TCPS has already had to use four inclement weather days that were not included in the FY22 calendar. We would like feedback regarding options for making up those school days.
Talbot County Public Schools is excited to announce that the process to select the 2022 Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year has begun! Is there a teacher or member of the TCPS support staff who is truly outstanding, has made a significant impact on your family, and/or goes above and beyond […]
The CDC has released updated recommendations for Isolation and Quarantine for
COVID-19. Beginning Thursday January 6, 2022, TCPS will follow a modified process for students and staff.
A special partnership between Academy Art Museum and Easton Elementary School culminated in the “Puzzle Reveal,” which took place during the school’s annual “Grandfriends Evening” in November. The event celebrated nearly a year of planning and collaborating.
David Fries, Vice President of Scientific Education of AFCEA Central Maryland presented a check in the amount of $4,000 to fund two 3-D printers for St. Michaels Middle High School’s Biomedical Engineering Program.
Superintendent Kelly Griffith Ed.D. presented the TCPS FY23 proposed budget to the Board of Education at the December 15, 2021 Board Meeting Work Session. A Public Budget Hearing will be held on January 19, 2022, at 5:30 pm at the Talbot County Education Center. To sign up for Public Comment please call Charlene Gould at […]
https://youtu.be/KnxUPjd90d4 The new Easton Elementary School building has achieved a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold rating for sustainable design. LEED Certification is a widely used standard that recognizes buildings that are efficient, cost-effective, and better for occupants and the environment. Projects pursuing LEED certification earn points for green building strategies. Based on […]
Last week’s shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford Township, Michigan is the latest devastating reminder that, whether we like it or not, the power to keep our schools safe is shared by each and every one of us. One proactive school safety resource that every Marylander has the power to harness is the Safe Schools Maryland anonymous reporting […]
The current practice of Talbot County Public Schools has required that an asymptomatic student who is a close contact with a positive case of COVID-19 must quarantine at home. Beginning Monday, November 29, 2021, TCPS will offer a modified process for these students. With masking: In settings where all students are masked, an asymptomatic student who is […]
TCPS presented a draft calendar for the 2022-23 school year at the November Board of Education meeting. TCPS Administration is taking feedback on the proposed calendar until December 8, 2021. Use the following link to view the proposed calendar and leave feedback: https://tcpsforms.org/view.php?id=50453 The 2022-2023 calendar models the approved 2021-2022 calendar with the following key points: […]