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

Owner Scott LaRiche takes the temperature of employee Bert Saucido.

Chevrolet service center coping with COVID-19

Cameron Stewart, Contributor May 21, 2020

Lou LaRiche is in the process of reopening after Governor Gretchen Whitmer temporarily shut down all non-essential businesses March 23. The service center is planning to make some physical and operational...

88.1 the Park Holds Annual Auction

Kealani Tapp, Business Manager May 23, 2019

88.1 the Park hosted its annual Radio Auction Saturday, May 18. Local businesses, including restaurants, salons, cleaning services and many others donated items for bidding with Community Financial as...

Humans Aren’t the Only Thing that Shrink with Old Age

Lauren Martin, Staff Writer May 23, 2019

Over the last hundreds of thousands of years, the moon has began to cool and shrink. The moon’s interior is shrinking due to the cooling that’s causing thrust faults, or “wrinkles” to form on the...

Boeing’s Final Nosedive

Jasmine Pearson, Staff Writer March 27, 2019

On Mar. 10th, the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 malfunctioned only moments after take-off from Addis Ababa resulting in the simultaneous deaths of all 157 passengers. Nevertheless the current tragedy,...


Cameron Lindsay and Jordyn Audi March 20, 2019

Snowcoming, also known as  “the fourth homecoming,” took place on Feb. 8 in Canton High School’s cafeteria. Students from all four academic years could attend. Snowcoming is considered the “last...

Second-Annual Plymouth Congress Benefit Concert

Cora Wallen, Editor-in-Chief March 1, 2019

On Feb. 13, 2019, many talented singers and musicians from the Park came together and performed in the Plymouth High Congress Second Annual Coffeehouse Concert. This was a charity event held from 6:00...

Losing Our Forty-First President

Laurence Yang, Copy Editor February 27, 2019

With the recent passing of George H.W. Bush on November 30, 2018, the United States lost its forty-first president. Not only was Bush an excellent countryman, but his professional career and achievements...

Mrs. Kalish smiling with her fellow Spanish teachers.

Beloved Salem Spanish Teacher Passes Away After Battle With Cancer

Cora Wallen, Editor-in-Chief February 14, 2019

Joan Kalish, beloved Spanish teacher and Salem staff member, passed away on Feb. 9, 2019 in her battle with cancer. Late December 2018, Mrs. Kalish was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and had to take a leave...

Harsh Weather Delays School Schedule

Lilli Keehn and Amanda Mancuso February 14, 2019

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools closed on Wednesday, Jan. 23. Due to inclimate weather, P-CCS deemed it unsafe for students to attend school. For students at the Park, Jan. 23 marked the first day...

PARC Failed Proposal and Effects on Students

Lilli Keehn, Copy Editor December 11, 2018

The Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex, better known as the PARC, is one of Plymouth’s newer additions to the city. According to the PARC’s website, their mission is to “enrich lives through quality...

Classic Cars Roll into Canton for a Second Year

Cora Wallen, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2018

For the second year in a row, The Antique Cars of America and The Horseless Carriages of America made a pit stop at Canton High School on their tour from Lansing to Greenfield Village. On Sept. 7 students,...

Dunkin Donuts Name Change

Amanda Mancuso, Staff Writer November 1, 2018

Dunkin Donuts changed its name, and people have mixed feelings about it.   Dunkin’ Donuts has announced that they have changed their company name to only Dunkin’.   On September...