NOMINATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR TCPS TEACHER OF THE YEAR AND SUPPORT STAFF OF THE YEAR

TOY-SSOY-nominations.pngTalbot County Public Schools is excited to announce that the process to select the 2018 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 in their commitment as a professional?  The Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year programs are a fantastic way to recognize educators who exemplify this year’s theme:  #TCPSUnlimited.


Anyone within the school system or any member of the community may nominate a candidate to apply to be Talbot’s Teacher of the Year or Support Staff of the Year. The nomination forms, process and procedures are available in any school main office, are linked below.  Nominations for both Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year are due by Friday, February 9th.


To nominate a deserving teacher for Teacher of the Year, please seek their approval first, then follow the procedures outlined on the on the nomination form and submit it to the nominee's building principal for signature and final submission.  Support Staff of the Year nominations must be approved by the immediate supervisor as well as the site administrator and submitted to Mrs. Lynne Duncan at the Talbot County Education Center.

Support Staff of the Year Nomination Form Teacher of the Year Nomination Form

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