Talbot County Public Schools are closed with all Maryland Public Schools  through April 24th.

Superintendent's Update 4-1-2020

Dear TCPS Families:  I wanted to share some updates on our progress as we continue to adapt to our “new normal’’ amidst the COVID-19 State of Emergency.

Due to the Governor’s Stay at Home Directive issued by Executive Order on March 30, 2020, the TCPS Team is taking additional measures to ensure the safety and well-being of our staff and students, as that is always our highest priority. Meanwhile we are pursuing our plan for Continuity of Learning, as we complete quarter 3 and move into quarter 4 of what is truly an unforgettable school year. View Full Letter


School Closure Resources

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. We will be providing additional information next week about our continuity of learning plan.

VIEW the TCPS Distance Learning Resource Page

Meals During Closure

Based on the Governor’s Stay at Home Directive issued by Executive Order on March 30, 2020, TCPS meal distribution for children ages 2-18 will move to PICK-UP ONLY. Meal Pick Up is on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9-11 a.m. at the following schools:

    • Chapel District Elementary
    • Easton Middle
    • Easton Elementary-Dobson
    • St. Michaels Middle High
    • Tilghman Elementary
    • White Marsh Elementary

Meal packs contain breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday you will pick up meal packs that contain breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack for Friday and Monday along with weekend CarePacks.

Click for a list of County Food Pantries: Talbot County Food Pantries

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.

March 16 - April 24

Talbot County Public Schools Closed due to COVID 19.

April 15

Board of Education Meeting 

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