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The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Boston Red Sox defense high five each other after recording the final out of the game to add another win to their 2023 record. April 6, 2023.

Tigers take a losing sweep at their home opening series against the Red Sox

Teddy Morin, Content Manager April 10, 2023

The Detroit Tigers concluded their home opener with 44,650 people in attendance at Comerica Park, according to theScore, with a 6-3 loss against the Boston Red Sox on Apr. 6, followed by two losses of...

Comerica Park during TigerFest 2018. January 27, 2018.

Detroit Tigers win first season game in extra innings following 0-3 start

Teddy Morin, Content Manager April 5, 2023

The Detroit Tigers started off the 2023 regular season with three consecutive losses against the Tampa Bay Rays, following up with a 7-6 win against the Houston Astros on April 3. The Tigers scored...

Posters made by HSE Art students to spread and promote kindness hung in front of the Salem Counseling office during the month of March. March 1, 2023.

P-CEP is going all in(clusive) for ‘Spread the Word’ month

Logan Wilkowski, Human Rights Advocacy Correspondent March 22, 2023

The Human Services Exploration (HSE) classes are helping P-CEP to “pledge to include” this March for “Spread the Word,” a campaign focused on “creating a new reality: inclusion for all people...

“The Papier mâché Person.” Alejandra Zarate-Garcia, Plymouth junior, exhibited “The Papier mâché Person” on the second floor of Salem High School. The statement in this piece shows the views of success determined by the amount of hard work put into learning a skill. This art piece took a week to be created, incorporating donations of used paper. March 13, 2023.

Honors Modern Literature classes install art in Salem

Raica George and Sara Dallalah March 20, 2023

The Honors Modern Literature classes presented their yearly art exhibition throughout the Salem High School hallways, inviting all P-CEP students to look at their work.  The art projects demonstrated...

Student drivers at Salem High School parked at the Salem High School student lot. June 3,2022.

P-CEP students express thoughts on school traffic issues

Samantha Knight, Fine Arts Correspondent March 14, 2023

Every weekday, a teenage student sits through a long, hard day of classes just to find themselves stuck in the parking lot for another 20 minutes. Their guard is always up because there are cars coming...

A blanket of snow covers grass and trees surrounding both sides of a recently-shoveled sidewalk in a Canton neighborhood. January 26, 2023.

P-CCS closes schools, programs ‘due to anticipated impactful weather’

Teddy Morin, Content Manager February 22, 2023

On the evening of Feb. 21, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools (P-CCS) announced the closing of schools and programs for the following Wednesday. “Due to the anticipated impactful winter weather that...

All student performers join together on the stage to thank the audience at the conclusion of Black Through the Centuries. February 15, 2023.

BSU students perform ‘Black Through the Centuries’ during Black History Month

Sara Dallalah, Social Media Co-Manager February 20, 2023

The Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP) Black Student Union (BSU) have once again completed their yearly showcase, bringing P-CEP students “Black through the Centuries.’” Several acts representing...

Both the 2022-2023 Course Catalog and the 2023-2024 Course Catalog sit next to one another on a table. February 16, 2023.

I went through the new Course Catalog so you don’t have to

RJ Doroshewitz, Editor-in-chief February 16, 2023

  As students prepare to sign up for classes, a number of changes to course offerings, some small and some large, have been instituted in the new 2023-2024 Course Catalog.  Across campus, 14...

The Perspective takes on rebranding

The Perspective takes on rebranding

Teddy Morin, Content Manager February 14, 2023

After decades of shifting and temporary designs, The Perspective decided to institute changes in the logo and branding.  The primary banner, last updated in April 2018, is changing to reflect a...

A dragon breathes fire in Lucky Flow Acupunture’s ice sculpture at the ice festival in downtown Plymouth, Michigan. February 1, 2023.

Freeze in time with the Plymouth Ice Festival

Raica George, Staff Photographer February 13, 2023

P-CEP students dance to “Gasolina” by Daddy Yankee in the spotlights in Canton’s cafeteria while others form a circle around them and watch. February 4, 2023.

P-CEP students dance, enjoy selves at SnowCo

Jash Sarveshkumar, Community Correspondent February 8, 2023

SnowCo, the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park’s (P-CEP) winter formal, takes a spin on the traditional Homecoming, but with a snow theme. Hosted by all three high school’s student congress organizations...

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