Olympic Gold Interview

Salem High School student, Archana Sondor, interviewed Olympic Gold Medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White during an appearance at P-CEP. They talked about their career as ice dancers, their upcoming appearance on Dancing with the Stars, plans for the future and more. Listen to the complete interview, which is part of the Community Focus series dated March 19, 2014, on 88.1 The Park, the student radio station.

Educational Insights Conversation Series

Stay informed and be in touch with your Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. The Superintendent has a monthly conversation series about topics relevant to students, parents and community members. The TV show airs on Comcast channel 19, WOW channel 18 and the radio show airs on 88.1 The Park (FM). Archives of the series are available on the District website and at 881thepark.com. If you have suggestions for future topics, please submit your idea to news@pccsmail.net

March is Reading Month From East to Smith

On a rare warm, sunny day in March, East Middle School National Junior Honor Society members walked to Smith Elementary to read with younger students. They did this to participate in March is Reading Month, being celebrated in schools throughout the district. East eighth-graders selected books that specifically connected to the Leader in Me program at Smith. The students all participated in team building activities linked to the theme of their books.

The District is proud of the eighth grade students from the Discovery Middle School Band who travelled to Walt Disney World in February.  The Symphony Band performed a diverse program for an international crowd and also participated in the famed “You’re Instrumental” workshop sponsored by Disney and their amazing staff.

Breakfast Brings Out Healthy Habits and Olympic Gold Medalists

Olympic Gold Medal winners Meryl Davis and Charlie White, who train in Canton, visited Salem High School on March 7, 2014 as part of National Breakfast Week. The event was sponsored by Kellogg’s Great Starts to promote the importance of breakfast and its connection to a healthy mind and body. The breakfast event was an opportunity to allow our Special Olympians and PCS Figure Skating Team to be included in the festivities along with about 50 other student athletes chosen by lottery.