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

Tour of the Heart of the City Health Center with Governor Gretchen Whitmer - Grand Rapids, MI - March 9, 2020 by Biden For President. Below is Chief James Craig, depicted in his official police portrait.

The fight for the governor’s mansion begins

RJ Doroshewitz, Guest Writer January 15, 2022

Michigan voters are preparing to select their next governor on November 8, 2022, and campaign season is entering full swing.  The race currently stands at a virtual tie between incumbent Democrat Gretchen...

The Salem Rock painted by the Salem Cross Country team to celebrate a successful season in November 2021.

Salem Rock acts as canvas for the P-CEP community

Gavin French, Social Media Editor January 14, 2022

One of the first noticeable things when entering the Salem High School visitor parking lot is the 6 foot 12 inch, thousand pound Salem Rock. However, the Rock does not look like any ordinary gray boulder....

A group of characters from “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940” gather around a set of blueprints of the estate during the second act of the play.

Face masks to theatre masks: Park Players Theatre Company overcomes obstacles of keeping theatre alive during pandemic

Emilio Rodriguez, Guest Writer January 14, 2022

According to members of Plymouth-Canton Education Park’s Park Players Theatre Company, the organization seems to be putting the “drama” in drama club.  “Tensions are high, a huge mystery was...

A school bus lot fence advertises hiring and training opportunities at Durham School Services in Plymouth, Michigan, amidst a lack of school bus drivers Dec. 4.

Plymouth-Canton school bus driver shortage rattles transportation services

Andrew Frohling, Guest Writer January 14, 2022

A chain-link fence encloses a swath of school buses, and the Durham School Services building is only a few steps away. A large banner attached to this fence beckons interested individuals to become school...

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...

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...

The Class of 2021 appears to be pandemic’s latest fallout

Noelle Brown, Guest writer May 25, 2021

7:10 a.m. Monday morning. The sun barely peeks through the window. The house is silent, the only one awake is 17-year-old Joana Gllafce. This Plymouth senior is about to start her day of online school....

Spring has sprung in Plymouth, Michigan

Caroline Pietron, staff writer May 25, 2021

Ah, in Springtime in Michigan. Flowers are blooming and people are beginning their outdoor projects such as finishing a new deck or creating a firepit. The temperatures are warm and people are starting...

Families give thanks this year despite adversities

Caroline Pietron, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

As people gather around for Thanksgiving, many show gratitude for family. In many homes, hosts place as many extended family members that can fit at tables as guests wait for dinner to be served, and soon...