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The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

Salem senior Katie Stewart performs a back layout step out

February Perspective Student-Athlete of the Month: Katie Stewart

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager February 6, 2024

The three-sport phenom and Salem senior, Katie Stewart, over her four years at P-CEP, has been one of the top overall women’s athletes at The Park. With swim and dive in the fall, gymnastics in the winter...

The Lions take the field against the Los Angeles Rams in the first round of the NFL playoffs. Jan. 14, 2023.

‘Brand-new Lions’: P-CEP students and staff react to Detroit Lions’ most successful season ever

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager February 3, 2024

As the sun set in northern California on Jan. 28, so did the Detroit Lions’ season. With a 12-5 regular season record, two playoff wins and a near-Super Bowl appearance, in my eyes, the Lions had their...

The Salem student parking lot entrance from Joy Road in Canton, Mich., is covered in snow that accumulated throughout the school day, following a snowstorm from Jan. 15 to Jan. 17, 2024, which resulted in over 7 inches of snow. Jan. 18, 2024.

Winter weather conditions present challenge to new, inexperienced drivers

Grace Ridpath and Ella Fournier January 29, 2024

After the hottest year on record, as reported by NASA, weather patterns are changing. Temperatures are rising, precipitation is increasing, and there are more extreme weather events. According to the U.S....

A College Board poster displayed in the Salem Counseling Office. January 22, 2024.

The beginning of an era for the SATs

Sara Dallalah, Social media editor January 29, 2024

In early 2022, College Board announced it will no longer be administering the paper format of the SAT. December 2, 2023, marked the last paper and pencil SAT administered by College Board. The Digital...

Salem sophomore River Berninger takes a shot on goal from the blue line. Dec. 6, 2023.

PCS Penguins girls ice hockey team strives for growth and community support

Ellie D’Angelo, Guest Writer January 10, 2024

A cold chill fills the air in the Mike Modano Ice Arena as the PCS Penguins take the ice. The sound of skates cutting at the ice echoes throughout as the puck flies back and forth. Words of encouragement...

A copy of “Engraved In My Soul”. December 14, 2023.

Creativity strikes at night: Canton senior Saumya Arora releases her second book ‘Engraved In My Soul’

Sara Dallalah December 16, 2023

Crediting her creativity to her motivation striking at night, Saumya Arora has published two poetry books by her senior year. Arora’s first book came out on Aug. 17, 2021, and her second was published...

Alexis Muir, Canton freshman, carries her supplies with a bathroom sink. Sept. 20, 2023. Donna Gatzke

Everything AND the bathroom sink on ‘Bring Anything But a Backpack Day’

Sara Dallalah and Lucas Gentilia September 22, 2023

  In celebration of P-CEP’s Homecomings the first Spirit Week of the school year, students participated on September 20, 2023 for “Anything But a Backpack Day”, where random objects are brought...

Kanisha Reese, Canton senior (right), and other members of Chroma K-pop Club and Dance Crew practice a routine from their performance during the 2021-2022 school year. Photographer: Ren Gadon (May 3, 2023)

Diversity, inclusivity at P-CEP: Students, staff share their experiences

Ren Gadon, Guest Writer June 6, 2023

The lights are dimmed down, with only the warm spotlights illuminating the Salem dance room. Sitting criss-cross in a circle, Kanisha Reese, an African American senior at Canton High School, and other...

Mona Pandit, Salem sophomore, plays a game during a Chess Club meeting. May 25, 2023.

Surge in chess’ popularity spreads to P-CEP

Dylan Pusilo, Guest Writer June 2, 2023

With all the intensity of a chess tournament, there is nothing but silence in the room. Rivals face each other; the checkered board and pieces are the only things between them and victory. The timer starts...

Members of the Plymouth-Canton Marching Band stand six-feet apart during rehearsals while wearing masks to prevent COVID-19. August 6, 2020.

COVID-19 pandemic leaves lasting effect on P-CEP Marching Band

Julianna Christenson, Guest Writer May 30, 2023

The day was Friday, March 13, 2020, when the overhead speakers turned on with the announcement of a two-week break from school due to a sudden pandemic. Two weeks turned into two months, and eventually...

Sign displaying the MIracle Leauge of Plymouth outside the Bilkie Family Field.

The Miracle League of Plymouth is back

Lucas Gentilia and Logan Wilkowski May 22, 2023

Hardly ever would a 45-degree cloudy weekend with 40+ mph winds be described as a great way to start a baseball season. Nonetheless, that is how the opening weekend of the Miracle League of Plymouth...

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