College Placement Consulting Sponsors “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?”


College Placement Consulting, LLC (CPC) has offered their support to the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation’s first fundraising event “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” as a Team Sponsor.

College Placement Consulting, LLC is an independent educational consulting firm in Easton MD that supports students in expanding their educational choices post-high school through Test Prep; Study Skills; Academic Tutoring and College Planning.  Since opening in 2000, CPC has served over 2000 students from the Delmarva region and beyond.  CPC now offers specialized counseling in an ever-changing college planning environment, while also embracing new technological advances that can assist students and their families in the college search process.  For more information about CPC visit their website at

Pictured L-R: Katie Lowman, College Placement Consulting Tutor and Team Celebrity; Becky Firth, Education Foundation Advisory Board member; Betsy Greaney, Director, College Placement Consulting; Debbie Gardner, TCPS Coordinator of Public Relations and Special Programs.

“We are thrilled to have College Placement Consulting generously supporting our first fundraiser,” said Becky Firth, TCPS Education Foundation Advisory Board member. “We are grateful for this partnership on behalf of the teachers and students of Talbot County.

The “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?” event will be held on Thursday May 3, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Talbot County Auditorium at Easton High School. Six teams of 5th graders from TCPS Elementary Schools will test their knowledge and skills, answering questions from a broad range of categories, and each team will be paired with a celebrity guest from the sponsoring organization or school community. Admission is free, and all proceeds will benefit the Education Foundation’s 2020 Fund Grants Program.

To learn more about supporting the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation, please contact Debbie Gardner, Coordinator of Public Relations and Special Programs at

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