The Perspective

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”...

Temperatures drop like the Power Lines

Grace Grelak, Photo Editor

March 30, 2017


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Wednesday, March 8 set the record for the second highest wind storm ever recorded for the Plymouth-Canton area. Wind speeds reached 65 mph that afternoon according to local media reports. Alex Kroll, Salem senior, found out during his fifth hour class that a tree had fallen directly on his house....

Robotics Team Heads into Competition Season

Robotics Team Heads into Competition Season

Megan Pham, Head Copy Editor

March 23, 2017


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P-CEP’s Lightning Robotics team kicked off their 2017 competition season with a robot unveil in the Canton DuBois Little Theater on Feb. 22. After the initial kickoff in the beginning of January, the robotics team, consisting of over 130 students and 30 adult mentors, has been working on their robot...

AASA Members Say They Face Challlenges

Morgan Stephens and Naabia Romain

March 23, 2017


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The African American Student Association (better known as the AASA) is a well renowned club at the Park. It is one amongst several clubs at P­CEP that is about a specific race or culture. Every Thursday, nearly 20 students gather in the Salem High School library where they discuss and break down...

God bless the First Amendment Print Issue: Continued 2

Emily Protor and Maddie Miazek

March 17, 2017


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Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Administrative Guidelines ____________________________________________________________________________ 8220 – School Day Opening Exercises Each school day and special program may begin with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Only those student...

God Bless the First Amendment Print Issue: Continued

Emily Proctor and Maddie Miazek

March 17, 2017


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The Perspective reached out to social studies teachers at the Park for comment on the  story in the March edition titled, “God bless the First Amendment." Here are some of their direct responses via email. Darin Silvester: Should? In my personal opinion I have no concerns. Constitutional? - No Cases th...

Canton Assistant Hockey Coach Arraigned on Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges

Canton Assistant Hockey Coach Arraigned on Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges

Hannah Saad, Editor-in-Chief

March 3, 2017


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Eric Locke, a Canton varsity hockey assistant coach, has been arraigned on three counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct involving an under-aged female student who, according to Hometown Life, is a student at P-CEP. Locke has been removed from his coaching position. According to the Detroit...

Whose Schedule is it Anyway?

Hannah Saad, Editor in Chief

February 24, 2017


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It’s that time of year again: it’s time to select classes for the next school year. Each student has their preferred method of approach, whether that be meticulously planning class schedules for all four years with no room for error or choosing the classes with the easiest course descriptions; however,...

P-CCS Students Attend School Despite Icy Conditions

Hannah Saad, Editor-in-Chief

January 19, 2017


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  As it got closer to 7:10 a.m. on Jan. 17, the chances of getting the day off school due to road conditions got slimmer and slimmer. Students hoping to see P-CCS pop up on the list of school districts were disappointed when surrounding districts such as Northville Public Schools, Livonia Public...

Mike Smith: Change Happens When No One Else Is looking

Khadega Mohammed, Reporter

January 19, 2017


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On Friday Jan. 13, Mike Smith, founder of Skate for Change, or a  “professional teenager” as he calls himself, came to speak at P-CEP. Skate for Change,  is a non profit youth movement aimed to empower skateboarders to give back to the community by giving out socks to the homeless. Smith is...

Love Trumps Hate

Love Trumps Hate

Morgan Stephens, Reporter

January 13, 2017


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Concluding the long and depleting presidential race of 2016, Donald Trump was officially elected to be the Commander In Chief. While some were thrilled with the final results, others were not. Riots, marches and even some fights took place in protest of president-elect Trump. People have expressed their...

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