TCPS is continuing the HYBRID  LEARNING  MODEL .   A-Day Students will attend school in person on Monday/Tuesday.   B-Day students will attend in person on Thursday/Friday.  Wednesday will remain asynchronous.   .  View the TCPS RECOVERY PLAN  |  TCPS Recovery Plan (Spanish)

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Gov. Hogan and St. Superintendent Salmon Visit TCPS

Gov. Hogan and St. Superintendent Salmon Visit TCPS

Governor Larry Hogan and State Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon visited Talbot schools on Friday, February 26th. Together they…
Superintendent Updates 2020-21

Superintendent Updates 2020-21

View the latest update and archived newsletters from TCPS Superintendent Dr. Kelly Griffith.
What Parents Need To Know About Teen Drinking

What Parents Need To Know About Teen Drinking

Talbot County Public Schools invites you to a webinar entitled: "What Parents Need To Know About Teen Drinking" on Thursday,…
Board Approves FY22 Budget

Board Approves FY22 Budget

The Board approved the TCPS FY22 Budget at the February 17, 2021 Board Meeting. Superintendent Kelly Griffith will present the…
Athletics Update 2-18-21

Athletics Update 2-18-21

Bayside Athletic Conference Released Spectator Guidelines and the following message for the 2021 Fall Sports Season (February…
2021 TOY and SSOY Finalists!

2021 TOY and SSOY Finalists!

Each year, Talbot County Public Schools honors teachers and support staff through the Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of…
TCPS Celebrates National CTE Month

TCPS Celebrates National CTE Month

February is Career and Technical Education month! TCPS is very proud of the CTE opportunities that our students are provided…
TCPS Announces Sport Season Dates

TCPS Announces Sport Season Dates

With the return to the Hybrid learning model on February 1st, Talbot County Public Schools has now announced the Fall and Spring…

March 2

TCPS Budget Presentation to the Talbot County Council

March 17

Board of Education Meeting

April 1

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