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The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

Students take a look under the hood of the red Mustang GT donated by Ford through Blackwell dealership. April 30, 2024.

Ford Motor Company donates 2 Mustangs and a Bronco to P-CEP’s Advanced Automotive Training Center

Sloan Shackelford, Co-managing Editor May 13, 2024

On April 30, Ford Motor Company conducted an informational meeting in the Canton Little Theater encouraging students to explore the possibility of a career in auto mechanics and donated two Mustang GTs...

Kyra Burkhardt’s 1969 Ford Ranger Camper Special truck, which she has been repairing for three years, is parked on the side of a road. October 31, 2021.

P-CEP students keep the hobby of car restoration and repairs alive

Sara Dallalah, Social media editor May 7, 2024

Among the selection of hobbies available for students to partake in, a select few have chosen a rather “costly and time-consuming hobby,” says Michael Frantsen, auto classes instructor. For some, the...

Canton senior Nathan Levine leaps above the bar as he starts to fall toward the mat

April Perspective Student-Athlete of the Month: Nathan Levine

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager April 15, 2024

With the bar placed six feet eight inches above the ground at the MITCA team states meet at Byron Center on May 28, 2022, Canton senior and Duke commit Nathan Levine said he cleared his head of everything...

Trevor Nowaske finds his father, James, sitting in the stands at his first career NFL game. Dec. 3, 2023.

Trevor Nowaske: Salem graduate continues to make his mark in the NFL

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager April 5, 2024

While less than one percent of all high school football players make it to the NFL, Trevor Nowaske took that as motivation and became the first Salem alumni to reach the NFL since Ron Egloff in 1977. Trevor...

Lightning Robotics’ new robot, Rhapsody,  was revealed at the Showcase and Robot Reveal in Canton High School. The robots demonstrated their function of drawing in a ring and ejecting it toward a target for the season’s competitions. March 6, 2024.

A night with the Lightning Robotics team and the unveiling of its 2024 robot

Christian Roberts, Staff Writer April 5, 2024

Walking into the P-CEP engineering room in CHS, the sound of keyboards clacking and wheels spinning filled the air. The tables in the room were shuffled around to create a square barrier. Last-minute preparations...

The outside of Salem high school sits on a summer morning. Dec. 20, 2023.

P-CEP programs help new Park students feel at home

Anay Nair, Staff Writer March 14, 2024

Some students face challenges and hardships when they move into a new school district. It can be overwhelming at first, but P-CEP offers programs to help incoming freshmen and new students become familiar...

Students of the Comic Club at the Cherry Hill Art Factory craft show get ready for the sale ahead. Dec. 2, 2023.

Students take advantage of clubs offered at the Park: The hidden benefits of extracurriculars

Christian Roberts, Staff Writer March 11, 2024

As the students in the Comic Club finish getting their booth set up for a craft show, they take a step back to admire the work they have done. Together, they accomplished so much as they prepared for the...

A microphone composed of the title The Take.

Dear The Take: Misogynistic comments are making class uncomfortable. Should I drop it?

Sloan Shackelford, Co-managing Editor March 8, 2024

Dear The Take: Should I drop my auto class? It’s been really hard and whenever I ask for help I face a lot of misogynistic comments. We haven’t even gotten to the nitty gritty work yet and I’m still...

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...

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