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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

Debbie Dingell, who represents Michigan’s 6th district, gives an impassioned speech on the intricacies of government and her experiences representing the people of her district.

Representative Debbie Dingell visits Canton High School with speech to students on political involvement, more

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager May 29, 2024

Coming this election season, thousands of P-CEP students will become eligible voters for the first time. On Wednesday, April 3, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, who represents the majority of students at...

Players on the Canton Girls Varsity Basketball team sit and listen to citizens comments at the April 16 Board of Education meeting

Canton Girls Basketball Coach Kayla Bridges let go after winningest season in ten years; P-CEP students and families voice their opinions

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager April 23, 2024

In the 2019-20 season, Canton Varsity Girls Basketball earned just a 1-20 record. The team was 11-52 from 2017-2020 until Kayla Bridges, a Canton graduate and Wayne State Girls Basketball Alumni, stepped...

The P-CEP Varsity Dance Team embraces together with their trophy. Top row, left to right: Cadence Toby, Salem sophomore; Grace Bec, Plymouth freshman; Albrie Whitlow, Canton junior; Sienna Ruel, Plymouth junior; and Taylor Wade, Canton sophomore. Bottom row, left to right: Avery Nimmerguth, Salem sophomore; Emilia Testa, Canton senior; Presley Albrecht, Salem senior; Chloe Carn, Salem senior; and Kendall Best, Salem senior. February 11, 2024.

P-CEP Varsity Dance Team bring home the first-ever national championship for P-CEP in Small Varsity Jazz

Sara Dallalah, Social media editor April 8, 2024

The P-CEP Varsity Dance Team secured the first-ever national championship in the category of small varsity jazz with a team competing with 11 or fewer members, while the P-CEP Junior Varsity team took...

Students donate money to the change bucket at the Rock Shop.  February 2024.

Salem Advanced Marketing students rally community support for Nathan’s Ninjas in Muscular Dystrophy fundraiser

Cristina Scappaticci and Sara Dallalah March 13, 2024

In a heartwarming display of community spirit, students from Salem Advanced Marketing have successfully organized a fundraising campaign for Nathan's Ninjas, a local organization dedicated to supporting...

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...

2024 inductees of the Salem Wall of Champions come togeter during halftime of the Salem v.s. Canton Boys Varsity Basketball game. Feb. 9, 2024.

2024 inductees celebrate annual Wall of Champions Ceremony

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager February 21, 2024

Ten Salem alumni, consisting of former athletes, coaches and administrators, made their mark in the Salem history books this past weekend through their induction into the Salem Wall of Champions. Inductees,...

Sales and Service P-CEP DECA team

Plymouth, Salem, and Canton DECA are headed to DECA states

Cristina Scappaticci, Guest Writer February 8, 2024

This is paid content from Cristina Scappaticci and The Rock Shop On January 12, the DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) chapters of Canton, Plymouth, and Salem enthusiastically participated...

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...

From the Perspective staff: Top 10 ways to de-stress before finals

From the Perspective staff: Top 10 ways to de-stress before finals

Grace Ridpath and Ella Fournier January 19, 2024

As finals season quickly approaches, so does the inevitable stress and late nights of studying. The following list, compiled by members of the Perspective staff, offers a myriad of ways to reduce stress...

Patrick Conely uses a fire hose to put out a residential structure fire in Plymouth Township. 2022

Career Exploration: Plymouth Township Fire Chief Patrick Conely fights fire beyond the flames

Grace Ridpath, Editor-In-Chief January 18, 2024

The TV blared from the living room and the sound of fire truck sirens filled the house. In front of the TV sat a young boy, enchanted by the images of firefighters, paramedics, and huge fire trucks flashing...

Senior Miranda Sanford crowns senior Madison as her name is called during player introductions on Dec. 22, 2023.

Senior Madison Morson makes Salem history with 1,000 point milestone.

Lucas Gentilia, Sports Editor and Business Manager December 22, 2023

During the second quarter of the Salem Girls Varsity Basketball match-up against Woodhaven on Dec. 5, 2023, Salem senior and Central Michigan commit Madison Morson scored the 1,000th point of her...

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