On April 12, we will proceed with bringing current in-person elementary (Pre-K - 5) students back for 4 days per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Secondary students will remain hybrid.  .  View the TCPS RECOVERY PLAN  |  TCPS Recovery Plan (Spanish)

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Talbot County Budget Hearing

Talbot County Budget Hearing

The Talbot County Council is holding a Public Budget Hearing on the FY22 County Budget. Meetings will be at 2 and 7 PM on May…
Student Perspective: Sports Timeline by Tyler Redman

Student Perspective: Sports Timeline by Tyler Redman

I think most people would agree that your high school experience as a whole is much much more than the 5 classes you attend…
Superintendent Updates 2020-21

Superintendent Updates 2020-21

View the latest update and archived newsletters from TCPS Superintendent Dr. Kelly Griffith.
Revised TCPS FY22 Budget Request

Revised TCPS FY22 Budget Request

The Talbot County Board of Ed held a Special Meeting on March 30, 2021, to revise the FY22 Budget.
EMS Teacher Donna Ewing Recognized as District, State and National VFW Teacher of the Year

EMS Teacher Donna Ewing Recognized as District, State and National VFW Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Donna Ewing, Easton Middle School Band Director, has been recognized as VFW Teacher of the Year at the Post, District and…
Letter from Dr. Griffith on CDC Update

Letter from Dr. Griffith on CDC Update

Since learning of the new CDC guidelines for social distancing in schools, and after speaking with Dr. Maguire and the Board of…
Student Perspective: A Year in Hindsight

Student Perspective: A Year in Hindsight

March 12th marks one year exactly since Talbot County Public Schools enacted a two-week school shutdown due to Covid-19. Sitting…
Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD! YOUR OPINION MATTERS! Parents or guardians of children receiving special education and related services…

May 4

Talbot County Council's Public Budget Hearing at 2PM and 7PM. Both Hearings will be virtual. Click for details 

May 19

 Board of Education Meeting  

May 31

Memorial Day

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.