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

Chemistry Olympiad Students Make P-CEP History

Asha Shah, Staff Writer April 26, 2018

All students at the Park are passionate about something. For some, it is playing soccer; others feel their best when singing on a stage. For Claudia Chen, Salem senior, and Vishal Nayak, Canton junior,...

Business Club Wins Six Awards, Has Four Members Nominated for National Conference

Isabella Quiroz, Staff Writer April 24, 2018

The Business Professionals of America club recently attended state finals on March 15-18 in Grand Rapids, Mich. The club was awarded six awards and had four members nominated to attend the National Leadership...

Over 4,000 People Attend March For Our Lives Protest in Ann Arbor

Ximena Reyna, Staff Writer April 24, 2018

“Something is changing because we’ve got a secret weapon: all of you people; all of the youth. Your whole lives, people have been telling you that you’re the future. Well, guess what? You are the...

P-CEP Students Participate in National Walkout

P-CEP Students Participate in National Walkout

March 16, 2018

At 10 a.m. on March 14, P-CEP students left their classes to join in the national walkout.

SJ5K preview

Asha Shah, Staff Writer March 13, 2018

The Super Jesse 5K (SJ5K) is an annual event started and run by students at the Park. Beginning in 2011, it was inspired by Jesse Lindlbauer, a then Canton sophomore who suffered a near-fatal brain...

P-CEP congresses hold Coffee House fundraiser for charity week

Lindsay Torey, News Editor March 13, 2018

Photos by Max Korff A new tradition P-CEP student congresses started this year was charity week that took place during the entire week of Feb. 19. Different events and fundraisers were held while...

Stress Less Week Helps Students Before Finals

Breanna Losey, Staff Writer January 31, 2018

When finals come around, the endless cramming sessions for possibly every class can get overwhelming. “A lot of times the stress that I feel get heightened because it feels as though the teachers...

Early dismissal and snow day save students from stress

Rachel Elliott, Staff Writer December 21, 2017

Students were overjoyed to hear that school would be dismissed at noon on Dec. 13 due to harsh weather that was forecasted to arrive around 3 p.m. The next day, on Dec. 14, P-CCS also called off school...

Plymouth Athletes Commit to College Athletics

Jalen Williams, Staff Writer November 21, 2017

Plymouth seniors Logan Dziadzio, Evan Good, Anthony Crump, Erin Johnson, Ethan Byrne It’s that time of year when seniors are eagerly waiting for their acceptance letters from colleges, however,...

P-CEP Students “Euchre-up” and Help Fight Cancer

Max Korff , Photo Editor November 21, 2017

Photo by Max Korff Over 150 students in the Canton cafeteria participated in the first ever BLAST Euchre Tournament on Nov. 17. It was an Independent Service Project run and organized by Canton senior...

PCMB Finishes Season at Nationals

PCMB Finishes Season at Nationals

Kelly Quinlan , Staff Writer November 21, 2017

  The Plymouth-Canton Marching Band attends Bands of America’s Grand National Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. almost every year and consistently makes it to semi-finals, the second round...

Missing Teens From P-CEP Found

Lindsay Torey, News Editor November 21, 2017

Manasi Sharma                                                                                        ...