District News

Athletics Update

Bayside Athletic Conference Released Spectator Guidelines and the following message for the 2021 Fall Sports Season (February 13, 2021 – April 17, 2021)

  • Facilities will not be open to the General Public.
  • All Fall Athletes will be given the opportunity to have limited spectators at home events based on local guidelines.
  • Everyone attending a game must abide by the rules of the host facility to include possible health screenings before entering, wearing a facial covering at all times, and must social distance (6 feet apart) unless living in the same household. Please do not attend if you are having any COVID-19 related symptoms.
  • Individual schools will determine if concession stands are able to be open, that information will be shared at the school level.
  • No guests or spectators for visiting teams will be permitted to attend.
  • Credentialed media and college coaches who are recruiting are still welcome however, they must notify in advance and then sign in at the main gate and be able to provide identification/credentials.

We regret not being able to open our facilities to all of those wishing to attend. However, to be able to continue to run our educationally-based athletic programs, while keeping everyone safe, we have to ask our spectators to continue to follow and support our athletes and we will do our best to keep you up to date with our progress. As always thank you for your continued support!

TCPS Plan for Home Fans for Fall Sports 2021

To protect the athletes, coaches, and game staff TCPS has developed the following plan to allow for the return of home fans for athletic competitions. •

  • All practices will be closed to spectators
  • Each athlete and coach will be provided two tickets at the team event prior to each competition Only ticket holders will be admitted to the competitions.
  • Tickets are not transferable to other competitions or sports
  • Tickets will be collected on entry to the event, there will be no reentry
  • Normal admissions fees will be collected

Covid-19 specific expectations of fans

  • A mask will be worn at all times
  • Fans will sit at pre-marked socially distanced spots unless they are from the same household

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 evenings) of music, cheer, and seasonal fun! DECEMBER 12-2-23 (Sat): Easton Holiday Parade, Downtown Easton,

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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. Della M. Andrew, Easton High Class of 1955. Mr. Edzel Turner, RRMHS ’58 and his

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Chef Mike Shows Us How to Prepare a Holiday Turkey Safely

Check the latest video of Chef Mike from Sodexo showing us how to prepare a holiday turkey safely! Chef Mike and staff prepared and sliced turkeys for all the TCPS cafeterias, and turkey dinners were on the menu for all students! Follow along as he shares his tips and tricks

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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 funding for FY25.

On Tuesday, we held the first of our series of Community

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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.

This week is National School Psychology Week, when we highlight the important work school psychologists do

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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. As many as 20,000 visitors will discover the best of local wildlife, nature, art,

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