Famous Coach Provides Words of Wisdom

The first thing he did when he met Canton High School football coach Tim Baechler, was to grab a notepad and start drawing up a favorite pass play. That is the type of enthusiasm the former football coach at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. displayed when he spoke with all three P-CEP football team members and coaches on Friday, April 26, 2013.


Discovery Middle School Student State Geography Bee Finalist

A perfect score in the preliminary round and a tie-breaking win helped advance Discovery Middle School student, Alex Zygmunt, to the finals of the Michigan National Geographic Geography Bee. Alex was one of ten students to compete in the final round of the competition held on April 5, 2013 at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. Similar competitions were held in each state around the country the day. Alex, an eighth-grader, picked up his knowledge of geography through his love of history and by playing strategic games.

District Art Show April 27 & 28 at Plymouth High School

What: Plymouth-Canton Community School’s 5th Annual, K-12 Art Show
Where: Plymouth High School Cafeteria, 4800 Beck Road, Canton, 48187
When: Saturday, April 27 (4 - 8 pm) and Sunday, April 28 (1-4 pm)
Suggested Donation of $5 per family accepted at the door

Gallimore Elementary is celebrating literacy with their annual Reading Fair. All are invited to attend the student event from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, April 19. Students will display their creative boards that share their interpretation of a self-selected fiction or non-fiction book. The students are delighted to engage parents, friends, and community members visiting their displays to eagerly discuss the details of their projects.

In January, Pioneer submitted a grant proposal to Fuel Up to Play 60, an organization sponsored by the NFL and Got Milk. Two main goals of the Fuel UP to Play 60 grant program are that students have the opportunity to engage in at least 15 minutes of in-school exercise a day, and that they make improvements in their nutritional choices. The maximum grant is $4,000. Pioneer was awarded $3,500.



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