Talbot County Public Schools
Superintendent's Update | April 1, 2022 | #30
April 7: 2022-23 New Student Registration
April 7: Teacher and Support Staff of the Year Announced
April 8: Early Dismissal for Students and Staff
April 11-15: Spring Break
April 20: Board of Education Meeting
TEACHER AND SUPPORT STAFF OF THE YEAR!
Calendar Update - April 8 is Early Dismissal for Students and Staff!
The Talbot County Board of Education approved an amended calendar for the 2021-2022 school year during a special meeting on March 29. April 8 will now be an early dismissal day for all students and staff. This is to replace the previously scheduled early dismissal on March 18 that did not take place because of a fog delay. The revised calendar is attached.
Kelly L. Griffith, Ed.D.
2022 Superintendent's Art Gallery!
Congratulations to all of our artists!
Jade Ulloa Correa-2nd gr-EES
Stephanie Galvan-Collazo-11th gr-EHS
Ellie Groll-1st gr-WMES
James "Mac" Hudson-7th gr-SMMHS
Elise Lankford-12th gr-EHS
Sabin Long-10th gr-EHS
Stefany Mendiola-Ponce-3rd gr-CDES
Makayla Moore-11th gr-EHS
Indi Rainer-10th gr-SMMHS
Wilmer "Omar" Ulloa-Guzman-5th gr-SMES
Jessica "Jessie" Watts-11th gr-SMMHS
Kayla "Ollie" West-8th gr-SMMHS
Tatum "Tate" White-4th gr-EES
Olivia Wise-8th gr-EMS
*Invitation Artist (Blue Jay): Amanda Coleman-8th gr-EMS
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES!
Bechora-Chaviva Aguoru, Carson Allen, Ian Branic, Cathryne Christopher, Emily Dickinson, Angelina Duschel, Emily Englehart, Ashtyn Finney, Ashley Granados-Martinez, Leanna Kennedy, Graham Haddaway, Lily Harrison, Peyton Jones, Olivia Kilbourne, Molly Kroeger, Sandra Lane, Elise Lankford, Terynn Laws, Kaiya Lewis, Abigail Meadows, Teagan Miller, Annah Mooney, James O'Connor, Elijah Palmer, Madeline Principe, Caitlin Rahilly, Jasmyn Richardson, Ca'Ley Ricketts, Harrison Shindler, Jackson Short, Aidan Sundt, Alecx Valdez, Ella Wise.
St. Michaels Middle High
Bailey Blades, Avery Brown, Kiara Brummell, Lilyanna Cook, Rebecca Dean, Chandler Dyott, Matt Fisher, Mackenzie Fox, Nick Grassini, Hannah Hock, Finn Kealy, Abbie Kemp, JT Lizewski, Yarivel Mazariegos-Bartolon, Ethan Rash, Ava Reid, Taylor Rupp, Janya Seth, Makayla Sisco, Madison White, Olivia Windsor, Alyssa Wojcik , Alexys Young.
TCPS is Looking For Substitute Teachers!
Earn a weekly bonus on top of our new pay rates. Click to Apply: https://tcps.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=28
NEW SUBSTITUTE PAY RATES
Non degree - $16/hr
AA degree - $18/hr
BA degree - $20/hr
Certified teacher - $25/hr
ADDITIONAL BONUS PAY:
Work 3 days in one week - $100
Work 4 days in one week - $150
Work 5 days in one week - $200
TCPS COVID UPDATES
LATEST TALBOT COUNTY COVID INFORMATION
- COVID testing site at UM Shore Medical Pavilion, 500 Cadmus Lane Easton MD 21601. Drive Through. Open Monday-Sunday 9 AM to 3 PM. PCR tests with results in 24-48 hours.
- The Health Department is still testing at their test site at 28712 Glebe Road Easton MD 21601 Monday through Friday 9 AM to 2:30 PM. Appointments are required and do fill up very fast. You can call 410-819-5632 to make an appointment.
· **When taking at-home covid tests, you can report your results here**
- Where: Talbot County Vaccine Center, 102 Marlboro Ave Easton MD
- When: Monday through Friday 10 AM to 6 PM
5-11-year-olds on Fridays, no appointment required
· Who: Anyone 5 years old and older
5-11-year-olds are eligible for their Pfizer vaccine which is available on Fridays, no appointment required
- Pfizer: Anyone 12 years and older
- Moderna: Anyone 18 years and older
- J&J: Anyone 18 years and older
Anyone 12 years and older who is at least 5 months after their second shot
Bullying and cyberbullying, harassment and intimidation, hazing, and/or bias behaviors are unsafe behaviors that do not reflect respect for others as defined by Policy 10.16 on STUDENT CONDUCT – BULLYING, HARASSMENT OR INTIMIDATION . If a student is a target of one of these behaviors, you can report it using the Bullying, Harassment, or Intimidation Reporting Form (linked below).
The form is also available at all schools, in the main office and the school’s counseling office. Students can also report issues directly to a staff member. When a situation that involves any of these behaviors is reported, staff members will respond quickly and will provide a practical, private, and safe place to report.