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TCPS Recognizes Community Partners of the Year

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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 well as a partner of the year for each school and one for the Internship Education Program.  When the pandemic hit in 2020, Dr. Griffith and school Administrators continued the recognition by visiting each recipient personally to deliver awards and breakfast baskets prepared by culinary students in lieu of hosting the large gathering. During the visits, TCPS leaders share testimonials about how the partnerships make a difference in the lives of students and staff. This tradition continued this year with visits and presentations throughout the month of May.

“We could not do what we do for the children of Talbot County without the support of our generous community,” said Dr. Kelly Griffith, Superintendent. “Now more than ever, our community partners give so much to our students and staff. Every year we like to take this opportunity to give back, and thank them for their partnership.”

The Talbot County Public Schools Community Partners of the Year for 2022

Choptank Community Health System, Inc. – District Community Partner of the Year

Talbot County Chamber of Commerce – Internship 

Carrion Electric – Chapel District Elementary

For All Seasons, Inc. –  Easton Elementary

Avalon Foundation – Easton Middle

Lowe’s Home Improvement, Easton – Easton High

St. Michaels Police Department – St. Michaels Elementary

Ed and Debbie Trumbull – St. Michaels Middle High

Brackish Life – Tilghman Elementary

Walmart, Easton – White Marsh Elementary

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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