Students at Miller Elementary attendend a Unite Against Bullying Day assembly on October 22, 2014.  The whole school met to define bullying and talk about the roles that upstanders and bystanders can play in bullying situations.  The students also learned to identify their "Fence of Friends", in other words, people they can go to when they need support.


Background briefing -- During the Fall of the 2013-2014 school year, the Plymouth- Canton Community Schools Board of Education commissioned a system assessment to review our status as a school district and identify needs to become an even higher-performing school district. One of the ongoing needs of the school district has been to determine pupils assigned to schools.


Saying that “We expect the district’s financial operations will remain satisfactory in the near term despite narrow reserves,” Moody’s Investor Services has renewed the credit rating of Aa2 for Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.

“This is a tribute to our Board of Education’s efforts to seek balanced budgets, eliminate borrowing and doing what was needed to protect our cash reserves to maintain our bond rating in this tight financial time,” said Dr. Michael Meissen, superintendent, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.

Community Financial Credit Union "Summer of Sharing"

This summer, Community Financial Credit Union gave away $1000.00 a day for 60 days during their 4th. annual "Summer of Sharing" campaign. The Pioneer Middle School Life Management program was one of the lucky recipients of $1000.00 for the story that Mrs. Kimberly Jenkins submitted about how $1000.00 could help expand the Life Management Program at Pioneer with a focus on personal finance and money management. Congratulations to Pioneer Middle School students and Mrs. Jenkins !! To read the winning submission, click on the link below:

Please find attached information for students and parents who utilize Plymouth-Canton Community Schools' transportation services.