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DRAFT Virtual Day Instruction Plan

The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), is opening up a pathway for local education agencies (LEAs) to repurpose certain days as virtual school days in the 2022-2023 school year. The days that may be

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TCPS Announces Administrative Appointments

Top: Kelly Mordoch, Corey Devaric Bottom: Nicole Sherrod-Hill, Ashley Quicke The Talbot County Board of Education approved several administrative appointments for the 2022-2023 school year at a special meeting held on May 31. Ms. Kelly

Raising a Reader

The TCPS Raising a Reader Program!

What do you get when you combine watermelon, a “story stroll”, 600 PreK & K students, and a librarian? Pure Joy! In May, that is what happened in Talbot County at 5 public elementary schools

TCPS 2022 Carson Scholars

TCPS Students Named Carson Scholars

Three students from Talbot County Public Schools have been named 2022 Carson Scholars. The Carson Scholars Fund, Inc. was founded in 1994 by former Johns Hopkins Pediatric Neurosurgeon Benjamin S. Carson, M.D., and his wife

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TCPS Policies Under Review

The Board of Education is reviewing the following policies. Policies are also listed in the April 20 Board meeting agenda and the policy discussion can be viewed in the recording of the meeting live stream.

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Teacher & Support Staff of the Year Announced!

Talbot County Public Schools has announced that Mrs. Berenice Orellana, Easton High Multilingual Family Liaison, has been named Support Staff of the Year and Mrs. Katie Spies (right), Easton Elementary Kindergarten Teacher, has been

TCPS 2022 Teacher and Support Staff of the Year Finalists

TCPS 2022 Teacher and Support Staff of the Year Finalists

Each year, Talbot County Public Schools honors teachers and support staff through the Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year Program. This provides the opportunity to recognize outstanding educators who implement innovative

National Technical Honor Society Inductees

National Technical Honor Society Induction Ceremonies

For the first time in two years, in person ceremonies were held to induct new members into the St. Michaels Middle High School and Easton High School chapters of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS).

EHS Induct Honor Society Members

Easton High Inducts Honor Society Members

The Easton High School J. Willard Davis Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) held an induction of new members who applied in the Fall of 2021 with their first “in-person” ceremony since 2019.  Another

MD Special Education Parent Survey

MD Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

Each year, the Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey is conducted through the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), Division of Early Intervention, and Special Education Services. All parents or guardians of children ages 3 to 21

Future Chef Winners

Sodexo’s Future Chef Competition

TCPS elementary students recently demonstrated their culinary skills in Sodexo’s 2022 Future Chef Culinary Competition. The event is an exciting and engaging way to encourage students to learn more about healthy food choices by participating

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Easton High Latin Honor Society Induction

A ceremony was held at Easton High School to induct new members into the school’s chapter of the National Latin Honor Society (NLHS). NLHS membership is granted to students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement

St. Michaels High School Honor Society Members

St. Michaels High Inducts Honor Society Members

The Tidewater Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) held a ceremony to induct new members for 2022. St. Michaels High School modified its unique “Tapping Ceremony,” and held its first in-person induction with parents

EHS Culinary Arts Program Achieves Exemplary Status

Easton High Culinary Arts Program Achieves “Exemplary” Status

Easton High School’s Culinary Arts Program has been identified as “Exemplary” by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission (ACFEFAC) following an onsite visit and re-accreditation earlier this year.) Easton High School’s Culinary Arts



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