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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

Goalkeeper Tommy Veresh, Salem junior, celebrates with friends after the 1-0 victory at Ann Arbor Skyline HIgh School. October 27, 2022

One shot sends Rocks to States

Lucas Gentilia, Guest Writer November 2, 2022

 Salem Boys Varsity Soccer is going to states after a nail-biting Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) Division 1 regional final win against the Saline Hornets by a clutch goal from Foster...

Signs outside Salem High School point families in the direction of the Specialized Student Services Open House. October 13, 2022.

Special education department holds first annual Specialized Student Services Open House

Logan Wilkowski, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Families gathered on the night of October 13 at the first annual Specialized Student Services Open House in the Salem High School cafeteria, going booth to booth where they could choose to visit the over...

Arts Academy students paint their pumpkins during the Fall Fun Fest. October 13, 2022.

Arts Academy holds annual Fall Fun Fest

Logan Wilkowski and Samantha Knight October 21, 2022

The Arts Academy hosted the annual Fall Fun Fest during fifth and sixth period on October 13 outside the Salem High School cafeteria for its academy students. The event featured music, face painting and...

Signs promoting a slew of Republican and conservative-leaning candidates sit atop a hill near Danbridge Street in Plymouth Michigan. October 10, 2022.

As November 8 nears, six elections dominate the Michigan ballot

RJ Doroshewitz, Editor-in-chief October 11, 2022

With 28 days until election day on November 8, 2022, the 2022 Michigan gubernatorial election continues picking up steam as Republican political commentator Tudor Dixon attempts to close the lead held...

From left, pre-school assistant teacher Sheryl Picard, district volunteer Judy Westra, P-CCS Board of Education Secretary Anupam Sidhu, teacher Amanda Krinke, Schoolcraft college student Sebastien Ostertag, P-CCS Board of Education Vice President LaRonda Chastang, P-CCS Board of Education Trustee Patti McCoin and engineer Nathan Morris attend the 2022 P-CCS School Board Candidate Fourm.

P-CCS School Board candidates present views at forum

Nidhi Kundargi, Business Manager September 21, 2022

The Perspective sponsored a forum for the The P-CCS School Board Candidate Forum on September 12. All eight candidates came and provided their stances on various issues facing the district. The candidates...

P-CEP Students gather outside of Canton High School Phase 3 after being evacuated from Salem High School. September 19, 2022.

School at P-CEP canceled after sprinkler systems were triggered within Salem High School

RJ Doroshewitz and Ashika Gangur September 19, 2022

School for September 19 at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP) was canceled early due to flooding at Salem High School after sprinkler systems were activated when smoke was spotted coming out...

The E.J. McClendon Educational Center, the office for the P-CCS Board of Education, sits on South Harvey Street in Plymouth, Michigan. September 8, 2022.

Eight candidates, four seats: Meet the people running in the 2022 P-CCS school board election

RJ Doroshewitz, Editor-in-chief September 8, 2022

Eight candidates are running in the November 8, 2022 Plymouth-Canton Community Schools (P-CCS) School Board election. P-CCS Board of Education Vice President LaRonda Chastang, teacher Amanda Krinke,...

The Four Seasons Pavilion, which is the location for the 2022 School Board Candidate Forum sponsored by The Perspective, sits empty.

Announcement: come attend the 2022 School Board Candidate Forum sponsored by The Perspective

RJ Doroshewitz, Editor-in-chief August 28, 2022

The P-CEP Perspective is sponsoring the 2022 P-CCS School Board Candidate Forum, where candidates running for office will have an opportunity to discuss the most pressing issues facing the school district.  The...

Michigan’s 13 congressional districts are displayed on a map, with the highlighted primary races colored yellow. August 1, 2022.

The 2022 Michigan primary elections: four races to watch

RJ Doroshewitz, Editor-in-chief August 1, 2022

Polls for the 2022 Michigan primary elections open at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 2, and control of a great many seats and governmental positions hang in the balance. On the Republican side, the ongoing...

Students begin to gather with representatives and organizations to watch the beginning presentation inside of Canton High School. Allen DuBois Little Theatre. Jun, 8, 2022.

Students face race in the ‘Real Talk’ symposium

RJ Doroshewitz and Madison Rudolph June 8, 2022

“I want to learn and grow,” answered one student attending the “Facing Race: The Real Talk” symposium after answering the opening question of the daylong discussion. The symposium, hosted by...

NHS Board members celebrate as they receive their cords and stoles to wear at graduation.

As P-CEP high school seniors approach graduation, the standards for cord distribution remain ambiguous at the Park

Grace Morelli, Guest Writer June 2, 2022

Receiving graduation cords is an event that many high school students look forward to as they approach the end of the school year and graduation commencement. Wearing a cord at graduation symbolizes time...

Krishna Patel, Plymouth Senior, on his phone while class is going on. May 12, 2022.

P-CEP seniors contract senioritis

Shahab Alriyashi, Editor May 13, 2022

With the second semester approaching an end, it is safe to say many high school students want to finish the year strong. However, this may not be the case with all students. Seniors have endured many...