TCPS Appoints Tracey Elzey as Curriculum Supervisor

elzey-thumb.pngTalbot County Public Schools has appointed Mrs. Tracy Elzey as Curriculum Supervisor effective July 1, 2018. She is currently serving as Principal of Saint Michaels Middle High School.  

Mrs. Elzey has worked in education for 25 years. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Masters of Education in Administration from Salisbury University, and she has completed doctoral level courses at Notre Dame of Maryland University.  “Mrs. Elzey has been a very effective leader at the building level,” said Dr. Kelly Griffith, Superintendent.  “Her experience and educational background will complement the rest of our outstanding curriculum supervising team.”

Elzey began her career in Caroline County where she taught third, fifth and first grades before becoming an Assistant Principal. She joined TCPS as Assistant Principal of the Easton Elementary School campus in 2007.  She was promoted to Principal of Saint Michaels Elementary School in 2010 and became Principal of Saint Michaels Middle High in 2016.

“I am very excited to pursue this new challenge in my career,” Elzey said.  “I believe my experience working at the elementary, middle and high school levels will enable me to succeed as a member of the curriculum team.” Mrs. Elzey lives in Easton with her husband Matt, a Varsity Softball Coach at Easton High School and daughter Peyton who is a senior at Easton High.  She is a member of the St. Michaels Family YMCA Advisory Board.


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