The courses offered this winter and spring through Plymouth-Canton Community Education can be found in THIS  course selection booklet.  Each home in the Plymouth-Canton area will recieve one via U.S. postal service next week.  Register online by visiting the Community Education website: http://communityeducation.pccs.k12.mi.us/

NAIAS 2015 Poster Contest Winners

Congratulations to Plymouth-Canton Educational Park students Colin Burke and Kara Hug for winning prizes in the North American International Auto Show 2015 Poster Contest.  Colin won a $1,000 prize and Kara won a $250 prize. Read more.  Collin's poster pictured here.

 

Central Middle School Yearbook 2015

How many times have you looked back in your yearbook to refresh your memory about those people and events? How many times have you said to someone ‘I went to school there’ when referring to the building at 650 Church Street? Now is your chance to be a part of the last set of school memories from the building where we have educated the community’s children since 1853!

National Honor Society Gives Back

 

On Monday, December 15, 2014 Plymouth-Canton Educational Park's National Honor Society extended the spirit of the holidays by giving back to the community. The students created blankets to give to those in need. The collection will benefit local charity First Step (aiding women and children victim to domestic abuse) and globally, Embrace Relief (refugee relief operating in Turkey). In addition to making blankets, the NHS students will be bringing for donation, supplies for the local animal shelter.

During November and December students at Pioneer Middle School participated in the annual St. Jude Mathathon, which was co-chaired this year by Ms. Daien and Mrs. Burdette and supported in all math classes. Students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades completed online funbooks of math problems and asked for pledges from close family and friends. These donations will go to support cancer research and pay for necessary medical treatments for children with cancer or other life threatening illnesses. This year, Pioneer had an impressive turnout.