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Here Comes the Bus App Important Notice

Dear TCPS Families: Please be advised that the Here Comes the Bus application (HCTB) will not operate after 12/31/22.  The reason for the service failure is that Verizon will no longer be supporting their 3G cellular

Dr. Pepukayi Presents the TCPS FY24 Draft Budget

Superintendent Sharon Pepukayi Ed.D. presented the TCPS FY24 proposed budget to the Board of Education at the December 14, 2022, Board Meeting Work Session. A Public Budget Hearing will be held on January 18, 2023,

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TCPS Pilots SafeTime App

The safety of our students and the security of our schools are top priorities for Talbot County Public Schools and must be a shared responsibility by all of our stakeholders. In an effort to empower our students,

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Winter Concert Schedule

Join us for our Winter Concert Series! Students will be performing throughout the month of December, click to view the full schedule!

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Education Foundation Celebrates TCPS Distinguished Alumni

The Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation held the 2022 “Mission Possible – Celebrating TCPS Alumni and Supporting Teachers,” on Friday, November 18, 2022 at the Oxford Community Center. The purpose of the event was

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Dual Enrollment is Now Available at NO COST to TCPS Students

The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future legislation aspires to expand and elevate educational opportunities for all students. There are many initiatives in the Blueprint that will provide additional opportunities for students, including a provision that students have access to dual

Superintendent Sharon Pepukayi November Pep Talk

Pep Talk – Second Quarter Stretch

Whether you are/were an athlete, runner, or have engaged in any activity, the start is quite different than the middle or end. In the beginning, there is a feeling of excitement, exuberation, and elation, but

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FY24 Budget Priorities Survey

TCPS wants to hear from you! Please take a few minutes to fill out our FY24 Budget Priorities Survey. Results will be presented at the October 19th Board of Education Meeting.  FY24 Budget Priorities Survey

TCPS Recognizes Advanced Placement Scholars

The Board of Education recognized current students who achieved the status of Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar through their performance on AP exams as of the end of the 2021-2022 school year during their September meeting. 

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TCPS Recognizes 20-Year Employees

Talbot County Public Schools recognized employees who have achieved 20 years of service with the school district at the September Board of Education meeting. “It is my privilege to recognize the members of our staff

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Here Comes the Bus App is Live!

Dear TCPS Families, The Here Comes The Bus app is now activated! PLEASE NOTE, if you used the app last year, you will need to delete and then re-add your students for the 2022-2023 school

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School Meal Information

Talbot County Public Schools offer nutritious meals that meet the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. All schools offer breakfast, lunch, and a la carte items approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Students may

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Important Information for TCPS Families

Important links and information for the 2022-23 school year from the TCPS Student Services Department 1. FERPA  – Family Education Rights and Privacy Act: Information concerning your child’s student records. 2. Bullying Reporting Form   – Parent and

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Back to School Reminders About Cell Phones

As a reminder to students and families, Talbot County has a policy regarding the possession and use of portable communication devices on TCPS property ( 10.19 Possession of Portable Communication Devices on Talbot County Public


Back to School Dress Code Reminders

As a reminder to students and families, Talbot County has a dress code policy (10.15 Student Dress Code) which applies to students on school property and at school-sponsored activities.  Our goal is to create and

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TCPS Recognizes Community Partners of the Year

Talbot County Public Schools began celebrating and thanking their Community Partners at an annual breakfast prepared by the Easton High Culinary Arts Program in 2016.  A District Community Partner of the Year is recognized, as

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(Top) Middle High School Class of 2022 included  57 graduates receiving diplomas. (Bottom) The Easton High School Class of 2022 included 271 diploma recipients Easton High and Saint Michaels Middle High schools have announced preliminary



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