of webinars covering various mental

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2023-24 Student Board Members

Colin Smith (EHS, left) and Nathan Henckel (SMMHS, right) were sworn in to represent their schools as Student Board of Education Members at the September Meeting.        Easton High Senior Colin Smith and

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Superintendent’s Update 10/12/23

Hello TCPS Families!I’m recording this update from Easton Elementary where there are lots of exciting things happening this week, including field trips to Pickering Creek and Horn Point, and a visit to Pre-K from the

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TCPS Announces the Class of 2023 Accomplishments

Easton High and Saint Michaels Middle High schools have announced achievement results for the graduating class of 2023. A total of 342 students received diplomas or certificates from Easton High and St. Michaels Middle High. 

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Superintendent’s Update 10/5/23

Fall is officially here! Interim reports are coming home today for students in grades 3 through 12, using a new email system called BrightArrow Technologies. If you do not receive your child’s interim report,

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