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The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

Vernon Crump, Canton assistant principal; Nylah Brown, Plymouth junior; Nadia Kreft, Salem junior; and Jaden Green, Salem junior; rehearse their lines before recording their promotional video for the African American History & Culture class. December 20, 2022.

Providing representation in an academic setting: P-CEP’s African American History & Culture course encourages students to explore diverse backgrounds

Sloan Shackelford, Social Media Co-Manager February 6, 2023

The sound of a movie leaked through the stereo system of Canton room 251 and into the hallway. Inside, students watched the 2017 film “Hidden Figures,” a story that details the contributions of three...

Cypher the dog waits in anticipation as students arrive during Therapy Dog Day. January 24, 2023.

Therapy dogs visit P-CEP before semester finals

Samantha Knight, Fine Arts Correspondent January 30, 2023

Walking into a classroom the day before final exams can fuel stress and anxiety for any high school student. However, walking into a room full of all different breeds of support dogs replace these feelings...

The current Canton High School logo is displayed within the Canton High School Cafeteria. January 20, 2022.

Canton High School’s Mascot/Logo Advisory Committee now open for applications

Sejal Naik, Copy Editor January 20, 2023

Due to concerns of cultural insensitivity surrounding the former mascot for Canton High School, a Native American chief, as well as petitions in opposition from students, the P-CCS Board of Education has...

 Plymouth-Canton Community Schools bus drops off students on Haggerty Road with its stop-arms and flashing lights activated. December 21, 2022.

Passing a school bus with activated signals: Drivers in personal vehicles take risks with students’ lives using unsafe practices near buses

Teddy Morin, Co-Managing Editor January 19, 2023

School bus transportation has become increasingly dangerous for bus drivers and for student passengers in the state of Michigan. Drivers passing school buses with activated signals has become more...

Maggie Hermann, Plymouth High School alumnus of 2022 gets as close as she can to the handicap door push button, which is blocked by a bench at the front entrace of Plymouth High School. October 20, 2022.

‘There’s no way she can even get close to it’: Students at P-CEP struggle to navigate inaccessible spaces

Logan Wilkowski, Human Rights Advocacy Correspondent January 13, 2023

Eden Ericson, Starkweather Academy senior and former Plymouth High School student, makes her way to Canton High School’s library to attend Anime Club after school. At Canton, a short flight of stairs...

Julia Rodriguezs jazz class strikes a move at the beginning of their dance routine in Canton, Michigan. December 2022.

P-CCS Dance program remains overlooked after Covid-19

Emily Rodriguez, Guest Writer January 11, 2023

The hard marble floor of the Salem dance studio was nothing but ten click-clack heels, five girls and five smiles across a wide variety of ages. In 2019, the numbers of dancers were higher than in 2022,...

P-CEP Orchestras perform for their winter concert.

P-CEP Orchestras present ‘A Holiday Charity Concert’

Jash Sarveshkumar, Community Correspondent December 19, 2022

After performing for the Rotary Club of Plymouth, members of P-CEP Orchestras are once again donning their black shirts in preparation for their upcoming “A Holiday Charity Concert” on December 21. The...

The cast members prepare to read the audio recording script of “A Christmas Carol” on the stage inside of the Gloria Logan Auditorium at Salem High School. November 29, 2022.

The Park Players present ‘A Christmas Carol’

Sloan Shackelford and Jash Sarveshkumar December 15, 2022

The P-CEP Park Players are once again putting out a holiday must-see, or, in this case, a  must-hear, performance. “A Christmas Carol,” a Park Players radio rendition of the classic play opening on...

Two figures link hands in front of a gay pride flag with interlocked wedding rings touching both. December 14, 2022.

‘Love is love:’ P-CEP students react to The Respect for Marriage Act

With President Biden’s signature on Tuesday night, federal legislation codifying existing protections for same-sex and interracial marriage became law. P-CEP students from all over campus celebrated...

Phoebe Bridgers performs at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre in Detroit, Mich. on September 14, 2021. Bridgers is one of Swift’s opening acts during Swift’s “Taylor Swift The Eras Tour.”

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” ticket fiasco leaves millions of fans upset

Sanjana Madapa, Feature Correspondent December 11, 2022

Millions of Taylor Swift fans, or “Swifties,” were disappointed with Ticketmaster’s handling of the sale of the “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” tickets, prompting swift backlash and even legal...

Hannah Thomas, Canton sophomore (right), answers the question posed by Melinda Carlisle, Canton junior (left) about why she believes her voice is vital. November 30, 2022.

P-CEP speaks out at the Vital Student Voices Night

RJ Doroshewitz, Editor-in-chief November 30, 2022

The school system. Human rights. Performative activism. The Black experience. Single-use plastic. Phones. These are just some of the many topics discussed by the various speakers during the Vital Student...

Velma (Niveen Desrosiers, center) and the rest of the Cell Block girls ( Lily Rork, Cecilia Bermudez, Mia Quesada, Marissa Ohlsson, Yani Brooks )  rehearse “Cell Block Tango.”

The P-CEP Park Players: Back to perform with all that jazz

Sloan Shackelford, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

The directors and members of the P-CEP Park Players have been practicing for their upcoming performance of the Broadway musical “Chicago,” opening on November 11, 2022.  Announcing the upcoming...

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