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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

Dress Code: Fair or Not?

Isabelle Fessler, Opinion Writer November 1, 2018

The dress code is inconsistently enforced and unfair. The official dress code in the student handbook says all of the usual things: shorts and skirts should be fingertip length; no crop tops; no bare shoulders;...

Point/Counterpoint- Students need more breaks

Sanjana Sathrasala, Copy Editor July 29, 2018

With winter approaching, most students are looking forward to having a whole week off for Mid-Winter break. However, the 2016-2017 school year is not as forgiving when it comes to school breaks. This year,...

Easy Peazy Lemon Squeezy

Sreya Sista, Guest Writer June 6, 2018

Easy peazy lemon squeezy. These words have been engraved in our minds ever since our childhoods. Taking a step backward, however, the word ‘easy’ means “achieved without great effort; presenting...

Water Wars is a Waste of Time

Kassie Tanana and Kelly Quinlan May 22, 2018

For most, senior year is the time to apply for college, work, and start saving money. To take the stress off of this life changing year, most seniors decide to participate in Water Wars. This year, Water...

Undecided Major

Isabella Quiroz, Staff Writer May 22, 2018

Undecided majors are common among college applicants and even the students who think they have their majors set in stone will likely change them at least once throughout their college careers. So is it...

Excusing Walkout Absences Would Undermine its Impact

Sam Badger, Guest Writer May 8, 2018

The April 20 walkout in protest of gun violence was met with calls from both parents and students for the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools to make the absences from class “excused.” Many parents called...

Save the Bees

Lindsay Torey, News Editor April 26, 2018

It’s a warm summer day in July. You are having a BBQ with all of your friends. As you go to take a sip of Coke out of the can, you see a pesky bee flying around. You decide it’s annoying and you don’t...

Teachers Need to be Less Subjective with Grading

Ximena Reyna, Staff Writer April 26, 2018

Throughout my high school career, I have encountered many types of teachers. The least pleasant, and perhaps least productive, are the ones who shame their students for not doing exactly as they wanted,...

Why Regular Chicken Nuggets Should Go Extinct

Max Mulvaney, Business Manager April 24, 2018

As kids all around the world anxiously await snack time, one snack outweighs the rest: dinosaur chicken nuggets. These fun shaped snacks come in many different types of dinosaurs such as the tyrannosaurus...

Point-Counterpoint: is Valentines Day stupid?

Breanna Losey and Sebastien Ostertag, Staff Writer and Opinion Editor February 14, 2018

YES by Breanna Losey Being single already sucks (unless it’s a choice, in which case, go you!), so we don’t need a day where it’s shoved down our throats how great being in a relationship is....

Make Life Skills Classes a Requirement

Amalia Kalergis, Head Copy Editor October 19, 2017

Every year when it came time to pick out my schedule for the next year, I always came across Living on Your Own. Why it isn’t a requirement is beyond me. Instead of Living on Your Own being an elective,...

Letter to the Editor: P-CEP Rant

Nicholas Wooten, Guest Writer October 18, 2017

At the Park, it is a hassle to walk from school to school every hour. The ridiculous amount of people on the path doesn't make it any better. It is overcrowded and people get pushed off the path. That’s...

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