TCPS Celebrates Community Partners

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Talbot County Public Schools hosted its third annual Community Partner Recognition Breakfast on May 24 at the Easton Volunteer Fire House. More that 850 businesses, organizations and individuals were invited to the event.  Attendees were treated to a delicious breakfast prepared by the Easton High Culinary Arts students, along with musical entertainment by members of Easton High’s award winning “Warrior Chorale.”

“This is a community that values education,” said Dr. Kelly Griffith in her opening remarks.  “The time, resources and expertise that our community partners provide to our schools truly make a difference for our students and staff.  This includes adopting classrooms, providing internships, donating supplies, funding enrichment opportunities, coordinating after school programs, and so much more.  We are so very grateful for this generous support and cannot thank you enough.”

The program included recognition of a Partner of the Year for each of the nine schools in the district, as well as a District Partner of the Year as follows:

District Partner of the Year - American Legion Blake-Blackston Post #77

Chapel District Elementary - Andersen Wealth Management
Easton Elementary – Dobson - Family Affair Farm
Easton Elementary – Moton - AQUA Pools & Spas
Saint Michaels Elementary - Christ Church – St. Michaels, MD
Tilghman Elementary - The Candleberry Shoppe
White Marsh Elementary - Higginbottom Orthodontics
Easton Middle School - First Baptist Church of Easton, MD
Easton High School - Dock Street Foundation
Saint Michaels Middle High School - Royal Oak Community United Methodist Church


Event Photos!

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