All Talbot County Public Schools are operating in the ORANGE phase of our Recovery Plan.  Most students are  learning virtually with small groups of prioritized special populations reporting  for face to face instruction. View the TCPS RECOVERY PLAN 

TCPS MEAL DISTRIBUTION WILL CONTINUE ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS from 4:00 - 5:30 PM for all children ages 2-18 AT ALL SCHOOL SITES EXCEPT EASTON HIGH.  Students who will attend school in person will have the option to take home an additional breakfast and lunch on Tuesdays for Wednesday. This is for both car riders and bus riders. Car riders may also take additional meals for other children in their home. If families of bus riders need additional meals, they may get them at evening pickup. 

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News and Information

TCPS Transitions to Hybrid In-Person Learning

TCPS Transitions to Hybrid In-Person Learning

With the State of Maryland now in Stage Three of Recovery, and as a result of continued improved COVID-19 health metrics,…
Successful "Virtual First Day!"

Successful "Virtual First Day!"

After months of development and planning, Talbot County Public Schools opened the 2020-2021 school year with all students…
Online Learning Family Tutorials

Online Learning Family Tutorials

Everything you need to know to begin TCPS remote learning!
Dr. Griffith Responds to Governor's Announcement

Dr. Griffith Responds to Governor's Announcement

In a press conference held on Thursday August 27, Governor Larry Hogan announced that every county school system in Maryland is…

September 23

Family Commitment Forms Due

October 21

Unity Day

October 21

Board of Education Meeting

Report an anonymous tip to Safe Schools Maryland.

YOU COULD SAVE A LIFE. The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line is an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety and/or well-being of students.Students, parents, faculty, staff, and members of communities throughout Maryland may use this anonymous, app- and web-based reporting system to share their concerns, such as:

  • Mental health crises
  • Bullying
  • School and community violence
  • Drug activity
  • Abuse
  • Harassment
  • Other issues affecting our Maryland students

The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line is a tool for proactively addressing harmful situations and helping students who need it. By using a variety of communication modes to support the reporting and routing of tips, The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line empowers the citizens of Maryland to create a culture of preparedness, prevention, and school safety for our students.