The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

David Krzisnik

Salem teacher publishes terrier-ifying children’s book

Gavin French, Social Media Editor January 4, 2022

 Scout Manchester: Ghost Terrier of England: Chillblains Castle by A.G. Powell takes readers through a terrier-ifying adventure as Scout, a three-legged dog, attempts to solve the haunting of Chillblains...

A decorated Christmas tree represents one of many Christmas traditions.

Diverse community at P-CEP celebrates variety of winter holidays

Elyse Wiacek, Copy Editor December 20, 2021

As snow glistens on the ground and people bundle up with knit scarfs and gloves, the Plymouth-Canton campus’ atmosphere emanates holiday spirit.  Students and staff at the Park represent numerous...

Trees lining Kellogg park.

Kellogg Park memorial trees beautifully radiate love

Sophia Ortiz, Business Manager December 18, 2021

Christmas trees glisten with colorful lights, ribbons, ornaments, and special meaning in Kellogg Park, downtown Plymouth. Over 40 trees can be found uniquely decorated in the park, bringing smiles to many...

A plate of sugar cookie delights from rests near a festive display.

Best recipe to satisfy your christmas cookie craving

Sophia Ortiz, Business Manager December 17, 2021

There are many different kinds of Christmas cookies that people enjoy during the holiday season, but according to students at the Plymouth Canton Educational Park, the classic sugar cookie tops them all. A...

Local non-profit provides a community for young musicians

Heather McCorkle, Editor-In-Chief December 16, 2021

As a 14-year-old kid playing drums in his parents’ basement, Executive Director of Communications for Plymouth-Canton Community Schools (P-CCS), Nick Brandon, longed for a space where he could practice...

P-CEP’s choir carols at Greenfield Village’s Holiday Nights in December 2014.

P-CEP Choirs to go-a-caroling at Greenfield Village’s “Holiday Nights”

Heather McCorkle, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2021

For choir students across the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP), December 1 marks the start of a bright season of spreading holiday cheer through song. After a year-long hiatus from live caroling...

The P-CEP Gardening Club’s garden is on display on the path between A pod and B pod outside Plymouth High School in 2019.

P-CEP’s Gardening Club beautifies campus

Gavin French, Social Media Editor November 3, 2021

For students who enjoy doing hands-on activities outdoors, learning about plants, and participating in a club with a laid-back environment, the Gardening Club is a perfect fit. The Gardening Club is...

This handbook is used by students in advisory.

Advisory: A stepping stone to success

Sophia Ortiz, Business Manager November 3, 2021

Spending time twice a week in advisory has provided students the chance to complete homework and get additional help with their classwork, preparing them for a more successful year ahead. Advisory was...

As the leaves change color, Cilcan Pierce, Salem senior, rocks a black turtleneck dress.

P-CEP falls for fashion

Heather McCorkle, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2021

With over 6,000 students at the Park, it’s easy to feel like just another face on the path. P-CEP students Hayden Watson, Heather Shermak, and Cilcan Pierce each create their own mark on campus by choosing...

Madelyn Bajorek, Salem junior, and Lillian Menken, Salem senior, in 88.1 the Park’s main studio at Salem High School as they talk over the airwaves during November 2020’s Pledge Drive.

88.1 the Park to hold ‘Thanks for Giving Pledge Drive’ for station upgrades

Heather McCorkle , Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2021

88.1 the Park, the student-run radio station at Salem High School, will participate in its annual “Thanks for Giving Pledge Drive” during the first week of November. Donations from the fundraiser will...

Viral devious lick TikTok challenge makes impact on the Park’s budget and atmosphere

Viral ‘devious lick’ TikTok challenge makes impact on the Park’s budget and atmosphere

Elyse Wiacek, Copy Editor November 1, 2021

Within a month of starting school, students at P-CEP have destroyed school property by stealing or attempting to steal a classroom telephone, a toilet lid, soap dispenser, and lotion dispenser, while participating...

Water Wars starts with a splash of excitement for class of 2021

Taylor Hendershot, Guest Writer May 27, 2021

Wetty or not, the school year is coming to an end, and the last of the senior traditions has just begun.  Water Wars, a senior event at P-CEP that is run and organized by students, kicked off with...