Early dismissal and snow day save students from stress

Rachel Elliott, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017


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Students were overjoyed to hear that school would be dismissed at noon on Dec. 13 due to harsh weather that was forecasted to arrive around 3 p.m. The next day, on Dec. 14, P-CCS also called off school for a snow day. Snow days and early dismissals are pretty rare occurrences at Plymouth-Canton Educational...

Plymouth Athletes Commit to College Athletics

Jalen Williams, Staff Writer

November 21, 2017


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Plymouth seniors Logan Dziadzio, Evan Good, Anthony Crump, Erin Johnson, Ethan Byrne It’s that time of year when seniors are eagerly waiting for their acceptance letters from colleges, however, on Nov 17. six Plymouth athletes had already decided on what school they were going to attend. The Wildcats had a variety of students ...

P-CEP Students “Euchre-up” and Help Fight Cancer

Max Korff, Photo Editor

November 21, 2017


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Photo by Max Korff Over 150 students in the Canton cafeteria participated in the first ever BLAST Euchre Tournament on Nov. 17. It was an Independent Service Project run and organized by Canton senior Alexis Boron, Canton senior Caitlyn Marsac and Canton senior Erica Palise. BLAST is a local non-p...

PCMB Finishes Season at Nationals

PCMB Finishes Season at Nationals

Kelly Quinlan, Staff Writer

November 21, 2017


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  The Plymouth-Canton Marching Band attends Bands of America’s Grand National Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. almost every year and consistently makes it to semi-finals, the second round of nationals. This year, Plymouth-Canton was one of only two Michigan marching bands to make it t...

Missing Teens From P-CEP Found

Lindsay Torey, News Editor

November 21, 2017


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Manasi Sharma                                                                                                                                                                                      ...

Plymouth-Canton Marching Band Continues to Reign Over Competition

Max Korff, Photo Editor

October 31, 2017


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On Oct. 21, the Plymouth-Canton Marching Band (PCMB) embarked on its yearly trip to the Clarkston Invitational Competition where they competed against other bands.   Plymouth senior Katelyn Wilmarth said, “We won the Clarkston Invitational with a score of 91.8 out of 100, competing against other marching b...

Students at the Park disagree regarding the morning Pledge

Emma Boismier, Shawn Courtney, Chris Hogarty, Fiona Hughes, Giovanni Marterella, Riley Poynter, Guest Writers

October 18, 2017


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Based on a poll conducted by students at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, the majority of people at P-CEP believe that it should not be a requirement to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. Of the 158 P-CEP staff and students who were asked this question, 32.9 percent said that standing should...

Crack The Code

Jordyn Kuchka, Business Manager

May 31, 2017


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“Break the dress for day,” or rather “Break the dress code day?” on May 25 was intended to be the second annual “Crack the Code” day at P-CEP; however, this year due to a number of reasons, participation was almost nonexistent. Last year around this same time Demetrius Fields, at the time...

Lightning Robotics Win Worlds

Claudid Saveski, Sports Editor

May 24, 2017


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On May 6 at the Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, Mo. Plymouth-Canton’s very own Lightning Robotics team brought home the title of “World Champions.” The road to World Champions was not an easy one; it took months of preparation and effort to make an unbelievable comeback from the last...

Yearbook Corrections

Yearbook Editors

May 23, 2017


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On page 262 of the 2016-17 yearbook, Trinity, "Shot on Goal: Penguins go to Playoffs" was credited to Kayla Dudek. The story was actually written by Bryanna Lanzilotti. On page 184-185, a story about the Wildcats swim and dive team, "Wildcats Achieve Second in Division," identified Brady McWilliams...

10th Annual Autism Awareness Walk

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

May 15, 2017


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In honor of April being Autism Awareness Month, Renee Schmoekel, supervisor of District Center Based Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) programs, always puts together a walk-a-thon held on P-CEP’s campus on the last Saturday of April. This year was their 10th anniversary, and the event was held April 29 f...

Correction: Humans of P-CEP tweet stirs controversy

May 2, 2017


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Correction: In the article “Humans of P-CEP tweet stirs controversy” Twitter user @katiexuu was quoted tweeting, “U can preach about doing whatever you want with your body & marching for louder voices when you are trying to shut down someone else’s opinion.” @katiexuu actually tweeted “cant”...

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