Talbot County Public Schools are closed for Summer Vacation.

Please be advised that TCPS meal distribution will be on TUESDAY AND THURSDAY beginning this Thursday 6/25/2020.  Meals will no longer be distributed on Fridays.  CarePacks will also be distributed on THURSDAY.  Meal distributions will be PICK UP only at all school sites. The Easton Elementary School distribution site has moved to the B.A.A.M. building at 31 Jowite St.

Dear TCPS Parents and Community,

As communities rise up to have their voices heard in response to the killing of George Floyd and the racial injustice rampant in our country, Talbot County Public Schools adds its commitment to the movement for meaningful change. 

As Superintendent, I begin by acknowledging that public education can and must be an important part in promoting equity, dignity, and respect.  I am proud of the role TCPS has engaged in to lead conversations about race in our schools and our efforts to examine our practices and policies to eliminate barriers to educational equity.  As TCPS works to align our actions and behaviors with our values and beliefs, we commit to not just speak courageously but to act courageously as well. This means unapologetically interrupting acts of racism that manifest in our schools and community, actions that lead to the marginalization of our students of color.  

TCPS cannot remain silent as the trauma of inequity is compounded in front of us daily.  Instead, we must respond by modeling for our students the process of learning from history to advance racial and social justice.  As an organization, we must act to replace complicity with personal accountability.  This is not just our responsibility; it is our moral obligation.  

Thank you all for your commitment for it will make a difference in our community and our society as a whole.  

Kelly L. Griffith, Ed.D.

News and Information

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Fall 2020 School Re-Opening Plan

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2020 Community Partner Recognition

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June 26- August 7

Talbot County Public Schools are operating on a Summer schedule and will be closed on Fridays.

July 15

Board of Education Meeting

Agenda will be published by Friday July 10th. 

 

August 24

First Day of School for students! 

 

School Closure Resources

Meal Distribution

Please be advised that TCPS meal distribution will be on TUESDAY AND THURSDAY beginning this Thursday 6/25/2020. Meals will no longer be distributed on Fridays. CarePacks will also be distributed on THURSDAY. Meal distributions will be PICK UP only at all school sites.

The Easton Elementary School distribution site has moved to the B.A.A.M. building at 31 Jowite St.

  • Chapel District Elementary
  • Easton Middle
  • Easton Elementary: B.A.A.M. Building : 31 Jowhite St.
  • St. Michaels Middle High
  • Tilghman Elementary
  • White Marsh Elementary

At Home Cooking Instructions for Meals


Talbot County Food Pantries and Resources

Talbot County Food Pantries

Food Resource Flier

Grocery Store Delivery & Senior Hours

Talbot COVID-19 Website

www.talbotcovid19.org — is a central location for community information during the COVID-19 health emergency.

The website was developed by Talbot County Emergency Services and links to federal, state, and local information about the coronavirus and Talbot County’s response. The Talbot County Health Department is the primary source for local health advisories, along with the Maryland Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Distance Learning Information

Beginning Monday, April 6, TCPS will move to a distance learning model in which teachers will be engaging with their students virtually. We appreciate your support and patience during this unprecedented situation.

TCPS Continuity of Learning Plan Revised

Continuity of Learning Implemation - Information for Parents
English
Spanish

TCPS Continuity of Learning Plan

VIEW the TCPS FROG Learning Resource Page

Virtual Help Desk Procedures

Procedimientos Para Obtener Ayuda de Manera Virtual

MSDE Remote Learning Resources

Junior Achievement Distance Learning Resources

Junior Achievement Distance Learning Resources (PDF)

Wi Fi Resources

Easton Utilities Free Drive-Up Hot Spots

Easton Velocity has established several FREE Drive-Up Hotspots for anyone in need of WiFi access at this time.

WiFi Name: EU-Public


No Password Required

    • Talbottown Shopping Center main parking lot (closest to the intersection of Washington and Harrison Streets). Available 24/7.
    • Idlewild Park parking lot (closest to basketball courts). Open dawn to dusk.
    • Moton Park parking lot (closest to park entrance). Open dawn to dusk.
    • Library parking lot (closest to Federal Street). Available 24/7.

Easton Utilities Puntos de acceso gratuito

    Atlantic Broadband Offers Free Internet to Families in Need

    Atlantic Broadband is offering free internet during the Coronavirus Crisis for families in need. Click for Details

Social & Emotional Learning Resources

TCPS School Counselor and Student Services Office Hours

We are here to help! Virtual office hours during which parents/guardians/students can reach out to staff and expect a real time response.

View Office Hours


Mental Health Resources (Click to View)


Mindfulness Videos

Beginner Yoga 4-14-2020

Beginner Yoga 4-5-2020

Beginner Yoga 4-2-2020


Other Resources

Online Safety Resources for Parents

Supporting Families with PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) at Home

Social Story for Children (Coronavirus Explanation for Children from the CDC)


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.